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Re: 'n Hand en tand bekgeveg teen die asemdief PH (Pulmonale Hipertensie)
« Reply #570 on: May 24, 2020, 11:23:02 PM »
Die griep inenting kan nie veg teen COVID19 nie want dit was spesifiek ontwikkel as beskerming teen influeza virusse. Die simptome van griep en COVID19 oorvleuel grootliks, en kan dus maklik verwar word. Met gevolg, kan dokters jou dalk verkeerdelik behandel vir griep terwyl jy eintlik COVID19 het. In so ‘n situasie, kan jy dalk te laat getoets, gekwarentyn en behandel word vir COVID19. Dit is uiters lewensgevaarlik en ons probeer dit vermy ten alle koste.

Die griep inenting bevat ‘n verswakte, gedeaktiveerde influenza virus. Dit help jou liggaam om immuniteit opbou d.m.v. teenliggaampies, sodat wanneer iemand jou aansteek met griep, is jou liggaam grotendeels beskerm. Dit kan jou liggaam ongeveer twee weke neem om immuniteit op te bou, dus kan sekere mense nog steeds griep simptome kry, alhoewel minder ernstig, en dan is dit makliker om die simptome van griep te onderskei van COVID19 s'n.

Deur die griep inenting vir mense te gee, sal minder mense dokters en hospitale besoek vir griep verwante komplikasies. Dus, verlaag ‘n griep inenting die druk op die gesondheid sektor. Sodat meer gesondheidswerkers kan fokus op die bevegting van COVID19.

Ten laaste, onthou asseblief dat griep jaarliks sterftes veroorsaak van nagenoeg 6000-10 000 mense (direk of indirek). So gaan kry asseblief ‘n griep inenting, want griep te same met COVID19 kan katastrofies wees!

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Re: 'n Hand en tand bekgeveg teen die asemdief PH (Pulmonale Hipertensie)
« Reply #571 on: May 24, 2020, 11:30:38 PM »
Ek het die volgende vraag aan Dr Maarman gevra op sy mediese platform:  I've seen a post where they show you some postural drainage positions when you are suffering from congestion due to mucus on your lungs. People don't always get into hospitals in time and they are send home to isolate. Could this procedure help - if done correctly?

Dr Maarman het sy kollega en goeie vriendin Samantha gekontak wat 'n fisioterapeut in Suid Afrika is. Hier is haar antwoord:

Samantha Hendricks Hi Maria Lock and thank you Gerald Maarman for the platform.

Respiratory physiotherapy plays a big role especially with the current pandemic and in quarantine. I have recently posted on my personal page regarding the video you are referring to. Education is vital at this time.
**Always consult with your Dr/General Practioner FIRST to hear if Physiotherapy is recommended. **
To treat lung conditions, there are various methods to clear secretions/phlegm.
1. Postural drainage is a position that uses gravity to mobilize the mucus from your lungs up to the throat. This makes it easier to cough out. The person lies in various positions so the part of the lung to be drained is as high as possible. At home you can use pillows to achieve this; e.g in side lying over two pillows under the arm and you head and shoulders downwards. By this you are literally tilting the lungs in a downward position. 20 minutes a side helps the drainage.
2. Manual techniques -
Percussion or clapping on the chest wall over the part of the lung to be drained helps move the mucus into the larger airways. The hand is cupped as if to hold water but with the palm facing down. The cupped hand curves to the chest wall and traps a cushion of air to soften the clapping. It is done forcefully and with a steady beat. Each percussion also should have a hollow sound. If the hand is cupped properly, percussion should not be painful or sting. You can fold a towel over the area and do not “clap” directly on the skin.
Be careful not clap over the spine, breastbone, stomach and lower ribs or back to prevent injury to the spleen on the left, the liver on the right and the kidneys in the lower back.
Generally, each home treatment session can last for 20 to 40 minutes. It is best done before meals or one and a half to two hours after eating, to decrease the chance of vomiting. Early morning and bedtimes are usually recommended. The length and the number of times of day it is done may need to be increased if the person is more congested or getting sick.
There are some other techniques as well, but postural drainage and percussions are the easiest to explain without demonstration.
A nebulizer helps to moisten and open the airways even if you use just normal saline.
There are some useful links and info sheets available that I can send you. So feel free to send me your email address.
Hope it helps!
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Re: 'n Hand en tand bekgeveg teen die asemdief PH (Pulmonale Hipertensie)
« Reply #572 on: May 26, 2020, 02:34:24 PM »
Dankie weereens vir die inligting Raaitjie.   :love7:
Om te weet is om te verstaan.

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Re: 'n Hand en tand bekgeveg teen die asemdief PH (Pulmonale Hipertensie)
« Reply #573 on: June 02, 2020, 05:47:49 AM »
Om die inligting te deel is vir my 'n groot voorreg mater. So pas weer 'n doktersbesoek en bloedtoets gehad. Weens die virus het ek besluit om eerder weer ons plaaslike dokters by die klein hospitaaltjie te besoek waar ek binne minute behandeling kan ontvang sou dit nodig word.  By die spreekkamers waar ek voorheen was in ons naaste dorp, is nie 'n hospitaal nie en sou ons dus 'n uur moes reis om by een uit te kom sou dit nodig word.

Ongelukkig het ons in die cowboydorpie nie altyd dieselfde dokters nie en ken niemand dus jou mediese geskiedenis nie maar teen nou is ek al gesout om die asemdiefrympie in een paragraaf op te som en oor te dra in my beste Engels.

Groot was my verbasing vandag toe die besoekende dokter ewe droog opmerk dat PH een van daardie rariteite is wat hulle nie eers kan spel nie. Ek het saggies begin lag en net geantwoord 'been there yeah!'

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