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Friday, December 2, 2011

Did you know that Peritonitis is a condition viewed as a medical emergency, because untreated peritonitis can kill a patient or cause severe organ damage?

Did you know that Peritonitis is an infection of the peritoneum, a membrane which lines the body cavity and the organs it encloses?

Did you know that Peritonitis is a condition viewed as a medical emergency, because untreated peritonitis can kill a patient or cause severe organ damage?

Did you know that typically, the condition Peritonitis requires surgery, along with a course of medications to address the infection and inflammation?

Did you know that there are two types of Peritonitis?

Did you know that Primary peritonitis which is caused by spread of an infection from the blood and lymph nodes to the peritoneum, this usually occurs with a person who has liver disease and this type is unusual, less than 1% of all cases of peritonitis are primary.?

Did you know that  Secondary peritonitis is the more common type of peritonitis which caused by the entry of bacteria or enzymes into the peritoneum from the gastrointestinal or biliary tract, this is also caused by the leakage of bacteria, enzymes, or bile into the peritoneum from a hole or tears in the gastrointestinal or biliary tracts?

Did you know the signs and symptoms of peritonitis includes: Swelling and softness in the abdomen, fever and chills, loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting, increased breathing and heart rates, shallow breaths, low blood pressure, limited urine output and failure to pass gas or feces?


Did you know that If caught early, peritonitis can be quite survivable, especially in healthy patients, although elderly patients and patients with health problems have a lower survival rate?


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