Gender Ethnicracial And Life Span Considerations

Children and young adults up to age 30 are at risk for several forms of viral pneumonia, including mycoplasma pneumonia, adenovirus pneumonia, rubeola pneumonia, and respiratory syncytial virus pneumonia. Adults are at risk for varicella viral pneumonia. People over 40 years of age are at greater risk to contract all forms of bacterial pneumonia, with older men more susceptible to streptococcal bacterial pneumonia and klebsiella bacterial pneumonia. Older people are also at greater risk for viral pneumonia caused by influenza. Neonates with multisystem disease are also at risk for viral pneumonia caused by cytomegalovirus. Staphylococcal pneumonia tends to strike those who are debilitated or who have a history of influenza or intravenous (IV) drug abuse. There are no known racial or ethnic considerations.

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