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Luis Miguel He fell ill upon his arrival in Chile.
«Luis Miguel will be taken to the emergency room. The singer would go to the emergency room of a clinic in the East because he had pictures of the flu. Just in case, the sun is good. It’s a state of fever, but it doesn’t mean he canceled the concert, it’s a change in temperature”’, journalist Cecilia Gutiérrez first commented.
Likewise, the Evangelist went live a few hours ago, sharing more details on how “LuisMi” evolved and even confirmed his current diagnosis:
“Luis Miguel actually went to the emergency room at the Las Condes clinic over the weekend because he wasn’t feeling well. I have body aches, chest pain, sore throat and fever“.
Likewise, the correspondent reveals the tests that the Mexican Sol will have to undergo during its visit to the National Medical Center:
“He underwent a chest scan. Remarkably, not only did he have a cold or a fever, but his partner, Paloma Cuevas, also had a cold. They went to the clinic together.
In addition, Cecilia Gutiérrez explained that Luis Miguel had another medical examination before his presentation in Chile on Wednesday 23 August.
In this sense, Luis Miguel was diagnosed with bronchitis and was even prescribed corticosteroids to counteract a performance that lasted more than two hours:
“The diagnosis was that he had bronchitis.is with a Corticosteroid treatment allowed him to sing otherwise impossibleCecilia Gutiérrez shut down her Instagram account.
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Luis Miguel suffers from bronchitis: what is it?
For its part, on the pages of the Catholic University Health Network, the information about Luis Miguel’s illness is as follows:
“It’s inflammation of the main airways of the lungs. This bronchitis It can be transient (acute) or chronic, ie it lasts a long time and recurs often.this chronic bronchitis It is a type of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or its acronym “COPD”.
Likewise, with regard to the mode of transmission of the disease, it has been suggested that:
“Acute bronchitis usually follows a viral respiratory infection. First, it affects the nose, sinuses and throat, and then spreads to the lungs. Sometimes, a person may develop another (secondary) bacterial infection in the respiratory tract. This means that, in addition to viruses, bacteria can also infect the respiratory tract.
Meanwhile, on what the symptoms are, the site states:
- chest discomfort
- Coughing produces mucus. If the color is yellow-green, it’s more likely a bacterial infection.
- fever, usually low-grade
- Shortness of breath worsened by exertion or light activity
Finally, regarding treatment, the statement reads:
Acute bronchitis caused by a virus does not require antibiotics. The infection usually goes away on its own within a week. There are steps you can take to feel better:
- do not smoke
- drink plenty of fluids
- If you have a fever, take your usual pain reliever, such as aspirin or paracetamol. Follow your doctor’s directions. ”