Retired Professor, 2116, NE, 27st, Renton, WA, United States
Corresponding author: Igor Klepikov, Retired Professor, 2116, NE, 27st, Renton, WA, United States, Tel: (206)-920-9643; E-mail: email@example.com
Received Date: July 13, 2020
Published Date: August 17, 2020
Copyright: Klepikov I. ©2020.
Citation: Klepikov I. (2020). Etiotropic and Pathogenetic Therapy of Acute Lung Inflammation. Mathews J Emergency Med. (5)1: 01.
Letter to the Editor
From the moment of the first description of acute pneumonia (AP) to the present day, a huge period of time has passed with the change of a number of generations and epochs, during which the art of healing the sick has significantly advanced in many directions, achieving unprecedented success. Significant changes in medicine have taken place in the direction of its main goal, although the ideal of medical care has remained unchanged at all times, regardless of the depth of scientific knowledge and the range of means-the resolution of the disease in the shortest possible time and preferably without consequences.