The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released new guidelines for treating people with severe or chronic bronchitis, the most common form of pneumonia.
The guidelines recommend treating the person with oxygen therapy and ventilators when they feel faint, unable to breathe or unable to hold their breath for up to 45 minutes, according to the CDC.
The guidelines do not recommend using a ventilator, but the agency says people with moderate to severe symptoms should consider ventilating if their lungs are not breathing.
The guidelines say people should avoid breathing too loudly and for longer than 45 minutes and if they feel they can no longer hold their breaths.
They also recommend the use of masking, which includes wearing an oxygen mask and having it applied to the face and neck and chest.
The CDC recommends using a mask when breathing in fresh air.
The agency says the best way to protect yourself is to wear a mask.
A person can get sick from both airways and lungs, but it is the lungs that are more likely to cause the worst illness, according the guidelines.
A breathing test is the only way to check for pneumonia, and the CDC says it is often difficult to get an accurate test result.
The test will usually show that the person has pneumonia, but not if they have severe pneumonia or are in a critical condition, according this CDC website.
The CDC recommends that people with pneumonia have oxygen therapy, and people who have pneumonia are not recommended to use a ventiator, according a new study by the University of Alabama, Birmingham.
The study was published online by the journal Circulation.
“We need to make sure that people are getting oxygen therapy because it’s the only treatment that works for the majority of people with bronchial pneumonia,” said Dr. Richard S. Staley, the study’s lead author and professor of respiratory medicine at the university.
The new study was conducted in collaboration with the University College London and the University at Buffalo.
The study looked at more than 20,000 adults with bronchiectasis, the infection of the lungs caused by the bacteria Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
In the study, people with mild to moderate pneumonia were given oxygen therapy for 30 minutes a day, and those with severe pneumonia were prescribed ventilatory support.
About 5% of people in the study developed pneumonia.
About 10% of the people in that group developed pneumonia and died, and about 3% died.
This study suggests that ventilations are effective, but that there are other treatments, including breathing masks, that are effective for most people, said Dr of the University’s Pulmonary Disease Center, Dr. John K. Bail, who was not involved in the research.
It also suggests that people can benefit from the fact that people who suffer from pneumonia do not need to go into an intensive care unit, but can stay in a nursing home or be transferred to a rehabilitation facility, the CDC said in a statement.