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Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a chronic inflammatory lung disease it causes obstructed airflow from the lungs. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease Symptoms includes breathing difficulty, cough, mucus (sputum) production and wheezing. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease caused by long-term exposure to irritating gases or particulate matter, most often from cigarette smoke.
Emphysema and chronic bronchitis are the two most common conditions that contribute to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Most instances of pulmonary diseases can be prevented by lessening presentation to hazard factors this incorporates diminishing rates of smoking and enhancing indoor and open air quality. While treatment can moderate declining, no cure is known.
- Track 1-1Pathophysiology of COPD
- Track 1-2Complications, Prevention & Management of COPD
- Track 1-3Risk factors of COPD
- Track 1-4Prognosis & Diagnosis of COPD
- Track 1-5Treatment & Medications for COPD
- Track 1-6Diet recommendations COPD patients
- Track 1-7Relationship between COPD & Lung Cancer
- Track 1-8Symptoms of environmental lung disease
- Track 1-9Signs, Symptoms for Respiratory Tract Infections
Lung transplantation or Respiratory transplantation is a surgery in which a patient's sick lungs are somewhat or completely supplanted by lungs which originate from a benefactor. Giver lungs can be recovered from a living contributor or an expired benefactor. A living benefactor can just give one lung flap. With some lung illnesses a beneficiary may just need to get a solitary lung. With other lung ailments, for example, cystic fibrosis it is basic that a beneficiary gets two lungs.
Lung transplantation is an acknowledged methodology of treatment for cutting edge organize lung malady. Since the mid-1990s, in excess of 25,000 lung transplants have been performed at revolves the world over. The organization for human services arrangement and research in the United States has presumed that Lung transplantation has developed as a clinical technique accomplishing an ideal hazard advantage proportion and worthy 1-and 2-year survival rates.
- Track 2-1Contraindication of lung transplant
- Track 2-2When a lung transplant is needed
- Track 2-3Types of transplant
- Track 2-4Living donors
- Track 2-5 How to prepare for a lung transplant
- Track 2-6The lung transplant procedure
- Track 2-7The risks of a lung transplant
Pulmonary hypertension, defined as a pulmonary arterial pressure greater than 25 mm Hg at rest or greater than 30 mm Hg during exercise, is often characterized by a progressive and sustained increase in pulmonary vascular resistance that eventually may lead to right ventricular failure. It can be a life-threatening condition if untreated. Therapy for Pulmonary hypertensionis targeted at the underlying cause and its effects on the cardiovascular system.
Pulmonary hypertension is high blood pressure in the heart-to-lung system that delivers fresh blood to the heart while returning used blood back to the lungs. Pulmonary hypertension can develop slowly, without early signs and symptoms. When symptoms do occur, they may be attributed to asthma or other lung or heart conditions. To diagnose Pulmonary hypertension the doctor may ask about the symptoms and risk factors, including other medical conditions and family history. Having a family member with Pulmonary hypertension increases the risk of developing the disease Medical evaluation.
- Track 3-1 Pulmonary hypertension definition and facts
- Track 3-2Signs and symptoms of pulmonary hypertension
- Track 3-3Classification of primary and secondary pulmonary hypertension
- Track 3-4Causes for pulmonary hypertension
- Track 3-5 Diagnosis of pulmonary hypertension
- Track 3-6Treatment and Medications for pulmonary hypertension
Allergic asthma is asthma caused by an allergens reaction. It’s also known as allergy-induced asthma. Allergic asthma is the most common type of asthma. About 90% of kids with childhood asthma have allergies, compared with about 50% of adults with asthma. The symptoms that go along with asthma show up after you breathe things called allergens like pollen, dust mites, or mold. Because allergens are everywhere, it's important that people with Allergic asthma know their triggers and learns how to prevent an attack.
During asthma, when the airway comes into contact with a trigger, the linings of the airway become inflamed and narrow. Mucus clogs and tightens the airways, making it difficult for someone having the breath. Each individual case of asthma is different, and each person has different reactions to various triggers. Some allergens are more common than others.
- Track 4-1Meaning of Asthma and allergens
- Track 4-2Asthma and allergy facts
- Track 4-3Signs and symptoms of asthma
- Track 4-4Causes and diagnosis of asthma
- Track 4-5What role does allergy play in the asthma?
- Track 4-6Allergy tests
- Track 4-7How can you avoid allergens?
- Track 4-8Management and treatment options for people with asthma and allergies
Diagnosis: Specialist will audit the signs and side effects, talk about the family and restorative history, and examine any presentation necessary to lung aggravations particularly tobacco smoke. Specialist may arrange a few tests to analyse the condition. Tests incorporate Lung (respiratory) work tests, Chest X-beam, CT examine, blood vessel blood gas examination and Laboratory tests.
Treatment: Smoking Cessation the most basic advance in any treatment get ready for COPD. Other treatment incorporates Bronchodilators, breathed in steroids, Combination inhalers, Oral steroids, Theophylline and anti-infection agents. An analysis of COPD isn't the apocalypse. The vast majority have mellow types of the ailment for which little treatment is required other than smoking discontinuance. Notwithstanding for further developed phases of malady, powerful treatment is accessible that can control side effects, decrease your danger of confusions and intensifications, and enhance your capacity to lead a dynamic life.
- Track 5-1Quit Smoking and Avoid Lung Irritants
- Track 5-2Oxygen Therapy
- Track 5-3Surgery
- Track 5-4Lung Transplant
- Track 5-5Bullectomy
- Track 5-6Bronchodilators
Pneumonia is an infection in one or both lungs. It can be caused by bacteria, viruses, or fungi. Bacterial pneumonia is the most common type in adults. Pneumonia causes inflammation in the air sacs in the lungs, which are called alveoli. The alveoli fill with fluid or pus, making it difficult to breathe. When the germs that cause Pneumonia reach the lungs, the lungs' air sacs (alveoli) become inflamed and fill up with fluid.
When the person hangs the Pneumonia, oxygen may have trouble reaching the blood. If there is too little oxygen in the blood, the body cells can't work properly. Because of this and the risk of the infection spreading through the body, Pneumonia can cause death. Pneumonia affects the lungs in two ways. It may be in only one part, or lobe, of the lung, which is called lobar Pneumonia. Or, it may be widespread with patches throughout both lungs, which is called bronchial Pneumonia
- Track 6-1What is pneumonia and different types of pneumonia
- Track 6-2Is pneumonia contagious?
- Track 6-3What is the contagious period for pneumonia?
- Track 6-4 Causes and risk factors for pneumonia
- Track 6-5Diagnosis tests for pneumonia
- Track 6-6Treatment for pneumonia
- Track 6-7
Chronic bronchitis is one sort of COPD. The aggravated bronchial tubes deliver a great deal of bodily fluid. This prompts hacking and trouble relaxing. Cigarette smoking is the most widely recognized reason. Taking in air contamination, exhaust, or clean finished an extensive stretch of time may likewise cause it. Chronic bronchitis is characterized as a hack that happens each day with sputum generation that goes on for no less than 3 months, two years in succession.
This definition was produced to help choose uniform patient populaces for inquire about purposes, for instance, to consider medicine treatments for treatment of incessant Chronic bronchitis. A significant number of the bronchi create ceaseless irritation with swelling and overabundance bodily fluid generation. The irritation causes an adjustment in the covering cells of the aviation routes to shifting degrees. Numerous cells that line the aviation route lose the capacity of their cilia and in the long run the ciliated cells are lost.
- Track 7-1Chronic bronchitis definition and facts
- Track 7-2 Signs and symptoms of chronic bronchitis
- Track 7-3 Causes and diagnosis for chronic bronchitis
- Track 7-4What medications treat chronic bronchitis? What are other medical treatments?
- Track 7-5What natural remedies treat chronic bronchitis symptoms?
Emphysema is a long haul, dynamic malady of the lungs that fundamentally causes shortness of breath due to over-swelling of the alveoli (air sacs in the lung). In individuals with emphysema, the lung tissue associated with trade of gases (oxygen and carbon dioxide) is disabled or crushed. Emphysema is incorporated into a gathering of sicknesses called endless obstructive aspiratory illness or COPD (pneumonic alludes to the lungs).
Cigarette smoking is by a wide margin the most hazardous conduct that makes individuals create emphysema, and it is likewise the most preventable reason. Other hazard factors incorporate a lack of a catalyst called alpha-1-antitrypsin, air contamination, aviation route reactivity, heredity, male sex, and age. Shortness of breath is the most widely recognized side effect of emphysema. Hack, at times caused by the generation of bodily fluid, and wheezing may likewise be side effects of emphysema.
- Track 8-1What is emphysema and the stages of emphysema
- Track 8-2Causes and risk factors for emphysema
- Track 8-3 Signs and symptoms of emphysema
- Track 8-4Diagnosis and treatment for emphysema
- Track 8-5Prevention of Emphysema
- Track 8-6Complication for Emphysema
- Track 8-7Rick factor for Emphysema
- Track 8-8Emphysema medications and Surgery for emphysema
Thoracic disease is the tumor of chest and lungs locale. The Lowe Center for Thoracic Oncology treats lung tumor non-little cell lung growth, little cell lung malignancy, and mesothelioma and different diseases of organs inside the chest. Delicate tissue chest divider tumors frequently show as a restricted mass without different manifestations.
Numerous chest divider tumors are identified unexpectedly on imaging examines improved the situation other clinical reason. A few patients have fever. Patients for the most part don't have torment until the point that the tumor is progressed. Conversely, essential cartilaginous and bone tumors are regularly agonizing. Patients with chest divider tumors require chest x-beam, CT, MRI, and once in a while PET– CT to decide the first site and degree of the tumor and whether it is an essential chest divider tumor or a metastasis. Biopsy and histologic assessment affirm the conclusion.
- Track 9-1Making a Difference for patients with thoracic and lung cancer
- Track 9-2Causes for lung cancer
- Track 9-3Risk factors for lung cancer
- Track 9-4Signs and symptoms for lung cancer
- Track 9-5Diagnosis for lung cancer
- Track 9-6Prevention for lung cancer
- Track 9-7
Screening: Technological progressions in the early identification of lung growth have enhanced lung tumor screening essentially. Most as of late an extensive clinical trial, called the National Lung Screening Trial (NLST), affirmed that screening people at high hazard for lung growth with a yearly low-measurements CT (LDCT) sweep of the chest spares lives. The clinical trial, supported by the National Cancer Institute (NCI), found that LDCT lung growth screening can bring down the danger of death by 20%in high-hazard people.
Diagnosis: Though trial of bodily fluid or lung liquid may uncover completely created disease cells, finding is normally affirmed through a biopsy. Utilizing bronchoscopy, the patient daintily anesthetized, the specialist controls a thin, lit tube through the nose or mouth and down the air entries to the site of the tumor, where a little tissue test can be expelled. Another technique utilizes a CT sweep to direct a needle into a variation from the norm with a specific end goal to take a biopsy. On the off chance that the biopsy affirms tumor, different tests will decide the sort of growth and how far it has spread.
- Track 10-1Types of lung cancer
- Track 10-2Tests to diagnose lung cancer
- Track 10-3Tests to determine the extent of the cancer
- Track 10-4Advanced Imaging and Diagnostic Tests for Lung Cancer
- Track 10-5Low-Dose CT Scan for Lung Cancer Screening
- Track 10-6How LDCT Lung Cancer Screening Works
- Track 10-7Risk factors and Complications for lung cancer
- Track 10-8Treatments and Medications for lung cancer
Resspiratory implies the field of drug identifying with lung and respiratory issue. Working with general pediatrics, aspiratory pediatricians treat an extensive variety of pneumonic issue. Aspiratory implies the field of solution identifying with lung and respiratory issue. Working with general pediatrics, aspiratory pediatricians treat an extensive variety of pneumonic issue. It incorporates Asthma, Sleep Disorder, Chronic Cough, Exercise initiated Asthma, Congenital Lung Problem and Pediatric Pneumonia.
A great part of the focal point of aspiratory recovery, look into and pneumonic solution goes toward the most youthful individuals from society-the babies. It's inherent however treatable. With a sound aspiratory stenosis finding the heart valve can be supplanted or repaired and kids can develop to lead ordinary solid lives. Rest apnea influences untimely infants. A circumstance called apnea of rashness exists when the tyke doesn't breath for 20 seconds or more. It's a pneumonic illness that can be treated with ventilation machines and medicines
- Track 11-1What is Pediatric Pulmonary?
- Track 11-2Pulmonary Problems in Infants
- Track 11-3Pediatric Asthma
- Track 11-4World-Class Pediatric Care
Pulmonary rehabilitation also called respiratory rehabilitation is a broad program that helps improve the well-being of people who have chronic breathing problems. For example, pulmonary rehabilitation may benefit people who have COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), sarcoidosis idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, or cystic fibrosis. Pulmonary rehabilitation also can benefit people who need lung surgery, both before and after the surgery. Pulmonary rehabilitation doesn't replace medical therapy.
Pulmonary rehabilitation involves a long-term commitment from the patient and a team of health care providers. The Pulmonary rehabilitation team may include doctors, nurses, and specialists. Examples of specialists include respiratory therapists, physical and occupational therapists, dietitians or nutritionists, and psychologists or social workers. Pulmonary rehabilitation often is an outpatient program based in a hospital or clinic.
- Track 12-1 What is Pulmonary Rehabilitation?
- Track 12-2 Where Is Pulmonary Rehabilitation Administered?
- Track 12-3 What happens after finishing a Pulmonary Rehabilitation program?
- Track 12-4What happens on a Pulmonary Rehabilitation course
- Track 12-5What to Expect After Pulmonary Rehabilitation?
- Track 12-6What Are the Benefits and Risks of Pulmonary Rehabilitation?
Respiratory tract infection alludes to any of various irresistible illnesses including the respiratory tract. A disease of this write is regularly additionally delegated an upper respiratory tract infection or a lower respiratory tract infection. Lower respiratory diseases, for example, pneumonia, have a tendency to be much more genuine conditions than upper respiratory contaminations, for example, the regular icy. Albeit some contradiction exists on the correct limit between the upper and lower respiratory tracts, the upper respiratory tract is by and large thought to be the aviation route over the glottis or vocal lines. This incorporates the nose, sinuses, pharynx, and larynx.
Commonplace infection of the upper respiratory tract incorporate tonsillitis, pharyngitis, laryngitis, sinusitis, otitis media, certain kinds of flu, and the basic cool. Manifestations of URIs can incorporate hack, sore throat, runny nose, nasal blockage, cerebral pain, second rate fever, facial weight and sniffling. The lower respiratory tract comprises of the trachea (wind pipe), bronchial tubes, the bronchioles, and the lungs.
- Track 13-1Causes for Respiratory Tract Infections
- Track 13-2Risk Factors for Respiratory Tract Infections
- Track 13-3Diagnosis for Respiratory Tract Infections
- Track 13-4Treatment for Respiratory Tract Infections
- Track 13-5Prevention for Respiratory Tract Infections
Cardiovascular and pneumonic illnesses are conditions that influence the lungs and heart. Cardiovascular recovery may profit the individuals who have encountered an ongoing heart assault or cardiovascular medical procedure, and also other heart-related medical issues. Respiratory recovery might be valuable to people with asthma, perpetual bronchitis, endless obstructive pneumonic illness (COPD), emphysema, or other lung conditions.
Presentation to tobacco smoke has for quite some time been perceived as an unmistakable hazard factor for CVD. Correspondingly limiting presentation to tobacco smoke is the main compelling approach to counteract COPD.
- Track 14-1Coronary artery disease
- Track 14-2Angina pectoris
- Track 14-3Cardiomyopathy
- Track 14-4Myocardial infraction
- Track 14-5Newborn and adult respiratory distress syndrome
Positive airway pressure (PAP) is a mode of respiratory ventilation used in the treatment of sleep apnea. PAP ventilation is also commonly used for those who are critically ill in hospital with respiratory failure, in newborn infants and for the prevention and treatment of atelectasis in patients with difficulty taking deep breaths. In these patients, Positive airway Pressure ventilation can prevent the need for tracheal intubation, or allow earlier extubation. Sometimes patients with neuromuscular diseases use this variety of ventilation as well.A large variety of airway clearance devices are commercially available, the two most recent being the Quake and the Lung Flute. The Quake is a pipe-shaped oscillatory PEP device that bears some resemblance to the more well-known Flutte. A distinguishing feature of the Quake is the small handle that is manually rotated to generate oscillations.
- Track 15-1Continuous pressure devices
- Track 15-2Automatic positive airway pressure
- Track 15-3Bi-level pressure devices
- Track 15-4Expiratory positive airway pressure devices
- Track 15-5Care and maintenance
- Track 15-6Portability and Availability