HPI: Being discharged from the facility ten weeks ago, the patient reports having shortness of breath, severe wheezing, and coughing. To control symptoms, the patient takes HTCZ and Enalapril.
The RS consists of the lungs, which maintain the continuous flow of oxygen and remove gaseous products from the human body.
Some of the major symptoms of COPD include coughing, wheezing, sputum production, and breathing difficulty The main cause of COPD is long-term exposure of one's airways to harmful substances, which can lead to irritation.
The findings of a study on community-acquired childhood pneumonia point to the improvement of the epidemiological burden of the disease over the last decade. The paper has also outlined the educational program that can be [...]
The findings of the study indicate that the application of PEEP did not produce a positive change in arterial PaO from the pre-study value in reference to the whole study group.
For instance, the first activity that one can take to lower the impact of COPD is stop smoking. While COPD is a chronic disease, it is possible to manage its symptoms and restore some aspects [...]
Therefore, it is essential to discuss the symptoms of the disease, the tools of the screening assessment, proper diagnostic tests, and the treatment plans.
To evaluate the state-level and national prevalence of COPD, the impact on the population's value of life, and the use of health care resources by patients, the CDC and the State Department of Health use [...]
Besides, due to the severity of some cases, paramedics do not have enough information concerning the patient or time to establish the underlying disease. All articles considered for this study involved paramedics in Australia and [...]
The lack of guides for patients and their role in the management and prevention of COPD is the problem that has to be solved. The main goal of this project is to educate patients on [...]
Continued infection of the respiratory tube led to the patient displaying signs like the rise in the level of inflammatory mediators, wheezing, and high air trapping. A patient with CF lung disease shows different symptoms [...]
The purpose of the research was to expand the current knowledge of the overlap syndrome in order to determine its prevalence and risk factors.
The consequences of the smooth muscles' tightening can be aggravated by the thickening of the bronchial wall due to acute edema, cellular infiltration, and remodeling of the airways chronic hyperplasia of smooth muscles, vessels, and [...]
The strategy of assessing these papers to determine their usefulness in EBP should include these characteristics, the overall quality of the findings, and their applicability in a particular situation. The following article is a study [...]
The following paper is intended to cover differential diagnoses that can also be considered as a sore throat. Such illnesses as diphtheria, epiglottitis, scarlet fever, and other diagnoses with similar issues and symptoms can be [...]
It provides information in numerous fields, including courses for respiratory therapists, created by experts in the field of respiratory care education, research, and management, for the purpose of increasing the students' depth of knowledge.
The stepwise approach to asthma treatment and management is a six-step approach, according to which the number and the dose of medications and frequency of management are increased as necessary when symptoms persist and then [...]
Hippocrates was the one who labeled the disease as asthma, a Greek word that was used to denote the idea of "wind or to blow", perhaps an attempt to describe the wheezing sound produced by [...]
The clinical importance of Deadspace Ventilation is the lack of physiologic benefit of the energy utilized to move the gas. Inefficient and inadequate flow of pulmonary blood results to an increase in dead space ventilation [...]
In most of the cases, the early symptoms of the disease are often ignored because of the limited knowledge that people have about this disease.
COPD is also regularly misdiagnosed for several factors, such as misattribution of the fatigue and shortness of breath to aging, the low awareness of the symptoms of the disease, and the underestimation of its consequences.
The patient's nurse practitioner should inquire about paresthesia and ataxia because these are neurologic abnormalities, which are associated with vitamin B12 deficiency that leads to the development of pernicious anemia.
The volume of lungs increases and air cavities appear in the tissues of the organ, which leads to the fact that the thorax increases in size and has a characteristic "barrel" configuration.
The invasion of S.aureus and the formation of colonies in the body are the results of the work of such toxin as Panton-Valentine Leukocidin.
The Continuous Positive Airways Pressure, also known as CPAP, is a kind of ventilation that is done to the respiratory system whose major purpose is to treat sleep apnea. The implication of this is that [...]
The enlargement of the dense oesinophilic line near the bronchus/airways causes the individual to wheeze and gasp for air. The drugs are mainly used in the rapid opening of the bronchus to enable airflow into [...]
The title of the article gives a clear idea of the research question to be investigated. The authors have detailed the processes of intubation and mechanical ventilation in patients with acute asthma.
The approximate incubation period of the disease is 2- 10 d. This proves that the hope of developing a secure and effective vaccines.
This essay discusses the measures that can be taken to mitigate environmental causes of asthma. In the US, the government has developed a comprehensive strategy to mitigate environmental causes of asthmatic conditions in children.
However, great strides have been achieved in the management of the condition and over three quarters of the affected victims can now live up to adulthood with the condition.
It is a disease that affects the breathing process in the respiratory mechanism and the breakdown and absorption of food in the digestive system of a human being.
The primary role of these tests is to ascertain the presence of other ailments associated with hyperventilation, for further medical treatment.
The main aim of these immune responses is to eradicate both host cells and virus particles involved. Particles of the virus contained in transmitted respiratory droplets are the main cause of the disease.
As a therapy option, a gas mixture of nitrogen and oxygen can be administered into the blood stream of a patient to supply the necessary oxygen deficit in the effort to minimize the work required [...]
The Danger of Untreated Sinusitis If undiagnosed or untreated for a protracted period, sinusitis can cause other serious problems such as abscesses in the nasal cavity and meningitis.
The complete occlusion of the airway can lead to growth of a distal at the atelectasis in the lung parenchyma. The level of AHR is connected to the signs of asthma and the urgency of [...]
The flow of the article is built in an appropriate manner by first elucidating the mechanisms of the disease, followed by the latest diagnostic methods employed to detect its presence, the symptoms and clinical manifestations, [...]
Tonsillitis is usually cased by both bacterial and viral infections of the tonsils causing them to swell and make it difficult for an individual to swallow.