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Bronchiectasis
irreversible dilation or widening of bronchi, vrom repeated pulmonary infection or obsturction
EFA: 0
Bronchitis
an acute or chronic condition, with excessive mucus is secreted into the bronchi
ERA: 0
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Diease (COPD)
persistent obstruction of airway; caused by emphysema or chronic bronchitis
EFA: -
Cystic Fibrosis
most inherited disease, secretions of heavy mucus casue progressive clogging of bronchi
EFA: +
Dyspnea
shortnes of breath, w/ sensation of difficulty in breathing
EFA:
Emphysema
alveoli air spaces become greatly enlarged. air not sepelled during expiration; resulting in labored breath
EFA: -
Epiglottis
common in children 2-5, may demonstrate edema or selling at point of epiglottis
ERA: -
Neoplasm
growth or tumor; may be benign(hamarotma)or malignant
EFA: 0
Empyema
exist if the fluid is pus
EFA: +
Hemothorax
exists if the fluid is blood
EFA +
Pleurisy
inflammation of the pleura surrounding lungs; caused by viceral and pariteal pluera rubbing during respiration
EFA:0
Pneumonia
infammaion of the lungs w/ acumulaton of fluid
EFA: +
Bronchopnumonia
bronchitis of both lungs; caused by strptococcus or staphylococcus
EFA: +
Lobar Pneumonia
confined to 1 or 2 lobes of lungs
EFA: +
Viral Pneumonia
infammaion of alveoli and connecting lung structures
EFA: +
Pneumothorax
accumulation of air in pleural space, causin partial or complete collapse of that lung, resulting in shortness of breath
EFA: 0
Plumonary Edema
excess fulid within the lung, caused by backup in pulmonary circulation associated with CHF
EFA:+
Pulmonary Emboli
sudden blocking of an artery of the lung, cause suddden death
EFA: 0
RDS and commonly called Hyaline Membrane Disease HMD in infants, and Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome ARDS in adults.
emergency condition, alveoli and capillaries of lung are injured or infected, resulting in leakeage of fluied and blood into spaces btwn alveoli or into it themselves
EFA: +
Tuberculosis
contagious desease acused by airbone bacteria
Primary TB
TB that occurs in persons who have never had the diease before
EFA: 0
Secondary TB
TB develops in adults and generally 1st evident on radidograph
EFA: +