Which condition is described as a preventable and treatable, slowly progressive respiratory disease of airflow obstruction?
What is the term for any form of lung tissue including bronchioles, bronchi, and blood vessels?
Which condition is characterized by the abnormal, irreversible dilation of the bronchi?
Which condition is characterized by the repeated collapse of the airway during sleep?
What is the term for the collapse of a part or the whole lung?
Respiratory Disorders Week 6, 7, 8 Summary
- Course: RTH327/Respiratory Therapy Semester 1 2023-2024, BSN214: Adult Medical Surgical Nursing 1
- Aim: Describe pathophysiology and management of COPD, asthma, bronchiectasis, atelectasis, and sleep apnea
- Intended learning outcomes: Understand COPD and asthma pathophysiology and management, identify bronchiectasis signs and symptoms, and demonstrate care for atelectasis and sleep apnea management
- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) defined as a preventable, treatable, slowly progressive respiratory disease
- COPD involves airflow obstruction in the airways and pulmonary parenchyma
- Parenchyma includes lung tissue such as bronchioles, bronchi, and blood vessels
- Asthma pathophysiology and management to be described
- Bronchiectasis pathophysiology and its relation to signs and symptoms to be identified
- Medical and respiratory management of bronchiectasis to be discussed
- Demonstration of care for a patient with atelectasis to be shown
- Pathophysiology of sleep apnea to be described
- Medical and respiratory management of sleep apnea to be identified
Test your knowledge of respiratory disorders such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma, and bronchiectasis in this quiz for BSN214: Adult Medical Surgical Nursing 1. Evaluate your understanding of the pathophysiology and management of these conditions as part of your respiratory therapy studies.
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