Flashcards in Respiratory Diseases Deck (90)
What are some respiratory diseases?
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Which lung more common affected by pneumonia?
Common reason why right lung is prone to pneumonia
Anatomy of primary bronchu
Sign and symptoms of Pneumonia
High grade fever of 105F and above
cough with mucus
Types of Pneumonia
type of pneumonia in which the infection may spread through entire lobe
Causative agent of lobar pneumonia
type of pneumonia in which the infection may spread through distal airways, extending from the bronchioles and alveoli
causative agent og bronchopneumonia
causative agent for Community-acuired pneumonia
causative agent for Hospital acquired pneumonia
causative agent for atypical pneumonia?
causative agent for HIV/AIDS RELATED PNEUMONIA
Pneumocystis carinii (oppurtunistic)
medication for HIV/AIDS
Pentamidine and cotrimaxole
stop taking if 800 CD4 or more is achieved
what causes viral pneumonia
It results to interstitial pulmonary inflammation
Diseases caught in a hospital setting is called
HIV virus left untreated will result to?
normal CD 4 amount in the body
800 to 1200
CD 4 amount indicating HIV
CD 4 below 200
Sputum test resulting to a RUSTY(reddish brown) sputum indicates
Sputum test resulting to a Yellow/ Green sputum indicates
Sputum test resulting to a jelly-type sputum indicates
Number 1 causative agent that causes pneumonia in alcoholic patient
Respiratory disease caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis which infects the MACROPHAGES o the lungs
TB in lungs is commonly located at what portion of the lung?
Base of the lung
Sign ans symptom of TB
Cough that lasts for more than 3 weeks
cough with blood
Radiographic findings of TB
Coin lesion : Ghon's complex, Ghon's focus
Primary coin lesion in children with TB is called?