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Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a common lung disease. Having COPD makes it hard to breathe. The most common of these diseases are emphysema and chronic bronchitis.
Chronic bronchitis is inflammation of the lining of the bronchial tubes, which carry air to and from the air sacs (alveoli) of the lungs. It's characterized by daily cough and mucus (sputum) production.
Emphysema is a condition in which the alveoli at the end of the smallest air passages (bronchioles) of the lungs are destroyed as a result of damaging exposure to cigarette smoke and other irritating gases and particulate matter.
- Track 1-1COPD
- Track 1-2Chronic bronchitis
- Track 1-3Emphysema
Bronchitis is an inflammation of the liner of the bronchial tubes. That’s when the air tubes in your lungs called bronchi get irritated and inflamed, and you've got coughs for a minimum of 3 months a year for two years during a row. Bronchitis may be either acute or chronic. Swelling of the tubes makes it harder for your lungs to maneuver oxygen in and CO2 out of your body.
- Track 2-1COPD Symptoms
- Track 2-2Emphysema
- Track 2-3Mucus
Emphysema is a disease of the lungs. It occurs most frequently in smokers, but it also occurs in people that regularly inhale irritants. Emphysema destroys alveoli, which are air sacs within the lungs. The air sacs weaken and eventually break, which reduces the area of the lungs and therefore the amount of oxygen which will reach the bloodstream.
- Track 3-1Bronchitis
- Track 3-2Exhaustion
- Track 3-3Depression
- Track 3-4Fast Heartbeat
Asthma is a disease of the airways to the lungs. It makes breathing difficult and should make some physical activities challenging or even impossible. Asthma causes the inside walls of the airways, or the bronchial tubes, to become swollen and inflamed. Asthma can't be cured, but its symptoms are often controlled. Because asthma often changes over time, it's vital that you simply work alongside your doctor to trace your signs and symptoms and adjust your treatment as needed.
- Track 4-1Shortness of Breath
- Track 4-2Difficulty Talking
- Track 4-3Fatigue
Pulmonary hypertension could also be a life-threatening condition that gets worse over time, but treatments can help your symptoms so you'll live better with the disease. In one sort of pulmonary hypertension, called pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH), blood vessels in your lungs are narrowed, blocked or destroyed.
- Track 5-1Sleep Apnea
- Track 5-2Blood clot in the Lungs
- Track 5-3Congestive heart failure
Pneumonia is an infection of the lungs with a variety of possible causes. It can be a serious and life-threatening disease. It happens when an infection causes the air sacs in your lungs (your doctor will call them alveoli) to fill with fluid or pus. That can make it hard for you to inhale enough oxygen to succeed in your bloodstream.
- Track 6-1Contagious
- Track 6-2Walking Pneumonia
- Track 6-3Diarrhea
- Track 6-4Antibiotics
Cystic fibrosis (CF) may be a serious genetic condition that causes severe damage to the respiratory and digestive systems. This damage often results from a build-up of thick, sticky mucus within the organs. When mucus clogs the lungs, it can become very difficult for an individual to breathe. The thick mucus also allows for germs to thrive and multiply, which may end in infections and inflammation and sometimes results in severe lung damage and respiratory failure.
- Track 7-1Diabetes
- Track 7-2Malnutrition
- Track 7-3Nasal Polyps
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus. COVID-19 is a disease caused by SARS-CoV-2 that can trigger what doctors call a respiratory tract infection. It can affect your upper respiratory tract (sinuses, nose, and throat) or lower respiratory tract (windpipe and lungs).
- Track 8-1Sortness of breath
- Track 8-2Trouble Breathing
Lung cancer is a type of cancer that starts in the lungs. It is commonest in males, and within the U.S., Black males are around 15% more likely to develop it than white males. People who smoke have the best risk of carcinoma, though carcinoma also can occur in people that haven't smoked.
- Track 9-1Bronchi
- Track 9-2Trachea
- Track 9-3Pleura
Interventional pulmonology (IP) may be a rapidly growing, procedurally focused subspecialty of pulmonary medicine. Interventional pulmonology uses endoscopy and other tools to diagnose and treat conditions within the lungs and chest. Diseases which were previously almost considered as contraindications to bronchoscopy, like asthma and COPD/emphysema, can now, in selected cases, be treated endoscopically.
- Track 10-1Diagnostic Bronchoscopy
- Track 10-2COPD/Emphysema
- Track 10-3Rigid Bronchoscopy
Respiratory tract infection (RTI) is defined as any communicable disease of the upper or lower tract. Most RTIs recover without treatment, but sometimes you'll got to see your GP. Upper respiratory tract infections (URTIs) include the common cold, laryngitis, pharyngitis/tonsillitis, acute rhinitis, acute rhinosinusitis and acute otitis media. Lower respiratory tract infections (LRTIs) include acute bronchitis, bronchiolitis, pneumonia and tracheitis.
- Track 11-1Diagnosis
- Track 11-2Antibiotics
- Track 11-3Epidemiology
- Track 12-1Symptoms
- Track 12-2Pulmonary Function Test or Lung function Test
- Track 12-3Six minute walk test
- Track 12-4A high resolution CT scan