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23 Jan Applied Anatomy & Physiology of Respiratory System • • • • • • • • Presented By: Sanjeev Kumar Swapnil Rathore Mayur Gupta Philomen Prem 5 Jan Respiratory Diseases. 1. Disorders of the respiratory system; 2. Respiratory infectionsInfections of the respiratory tract can occur in: The upper respiratory tract The lower respiratory tract sms capable of infecting respiratory structures include: bacteria. Respiratory Disorders. Nursing Pulmonary Edema. Medical emergency! Abnormal accumulation of fluid in the lung(s); Causes: LV failure, rapid administration of IVF's; Clinical Manifestations: Increasing respiratory distress/ dyspnea, air hunger; Anxious/agitated/confusion; Cough/Frothy pink sputum; Crackles/ Rales.
Upper respiratory tract: nose and nasal passages, paranasal sinuses, and throat or pharynx; Respiratory airways: voice box or larynx, trachea, bronchi, and bronchioles; Lungs: respiratory bronchioles, alveolar ducts, alveolar sacs, and alveoli. Gas exchange. Most of the respiratory tract. exists merely as a piping. system for. Respiratory System Diseases. Pathophysiology. Review of Anatomy & Physiology. Upper Respiratory Tract. Respiratory Mucosa. lined with ciliated mucus producing cells. cc/ day. purifies air; is contiguous with all structures. Nose. paranasal sinuses. frontal, maxillary, sphenoid, ethmoid; lighten skull; sound resonant. Signs and Symptoms of Respiratory Dis eases. Signs and Symptoms of Respiratory Diseases. Omer Alamoudi, Professor, consultant Pulmonologist. MD, FRCP, FACP, FCCP. Signs and Symptoms of Respiratory Diseases. Cardinal Symptoms. Cough; Sputum; Hemoptysis; Dyspnea; Wheezes; Chest pain. Signs and.
The Respiratory System. Organs of the Respiratory system. Nose; Pharynx; Larynx; Trachea; Bronchi; Lungs – alveoli. Figure Function of the Respiratory System. Oversees gas exchanges between the blood and external environment; Exchange of gasses takes place within the alveoli; Passageways to the lungs purify. Basic concepts in Lung disease. SS Visser. Internal Medicine. PAH and UP. Questions. Why do we need a respiratory system? What does it consist of? How is it controlled/regulated? How is it affected by disease? How is disease recognized? How can disease be prevented or treated? Why do you have know all this?. General Meeting of the Global Alliance against Chronic Respiratory Diseases ( GARD) and GARD Launch. March – Beijing, People's Republic of China. Wednesday, 29 March Session 2: Working Groups. Chairmanship, composition, annual report, action plan and indicators. The Lancet