Flashcards in Dubin COPD Deck (43)
Which can be done in office? (*)
*1. Lung Volumes
*2. Lung Flow (volume v. time)
3. Responsiveness to bronchodilators
*4. Possibly DLCO
What is Lung Flow test called?
List the five parameters that are tested.
5. PEF (peak flow)
Exhaled NO test:
- What is normal ppb for adult and child.
- What is high normal or increased for adult and child What does this indicate?
- What is elevated for adult and child. What does this indicate?
- Normal - Adult (5-20), Child (5-15)
- High normal or increased - Adult (20-35), child (15-25). Indicates underlying airwya inflammation
- Elevated - Adult (35+), Child (25+). Indicates ongoing eosinophilic inflammation.
Obstructive v. Restrictive lung disease - name the differences in TLC, RV, and VC from normal
Obstructive - TLC and RV increases, FEV1/FVC
Definition of FEF25-75%
Average expiratory flow over the midportion of the FVC.
- "Mid-Max-Expiratory flow rate"
- "Effort independent"
- May be early sign of disease
Name three categories of restrictive lung disease.
1. Intrinsic (parenchymal - Pulmonary Fibrosis).
2. Extrinsic (pleural - pleural effusion).
3. Neuromuscular (muscular weakness - myasthenia gravis or Guillian Barre)
Carbon Monoxide test - describe
"Single breath test" - take VC breath of 0.1% CO and hold 10 sec, then measure CO in expiratory gas.
Carbon Monoxide test in Emphysema and Pulmonary fibrosis.
- Emphysema - low due to reduced surfactant.
- Pulmonary Fibrosis - low
FEV1/FVC in Obstructive - what percentages classify mild v. moderate v. severe OPD
- Severe=less than 50%
If bronchodilator response to B2 agonist is greater than 15%, think what?
What does intrapulmonary restrictive disease see increased FEV1/FVC?
Because of lung Drecoil and airway resistance.
Define emphysema pathology
Loss of alveolar structure by increased proteolytic breakdown, destruction of elastic tissue in alveolar walls.
Define emphysema PTFs
- Decreased FEV1/FVC.
- Increased air trapping, RV/TLC
- Decrased capillary SA for gas exchange - V/Q mismatch
- No response to Bronchodilator challenge
Age group where emphysema normally seen/
Clinical Presentation of Intrapumonary Fibrosis
- DOE, velcro crackles, clubbing, cyanosis (later stages)
"Velcro crackles" are heard when and indicate what
Are dry crackles heard at end of inspiration. Indicate IPF
Hallmark of Restricted lung disease is what change in lung volume?
Name four drug induced pulmonary injuries.
1. Cryptogenic Organizing pneumonia
2. Acute interstitial pneumonia with non-cardiogenic pulmonary edema
3. Pulmonary Fibrosis
4. Pleural effusion and symptomatic pleuritis (infrequent)
Name for BOOP
Bronchiolitis Obliterans with Organizing Pneumonia - BOOP.
- now called Cryptogenic Organizing Pneumonia
Pulmonary Fibrosis - slow or rapid onset
(may be rapidly progressive)
Describe the five factors that will shift oxygen dissociation curve left or right.
1. Temperature - R(high), L(low)
2. 2-3DPG - R(high), L(low)
3. PaCO2 - R(high), L(low)
4. CO - R(low), L(high)
5. pH - R(acidosis), L(alkalosis)
Four factors in IRDS
1. Alveolar surface tension - dec surfactant=inc. surface tension
2. Alveolar ventilation - fl in proportion to atelectasis occurring
3. Arterial oxygen saturation - fl in proportion to hypOventilation (but SaO2 won't until very low PaO2)
4. Arterial oxygen content - fl in proportion to hypOventialtion
Fever and pulmonary infiltrates that are unresponsive to antibacterial therapy. Often have cough with mucous plug expectorant, possibly forming bronchial casts, and possible hemoptysis.
ABPA occurs in what pts and why?
Asthmatics and CF patients.
Due to hypersensitivity reaction to Aspergillus colonization of tracheobronchial tree.
ABPA may occur in conjunction with what?
Allergic fungal sinusitis, with symptoms including chronic sinusitis with purulent sinus drainage.
Clinical and pathological manifestation of chronic bronchitis
Clinically, persistent coughing and sputum due to abnormal enlargement of mucous glands.
Blue bloater is what?
_#_ increase in the reid index ratio indicates what?
5+ increase indicates Chronic Bronchitis - increased mucus gland to membrane ratio.
Clinical and pathological manifestation of emphysema.
Abnormal enlargement of air space due to destruction and deformation of alveolar walls DISTAL to terminal bronchioles.