Flashcards in Restrictive Lung Disease Deck (18):
What does PTA stand for?
Prior to admission
What does DOE stand for?
Dyspnea on exertion
On an x-ray honeycombing and relatively hyperlucent areas are indicative of what disease?
Asthma, bronchiectasis, chronic bronchitis, cystic fibrosis, and emphysema are all examples of what type of lung disease?
Define restrictive lung disease
Lung disease wherein lung volumes are decreased either by parenchymal changes or by disease of the pleura, Chest wall, or neuromuscular function
What are some of the clinical findings of restrictive lung disease?
Progressive exertional dyspnea
Pleuritic chest pain
Restrictive lung disease can be divided into What two classifications?
What are some examples of parenchymal etiology?
Airspace congestion with exudate or debris
What are some examples of extraparenchymal etiology?
How is kyphoscoliosis related to restrictive lung disease?
It causes a loss of volume due to chest wall changes
Be sure to look at all of the pictures
Because we all know Dr. Hall likes to put up the same picture 50 times and then just talk about it and not give us any real notes
Coalworkers disease is an example of what type of restrictive lung disease?
What are some examples of parenchymal restrictive lung disease?
If you can't pronounce it and it ends with "sis" it's probably parenchymal....
Diffuse alveolar hemorrhage
What are some examples of extraparenchymal restrictive lung disease?
Obesity (morbid or otherwise)
List some of the ways the pleurae can become damaged...
What are some symptoms of hypoxia?
Bluish tint and clubbing of the nailbeds
What are some important ventilation Considerations when managing restrictive lung disease intraop?
They will have a decreased lung compliance
Avoid high airway pressures
Use lower flows