Introduction: Left ventricle hypertrophy can cause congestive heart failure to the patient. Common cause of the disease is due to the hypertension. If left ventricle hypertrophy is untreated, it will easily causes congestive heart failure. Abstract: The reasons that why I setup this hypothesis is because the patient have chest pain, this pain may come from congestive heart failure. Besides, the patient has medical history, such as hypertension and diabetes which increase the chance of chronic heart failure.
Discarded cigarette butts, frequently litter public streets. The biggest issue, besides the fact that it pollutes the air, is that those discarded cigarette butts, are accidently consumed by children or small animals. When you smoke around kids, it might make them have problems with their breathing too, since they’re inhaling the smoke. Emphysema and chronic bronchitis are the most common conditions that cause COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease). The damage that COPD can cause to the lungs, cannot be reversed!
Fat is the secondary fuel in the body, while glycogen is the primary fuel. However, a large concentration of fat in the blood stream, leads to a rapid utilization of fats as a fuel, thus sparing glycogen, which then leads to greater endurance and stamina, while exercising (Warren et al., 2010). 5. Long term effect of caffeine: • Caffeine is very addictive, when used for prolonged periods of time. The body quickly becomes acclimatized to its daily dose of caffeine, and decreasing caffeine amounts could lead to withdrawal symptoms.
Bordetella Pertussis, also known as whooping cough, is a contagious disease that affects the respiratory system. B. Pertussis is a Gram-negative bacterium, and its main symptom is violent coughing that can make it difficult to breathe. A unique characteristic of this disease is that often you can hear a deep convulsive sound when the patient tries to inspire. Pertussis is one of the most contagious diseases that primarily affect infants under six months, as well as adolescents and adults (Mayo Clinic.) This disease is preventable by vaccination.
Some symptoms for direct contact are burns, trouble breathing, vomiting blood, fever, and low blood pressure. Symptoms from breathing in fumes are: trouble breathing, coughing, chest tightness, and coughing blood. Exposer is through contact with damage to contacted area, and internal by breathing in fumes. Exposer through ingestion will cause burns in mouth and throat
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TNF-α also leads to apoptosis by direct stimulation of caspase pathway and tissue injury. It is known that TNF-α leads to lung toxicity during inflammation and the toxicity induced by drugs or organic substances. It is known that tissue NO increases after inflammation. Due to its high production NO reacts with superoxide radicals leading to the formation of peroxynitrite radicals. The resulting peroxynitrite radicals are highly toxic to the tissue (20).
They also vary on how severe they can be. A common disease of the respiratory system is the common cold. If a person smokes, they are at a higher chance to get emphysema, lung cancer, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Pulmonary emphysema occurs when the alveolar walls become thinner and weaker. Destruction of the alveolar capillaries also occurs.
However, after some hours have passed they can start to feel hot, have swollen skin, detect a high fever, vomit, experience nausea, confusion, dehydration and experience excruciating pain around the infected area that can also be covered with blisters that contain a dark liquid within. NF can also cause shock with organs as well as respiratory failure, lowering of blood pressure and renal failure. NF is not very common, but when it strikes the aftermath of the infection is not pretty to look at. This specific infection is one of the most painful because it rots limbs while the patient is still actively aware and physically
An inflammation of the airways narrows the airways resulting in difficulty in breathing. Patients are prone to coughing fits which is accompanied by breathlessness and heavy phlegm. • Emphysema: Emphysema is a chronic lung disease where a patient experiences difficulty in breathing. In emphysema, the lining of the air sacs in the lungs are damaged irrevocably. While there are many causes of emphysema, smoking is one of the most reasons.