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Date Created: 09/29/15
Pulmonary Disease Notes 6 09172015 Normal anatomy and physiology of the respiratory system 0 Upper and lower respiratory tract 0 Right and left lungs o Bronchi o Alveoli small air sacs o Capillaries responsible for exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide 0 Alveoli epithelium consist of type 1 and type 2 cells Respiratory system gas exchange 0 Gas exchange is the major function 0 Provide oxygen for cellular metabolism 0 Remove carbon dioxide Lungs 0 Filter warm and humidify air 0 Regulate body acid base balance Nutrition and pulmonary health Malnutrition associated with poor intake reduces strength and endurance of respiratory muscle 0 Lunch parenchyma 0 Continue malnutrition increases risk of infection Respitory disease may affect dietary intake 0 Early satiety anorexia weight loss cough and dyspnea during eaUng Nutrition therapy for respitory failure 0 Nutritional implications 0 Nutrition support determined by underlying illness and gastrointestinal function Pneumonia In ammation of the lungs caused by bacteria viruses fungi The 3 types 0 Community acquired 0 Hospital acquired o Ventilator acquired o Aspiration pneumonia inhaled material into the airway Patients with tracheostomies Surgical opening into the trachea to assist breathing 0 Nutrition implication o Aspiration 0 May require feeding tube
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