Pneumonia and COPD

People with COPD will probably create pneumonia. Pneumonia is especially unsafe for individuals with COPD by causing an increased risk of respiratory failure. This is the point at which your body is either not getting enough oxygen or isn't effectively expelling carbon dioxide. Pneumonia and COPD can result in serious complications. Long term and even permanent damage can occur. Early treatment can help decrease these risks. The inflammation from the pneumonia can constrain your airflow, which can further damage your lungs. This can progress into acute respiratory failure, which can be fatal. COPD Conferences enlighten the recent advances in COPD and pulmonology research.

 

  • Complications
  • Epidemiology
  • Pathogenesis

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