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Reading Chest Xrays by Respiratory Therapist Patient Expert present beneath the diaphragm? E - Effusion/empty space: is either present? F - Fields (lungs): are there infiltrates, increased interstitial markings, masses, air bronchograms, increased vascularity, or silhouette...
LIVER CARE FOUNDATION , NEW DELHI by nitinsyal Patient Expert The Liver and Blood Flow Systemic circulation: Oxygenated blood that has returned from the lungs... to the lungs and then returned to the left side of the heart after taking up oxygen and giving off carbon...
Bridge Week Day 1 by CCLCM Student .. Medical Student who was absolutely hysterical. Now I will always remember that alveolar lung infiltrates are patchy, while interstitial lung infiltrates are grainy! The last station was fun too. First, we stitched a quilt...
Syncope and Flash Pulmonary Edema with T-wave Inversions in V1-V3 by Stephen Smith . What appears to be pulmonary edema on chest X-ray may, in fact, be infarct or infiltrate.  2. The ECG....  She denied SOB or Chest pain.  Pulse oximetry was 95%.  Lung and heart exams were normal. A bedside echo...
Digital Case Challenge: Pleuropulmonary amyloidosis by Mark Pool, MD interstitial thickening and thickened vessel walls without significant interstitial inflammation... thickened interstitium with amorphous eosinophilic material.  Note lack of interstitial inflammation...
September 26, 2011 by Michael B. again and said that I was feeling better, overall, but I just can’t shake this nagging cough.  I then suggested a chest x-ray..., said it is better to be safe than sorry.  She then asked if I could get the x-ray done with my primary, Dr. M...
Systemic sclerosis (scleroderma) from Standard of Care by Jan as a result of interstitial lung disease. Leading causes of death from scleroderma are from pulmonary.... Oral cyclophosphamide in patients with symptomatic interstitial lung disease have small but statistical...
Is Your Disease on the RARE List™ – If So, More Bad News! by Chris H. X-linked adrenoleukodystrophy, Childhood-Onset Schizophrenia, Children’s interstitial lung disease..., Adenoameloblastoma, Adenocarcinoid tumor, Adenocarcinoma of lung, Adenocarcinoma of the appendix, Adenoid cystic...

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Introduction to Quit Smoking

If you are a smoker, the single most important thing you can do to improve your health and wellbeing is to quit smoking. It is definitely not easy, but you can do it, if you decide you want to.

Why is smoking bad for you?

Most people already know that smoking is bad for them. The list of health problems that it causes is quite remarkable for a government-regulated, legal product. Many smokers are focused on the fear of developing lung cancer. While it is true that the risk of death from lung cancer is 12 times greater that if you do not smoke, it turns out that your increased risk of dying from smoking is largely attributed to heart disease, because if you smoke, your risk of dying from heart disease is 6 times greater than the relatively high risk among non smokers.

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