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´╗┐Obstructive aviation routes disease COPD Asthma Gordon Christie Consultant Respiratory Physician ARI

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Objectives Diagnosis & appraisal of seriousness Appropriate examination When to allude Empirical treatment Chronic malady Acute intensifications

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Asthma COPD What is it? No genuinely attractive definition Reversible wind current confinement Bronchial hyperreactivity Eosinophilic wind current irritation Better defined Irreversible wind current obstacle Gradually dynamic Inflammation Usually smoking related

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Emphysema (Pathology) Chronic Bronchitis (Symptoms) COPD (Fixed wind current hindrance ) Asthma (Reversible Airflow check )

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Epidemiology Asthma Point pervasiveness ~8-10% in kids, 5% in grown-ups Severe illness a great deal less regular Complex hereditary natural communication COPD Point commonness 1.5-2% Much undiscovered symptomatic ailment Much asymptomatic wind current constraint (?5-8% of grown-up populace)

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COPD: Causation In the UK Overwhelmingly cigarette smoking Dose reaction relationship to smoking introduction Rare under 20 pack years Occupational tidy presentation of minor (& declining) significance Some people at high hereditary risk Alpha 1 antitrypsin lack Rare familial vulnerability Passive smoking of minor significance

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Impact on NHS Grampian Catchment populace 560,000 (~1% of UK) Relatively low hardship

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Making a determination Asthma Common at all ages Usually mellow Usually factor indications Characterized by intensifications May well be undiscovered Usually visit "mid-section contaminations" or "bronchitis" Smokers get immaculate asthma excessively ! Be that as it may, may not react to breathed in steroid so well

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COPD Predominantly a sickness of more seasoned grown-ups Rare under 40 Uncommon under 50 Strong measurement reaction relationship to smoking introduction Uncommon under 20 pack years

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Assessing the short of breath patient Is there a current diagnosis? Is it right?? How breathless? MRC1:Breathless on critical effort MRC2:Breathless on direct effort MRC3: Breathless strolling with possess age MRC4: Breathless on insignificant effort MRC5: Breathless very still

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History Duration of breathlessness COPD long history, continuously dynamic; may require watchful history taking to evoke Asthma traditionally manifestation changeability Often connected with triggers Nocturnal side effects Exacerbations: markers of seriousness/unsteadiness Childhood indications/school absence Often repetitive "bronchitis" or "pneumonia"

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Investigations Oximetry ... hypoxaemia is terrible Spirometry Fundamental If ordinary speculate asthma Peak stream Need to look for fluctuation after some time (no less than 2 weeks) More itemized aspiratory work Gas exchange 6 minute walk Chest X beam Primarily to avoid different determinations (LVF, ILD and so forth)

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Severe wind stream block Normal (youthful, tall, male) Spirometry

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Peak stream changeability

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Peak stream Test for asthma Need 2 weeks or more recorded First 3-4 days can for the most part be disposed of (practice impact) Look for 20% inconstancy Some inconstancy is physiological Look for morning plunges & plunges with symptomatic periods Useful with trial of treatment But recollect timescale of treatment impact

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Pulmonary capacity testing Main trial of discriminant esteem is gas exchange Measure of lung parenchymal function Reduced (for the most part altogether <50% anticipated) in huge COPD Correlates with illness seriousness Normal or supranormal in asthma Functional tests: principally survey severity 6 minute walk Desaturation is unpropitious Shuttle walk Formal cardiopulmonary practice testing Limited accessibility

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Other tests CXR: Primarily to bar clear LVF, ILD and so forth. NOT an indicative test for aviation route illness! ECG: Primarily to bar IHD however recall RV changes Echocardiography Remember PA weight/RV hypertrophy & dilatation HRCT Can be useful surveying auxiliary emphysema (typically pointless as analysis effectively made) Invaluable in evaluation of interstitial lung infection

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Making a diagnosis:COPD Symptoms Exacerbations Smoking history Signs of hyperinflation clinically if serious Spirometry affirms hindrance & relates with seriousness Significant capacity confinement <50% anticipated Often housebound <1 liter total FEV1 Gas exchange may help if questionable Beware pneumonic hypertension if propelled ailment May justify reverberate, 6 minute walk HRCT once in a while fundamental

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Making a finding: Asthma Variable exertional windedness Childhood & family history basic History of precipitants (work out, felines, icy, dust, paint, aroma) Associated atopy (hayfever, dermatitis) Peripheral blood eosinophilia, raised aggregate & particular IgE Persistent side effects (hack, sputum, wheeze) suggest poor control Usually no signs on examination & ordinary spirometry Peak stream changeability normal, trial of treatment valuable Sometimes perpetual wind current restriction unclear from COPD yet practice resilience superior to anticipated from spirometry & gas exchange protected

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When to allude Early! (..the medications set aside opportunity to work) Concurrent with trial of observational treatment Concurrent with solicitations for extra direct tests (pneumonic capacity, reverberate fundamentally) If genuine analytic uncertainty Poorly controlled sickness (diligent side effects, visit intensifications) Advanced illness COPD with low supreme FEV1, proof of right heart disappointment Asthma with noteworthy settled wind current confinement

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When to treat experimentally Majority of circumstances If persuading history & confirmation of wind stream obstacle Response to treatment frequently accommodating in optional appraisal With checking of results (pinnacle stream diagram, audit with rehash spirometry), more often than not following 6-8 weeks treatment

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Empirical treatment Should be intended to accomplish quick results in setting of preassessment Drugs are (by and large) safe in fleeting at high measurements Mainstay is breathed in corticosteroid (beclometasone, budesonide, fluticasone) Usually consolidated with long acting beta2 agonist (salmeterol, formoterol) Bronchodilator for manifestation help Salbutamol, terbutaline

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Inhalers made eas(ier).. Conventional pressurized MDIs... Convey 10-15% measurement to the lungs Delivered dosage multiplied by spacers Are hard to utilize require coordination & timing Doses changing with CFC free inhalers Deposition examples may change with CFC inhalers (littler breathed in particles) Breath activated gadgets (easibreathe and so forth.) Much enjoyed by wellbeing financial specialists extrapolating from RCTs, less supported by patients & their specialists

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Dry powder inhalers Better medication statement (up to 30-35% conveyed measurements) Simpler to utilize (no prerequisite for timing) Effective even at low pinnacle inspiratory stream Often favored by patients Better scope of mix breathed in steroid/LABA items accessible

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Practical observational treatment Start reliever bronchodilator (generally salbutamol 200mcg as required) Start consolidated ICS/LABA Seretide (50-100-125-250-500 mcg fluticasone ; 50mcg salmeterol ) Symbicort (100-200-400 mcg budesonide ; 6-12 mcg formoterol ) Monitor results Peak stream (if asthma) Clinical survey with rehash spirometry in 6-8 weeks

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Treatment: COPD COPD Recent trials TORCH (COPD, FEV1<60% anticipated; RCT, n=6000, fake treatment versus fluticasone 500 mcg bd alone versus salmeterol 50 mcg bd versus joined fluticasone 500mcg-salmeterol 50mcg bd more than 3 years) Exacerbations, lung work & personal satisfaction all enhanced with all dynamic teatment Lung work enhanced with blend, salmeterol alone Effects of mix treatment added substance contrasted with single medications alone Borderline impact on mortality (p=0.052!) Combination likely speaks to ebb and flow standard of think Some worry about expanded occurrence of pneumonia more than 3 year followup

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COPD: Drug decisions INSPIRE: ICS/LABA versus Tiotropium (long acting anticholinergic bronchodilator) Both enhanced personal satisfaction, lung work, lessened intensifications Combination better than tiotropium Cochrane audit recommends mix treatment does not have mortality advantage Clear advantages in worsening recurrence (down 30-40%), personal satisfaction & lung work (albeit last are unassuming) UPLIFT: Tiotropium versus fake treatment Reduction in compounding recurrence & enhanced personal satisfaction No mortality advantage (P=0.09) Increased rate of vascular demise reported in US meta investigation of anticholinergic treatment in COPD (however not UPLIFT) No trials of mix ICS/LABA/long acting anticholinergic

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Other medications Mucolytics 2 great trials (BRONCUS, PEACE) proposing decreased fuel recurrence in breathed in steroid gullible just Much less expensive & applicable in asset poor settings, less so in UK Theophylline Few great trials yet widely utilized Probably more secure than was accepted utilized at low measurements; no compelling reason to pursue "restorative" medication levels Narrow helpful file "Boutique" theophyllines ( rofilumilast , cilomilast on skyline)- misty if extra advantage legitimizes cost Nebulisers Inefficient-conveyed tranquilize measurements as a rule ~5% Useful intensely Not for upkeep treatment

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Pulmonary recovery Usually physiotherapist drove 10 week course, twice week after week sessions Variety of projects yet typically Exercise (circuits, abdominal area) Breathing control, pacing Education/expectant care Smoking suspension Impressive impacts Significant change in practice work Improvement in personal satisfaction (more noteworthy than medication impacts) Shorter readmissions (however not really less) Developing enthusiasm for "intense" aspiratory recovery around intense intensifications

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..so what do I do? Energize SMOKING CESSATION! Brief exhortation Refer to nearby administration Bronchodilator for side effect help Combined breathed in steroid/long acting bronchodilator Currently Ser

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