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Obstructive vs Restrictive Disease

Obstructive diseases affect all of the following EXCEPT:airways, expiration, increased airway resistance, tidal volume tidal volume
obstructive pulmonary disease and restrictive pulmonary disease sometimes occur as a mixed impairment: true or false true
what is the primary problem in Obstructive diseases? increased airway resistance
what is the primary problem in restrictive diseases? reduced lung compliance, thoracic compliance or both
moderate Obstructive disease will give you an FEV1 result of 50-59% True or False false
The ERV can be normal or reduced in restrictive lung diseases; True or false true
Asthma is considered what kind of disease? obstructive
A patient with restrictive lung disease has a ________ of VC. reduction
symptoms of obstructive disease include the following: cough, phlegm production, SOB, all of the above all of the above
A COPD patient with an FEV1/FVC <70% and FEV1<30% or FEV<50% is at what stage of the disease: very severe(stage IV)
A patient with an RV less than 1.20L is said to have what kind of disease? restrictive
A 20 year old patient was referred to the PFT lab, his results were as follows: FRC 2.23L, RV 1.00L, VT 355mL; based on these findings we can conclude that this patient has what kind of a disease? restrictive
A patient with a TLC of 80% less than the predicted value is said to have; a restrictive disease
A 45 year old male with a decreased PEFR is said to have; an obstructive disease
The DLCO in Obstructive and restrictive diseases can be reduced or normal: true or false true
If your patient is having difficulty with his inspiration, you would suspect he has a: restrictive disease
obstructive disease affect patients flow rate: true or false true
Cystic Fibrosis is an example of an: obstructive disease
neuromuscular diseases can result in restrictive type pulmonary impairments because they mainly affect the function of what muscle? inspiratory muscles
PFTs provide the basis for classifying obstructive and restrictive diseases; true or false true
Created by: nohemi1201
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