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COPD – Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, mostly occurs due to exposure of smoking, biofuel, industrial pollutant, patient having chronic cough, septum producing breathing difficulty. This patient diagnosed by spirometry (Pulmonary Function Test) at our center we provide world best spirometry test – VYNTUS SPIRO JAENGE. We provide education for inhalation therapy, also provide information about nutrition & rehabilitation.

COPD stands for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. It is a group of progressive lung diseases that cause airflow blockage and breathing difficulties, including chronic bronchitis and emphysema. Chronic bronchitis is characterized by a persistent cough with mucus production, while emphysema damages the air sacs in the lungs that are responsible for exchanging oxygen and carbon dioxide. Both conditions lead to a narrowing of the airways and reduced lung function, making it harder to breathe.

COPD is most commonly caused by long-term exposure to irritants like cigarette smoke, air pollution, and workplace dust and chemicals.

COPD is often caused by long-term exposure to irritants like cigarette smoke, air pollution, and workplace dust and chemicals.

Symptoms of COPD include:

  • Shortness of breath, especially during physical activity
  • Chronic cough with mucus production
  • Wheezing
  • Chest tightness
  • Frequent respiratory infections
  • Fatigue

COPD is a chronic and progressive disease, meaning that it gradually worsens over time and can significantly impact a person’s quality of life. It can also lead to other health problems such as heart disease, lung cancer, and depression.

Cause of copd

  • The cause of COPD is long-term exposure to irritants that damage the lungs, typically cigarette smoke or other types of tobacco smoke. Other irritants that can cause COPD include air pollution, second hand smoke, occupational dust and chemicals, and indoor and outdoor air pollutants
  • When irritants enter the lungs, they cause inflammation and irritation that can lead to a narrowing of the airways and damage to the air sacs in the lungs. This damage and narrowing make it harder for air to flow in and out of the lungs, leading to the characteristic symptoms of COPD.

Diagnosis COPD

  • Medical history
  • Spirometry
  • Imaging tests
  • Blood tests
  • Pulmonary function tests

Needs expert examination, Early diagnosis and treatment can help slow the progression of the disease and improve quality of life.


There is no cure for COPD, but treatment can help manage symptoms, improve lung function, and slow the progression of the disease. Treatment may include:

  1. Medications: Bronchodilators, which are medications that relax the muscles around the airways, can help open up the airways and make it easier to breathe. Inhaled steroids can also be used to reduce inflammation in the airways.
  2. Oxygen therapy: If a person’s oxygen levels are low, supplemental oxygen may be needed to improve breathing and prevent complications.
  3. Pulmonary rehabilitation: This is a program of exercise, breathing techniques, and education that can help improve lung function, increase exercise tolerance, and reduce breathlessness.
  4. Lifestyle changes: Quitting smoking is the most important step someone with COPD can take to slow the progression of the disease. Eating a healthy diet, getting regular exercise, and avoiding exposure to irritants such as air pollution and second hand smoke can also help.
  5. Surgery: In some cases, surgery such as lung volume reduction surgery or a lung transplant may be recommended for severe cases of COPD.

It is important for individuals with COPD to work closely with an expert to develop a personalized treatment plan and to follow the plan consistently. Regular check-ups with an expert and ongoing monitoring of symptoms and lung function can help ensure that treatment is effective and adjusted as needed.