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Case Study on COPD Name Institution Case Study on COPD Heart Failure Hypertension and Diabetes Mellitus What clinical findings correlate with M.K.’s chronic bronchitis? What type of treatment and recommendations would be appropriate for M.K.’s chronic bronchitis? CLO-2 3 The PaO2 and the hematocrit values correlate to M.K.’s chronic bronchitis. The hematocrit is usually increased in patients with a PaO2 that is less than 55mmHg. It can also occur in patients who experience nocturnal desaturation. However the increased hematocrit is majorly present in patients with chronic bronchitis. The type of treatment to the M.K’s chronic bronchitis is smoking cessation; it is the most efficient therapeutic interventions for the COPD. The following stages are important in managing the disease. Mild obstruction in this stage a short-acting bronchodilator is required. Moderate obstruction at this stage it requires cardiopulmonary rehabilitation long-acting bronchodilator and a short-acting bronchodilator. Severe obstruction requires cardiopulmonary rehabilitation long-acting while levels of 6.5% and above implies the person has diabetes. In the case of diabetes mellitus advanced level of glycated hemoglobin reflects poor control of blood sugar level. It has a high proximity to nephropathy cardiovascular disease retinopathy and neuropathy. References Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) - Pulmonary Disorders - Merck Manuals Professional Edition. (n.d.). Retrieved from merckmanuals.com Dobbs  S. M. Kenyon  W. I. & Dobbs  R. J. (1977). Maintenance digoxin after an episode of heart failure: placebo-controlled trial in outpatients. BMJ 1(6063) 749-752. doi:10.1136 Mannino  D. M. Thorn  D. Swensen  A. & Holguin  F. (2008). Prevalence and outcomes of diabetes hypertension and cardiovascular disease in COPD. European Respiratory Journal 32(4) 962-969. doi:10.1183/09031936.00012408 Palatini  P. Mormino  P. Santonastaso  M. Mos  L. Dal Follo  M. Zanata  G. & Pessina  A. C. (1998). Target-Organ Damage in Stage I Hypertensive Subjects With White Coat and Sustained Hypertension: Results From the HARVEST Study. Hypertension 31(1) 57-63. doi:10.1161/01.hyp.31.1.57 [...]

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