Pulmonary Function

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Lou is a 35-year-old who presents for evaluation of a cough. She is normally a healthy young lady with nosignificant medical history. She takes no medications and does not smoke. She reports that she was in her usualstate of good health until approximately three weeks ago when she developed a “really bad cold.” The cold is8/26/2021 Writers Hub – Freelance Writinghttps://www.writershub.org/writer/orders/785889#instructions 4/5characterized by a profound, deep, mucus-producing cough. She denies any rhinorrhea or rhinitis—the primaryproblem is a cough. She develops these coughing fits that are prolonged, very deep, and productive of a lot ofgreen sputum. She hasn’t had any fever but does have a scratchy throat. Lou has tried over-the-counter coughmedicines but has not had much relief. The cough keeps her awake at night and sometimes gets so bad that shegags and dry heaves.Instructions:
Identify the most likely condition that best explains the patient’s cough. Provide a description of the disorderand underlying respiratory alteration associated with the type of cough selected in the scenario.
Describe and explain the pathophysiologic process of the disease and underlying respiratory alterationassociated with the cough.
Describe common clinical manifestations associated with the disorder.Identify the causes and risk factors for the condition depicted in the chosen case.
Consider the following patient factors genetics, gender, ethnicity, age, or behavior. Select two patient factorsand discuss the influence of the factors chosen on the disorder.
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