Causes And Treatment Of Bronchitis And COPD?
I’m 30 years old, don’t smoke.
From the information you convey, the presence of hyperaeration and an increase in the vascular pattern which is described from the results of the X-ray examination, indicates an increase in the picture of air retained in the patient's airways which can be progressive.
This picture shows a sign of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, which can be caused by chronic bronchitis or emphysema. Meanwhile, bronchitis that is not treated properly will increase the risk of acute exacerbations of COPD.
Therefore, the radiological results give the conclusion of bronchitis and COPD.
In patients with bronchitis, inflammation of the bronchial tubes or airways causes complaints of shortness of breath, fever and cough. If the cough persists for 3 months and is accompanied by a productive cough and shortness of breath that may get worse.
Therefore, you should continue to consult directly with your pulmonologist for further examination and treatment of your clinical condition. If necessary, blood tests will be planned to determine your general condition.
Treatment and management will be given according to the results of the examination obtained.
What you need to do is avoid physical exhaustion, avoid pollution, cigarettes, industrial dust to reduce the burden on the lungs.
That's the information we can convey, also read COPD.