Why Did The Spirometry Check Up Instead Throw Up And Cough Up Blood?
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Spirometry or lung function test is an examination carried out using a spirometry tool to assess lung function and diagnose lung disease. This examination is carried out in asthma, COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), electrical fibrosis, pulmonary fibrosis, emphysema and chronic bronchitis. You can find out more about this examination here and here.
After the examination, the patient may experience dizziness and shortness of breath. Vomiting that you feel may be related to dizziness. However, the incidence of coughing up blood has never been reported to occur due to this examination. Coughing up blood can occur if you apply pressure or a strong gust of air through the esophagus resulting in ruptured blood vessels. Coughing up blood will be bright red in small amounts. If this is the cause, you don't need to worry because coughing up of blood won't last long and isn't fatal. A ruptured blood vessel will soon undergo repair.
Coughing up blood can also indicate a serious illness, such as bronchitis, bronchitis, lung infection, pulmonary embolism, heart disease etc. You must be careful if coughing up blood continues for more than 24 hours or blood that comes out with coughing in large quantities. If so, you should immediately consult a lung doctor. In order to be carried out further examination and treatment in accordance with the cause.
Meanwhile, avoid screaming or making a loud noise. Consume lots of water, especially warm water. Also consume squeezed oranges mixed with honey brewed with warm water. This herb is useful to relieve complaints of cough that you experience.
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