Pharm Test 2 Cont.

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Mainstay of treatment for chronic COPD inhaled glucocorticosteroidsWhat are the 3 types COPDChronic Bronchitis, Emphysema, and Asthma
Chronic Bronchitischronic productive cough x 3 months (in 2 successive years)
Emyphysemaabnormal enlargement of airspaces; destruction of airspace walls
Asthmachronic inflammatory disorder
This is a completely reversible airflow limitation by CD4+ T lymphocytes & eosinophilsAsthma
This is a completely irreversible airflow limitation by CD8+ T lymphocytes, macrophages, and neutrophilsCOPD
asthma triggered bysensitizing agent
COPD caused bynoxious agent
This type of bronchodilator is better for COPD and less useful for asthmaAnticholinergics
What type of bronchodilator is used on a long term basis to prevent bronchoconstriction in asthma and emphysema