COPD Prevention and Management
Patient with COPD faces difficulty in clearing their lungs; with
bacteria, dusts and other pollutants presents in surrounding environment. Self-Management
mediations help patients with Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
procure and hone the aptitudes they have to do disease specific medical
regimens, direct changes in wellbeing conduct and provide enthusiastic support
to enable patients to control their disease.
Previously, acute toxicity was associated with occupational exposures to
concentrations of soluble beryllium salts greater than 100 ?g/m3.
With the start of industrial control measures to minimize air levels, acute
pulmonary syndromes have virtually disappeared in respective to COPD. Smoking bans in public
areas and places of work are important measures to decrease exposure to
secondhand smoke. Usage of proper stove and chimneys may improve indoor air
quality by 85%, by using alternative energy sources. Powerful dust control
can be accomplished by enhancing ventilation, utilizing water sprays and by
utilizing mining strategies that minimize dust generation