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FAIL ACUTE BREATH

FAIL ACUTE BREATH

Acute respiratory failure is the failure of gas exchange in the lung, marked by the downs in arterial oxygen levels (hypoxemia) or rising levels of carbon dioxide (hypercarbia) or a combination thereof.
criteria for diagnosis in patients who breathe the air in the room get the results of blood gas analysis:
1. PaO2 less than 60 mmHg
2. PaCO2 more than 49 mmHg without any disruption of primary metabolic alkalosis

ETIOLOGY OF BREATH FAIL ACUTE DISEASE
respiratory failure can be caused by a wide - range of both acute and chronic diseases that become acute again (acute on chronic). Acute respiratory failure can also arise from chronic lung disease, especially chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (PPOM or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), which became acute again (acute on chronic respiratory failure).
in this case causes obstruction of breath in hypersecretion, mucosal edema and bronchi spasms. bronchi spasm frequently occurs in asthma. Chronic bronchitis can develop int…