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Western Medicine Therapies


1. Antibiotic treatment

2. Antiviral therapy

3. Anti-inflammatory and anti asthmatic

4. Prevent and treat possible complications

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease(COPD)
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease(COPD) is a disease that can be prevented and treated with persistent airflow restriction. The airflow limitation is usually progressive and associated with inflammatory response of the airway and lung tissue to toxic gases or particles. It mainly affects the lung, however, it may also cause harmful effects to the whole body. COPD may contains various complications which may effect patients' overall severity level.

Etiological treatment: keep the airways open, relieve bronchospasm and eliminate sputum. Prevent upper respiratory tract infection, chronic bronchitis, bronchial asthma, etc.

Oxygen therapy: low-flow oxygen or continuous oxygen therapy. It can improves exercise endurance and reduces heart's burden.

Non Invasive Ventilation treatment: It can effectively to relieves respiratory muscle fatigue, to improves exchange of oxygen and removes carbon dioxide in patients. It also reduces the risk of endotracheal intubation.

Sputum elimination machine: A vibration against to alveolar wall and diluted phlegm, in order to relieve airway obstruction.

Related complications and treatment methods

Pulmonary heart disease and failure: Active treatment of primary disease, oxygen absorption and ventilator treatment.

Spontaneous pneumothorax after alveolar rupture and large-scale of lung collapse: limited activity, closed thoracic drainage.

Respiratory failure and pulmonary encephalopathy: Active treatment of primary disease, oxygen absorption and ventilator treatment.

Malnutrition: Scientific diet guided by Nutrition department from Clifford Hospital.

Anxiety and depression: Psychotherapy diagnosis by Psychiatry department from Clifford Hospital.
Osteoporosis: Calcium supplements, anti-osteoporosis, heliotherapy.

Loss of self-care ability: Teach caregivers and patients’ families to complete the rehabilitation exercise and the associated nursing.
Respiratory Department also specialize in treating respiratory tract infections, pulmonary alveolar proteinosis, hemoptysis, pleural effusion, pneumothorax, etc. 

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