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Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) ... You can also help prevent future exacerbations by avoiding triggers, such as air pollution, tobacco smoke, and chemical fumes.What is the prognosis for COPD?
Summary COPD is a heterogeneous disease without a simple prognostic trajectory. For ambulatory patients, age, degree of dyspnea, weight loss (BMI), functional status, and FEV1 are relevant prognostic factors for predicting 1-3 year survival. For hospitalized patients, the same factors are relevant.What are the different types of COPD exacerbations?
Exacerbations of Stage I, or mild COPD, to Stage II, or moderate COPD, often include shortness of breath upon exertion and a cough that brings up mucus and other matter from the respiratory tract. During an exacerbation, this matter, or sputum, could be different in quantity, color, and thickness than is typical for the patient.