The most common complication that can develop in a client with long history of smoking isThe most common complication that can develop in a client with long history of smoking is

 


Q. The most common complication that can develop in a client with long history of smoking is

(a) Peptic ulcer

(b) Cardiopulmonary disease and lung cancer

(c) Stress-related illness

(d) Diabetes and obesity

Lung :– It is one of two cone-shaped spongy organs of respiration contained within the pleural cavity of the thorax.The lung connected with the pharynx through the trachea and larynx. The base of each lung apex on the diaphragm, and each lung apex rises from 2.5 to 5cm above the sternal end of the first rib, the collarbone, supported by its attachment to the hilum. The lungs include the lobes, lobules, bronchi, bronchioles, alveoli or air sacs and pleural covering.

The right lung has three lobes and the left lung has two lobes.The left lung has an indentation called the cardiac depression, for the normal placement of the heart. Behind this is the hilum, through which the blood vessels, lymphatics and bronchi enter and leave the lung.

Function of lung:- The lung is to bring air and blood into intimate contact so that oxygen can be added to the blood and corbon dioxide removed from it.this is achieved by two pumping systems, one moving a gas and the other a liquid. The blood and air are brought together so closely that only approx.

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