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. (2011) norma api 650 traduzida portugues download gratis 11. Field of the Invention
This invention relates generally to a method of treating pulmonary disorders, particularly emphysema, and more particularly relates to a novel method of relieving symptoms and improving quality of life by removing and repairing tissue damage of pulmonary function and stimulating lung growth.
2. Description of the Prior Art
The human lung produces a specific volume of air inhaled and exhaled in a normal day. If the volume is greater than the lung’s capacity, the exhaled air returns to the lung’s alveoli, and the air is re-inhaled. Inflation of the lung’s alveoli results in oxygen being extracted from the inhaled air by the blood and transported to the body’s cells for use as an energy source. When the lung’s capacity is exceeded, the resulting pressure in the alveoli exceeds the amount of pressure in the lung’s blood vessels, thus causing an imbalance in the pressure of the blood and alveoli. After expiration, the pressure in the alveoli decreases and the blood pressure returns to its normal level. The return of blood pressure is dependent upon the pressure gradient of the alveoli.
If the pressure in the alveoli is not dissipated and allows an increase in pressure in the blood vessels, the pressure gradient is maintained causing a decreased blood flow due to lack of oxygen to the lung tissue. Because the tissues of the lung are unable to use oxygen in the blood, the alveoli become distended, the alveoli walls lose their elasticity and become emphysematous. Consequently, the lung’s capacity is reduced and the air is not completely re-inhaled.
Excess damage or deterioration of the lung tissue or emphysematous change of the lung tissue is known to be caused by an impaired oxygenation of the blood, either in the alveolar or pulmonary capillary blood, through, for example, injuries to the lung surface, or through inhalation of substances such as chlorine, methane, chlorine, chlorine dioxide, and the like, that cause alveolar damage, or through an impaired phagocytosis of the lung tissues. Other pulmonary diseases and disorders result in an insufficient removal of the substances that impregnate the alveoli and inhibit their function, such as substances from smoking cigarettes, tar, and the