Lung Disease Tests - Types of Test, Costs, Symptoms, Procedure, Benefits and More..

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Lung Problems, or respiratory issues, refer to conditions that affect the lungs and the ability to breathe properly. These can include: Respiratory infections such as the common cold, flu, bronchitis, or pneumonia etc., asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), lung cancer, pulmonary fibrosis, pulmonary embolism, respiratory allergies etc.

Treatment for lung problems may vary depending on the specific condition and its severity, and may include medications, lifestyle changes, respiratory therapies, oxygen therapy, or surgical interventions. Early diagnosis and management of lung problems are important for maintaining respiratory health and overall well-being.

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Frequently Asked Questions


The Lung function tests (also known as the pulmonary function tests) include your multiple tests that would check how well the lungs would work. The most basic test is called the Spirometry. This test also measures amount of air that lungs could hold. This test also measures how you could forcefully empty the air from your lungs.

  • Respiratory Infections
  • Allergies
  • Trouble Breathing
  • Recent Surgery
  • Chronic Lung Conditions
  •  Asthma
  • Bronchiectasis
  •  Emphysema
  •  Chronic Bronchitis

The Most common and the early warning symptoms of the Lung Issues include the following:

  • Shortness Of Breath
  • Mucus
  • Wheeze
  • Chest Tightness
  • Fatigue
  • Tiredness
  • Acute Bronchitis
  • Pneumonia

The CRP Test is the C-reactive protein (CRP) test is also the blood test that in general determines your reduced lung function. In addition to this, your CRP test is a marker for inflammation. According to the research, the CRP values are considered to be moderately high found among the different patients suffering from viral upper respiratory tract infections.

The FeNO term stands for the fractional exhaled nitric oxide. When one would be asked to breathe out, the breath would let you know of the inflamed airways. The FeNO test also measures nitric oxide in breath. It helps in detection of inflammation in the airways.

The Blood tests to confirm your infection identifies causing the illness. The Chest X-ray could look for the extent of the inflammation in lungs. Apart from that, the Pulse oximetry would measure your oxygen level in blood. Pneumonia could also prevent the lungs from moving the enough oxygen into the bloodstream.

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