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Emphysema is included under COPD, but the two are not synonymous. For example, a patient can be diagnosed with COPD without having emphysema, and could instead be suffering from chronic bronchitis. With emphysema, your lungs are damaged beyond repair.What are severe symptoms of COPD?
What are severe symptoms of COPD? People who have severe symptoms of COPD need to contact a healthcare provider or emergency services right away. Severe symptoms include 3: Confusion; Excess sleepiness; Difficulty catching breath/talking; Slowed mental functioning; Rapid heartbeat; These symptoms can be a sign that the patient is having a very ...Is COPD treatable or curable?
There's currently no cure for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), but treatment can help slow the progression of the condition and control the symptoms. Treatments include: stopping smoking – if you have COPD and you smoke, this is the most important thing you can do inhalers and tablets – to help make breathing easier