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ammatory disorder of the airway in which many cells and cellular elements play a role. Recurrent episode of wheezing, breathlessness and coughing are some signs and symptoms. The American Thoracic Society (ATS) COPD guidelines composed definitions for asthma, chronic bronchitis, emphysema, COPD and airflow obstruction and classified eleven separate disorders, as seen in the figure below. These guideline also recognised COPD as a respiratory disease where irreversible airflow interference is the underlying aspect, allowing COPD to be more clearly identified. Below is a non-proportional Venn diagram clearly distinguishing the eleven separate disorders in patients and the ways in which they overlap. (Gibson and Simpson, 2009) CAUSE: Normal lungs function by pulmonary ventilation where inhalation occurs that causes each air sac to fill with air, and exhalation causing them to deflate. External respiration then takes place where oxygen from the lungs is exchanged with carbon dioxide from the blood vessels surrounding the alveoli. The transport of respiratory gases proceeds this followed by internal respiration which involves the movement of oxygen from the blood vessels to the tissues and the movement of carbon dioxide from the tissues to the blood. When inhalation occurs, air from the atmosphere passes through the primary bronchus(trachea) followed by secondary bronchi, segmented bronchi, bronchioles and alveoli, the last point of division connected to blood vessels. The alveolar sac contains many alveoli and is connected to the terminal bronchiole by alveolar ducts. Normally during inspiration air moves freely through these sections of the respiratory system. Small capillaries surround the alveoli where gaseous exchange occurs. Normally the airways and alveoli are flexible and springy and during inhalation each air sac inflates and during exhalation they deflate. In COPD patients, the airways become narrow and inflamed and produce excessive mucus that may clog the airways, making it difficult to breathe. The walls of air sacs in the lungs are damaged, losing their elastic quality and the air sacs lose their shape. As airspaces get larger, air becomes trapped leading to fewer air sacs to supply oxygen to the blood (Willsie, 2009). It becomes harder for these air sacs to deflate like normal lungs as trapped air makes it increasingly difficult to get fresh air into the lungs, making breathing more challenging. Causes include smoking, long term exposure to second-hand smoke, air pollution, dust or workplace fumes and biomass exposure. In developed countries COPD is caused mainly by cigarette smoking w>GET ANSWER