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What to do if I have to come up with short term effects of cystic fibrosis ( social ) and long term effects of cystic fibrosis ( intellectual) any ideas?

What to do if I have to come up with short term effects of cystic fibrosis ( social ) and long term effects of cystic fibrosis ( intellectual) any ideas?

Study your texts: The question appears to be an assignment and not amenable to a 400 character site answer.Your instructors will expect you to consult your texts and become proficient in related jargon. The answer has filled chapters in many written texts or research articles. ...Read more

Dr. William Walsh
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Cystic Fibrosis (Definition)

Cystic fibrosis is a genetic disorder of the lungs and digestive tract. It causes recurrent lung infections and inhibits growth in patients. Average life expectancy of patients with cystic fibrosis ...Read more


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Help please? How long do people with cystic fibrosis and diabetes live to be ?

Help please? How long do people with cystic fibrosis and diabetes live to be ?

Treatment/infections: The life expectancy for cystic fibrosis has improved over the last decade. With close follow up, adherence to your medications, nutrition and exercise, you can improve your overall health. In addition, when there are flare ups called exacerbations, prompt treatment with antibiotics to treat the particular bacteria cultured is indicated. Prmgpedspulm can review records at fax 858 259 9689. ...Read more

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How long does cystic fibrosis jaundice in newborn lasts?

CF: If your child as been diagnosed with CF please find a skilled health care practitionner to help you manage all the issues surrounding cf. ...Read more

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How long would someone with cystic fibrosis be expected to live after a double lung transplant?

How long would someone with cystic fibrosis be expected to live after a double lung transplant?

Averages: At one year 90 percent of CF patients are alive after lung transplant; the number falls to around 60% at 5 years and 10-15% at 10 years. Double lung transplant patients tend to do better than single lung transplant recipients (probably because they have more reserve if they develop rejection). ...Read more

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Due to poor weight gain, developmental delays, sweating - my nephew is being tested for cystic fibrosis- how long does one live with this?

Cystic fibrosis: Highly variable and dependent upon whether there is complete penetrance, the management, and so on. These days have seen CF patients live much much longer than previously and with new therapies developing they may be quite treatable. ...Read more

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What can cause cystic fibrosis and what are its effects on the body?

Genetic: It's a genetic disease and it has numerous effects on various parts of the body, mainly the respiratory system and the gastrointestinal system. http://www.cff.org/AboutCF/ ...Read more

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How can cystic fibrosis affect p.I.E.S development?

Certainly: Cystic Fibrosis (CF) most common life-limiting genetic disorder of Caucasians, affecting approximately 30K people in the US.A, impacting mainly respiratory function. In recent years patients symptoms better controlled by genetic findings and better medications.Emotional & phys. development depend on severity, time in hospital, complications.Morb. & mort.factors afect emotional,cognitive behavior. ...Read more

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I have symptoms of cystic fibrosis. Is it possible to start show the symptoms in my 30's?

Yes: Yes it is possible. Presentation of cystic fibrosis varies greatly, and it is possible, depending on your specific mutation (and other factors) to present at a later age. In order to prevent late diagnoses, all states now have a newborn screen in place for cystic fibrosis. ...Read more

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