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This nhn COPD Guide includes information about Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease that is written primarily to help COPD Patients better understand their condition and the range of COPD treatment options that are currently available:
The US Centers for Disease Control 2007 Life Tables show that average life expectancy varies with age, race, and gender. According to this data, in the US, average remaining life expectancy across all races at age 65 is 17.2 years for a male or 19.9 years for a female.
However, it is fully accepted that smoking, and the occurrence of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), both decrease average life expectancy.
According to the US National Institutes of Health, for a 65 year old:
- If you smoke you may expect to decrease your life expectancy by about 3.5 years
- If you have Stage 1 COPD you may expect to further decrease your life expectancy by about an additional 0.3 years
- If you have Stage 2 COPD you may expect to further decrease your life expectancy by about an additional 2.2 years
- If you have Stage 3 COPD you may expect to further decrease your life expectancy by about an additional 5.8 years
- If you have Stage 4 COPD you may expect to further decrease your life expectancy by about an additional 5.8 years
As well as the affect that COPD has in decreasing life expectancy, COPD patients should also expect a decrease in their quality of life, associated with their COPD Symptoms.
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