Dr Muhammad Saad Ali, Dr Nageen Javaid, Dr Muhammad Usman
Objectives: This research work aimed to assess the association among MPI (Mycoplasma Pneumonia Infection) and the extremity of disease of asthma and the control of asthma, to support the doctors in the department of respiratory diseases for the betterment of the therapy methods. Methodology: The recruitment of the one hundred and forty-nine patients suffering from asthma in an acute phase or convalescent phase from March 2016 to June 2018 who were getting treatment from the department of respiratory diseases in DHQ Hospital Gujranwala. The tests for the function of pulmonary, examination of the sputum induction, calculation of IgM, IgG & IgE in the blood serum and the assessment of the control of asthma conducted for the all the inducted patients of this study. Results: Seventy eight patients of asthma were in the acute phase of asthma, MPI was available in 48.71% (n: 38) patients and seventy one patients were available in stable state, MPI was present in 30.98% (n: 28). There was a clear disparity in the frequency of MPI among the patients of these 2 groups. FEV1% Pred & scores of ACT were very low in the patients of MPI as compared to the patients with no MPI whereas the count of eosinophil & IgE in the serum were very high in the patients of MPI. Conclusions: MPI us able to play a vital part in the prevalence of acute asthma which is the reason of reduced function of pulmonary, complication in the control of asthma & more serious inflammation of the airway. Keywords: Sever, Complication, Serum, Pulmonary, Disparity, Stable, Sputum, Acute.