Pediatrics Respiratory

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Section 1

Question Answer
steeple sign croup
thumbprint signepiglottits
diagnosis of vocal cord paralysisflexible bronchoscopy
causes of pneumonia in children under 5more likely to be viral
causes of pneumonia in children older than 5bacterial
chest x-ray of viral pneumoniastreaking, patchy
chest x-ray of bacterial pneumonialobar
chlamydia pneumonia1-3 months of age with insidious onset.
viral pneumoniahyperinflation with bilateral interstitial infiltrates and peribroncial cuffing.
pneumococcla pneumoniaconfluent lobar consolidation
mycoplasma pneumoniaunilateral of bilateral lower-lobe interstitial pneumonia looks worse than presentation
treatment for mild cases of croupcool mist therapy and fluids
treatment for moderate cases of croupmay require supplemental O2, or IM steroids and nebulized racemic epi
treatment for severe cases of croupnebulized racemic epi

Section 2

Question Answer
daytime symptoms of intermittent asthmaless than or equal to 2X a week
nighttime symptoms of intermittent asthmaless than 2X a month
daytime symptoms of mild persistent asthma greater than 2X a week
nighttime symptoms of mild persistent asthmagreater than 2X a month
treatment for mild persistent asthmaadd inhaled steroids and b-agonists for breakthrough
treatment for intermittnent asthmashort acting beta agonist as needed
daytime symptoms of moderate persistent asthmadaily
nighttime symptoms of moderate persistent asthmagreater than 1X a week
treatment for moderate persistent asthmainhaled steroids, add long acting beta agonist, short acting beta for breakthrough
daytime symptoms for severe persistent asthmacontinual
nighttime symptoms for severe persistent asthmafrequent
treatment for severe persistent asthmahigh dose inhaled steroid, long acting beta agonist, short acting beta agonist, systemic steroids,

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