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Recognizing Pediatric Respiratory Conditions in the ED

Croup, asthma, bronchiolitis, bacterial tracheitis, epiglottitis: When children show up in your ED with respiratory distress, can you differentiate one condition from another? Drs. Sharieff and McCollough review the signs, symptoms, treatments, and guidelines of these disorders to help you provide better care to your younger patients.

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Ghazala Q. Sharieff, MD, MBA
Corporate Director, Physician Outreach and Medical Management, Scripps Health, San Diego, Clinical Professor, University of California, San Diego
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"This was an excellent, well-organized succinct presentation regarding the recognition signs and symptoms with diagnosis and treatment of bronchiolitis in the emergency department setting.  look forward to viewing the next section in your series on recognizing pediatric respiratory conditions in the emergency department. 

Your lecture was greatly enhanced by your experience and expertise as a Physician, in addition to your Board Certified in Emergency Medicine.  Moreover, your role in lecturing as the a Professor of Emergency Medicine @ the University of California Los Angeles in the School of Medicine and Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine. 

Great review of current therapy in the diagnosis and treatment regarding bronchiolitis. 

Thank You.

Valerie"
Valerie Ting, APRN-BC
Nurse Practitioner, Comprehensive Health Center
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"This was an excellent, well-organized succinct presentation regarding the recognition and treatment of Asthma in the emergency department setting.  I look forward to viewing the next section in your series on recognizing pediatric respiratory conditions in the ER.

Your lecture was greatly enhanced by your experience and expertise as a Physician in addition to your role of functioning as the Corporate Director Physician Outreach and Medical Management Scripps Health in San Diego, California.  As well as, your position as a practicing Clinical Professor @ the University of California in San Diego, California.

Great review of guidelines risks factors, the current therapy use regarding nebulizers, MDI and steroids.

I do believe that the elderly and very  young children with poor hand and eye coordination and limited ability to use an inhaler with a spacer need a nebulizer for their treatment.  It is difficult to believe that children in the study as young as 1 were  were able to properly use the equipment.  I believe it was 30 with the ages 1-4 years who used the MDI with a spacer. 

Again, a great program!

Thank You.

Valerie"
Valerie Ting, APRN-BC
Nurse Practitioner, Comprehensive Health Center
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