Teaching Respiratory Diseases in Bedside Paediatrics

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Unformatted text preview: Teaching Respiratory Diseases in Teaching Respiratory Diseases in Bedside Paediatrics Bedside Paediatrics Dr. Pushpa Raj Sharma Professor of Child Health Institute of Medicine Why children are brought to Kanti Childrens Hospital? Fever Cough or difficulty in breathing. Diarrhoea/Vomiting Not feeding well Abdominal pain Rash A child with cough or difficulty in breathing Triage by symptoms Convulsion/drowsy Grunting Bluish spell Persistent vomiting Inability to swallow/drooling of saliva Triage by signs Glasgow coma scale Stridor/chest in- drawing/flaring of ale nasi Cyanosis Dehydration Epiglottitis/peritonsila r abscess/ retropharyngeal abscess Detailed history: Present illness Entry questions Threading questions Duration of symptoms Onset of symptoms Risk factors Treatments Other system involvement Does your child can lie flat while sleeping?...
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