This PALS Quiz focuses on the management pediatric respiratory distress and failure.
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Anaphylaxis would be categorized under which type of respiratory problem?CorrectIncorrect
The major contributor to upper airway obstruction with anaphylaxis is airway swelling. What interventions are specifically directed at reducing or stopping airway swelling? ( choose all correct answers)CorrectIncorrect
Other than airway obstruction, what is a major symptom that can occur with anaphylaxis?CorrectIncorrect
When intervening for the infant or child with foreign-body airway obstruction, if the patient becomes unresponsive you should _____________.CorrectIncorrect
The two most common causes of lower airway obstruction are __________ and __________.CorrectIncorrect
(True or False)
Both bronchiolitis and asthma can present with the symptom of wheezing?CorrectIncorrect
After providing interventions for the initial management of asthma (lower airway obstruction, choose the intervention(s) below that are specific to the treatment of mild to moderate asthma.CorrectIncorrect
For cases of moderate to severe asthma and also for impending respiratory failure related to asthma, what medication can be given continuously by the inhaled route if needed?CorrectIncorrect
What is one treatment that is specific to impending respiratory failure associated with status asthmaticus?CorrectIncorrect
The goal of management of acute asthma should be _________________.CorrectIncorrect