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Bronchiolitis vs Croup vs Epiglottitis

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Viral infection Croup + Bronchiolitis
Abrupt and rapidly progressive onset Epiglottitis
Classic presentation is open mouth, protruding tongue, and drooling Epiglottitis
Hoarseness and/or “barky” cough Croup
The child is often agitated and lacks a spontaneous cough Epiglottitis
Affects the larynx, trachea, and bronchi Croup
High humidity with cool mist oxygen therapy provides relief for most children Croup
Has an immunization Epiglottitis
Worse at night Croup
Obstructive inflammatory process that occurs between ages 3 and 7 Epiglottitis
Caused by RSV Bronchiolitis
Decreased mucociliary clearance Bronchiolitis
Targets Premature Infants Bronchiolitis
Chest Xray shows hyperinflation Bronchiolitis
The antiviral medication: Ribavirin is administered Bronchiolitis
Created by: struglife