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peds 27

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what age usually require most assertive immobilization techniques 6 months to 2 years
what is epiglottitis usually caused by haemophilus influenzae
what age group do peak incidences of epiglottitis occur 3 to 6
acute respiratory obstruction, high fever and dysphagia are common symptoms of what epiglottitis
what are classic x ray indicators for suspected child abuse posterior rib fractures, corner fractures and bucket-handle fractures of limbs
what type of surveys are recommended for suspected child abuse skeletal
three frequently used immobilization tools for pediatrics velcro compression band (bucky or body band), strip of reusable velcro and bookends
2 immobilization devices pigg o stat, octagonal infant immobilization cradle
pigg o stat requires how many people to use 2
octagonal immobilizer requires how many people for the initial positioning 2
what are hip exams most often ordered to assess legg-calve-perthes disease, congenital hip dislocation, nonspecific hip pain
what type of immobilizaton technique should be used when doing the skull on pt 3 and under bunny
on the skull what tube angle modification should be used from adults to pediatrics on average decrease of cr angle by 5 degrees
what immobilization is useful for infants to young children when examining the abdomen pigg-o-stat
what immobilization is useful for younger children when doing GI and GU procedues octagonal immobilizer
what is bone age study for and what projections to evaluate degree of skeletal maturation, AP of left hand and wrist
for bone age on 1 to 2 year olds what projection is included AP left knee
what is the most common cause of respiratory distress between 6 months and 3 years foreign bodies aspirated
what is the most common ingested foreign body coins
to locate ingested foreign bodies what images are done neck, chest and abdomen
What is the modality of choice for evaluation of spinal cord injuries ( tethered cords lipomyelomeningoceles, neoplass, myelination, congenital anomalies MRI
what it the modality of choice for myelography CT
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