respiratory distress

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Danger of respiratory syncytial virus

Education may help avoid decompensation and escalation. Takeaways: Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is the most common cause of bronchiolitis in…


Treatment for respiratory distress follows the ABC acronym (airway, breathing, circulation). Responders must first ensure adequate ventilation and oxygenation and then perform FAST, a point-of-care investigative tool for managing trauma patients.


Early recognition may help save a life. Takeaways: Nurses should have a high suspicion for serious illness such as myocarditis…

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