Presentation Summary : Title: GUIDELINES FOR EVALUATING CHRONIC COUGH IN PEDIATRICS Author: duong.t.nguyen Last modified by: jennifer.kicker Created Date: 1/28/2007 1:30:37 AM
Source : http://www.nccpeds.com/powerpoints/kicker_jc_cough.ppt
Presentation Summary : Chronic cough May be intermittent and may be unproductive Chronic sputum production Any pattern of chronic sputum production may indicate COPD History of exposure to ...
Source : http://www.aafp.org/dam/AAFP/documents/patient_care/copd/COPD-Differential-Diagnosis-Module.ppt
Presentation Summary : Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease By: Sara-Louise Walsh, SPT * Clinically, a patient who has chronic bronchitis has an airflow obstruction, wheezing, coughing ...
Source : http://eportfolios.ithaca.edu/swalsh1/docs/inservice1.ppt
Presentation Summary : COPD Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease Developed by: Dana Hughes, RN, PhD Miners Hospital, University of Utah Libbey M. Chuy, MPH Asthma Program, Utah Department of Health
Source : http://health.utah.gov/asthma/pdf_files/powerpointpresentations/COPD.ppt
Presentation Summary : Algorithm for evaluating chronic cough in children (modified from Chang 2006) CXR, spirometry abnormal? Sx and signs of respiratory disease? Is cough characteristic?
Source : http://nationalcoughclinic.com/includes/WAO_Peds_Cough_2011.ppsx
Presentation Summary : The Unsolved Mystery of The Chronic Cough Rhonda Hoyer, RN, MS, APRN-BC Nurse Practitioner Internal Medicine, University Station Case Objectives Recognize extra ...
Source : http://www2.medicine.wisc.edu/home/files/domfiles/genintmed/4-23-08-Hoyer-Just%20your%20common%20cough.ppt
Presentation Summary : Chronic cough – After removal of offending agent (e.g. ACE-I) and treatment for at least one of the most likely etiologies has been ineffective.
Source : http://jefferson.edu/content/dam/tju/jmc/files/medicine/Pulmonary_Critical_Care/divisional/FellowshipInfo/SummerSeries/ApproachtotheVexingCoughSyndrome.ppt
Presentation Summary : TREATMENT OF COUGH TREATMENT OF COUGH Cough is a useful physiological mechanism that serves to clear the respiratory passages of foreign material and excess secretions.
Source : http://ksums.net/files/Archive/1st/429/03%20Respiratory%20Block/Student%20Independent%20Work/Abdullah%20Al-Ageel/pharmacology/lec8.Treatment%20of%20Cough.ppt
Presentation Summary : ... but may be heard in inspiration too Acute asthma Chronic emphysema ... CO2 Trachea & lungs The Evaluation Process History Acute/chronic Type of cough Shortness ...
Source : http://hercules.gcsu.edu/bcooper/HEAT3750/Respiratory%20Disorders%20ch%204.ppt
Presentation Summary : CHRONIC PULMONARY DISEASES ASTHMA, EMPHYSEMA & CHRONIC BRONCHITIS Martha Richter MSN, CRNA OBJECTIVES The student will: Compare/contrast the difference between asthma ...
Source : http://wayneellisent.com/Student%20Support/Lectures%20&%20Study%20Guides/Respiratory/Respiratory/CHRONIC%20PULMONARY%20DISEASES.ppt
Presentation Summary : Definition Cont’d Chronic Bronchitis Defined by the presence of chronic productive cough for three months in each of two successive years in a patient in whom ...
Source : http://rcrmc-fmr.org/home/images/stories/FamilyMedical/downloads/medicine_lectures/CHRONIC_OBSTRUCTIVE_PULMONARY_DISEASE.ppt
Presentation Summary : Chronic means that the cough and expectoration have persisted for at least 3 months and this pattern has been repeated for at least 2 consecutive years.
Source : http://faculty.ksu.edu.sa/farag/HRS%20421/chronic%20bronchitis.ppt
Presentation Summary : Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Hou-haifeng NORMAL VENTILATORY FUNCTION Diaphragm contracts and descends, rib cage moves upwards and outward.
Source : http://course.zju.edu.cn/532/study/resource/pdf/Chronic%20Obstructive%20Pulmonary%20Disease.ppt
Presentation Summary : COUGH . Cough is a protective REFLEX; Meant to be useful with intention to help the clear of respiratory airway from foreign material & excess secretions
Source : http://www.ksums.net/files/Archive/3rd/428/Pharmacology/Pharma%20Team/2nd%20term/cough.pptx
Presentation Summary : Patients who have chronic cough and sputum production with a history of exposure to risk factors should be tested for airflow limitation, ...
Source : http://www.acponline.org/about_acp/chapters/md/13mtg/britt.ppt
Presentation Summary : Chronic laryngitis Acute epiglottitis Tuberculosis ... Dry, paroxysmal cough, mainly at night. Sore throat worsened by talking; fever, malaise.
Source : http://themedicalpost.files.wordpress.com/2011/02/13-inflammatory-disorders-of-larynx.ppsx
Presentation Summary : Key Points: Chronic cough and sputum production are usually present in patients for many years before other symptoms or physiologic abnormalities develop.
Source : http://www.browardsleepdisorders.com/COPDoverviewfh/COPD%20overview%20fh.PPT
Presentation Summary : ... exposures and air pollution Genetic susceptibilities identified Chronic Bronchitis Hypersecretion of mucus and chronic productive cough for at least 3 months ...
Source : http://clt.astate.edu/mgilmore/pathophysiology/Pulmonary%20Pathophysiology%202.ppt
Presentation Summary : Chronic Cough Chronic cough typically begins as a morning cough and slowly progresses to an all-day cough. The cough usually produces small amounts of sputum (less ...
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