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Acute Respiratory Infections T e c h n i c a l S e m i n a r s . Acute Respiratory Infections . Sensivity and specificity. Definition . Pneumonia. Recognition • Fast breathing • Antibiotics
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Chapter 7 Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome Chapter 7: Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome
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LEGIONELLA AND LEGIONNAIRES' DISEASE Legionella is the group of bacteria which give rise a number of illnesses, including Legionnaires' disease – a potentially fatal pneumonia type of infection of the lower respiratory tract.- Slides
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Graft Versus Host Disease Acute (10-30 days posttransplant) - triad of derm, hepatic, and GI manifestations (barriers to infection thus ? APCs) - 40-80% incidence (depends on HLA match)
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Pediatrics Respiratory Emergencies . Most pediatric cardiac arrest begins as respiratory failure or respiratory arrest
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Chapter 26.- Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance Respiratory system impairment causes acid-base imbalance (respiratory acidosis or respiratory alkalosis) PLAY . InterActive Physiology ®: Acid/Base Homeostasis, page 27–28
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The Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome ARDS Traditional approach 10 to 15 ml/kg/BW tidal volume (Vt); Atelectasis and edema in ALI/ARDS reduce aerated lung; Traditional MV may result in overdistention ...
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Antibiotic Resistance in Nosocomial Infections 3 - 40% of patients admitted to hospital acquire an infection during their stay, and that the risk for hospital-acquired infection, or nosocomial infection, ...
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Hyperkalemia . Hypokalemia . Respiratory alkalosis (P CO2) Respiratory aci Hyperkalemia . Hypokalemia . Respiratory alkalosis (?P CO2) Respiratory acidosis (?P CO2) Metabolic alkalosis (?[HCO 3 –]) Metabolic acidosis
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Acute Shortness of Breath ... of increased pressure prevents lymphatics from draining increased transudate (as low as 18mmHg) Causes: MI, Acute aortic valve regurg, acute mitral regurg, mitral stenosis ...
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