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What does the nurse state is the cause of frequent upper respiratory tract infections in toddlers?
Immature immune system
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Upper Respiratory Tract Infections (URIs): When Should Parents Seek Further Help
– See Pg. 1275 – Prolonged fever – Increased throat pain, or enlarged painful lymph nodes – Worsening cough, or cough lasting longer than 10 days – Chest pain, difficulty breathing – Earache, headache, tooth or sinus pain – Unusual irritability or lethargy – Skin rash
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Upper Respiratory tract infections include all but the following: A. Bordetella pertussis (Whooping cough)B. Corynebacterium diphtheriae (diphtheria)C. Group A streptococciD. Mycobacterium tuberculosis (tuberculosis)
D. Mycobacterium tuberculosis (tuberculosis)Tuberculosis is a lower respiratory tract infection.
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Homeless children suffer high rates of all of the following medical conditions except upper respiratory tract infections. tooth decay. poor vision. developmental delays.
Upper Respiratory Tract Infections (URIs)
*Nasopharyngitis*—”common cold” – RSV, rhinovirus, adenovirus, influenza and parainfluenza viruses – Fever – varies with the child’s age – Home management – varies with age – OTC combination cold remedies not recommended for younger children (dosing is not for children) – *Note*: Antihistamines are largely ineffective….often makes children hyperactive – Humidity, normal saline spray, comfort, education, hygiene – What about VICKS in the humidity – petroleum based, best not to put in humidifier. – Avoid aspirin (Reye Syndrome) – Use of Tylenol – may mask more serious fever that indicates that it has turned into bacterial infection.
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