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When is the onset of croup?

6m to 3 years

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What is the common cause of croup?

parainfluenze

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What is the age for onset of epiglottitis?

3.5 years with spike in teens recently

4

What is the cause of epiglottitis?

H. influenza

5

What is the cause of death from epiglottitis?

Aryepiglotic fold thickening

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What is the age for exudative tracheitis?

6-10 years

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What is the cause of exudative tracheitis?

Staph A.

8

Location of rethroparyngeal abscess vs suppurative node?

Abscess will be midline. Suppurative wnode will be medial to the carotid

9

DDX for "lumpy adenoids"?

Kawaski, Scrofula

10

What is PHACES?

Posterior fossa (dandy walker)
Hemangiomas
Arterial Anomalies
Coarctation of aorta, cardiac defects
Eye abnormalities
Subglottic hemangiomas

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Location of subglottic hemangioma

assymmetric narrowing of the subglottic trachea (usually left).

12

Two associations with subglottic hemangiomas

50% cutaneous hemangiomas
7% have PHACES

13

Max distance allow for prevert ST on lateral in peds?

6mm C2, 22mm at C6

14

3 Associations with meconium aspiration?

Ropy appearance of lung densities
Hyperinfliation with alternating atelectasis
Pneumothorax 20-40%

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What gestational age is meconium aspiration common?

Term or POST TERM

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Causes of Transient tachypnea of newborn?

C-section, maternal sedation, maternal diabetes

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ONset of Transient tachypnea of newborn?

peaks day 1 resolved day 3

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Risk with surfactent therapy?

Hemmorhage

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3 findings with Beta-hemolytic strep in kids

Low lung volumes
granular opacities
Pleural effusion (SSD will not)