NUR 2462C Chapter Notes - Chapter Test 3: Respiratory Tract, Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia, Respiratory System

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Infections agents: viruses, age, 3 months old lower infection rate because of the protective function of maternal antibodies. Croup syndromes: croup symptom complex characterized by hoarseness, resonant cough described as barking or. Irritable, extremely restless, anxious, apprehensive, frightened expression: therapeutic management. Positive reaction individual has been infected and has developed sensitivity to the protein of the tubercle bacillus; test is positive 2 to 10 weeks after the initial injection with the organism. Latent tuberculosis infection (ltbi) used to indicate infection in a person who has a positive tst, no physical findings of disease, and normal chest radiograph findings. Tb disease or clinically active tb used when a child has clinical symptoms or radiographic manifestations caused by the m. tuberculosis organism: therapeutic management, direct observation of therapy (dot, prognosis, prevention, nursing care management. Asthma control reducing impairment and reducing risk. Long-term control medications preventive medications; achieve and maintain control of inflammation.

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