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  1. Case 1: A 12-year-old girl with food allergies and an acute asthma

    In recent years, it has gained increasing notoriety in schools and in the media. Population-based studies have shown that 20% to 35% of children with allergies experience bullying. In many cases (31% in one recent study ), this bullying is related directly to the food allergy. From a medical perspective, there are little published data ...

  2. Pediatric severe asthma: a case series report and perspectives on anti

    Moreover, in a real-life study of 104 children and adolescents with severe allergic refractory asthma followed over 1 year, treatment with omalizumab resulted in good asthma control in 67% of the cases (p < 0.001), while FEV 1 improved by 4.9% (p = 0.02) and exacerbation rates and healthcare utilisation decreased approximately by 30% (p < 0.001) .

  3. Educational Case: Asthma: Clinical Features and Morphologic Findings

    Primary Objective. Objective: RS4.4: Asthma. Compare and contrast the clinicopathological features and causes of asthma and describe the morphologic changes and consequences that result in airflow obstruction. Competency 2: Organ System Pathology; Topic: Respiratory System (RS); Learning Goal 4: Obstructive Diseases of the Lung.

  4. Asthma Attacks in Children—Challenges and Opportunities

    Asthma is the most common chronic disease of childhood worldwide, and is responsible for significant morbidity and mortality in children and young people (CYP). Given the inherent dangers of a child experiencing even a single asthma attack, it is essential to identify and manage modifiable risk factors at every clinical opportunity.

  5. Diagnosis and management of asthma in children

    Asthma is the the most common chronic respiratory condition of childhood worldwide, with around 14% of children and young people affected. Despite the high prevalence, paediatric asthma outcomes are inadequate, and there are several avoidable deaths each year. Characteristic asthma features include wheeze, shortness of breath and cough, which are typically triggered by a number of possible ...

  6. Pediatric asthma case management: A review of evidence and an

    Asthma is a complex disease that involves physiological, environmental, and psychosocial factors. This paper reviews childhood asthma case management by social service professionals, lay health workers, and nurses, and it presents a new randomized controlled study using nurse case management in a local community coalition. Evidence suggests the common factor for success involves case managers ...

  7. Management of asthma in childhood: study protocol of a systematic

    Introduction Clinical recommendations for childhood asthma are often based on data extrapolated from studies conducted in adults, despite significant differences in mechanisms and response to treatments. The Paediatric Asthma in Real Life (PeARL) Think Tank aspires to develop recommendations based on the best available evidence from studies in children. An overview of systematic reviews (SRs ...

  8. Sputum biomarkers during acute severe asthma attacks in children—a case

    We conducted a prospective observational case-control study of children aged 5 to 17 years, who presented to hospital with an asthma attack. Children with stable asthma were recruited during outpatient asthma clinic visits. Control children without an asthma diagnosis were recruited from surgical wards.

  9. Asthma

    This case study was prepared for CDC by Dr. LaMar Palmer of MAS Consultants. The purpose of the case study is to share the experience of one community as they attempt to address the problem of asthma. It does not represent an endorsement of this approach by CDC. YES WE CAN Children's Asthma Program: Patient and Family Education

  10. Protecting Navajo children with asthma: A case study

    April 23, 2024. Joncita Todechine, a mother of four who lives on the Navajo Nation, knows all too well what can trigger asthma symptoms in her daughter Ashley. But she didn't always. She recalls a time in 2013, living in Phoenix and attending medical assistant school, when she rushed her then-three-year-old to the Indian Medical Center.

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    This case study was prepared for CDC by Dr. LaMar Palmer of MAS Consultants. The purpose of the case study is to share the experience of one community as they attempt to address the problem of asthma. It does not represent an endorsement of this approach by CDC. YES WE CAN Children's Asthma Program: Operation of the Program Overview

  12. PDF Learning the Asthma Guidelines by Case Studies

    Quick-Relief Medication for All Patients: SABA as needed for symptoms. Intensity of treatment depends on severity of symptoms: up to 3 treatments at 20-minute intervals as needed. Short course of systemic oral corticosteroids may be needed. Caution: Increasing of b-agonist or use >2x/week for symptoms control indicates.

  13. A 10-Year-Old with Asthma in the PICU

    Summary. This chapter presents a case study of a 10-year-old girl with moderate intermittent asthma diagnosed at age 4 and was admitted to the pediatric intensive care unit with status asthmaticus. The case study includes details about history of present illness, past medical history, past surgical history, family history, and current status.

  14. Objective monitoring tools for improved management of childhood asthma

    While the prevalence of childhood asthma varied among countries, the data suggested that asthma management is suboptimal in many of them, even in developed countries (Table 2) [21, 23, 28, 33,34,35,36].In the US, nearly 3 million children had one or more attacks in a year [].A similar situation was found in Canada, where 65% of asthmatic children had 1-3 asthma episodes in a year [].

  15. Case study Progression of asthma in childhood

    Only approximately 25% of male subjects and 10% of female subjects with asthma developed low ratios. Subjects with a low ratio also had. more rapid decline in FEV1 and FEV1/FVC ratio from age 9 years to age 26 years, and they were less responsive to b-agonists at 26 years. More than half of subjects with.

  16. PDF Asthma: A Case Study

    Emergency Department • Initial vital signs are T- 37 C, HR 125, RR 36 BP 105/68, oxygen saturation 90% • Physical exam: - General- Awake and alert, he is ill appearing, nontoxic in moderate respiratory distress. - Neuro- Alert, oriented at age-appropriate level, PERRLA, - HEENT- clear drainage from nares, Tonsils with no erythema or exudate, sclera and conjunctiva clear- no drainage.

  17. A case study of asthma care in school age children using nurse

    The case study presented here is reported separately because it provides an exemplar of nursing leading integrated whole-system service provision for children with asthma. Background The growth of networked and partnership collaborations arises from the recognition that a number of the most pressing public health problems cannot be addressed by ...

  18. Air pollution and asthma attacks in children: A case-crossover analysis

    MacIntyre et al. (2014) conducted a genetic study on the correlation between air pollution and asthma incidence among 5115 children. The study reported that children carrying the glutathione S-transferase pi gene, rs113872 or rs1695 minor alleles may be at an increased risk of asthma attacks if exposed to NO 2.

  19. Asthma Case Study

    Asthma Case Study. Asthma affects about 6.1 million children in the US under 18 years of age, making it one of the most common chronic childhood disorders (American Lung Association, 2021). ... In this case we'll experience an asthma attack and subsequent treatment with 16-year-old Ben Mason. Module 9: Asthma. Page 1. Review structure and ...

  20. A woman with asthma: a whole systems approach to supporting self

    A 35-year-old lady attends for review of her asthma following an acute exacerbation. There is an extensive evidence base for supported self-management for people living with asthma, and ...

  21. Gas stoves linked to childhood asthma cases, study finds

    A 2022 study similarly found that 13% of childhood asthma cases in the U.S. were attributable to gas stoves. On average, the new study found, gas or propane stoves account for a yearly exposure to ...

  22. York girl, six, in near deadly asthma attack inspires inhaler business

    The UK has one of the poorest inhaler compliance rates in the developed world, particularly amongst children and teens. The NHS is planning a study into how the unicorn themed case and others, 40-year-old Will has designed could help other asthma patients overcome the stigma of using an inhaler.

  23. Pediatric severe asthma: a case series report and perspectives on anti

    Moreover, in a real-life study of 104 children and adolescents with severe allergic refractory asthma followed over 1 year, treatment with omalizumab resulted in good asthma control in 67% of the cases (p < 0.001), while FEV 1 improved by 4.9% (p = 0.02) and exacerbation rates and healthcare utilisation decreased approximately by 30% (p < 0.001) .

  24. Life

    (1) Background: Children are the most vulnerable to pollution due to their decreased stature, heightened respiratory rate, and frequent outdoor engagement. PM2.5, nitrogen dioxide (NO2), ozone, and cold weather are associated with pediatric asthma. In this study, we investigated the nexus between air pollution, climate factors, and pediatric asthma emergency room visits (ERVs). (2) Method ...

  25. Evidence-Based Case Review: Childhood asthma

    Three trials were included that involved children with mild to moderate asthma who received beclomethasone, 200 μg twice a day. The final conclusion was that the use of beclomethasone, 400 μg a day, caused a decrease in linear growth of -1.54 cm per year (95% CI, -1.15 to -1.94 cm).

  26. SARS-CoV-2 infection not likely to increase risk of asthma in children

    New research findings suggest that SARS-COV-2 infection does not increase the risk of asthma development in pediatric patients. Respiratory viral infections during childhood have been identified as a potential risk factor for asthma development in children, yet little is known about how infection with COVID-19 may impact asthma. Now, a large longitudinal study investigates whether children who ...

  27. RN Gas Exchange/Oxygenation: Asthma 3.0 Case Study Test

    A nurse is teaching the parents of a child who has asthma about methods to decrease the child's exposure to allergens. Which of the following statements should the nurse include? Answer : "Wet-dust your child's room once per week." Rationale:The nurse should instruct the parents to wet-dust and wet-mop the child's room at least once per week.

  28. Asthma HESI Case Study Flashcards

    Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like Which of the school nurse's observations are consistent with the diagnosis of bronchitis?, The child's caregiver asks the school nurse to explain the pulmonary function test. Which of the following information is accurate?, The child fails to adhere to the proper administration of his asthma medication and experiences symptoms of ...

  29. The diagnostic impact of fractional exhaled nitric oxide for asthmatic

    Measurement of exhaled nitric oxide (FeNO) is a potentially useful diagnostic test for asthma. However, no study has explored the relationship between FeNO and respiratory symptoms of nontuberculous mycobacterial pulmonary disease (NTM-PD) complicated with asthma. The objective of this study was to assess the utility of measuring FeNO levels in patients with NTM-PD complicated by asthma.

  30. Assessing quality of direct-to-consumer telemedicine in China: a cross

    The study assessed consultation services on both hospital and enterprise-sponsored platforms using the Institute of Medicine quality framework. It employed 10 USP cases, covering conditions such as diabetes, asthma, common cold, gastritis, angina, low back pain, child diarrhoea, child dermatitis, stress urinary incontinence and postpartum ...