Tag Archive: bronchiolitis

Mar
12

The findings are published online March 9 in Pediatrics.

Intermittent pulse oximetry was effective for children hospitalized with asthma or bronchiolitis who were stable on room air but did not decrease the time until the child was medically ready for discharge, suggested a new report from a quality improvement effort. The findings are published online March 9 in Pediatrics.

Aug
21

An article published in the August 20 issue of JAMA has stated that pediatric emergency department (ED)

An article published in the August 20 issue of JAMA has stated that pediatric emergency department (ED) physicians might be relying too much on oxygen saturation readings from pulse oximetry devices while deciding whether infants with bronchiolitis are hospitalized. Researchers suggested that oxygen saturation should not be the only factor in the decision to admit …

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Jun
03

Two randomized controlled trials have put forward conflicting data on the value of nebulized hypertonic saline for infants with bronchiolitis

Two randomized controlled trials have put forward conflicting data on the value of nebulized hypertonic saline for infants with bronchiolitis. Both the studies are published in JAMA Pediatrics online May 26.