" ...for a 3-year-old female with respiratory distress. The child's mother tells you ...that the child is tachycardic, has nasal flaring, a low-grade fever, and a... "
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Nasal Flaring & Respiratory Distress
18.2% of the posts that mention Nasal Flaring also mention Respiratory Distress (55 posts)
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" ...second admission she had a cold but then started ...and wheeze...the signs of the respiratory distress were using her tummy muscles ...at the throat/trachea. Also nasal flaring is a good sign... "
" ...him breathing fast, nasal flaring or pulling/retracting between ...blueness in his lips, these are signs of respiratory distress and he needs ...suggestions when I was sick. Arlo seems... "
" ...I am a pediatric nurse, and see RSV in infants alot. At our practice, we always give Albuterol neb treatments and they DO help. Did ...symptoms that he is in respiratory distress. Nasal flari... "
" ...For example, baby has mild respiratory distress and nasal flaring. Pulse ox shows 89%. ...times to get ABG is COPD situations due ...CXR, labs, ventilate, give steroids, azithromycin, oxygen,... "
" ...are hospitalized when they cannot eat, and are having moderate to severe respiratory distress (nasal flaring, the space between the ribs sucking in when they... "
" ...need to answer is, \"Is my patient in Respiratory distress or not ?\" You should ...muscles, the presence of retracting / nasal flaring, and the patient's LOC are... "
" ...it. Call the doctor or go to the ERif she has a fever or any signs of respiratory distress like nasal flaring, wheezing, rapid breathing, or retractions around the ribs a... "
" Nasal flaring in newborns is an indication of respiratory distress, but I don't know about... "
" Nasal flaring is a sign of respiratory distress in babies with other respiratory problems. When it appears on it's own, it is more usually a sign of pain or other distress, not respiratory.... "
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