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Asthma, bronchiolotis

P Gerson, G Orliaguet
Diagnosis of an acute obstructive dyspnea in children is very difficult, especially in the prehospital setting, because there are many possible causes. However, some of them may rapidly become life-threatening and therefore require a rapid prehospital management by a team staffed by a physician. The main causes of acute dyspnea in children usually include: obstructive dyspnea (acute laryngitis, foreign body aspiration, bronchiolotis, acute asthma), pulmonary infections and cardiac dyspnea, as well as dyspnea from other origins (cardiovascular collapse, hyperthermia, acidosis, intoxication, deshydratation)...
July 2003: Annales Françaises D'anesthèsie et de Rèanimation
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