Glen Keating answers some common questions about pediatric patients in respiratory distress.
You and your partner are toned out for a seven-year-old female with shortness of breath.
When was the last time you treated a child in respiratory distress? What do you remember? Did you feel comfortable managing the case?
RSV Treatments for Young Kids Are Lacking, but the 2022 Cold and Flu Season Highlights the Urgency for Vaccines
RSV is a common respiratory virus that circulates every fall and winter and is a common cause of lung infections in young children.
Children’s hospitals in parts of the U.S. are seeing a surge in RSV, an illness that can cause severe breathing problems for babies.