Describe 5 differences in the anatomy and physiology of a pediatric patient lung function in contrast to an adult

Respiratory Questions

Please answer the 5 questions below for credit. Please do not share work. ONLY USE THE TEXTBOOK, ESSENTIALS OF PEDIATRIC NURSING FOUTH EDITION. TERRI KYLE. SUSAN CARMAN

Respiratory dysfunction in children tends to be more severe than in adults, and several differences in the infant’s or child’s system account for this increase in severity. Describe 5 differences in the anatomy and physiology of a pediatric patient lung function in contrast to an adult

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Describe 3 current goals of the medical management of asthma in the pediatric patient

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Identify and describe 5 interventions to avoid Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

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Identify 4 interventions that assist the cystic fibrosis patient in liquefying secretions

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Besides infection, name a serious complication of a Pediatric post-tonsillectomy patient. Describe 4 signs associated with this complication