Foy Bronchiolitis and Pneumonia Quiz Stats

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Question Answer % Correct
Viral or Bacterial: Abrupt onset and none to mild URI symptomsBacterial
89.3%
Viral or Bacterial: CBC is normal-low WBC with Right shiftViral
85.7%
Viral or Bacterial: CXR is streaky/patchyViral
85.7%
Viral or Bacterial: Gradual onset and prominent URI symptoms. Viral
82.1%
Viral or Bacterial: High fever, toxic and ill appearingBacterial
82.1%
Viral or Bacterial: Low-grade fever and lack of toxicityViral
78.6%
Viral or Bacterial: CBC - high WBC with Left shiftBacterial
78.6%
Viral or Bacterial: CXR is Lobar/segmental Bacterial
78.6%
Most common bacterial cause of pneumonia in neonates. Group B streptococcus
71.4%
Rales on auscultation, usually in the context of fever and cough, often bacterial if associated with high fever and toxicity, often viral if associated with URI symptoms. Pneumonia
60.7%
Name a prevention method for RSV in the hospital. handwashing, gown and gloves, cohorting
57.1%
Question Answer % Correct
Drug used for prevention of RSV in high risk infants. Premature 29-32wks, less than 6mo in the beginning of RSV season. Palivizumab
57.1%
Name a DDx for Bronchiolitis. Pneumonia, asthma, CHF, foreign body aspiration, GER, cystic fibrosis
53.6%
Name a Diagnostic modality for Pneumonia. Clinical, CXR, blood culture, TB skin test, CBC
53.6%
A CXR which demonstrates infiltrates or space occupying lesions consistent with infiltrates or atelectasis. Pneumonia
50%
______ pneumonia is spread to neonate by vaginal secretions. 12% of pregnant women infected. Causes 75% of afebrile pneumonias in infants. Chlamydial
50%
Clinical findings in _____: Coryza, rhinitis, 101-102 fever for 3-4 days. 40% of infants progress to bronchiolitis, pneumonitis, or pneumonia. RSV
46.4%
Name a common Clinical finding for diagnosis of RSV. Wheezing, winter, known RSV in the community
46.4%
RSV is a definite risk factor for ______.asthma
46.4%
Name an etiology of pneumonia in children. Infectious agents, inflammatory process (SLE, sarcoidosis), toxic substances (baby powder), tumors (Wilms)
21.4%
Name a hospitalization criteria for Pneumonia. Less than 2mo old with lobar infiltrate or ill appearing, respiratory distress, dehydration
21.4%
Name a hospitalization criteria for RSV. O2 sat less than 93%, RR greater than 60, CHD, BPD, immunosuppression
17.9%

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