Posts Tagged ‘bronchiolitis’

A Woman with Dyspnea

Posted by • June 10th, 2016

Bronchiolitis is a disease of the small airways, which are defined as airways less than 2 mm in diameter and without cartilage. The bronchioles are especially vulnerable to infectious or inhalational insults because of their narrow diameter. A 60-year-old woman was seen in a pulmonary clinic because of increasing dyspnea. Chest imaging revealed bronchiectasis and mild,… Read More…

Racemic Adrenaline in Acute Bronchiolitis

Posted by • June 14th, 2013

In this study of infants with bronchiolitis, there was no difference in the length of hospital stay between those treated with inhaled adrenaline and those treated with inhaled saline. Infants treated on demand had a shorter length of stay than those treated on a fixed schedule. Acute bronchiolitis in infants frequently results in hospitalization, but there… Read More…