Bronchiolitis Management, Useful therapies & Controversies - Jan. 2019 Enduring
1. Reduce variability in the management and diagnosis of bronchiolitis through real case reviews that highlight common questions and controversies.
2. Define what therapies are recommended, explain how to use high flow nasal cannula device, and explain what therapies have been proven to be ineffective.
3. Define common features use to risk stratify infants with acute bronchiolitis and guide disposition status
Sukit Iyer, MD
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- 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
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