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Rhinitis causes what common symptom? 
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Nasal block 
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Otitis media has what effect on the tympanic membrane of the ear? 
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Normally semi-transparent, turns red 
Note - antibiotics not needed 
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What common antibiotic should not be given to patients with glandular fever (Epstein Barr) and why? 
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Amoxicillin, can cause a rash 
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What antibiotic is typically given in bacterial tonsillitis and for how long?  
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10 day course of penicillin 
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Croup is caused by what virus and presents with what distinguishing features? 
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Parainfluenzae, barking cough and stridor 
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How is croup typically treated? 
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Oral dexamethasone for 24-48 hours, prednisolone can reduce inflammation, nebulised adrenaline in those who are very unwell 
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Epiglottitis is caused by which virus? How does it usually present? 
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Haemophilus influenzae type B, presents as stridor, drooling, tripod stance 
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How may we decide if a child’s diagnosis is croup or epiglottitis? 
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By checking for the haemophilus vaccine, if a child has this vaccine the diagnosis is likely croup 
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How is tracheitis typically treated? 
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Augmentin/co-amoxiclav 
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Bronchitis presents with what type of cough? 
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Loose, rattling 
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On what day will an infant with bronchiolitis typically stabilise? 
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Day 5 
Note - if you see a patient on day 3 and they are very unwell you must admit 
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Whooping cough is caused by which bacteria? 
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Pertussis 
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Q:
Rhinitis causes what common symptom? 
A:
Nasal block 
Q:
Otitis media has what effect on the tympanic membrane of the ear? 
A:
Normally semi-transparent, turns red 
Note - antibiotics not needed 
Q:
What common antibiotic should not be given to patients with glandular fever (Epstein Barr) and why? 
A:
Amoxicillin, can cause a rash 
Q:
What antibiotic is typically given in bacterial tonsillitis and for how long?  
A:
10 day course of penicillin 
Q:
Croup is caused by what virus and presents with what distinguishing features? 
A:
Parainfluenzae, barking cough and stridor 
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Q:
How is croup typically treated? 
A:
Oral dexamethasone for 24-48 hours, prednisolone can reduce inflammation, nebulised adrenaline in those who are very unwell 
Q:
Epiglottitis is caused by which virus? How does it usually present? 
A:
Haemophilus influenzae type B, presents as stridor, drooling, tripod stance 
Q:
How may we decide if a child’s diagnosis is croup or epiglottitis? 
A:
By checking for the haemophilus vaccine, if a child has this vaccine the diagnosis is likely croup 
Q:
How is tracheitis typically treated? 
A:
Augmentin/co-amoxiclav 
Q:
Bronchitis presents with what type of cough? 
A:
Loose, rattling 
Q:
On what day will an infant with bronchiolitis typically stabilise? 
A:
Day 5 
Note - if you see a patient on day 3 and they are very unwell you must admit 
Q:
Whooping cough is caused by which bacteria? 
A:
Pertussis 
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