PDF | On Feb 1, , Costa D and others published Destacando tratamentos aplicados em lactentes com bronquiolite viral aguda (BVA): Uma análise. PDF | OBJETIVO: Descrever as características e a evolução de lactantes com bronquiolite aguda submetidos à ventilação mecânica. Resumen en: Objective: To verify whether the occurrence of acute viral bronchiolitis (AVB) in the first year of life constitutes a risk factor for asthma at age 6 co.
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Socioeconomic, environmental data, parental history of asthma, and data agguda to pregnancy were collected in the first 72 hours of life of the newborn and in prospective home visits by trained interviewers. The association between AVB and asthma was evaluated by logistic regression analysis and potential modifier effect of parental history was verified by introducing an interaction term into the adjusted logistic regression model.
Clinical signs of dysphagia in infants with acute viral bronchiolitis. The occurrence of AVB was a risk factor for asthma at 6 years of age viiral children with parental history of asthma OR: How to cite this article. The intra-rater agreement was considered to be very good.
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Infants whose caregivers reported feeding difficulties during hospitalization stated a significantly greater number of changes in the swallowing evaluation. An association was observed between the swallowing disorder scores and a decrease in oxygen saturation.
Infants with acute viral bronchiolitis displayed swallowing disorders in addition to changes in respiratory rate and measures of oxygen saturation. AVB in the first year of life is a risk factor for asthma in children with parental history of asthma. Bronchiolitis; Deglutition; Deglutition disorders; Infant. This was a cross-sectional study of 42 infants aged months.
Prevalence of AVB in the first year of life was Services on Demand Journal.
Sinais clínicos de disfagia em lactentes com bronquiolite viral aguda
Bronquiolite viral aguda e risco de asma em escolares: Estudo de corte transversal aninhado a uma coorte de nascidos vivos. To verify whether the occurrence of bronquillite viral bronchiolitis AVB in the first year of life constitutes a risk factor for asthma at aguad 6 considering a parental history of asthma.
It is suggested, therefore, that infants displaying these risk factors have a higher probability of dysphagia. Parental history of asthma OR: Changes in the oral phase prolonged pauses and pharyngeal phase wheezing, coughing and gagging of swallowing were found. A score of swallowing disorders was designed to establish associations with other studied variables and to ensure the intra- and interrater agreement of clinical feeding assessments.
A significant increase in respiratory rate between pre- and post-feeding times was found, and it was determined that almost half of the infants had tachypnea. The clinical evaluation was accompanied by measurements of respiratory rate and pulse oximetry.
Caregivers also completed a questionnaire about feeding difficulties. Cross-sectional study in a cohort of live births. To determine the occurrence of clinical signs of dysphagia in infants with acute viral bronchiolitis, to compare the respiratory parameters during deglutition, and to ensure the intra- and inter- examiners agreement, as well as to accomplish intra and firal concordance of the clinical evaluation of the deglutition.
Asthma, Risk factors, Bronchiolitis viral, Child.