Difference between revisions of "Template:Pediatric stridor DDX"

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*[[Subglottic stenosis]]  
 
*[[Subglottic stenosis]]  
 
**Congenital vs 2/2 prolonged intubation in premies
 
**Congenital vs 2/2 prolonged intubation in premies
*Airway hemangioma usually regresses by age 5
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*Airway hemangioma
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**Usually regresses by age 5
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**Associated w/ skin hemangiomas in beard distribution
 
*[[Vascular ring]]/sling
 
*[[Vascular ring]]/sling
  

Revision as of 16:54, 23 June 2019

Pediatric stridor

  • A minimal amount of edema or inflammation in the pediatric airway can result in significant obstruction
    • Can lead to rapid decompensation

<6mo

  • Laryngotracheomalacia
    • Accounts for 60%
    • Usually exacerbated by viral URI
    • Dx w/ flexible fiberoptic laryngoscopy
  • Vocal cord paralysis
    • Stridor associated w/ feeding problems, hoarse voice, weak and/or changing cry
    • May have cyanosis or apnea if bilateral (less common)
  • Subglottic stenosis
    • Congenital vs 2/2 prolonged intubation in premies
  • Airway hemangioma
    • Usually regresses by age 5
    • Associated w/ skin hemangiomas in beard distribution
  • Vascular ring/sling

>6mo