The infant with tachypnea or wheeze - Clinical Conditions ...
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The infant with tachypnea or wheeze - Clinical Conditions to Consider
 - Bronchiolitis 
 - Pneumonia 
 - Transient early wheezing - with viral infections, risk 

increased in preterm and maternal smoking 
 - Non-atopic wheezing - following viral lower respiratory 

infection 
 - Atopic asthma — recurrent wheezing, eczema, positive 

family history of allergy/atopy 
 - Cardiac failure — respiratory distress, heart murmur, 

hepatomegaly 
 - Inhaled foreign body — choking on peanut Or toy, etc. 
 - Aspiration Of feeds — especially with neuromuscular 

disorder 
 - Other causes


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