Care of the infant with bronchiolitis
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Care of the infant with bronchiolitis

Peter Hay , Currently a full time student in London

Peter Hay describes Me nursing care and management of infants with bronchiolitis

During winter, caring for babies with bronchiolitis is a common occurrence for most A&E nurses. Because of its gradual onset, it is not uncommon for babies to be discharged, only to return a few hours later. Despite this, it is a condition that is frequently undertreated and one which carries a significant risk of mortality in younger infants (1).

Emergency Nurse. 4, 3, 19-22. doi: 10.7748/en.4.3.19.s5

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