Applying Current Evidence Based Practice Guidelines

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Applying Current Evidence Based Practice Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Acute Bacterial Sinusitis in Pediatric Patients Using Healthcare Informatics.

This assignment will demonstrate your ability to use healthcare informatics to apply current evidence based practice guidelines to the management of a pediatric patient diagnosed with acute bacterial sinusitis. You are to use the National Guideline Clearinghouse™ online database to find these guidelines

Agency for Healthcare Quality and Management. (2016). Clinical practice guideline for the diagnosis and management of acute bacterial sinusitis in children aged 1 to 18 years Retrieved from: https://www.guidelines.gov/summaries/summary/46939/clinical-practice-guideline-for-the-diagnosis-and-management-of-acute-bacterial-sinusitis-in-children-aged-1-to-18-years

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Unit 6 Assignment template. Please fill in the requested information. Please submit to the Dropbox when you have completed your Assignment. https://www.guidelines.gov/summaries/summary/46939/clinical-practice-guideline-for-the-diagnosis-and-management-ofacute-bacterial-sinusitis-in-children-aged-1-to-18-years Pediatric Client with Acute Bacterial Sinusitis List the clinical criteria that List Criteria for List Criteria for List Criteria for must be present to support this Persistent Severe Onset of Worsening diagnosis in pediatric patients Symptoms. Symptoms. Symptoms. from newborn to 21 years of age. Categorize clinical signs and symptoms by: Persistent Symptoms, Severe Onset, or Worsening Symptoms. When would imaging studies be indicated? What is the recommended Antibiotic for Child with No Known Allergies? Provide dose, frequency, mg., ml., length of treatment, number of dosing units (i.e. prescription information). What is the second line Recommended Antibiotic for Child with allergy to PCN Provide dose, frequency, mg., ml., length of treatment, number of dosing units (i.e. prescription information). When is Referral indicated? What additional medications and or treatment strategies are recommended for treatment or symptomatic control What is the treatment change in a child with worsening symptoms at 72 hours after initiation of antibiotic When is outpatient 72 hour “observation” acceptable? What modifications would be needed for the following children: Four year old who is otherwise healthy Child with immune deficiency Child with two prior sinus infections Child with cystic fibrosis What other conditions would modify these treatment recommendations?

Tutor Answer

Dmitry
School: Boston College

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Running Head: PEDIATRIC CLIENT WITH ACUTE BACTERIAL SINUSITIS

Pediatric Client with Acute Bacterial Sinusitis
Student’s Name
Course Number
Institutional Affiliation

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PEDIATRIC CLIENT WITH ACUTE BACTERIAL SINUSITIS

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PEDIATRIC CLIENT WITH ACUTE BACTERIAL SINUSITIS

Pediatric Client with Acute Bacterial Sinusitis

List the clinical criteria that

List Criteria for

List Criteria for

List Criteria for Worsening

must be present to support

Persistent Symptoms.

Severe Onset of

Symptoms.

this diagnosis in pediatric



Symptoms.



patients from newborn to 21

the clinicians are

years of age. Categorize
clinical signs and symptoms
by Persistent Symptoms,

The health providers or



Severe Onset, or Worsening
Symptoms.




Reassessment of the initial

The medical

management of the child by

supposed to prescribe

provider or the

the clinician in case of the

antibiotic therapy

clinical officer is

report from the caregiver

Also, they can provide

supposed to

concerning the worsening

some additional

prescribe antibiotic

conditions, that is, when

observation for 72 hours

therapy

the initial signs and

This approach is

symptoms progress or

without clavulanate can

essential because it

when new signs and

be administered to such

improves the

symptoms appear.

Amoxicillin with or



PEDIATRIC CLIENT WITH ACUTE BACTERIAL SINUSITIS



3



children as the first-line

clinical cures,

acute bacterial sinusitis

decreases the

conducted in case there is

treatment.

duration of illness

no improvement recorded

This clinician

and probably

after three days of initial

intervention is

suppresses

management.

significant because the

suppurative

antibiotics increase the

problems in a

sinusitis di...

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Anonymous
Good stuff. Would use again.

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