Última revisão: 3 Nov 2020
Última atualização: 18 Agosto 2020

Resumo

Definição

História e exame físico

Principais fatores de diagnóstico

  • presença de fatores de risco
  • crise de sufocamento
  • murmúrio vesicular diminuído unilateral
  • sibilância unilateral

Outros fatores de diagnóstico

  • tosse intratável
  • febre
  • dispneia
  • sibilância bilateral

Fatores de risco

  • nível de consciência reduzido (escala de coma de Glasgow <9)
  • idade <4 anos
  • idade >70 anos
  • disfunção bulbar
  • sexo masculino
  • doença cerebrovascular
  • demência

Exames diagnósticos

Algoritmo de tratamento

Colaboradores

Arjun B. Chatterjee

Professor of Medicine

Section on Pulmonary, Critical Care, Allergy, and Immunologic Disease

Wake Forest University School of Medicine

Winston-Salem

NC

Divulgações

ABC declares that he has no competing interests. His opinions are his own and do not represent those of his employers: Wake Forest University School of Medicine; US Department of Defense - United States Navy; US Department of Veteran’s Affairs.

Dr Arjun B. Chatterjee would like to gratefully acknowledge Dr Septimiu Murgu and Dr Henri Colt, the previous contributors to this topic. SM and HC declare that they have no competing interests.

Colegas revisoresMOSTRAR TODOS

Consultant Paediatric Anaesthetist

Department of Anaesthesia

Frenchay Hospital

Bristol

UK

Divulgações

AY declares that she has no competing interests.

Director

Interventional Pulmonology

Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, and Critical Care Medicine

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Duke University Medical Center

Durham

NC

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MMW declares that he has no competing interests.

Senior Consultant

Department of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine

Singapore General Hospital

Singapore

Divulgações

PL declares that he has no competing interests.

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