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High Flow Nasal Cannula in Bronchiolitis | Part 2

Lisa Patel, MD and Andi Marmor, MD
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High flow nasal cannula is being used with increasing frequency on pediatric ward floors for children with bronchiolitis.  Lisa and Andi discuss the evidence on its use to reduce escalation of care and decrease length of stay. They also discuss how to start, titrate and wean settings on HFNC.

 

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