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Special Needs Children
Shaken baby synd,
by: david montecucco
A disease in which inflammation of the airways causes airflow into and out of the lungs to be restricted.
The muscles of the bronchial tree become tight and the lining of the air passages swells, reducing airflow and producing the characteristic wheezing sound
ScienceDaily (May 20, 1998) — Despite new treatments for asthma, the death rate from this disease nearly doubled among 5- to 24-year-olds in the United States between 1980 and 1993. Although there are no clear explanations, Robert C. Strunk, M.D., a professor of pediatrics at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, says the vast majority of those deaths could have been prevented by appropriate care and planning. Strunk also has identified children who are most likely to die. These children live in families that, for various reasons, do not function or communicate well. "It's pretty clear that the parents don't pay attention when their child has bad asthma. Conflict or disorder in the family prevents good care or enhances the possibility of recognizing things late. Children just get trapped," Strunk said.
Children age 0-17 by State 2001-2005
· 5,000,000 children have asthmatic attack per year.
· asthma in children is up 160% since 1980
· 9% of school children have asthma
· 2000 children die from asthma per year.
chronic condition among children.
Asthma is more common among
male children than female children.
Asthma is more common among children
(7 to 10%) than adults (3 to 5%).
Nearly 5 million asthma sufferers are under age 18.
It is the most common chronic childhood disease,
affecting more than one child in 20
You will have an asthmatic
Child in your class!!
Animals (pet hair or dander)
Changes in weather (most often cold weather)
Chemicals in the air or in food
Respiratory infections, such as the common cold
Strong emotions (stress)
EVERY WEEK ‘6’ CHILDREN DIE
Asthma sufferer T.J. Greco, left, and Scott Mixon, right, (who is studying to be respiratory therapist) both of Tulare breaths through straws to show how an Asthma sufferer breaths during an attack. on Saturday, Feb. 23, 2002.
Pale, sweaty face
Blue Lips or Fingernails
Medication not effective
SYMPTOMS GET WORSE
SIGNS of an ASTHMA ATTACK
Severe wheezing when breathing both in and out
Coughing with asthma that won't stop
Very rapid breathing
Chest pain or pressure
Tightened neck and chest muscles, called retractions
‘IF THE CHILD HAS
Bluish color to the lips and face
Decreased level of alertness
Severe drowsiness or confusion
Extreme difficulty breathing
Rapid pulse (100+)
Severe anxiety due to
shortness of breath
PLAN of ACTION
Immediately GET THE CHILD OUT OF
the environment where any kinds of
asthmatic agent or asthma triggers
are presentsmoke, perfume, dust,
pets, animals or plants
Loosen or remove tight clothing
Get the Child to relax
GET THE reliever inhaler
HAVE THE CHILD inhale It.
It will open the closed airways.
HAVE THE CHILD Take one puff every one
minute till the symptoms improve.
If no improvement CALL 911
CONTINUE TO USE INHALER TILL HELP ARRIVES
Ephedrine is a member of the adrenergic bronchodilator class of drugs that serve to open up the bronchial tubes of the lungs. Since the 1920s, synthetic versions of this drug have been used as a bronchodilator and nasal decongestant, and for controlling urinary incontinence. Although ephedrine is too slow acting to treat acute allergic attacks, it replaces epinephrine in nonemergency treatment of allergic reactions.
Assess the population of each class
Meet with parents of special needs students
Set up the classroom to meet the physical needs
First Aid Station
Proceed with lesson planning
Keep on schedule
Make classes interactive
Offer after/before school assistance
SOMEONE DYING FROM
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