work until it is reactivated.
This Concept Map, created with IHMC CmapTools, has information related to: Asthma, ASTHMA EXACERBATION 2 y/o Male Pathophysiology, Diagnostic Tests ???? Single portable chest x-ray, production of IgE antibodies attachment of IgE to Mast Cells, ASTHMA EXACERBATION 2 y/o Male Diagnostic Tests, Mast cells release mediators Inflammation, Treatments beta-2 agonists, ASTHMA EXACERBATION 2 y/o Male Signs and Symptoms, Mast cells release mediators Chemotactic factors, Leukotrienes bronchiolar smooth muscle spasms, Signs and Symptoms Wheezing, Pathophysiology ???? Chronic disease that affects your airways. The airway will occasionally constrict, become inflamed, and is lined with excessive amounts of mucus. This is usually caused by one or more triggers., Treatments Inhaled corticosteroids, Diagnostic Tests ???? Droplet Precautions, Chemotactic factors eosinophils, Diagnostic Tests ???? PA & lateral chest, Signs and Symptoms Chest Pain, CT pulmonary angiogram ???? bibasilar subsegmental atelectatic changes is noted at both lung bases, Leukotrienes Increase vascular permeability, Signs and Symptoms ???? Tachynepic, Bronchodilators ???? montelukast (Singulair)