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Rapid Deterioration of patients in the emergency department. A Pain in the neck

A Pain in the neck – Condition causing rapid deterioration in patients presenting to the emergency department

Infectious pathology causing rapid deterioration in patients presenting to the emergency department
Retropharyngeal abscess causing rapid deterioration in patients presenting to the emergency department
Parapharyngeal abscess causing rapid deterioration in patients presenting to the emergency department
Peritonsillar abscess causing rapid deterioration in patients presenting to the emergency department
Epiglottitis in children causing rapid deterioration in patients presenting to the emergency department
Acute Laryngotracheitis causing rapid deterioration in patients presenting to the emergency department
Bacterial Tracheitis causing rapid deterioration in patients presenting to the emergency department
Wheezing causing rapid deterioration in patients presenting to the emergency department
Bronchiolitis in children causing rapid deterioration in patients presenting to the emergency department
Asthma in children causing rapid deterioration in patients presenting to the emergency department

This video tells about the commmon causes of neck pain in children

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