Sniff and SCRATCH - Simple Cannula/Room Air Trial for Children: Bronchiolitis and Oxygenation

Author(s): Serena Kelly

Contact Hours 1.00

CERP A 1.00

Expires Dec 31, 2025

Topics: Pulmonary

Population: Pediatric

Role: Staff

Member: Free
NonMember: $10.00

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Activity Summary

Required reading for all learners: Implicit Bias impacts patient outcomes

Bronchiolitis is the most common lower respiratory tract infection in children with the most severe symptoms in infants accounting for 58,000 hospitalizations and 100-500 deaths in young children annually. Care is largely supportive. Initial data describing the positive impact of high flow nasal cannula in this population skyrocketed use across hospitals. We discuss oxygenation, oxygen delivery, review therapies as well as QI work in decreasing high flow use across the US healthcare system.


  • Define oxygenation and describe three oxygen delivery methods.
  • Analyze the evidence-based interventions available to support bronchiolitis management.
  • Discuss two interventions which can be applied to decrease high flow oxygen use and duration.

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Learners must attend/view/read the entire activity, read Implicit Bias impacts patient outcomes, and complete the associated evaluation to be awarded the contact hours or CERP. No partial credit will be awarded.


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