Otitis, sinusitis, and mastoiditis are all common upper respiratory tract infections that affect children more than adults. The clinical manifestation of otitis differs depending on the anatomic site of the disease. Acute otitis media and otitis media with effusion are middle ear infections, while otitis externa is an infection of the external auditory canal. Otitis is one of the most common infections in children under five. Each case represents an opportunity to hone specific diagnostic skills and prudent antibiotic use. Sinusitis is also fairly common and can manifest with nonspecific signs and symptoms. A complete history and careful physical examination are required to help distinguish between viral rhinosinusitis, usually self-limiting, and bacterial rhinosinusitis, which requires antibiotic treatment. Mastoiditis is a rare condition that can develop due to otitis media.
To prevent further infection spread and the development of secondary complications, prompt recognition, and appropriate antibiotic treatment, often in conjunction with surgical debridement, are required.
Hello. Please I need to do a PowerPoint project. Should be no less than 30 slides without counting the presentation and references, with illustrations, and with the specifications required by the institution. It should be on Friday 08/26/2022. APA format is required for this written assignment. This is a safe-assign homework, no more than 20% of similarities are permitted.
Child HEENT diseases
Otitis acute and chronic
The presentation should include each disease: (Croup, Otitis acute, and chronic, Infectious mononucleosis, Conjunctivitis, Refraction problems, Mastoiditis, Rhinitis, Sinusitis, and Pharyngitis)
2. Clinical presentation
3. Signs and Symptoms
4. Lab and examens to diagnose the disease
5. Treatment (Specify doses and time)