The diagnosis of bronchiolitis and its severity is rooted inthe clinician's interpretation of the constellation ofcharacteristic findings and is not dependent on anyspecific clinical finding or diagnostic test （Bordley 2004[1a]）. Infants with acute bronchiolitis may present with awide range of clinical symptoms and severity, from mildupper respiratory infections to impending respiratoryfailure.
Does the use of corticosteroids plus epinephrinedecrease length of stay or duration of symptomsDoes the use of respiratory scoring decreaseunnecessary use of inhalation therapies
Does the use of hypertonic saline inhalations in firsttime wheezing infants less than 1 year of age improveclinical outcomes of interest, including length of stay:
If improvements are found with use of hypertonicsaline inhalations in wheezing infants less than 1 ofage what administration frequency is optimal