Traumatic or noninfectious
Generally rapid in onset (<4–6 hr) depending on etiolo...
Rapid assessment of airway, definitive management as warranted
Peripheral IV access
Assessment of patient surroundings, potential ingestions/inhalants
Severe airway obstruction warranting definitive airway and ventilatory management
Uvulitis can be caused by several etiologies ranging from infection to hereditary disorder
Treatment should be directed toward the suspected etiology based on history and exam
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300932000 Uvulitis (disorder)
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