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Table 1 Chief complaint, diagnosis, and diagnosis/antibiotic combination triggers of iCPR tools

From: Rationale, design, and implementation protocol of an electronic health record integrated clinical prediction rule (iCPR) randomized trial in primary care

Strep Pneumonia
Chief Complaint
Sore throat Possible pneumonia
Strep pharyngitis Pleurisy
Dysphagia Chest hurts when breathing
Throat hurts Productive cough with shortness of breath
Throat discomfort New onset shortness of breath
Recent contact (children) with pharyngitis  
Acute pharyngitis Acute bronchitis
Bacterial pharyngitis Acute bronchitis with bronchospasm
Chronic pharyngitis Aspiration pneumonia
Difficulty in swallowing Atypical pneumonia
Odynophagia Bronchiectasis with acute exacerbation
Pain on swallowing Bronchitis
Pharyngitis Bronchitis with chronic airway obstruction
Pharyngitis acute Bronchitis, chronic
Pharyngitis due to group A beta hemolytic Streptococci Bronchitis, not specified as acute or chronic
Sore throat CAP (community acquired pneumonia)
Sore throat (viral) Community acquired pneumonia
Sore throat - chronic Legionella infection
Sorethroat LRTI (lower respiratory tract infection)
Strep sore throat Pneumonia
Strep throat Pneumonia, aspiration
Streptococcal pharyngitis Pneumonia, community acquired
Streptococcal sore throat Pneumonia, organism unspecified
Throat discomfort Productive cough
Throat infection - pharyngitis Sputum production
Throat pain  
Throat soreness  
Viral pharyngitis  
Diagnosis and antibiotic combination*
Difficulty swallowing liquids Abnormal breathing
Difficulty swallowing solids Airway obstruction
Dysphagia Allergic cough
Dysphagia, oropharyngeal Breathing difficulty
Dysphagia, unspecified Breathing problem
Esophageal dysphagia Chest congestion
Impaired swallowing Chest heaviness
Intermittent dysphagia Chronic cough
Laryngeal pain Chronic coughing
Pain on swallowing Congestion pulmonary
Pain or burning when swallowing Cough
Pain with swallowing Cough due to angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor
Painful swallowing Cough secondary to angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor (ACE-I)
Problems with swallowing Coughing
Swallowing difficulty Cryptogenic organizing pneumonia
Swallowing disorder DOE (dyspnea on exertion)
Swallowing impairment Dry cough
Swallowing pain Dyspnea
Swallowing pain or burning Dyspnea on exertion
Swallowing painful Exertional dyspnea
Trouble swallowing Hypercarbia
  Non-productive cough
  Nonproductive cough
  Other dyspnea and respiratory abnormality
  Productive cough
  Pulmonary edema
  Recurrent upper respiratory infection (URI)
  Respiratory tract infection
  Shortness of breath
  Shortness of breath dyspnea
  Shortness of breath on exertion
  SOB (shortness of breath)
  Trouble breathing
  URI (upper respiratory infection)
  Viral bronchitis
  DOE (dyspnea on exertion)
  1. *Antibiotics: Oral penicillins, macrolides, cephalosporins, quinolones, tetracyclines