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BTT Shunt Occlusion

Children's National

The patient is a 5-week-old baby girl with a prenatal diagnosis of hypoplastic left heart syndrome, status post-Norwood with a 3.5mm BTT shunt at DOL5. Her intraoperative and postoperative course was relatively unremarkable, and she had been in the hospital for two weeks post-op, working on feeding issues. She has...

Pediatrics

The patient is a 5-week-old baby girl with a prenatal diagnosis of hypoplastic left heart syndrome, status post-Norwood with a 3.5mm BTT shunt at DOL5....

Case Information:
Bundles:
Learner Population: Nursing, Resident
Specialty: Pediatrics
Author: Children's National
Language: English
Room size: 12x12
Setting: Hospital
Patient ect: Pediatric
Patient Gender: Female
Tags: emesis, hypoplastic, infant, norwood, pediatrics, postoperative, shunt,

Chest Pain

Children's National

In this scenario, you are called to evaluate an adolescent in the Emergency Department for severe chest/epigastric pain, headache, and emesis. The patient is a 15-year-old previously healthy male who developed fever, nasal congestion, rhinorrhea, cough, and malaise 1 week ago. He was seen by his PMD and started on...

Cardiology
Emergency Medicine
Pediatrics

In this scenario, you are called to evaluate an adolescent in the Emergency Department for severe chest/epigastric pain, headache, and emesis. The patient is a...

Case Information:
Bundles:
Learner Population: Advanced Practice Provider, Nursing, Physician
Specialty: Cardiology, Emergency Medicine, Pediatrics
Author: Children's National
Language: English
Room size: 12x12
Setting: Hospital
Patient ect: <18
Patient Gender: Male
Tags: adolescent, cardiology, chest pain, cticu, dyspnea, emergency, malaise, pediatrics,

Coarctation

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2-week-old baby girl otherwise healthy, born at 38 weeks presenting with respiratory distress. Her parents have noted that she has been breathing faster and feeding less. She has an older brother (3-year-old who is in daycare). Symptoms have been getting worse over the last couple days. She was seen at...

Cardiology
Pediatrics

2-week-old baby girl otherwise healthy, born at 38 weeks presenting with respiratory distress. Her parents have noted that she has been breathing faster and feeding...

Case Information:
Bundles:
Learner Population: Advanced Practice Provider, Nursing, Physician
Specialty: Cardiology, Pediatrics
Author: Children's National
Language: English
Room size: 12x12
Setting: Hospital
Patient ect: Infant
Patient Gender: Female
Tags: CXR, ED, icu, pediatrics, PGE, respiratory distress,

Desaturation & Bradycardia

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In this scenario the patient is a 2-month-old ex-full-term male with a history of a small secundum ASD and moderate conoventricular septal defect. He is POD#0 from stitch closure of ASD and patch repair of the VSD. The post-op TEE shows a small residual ASD, no residual VSD, and good...

Cardiology
Pediatrics

In this scenario the patient is a 2-month-old ex-full-term male with a history of a small secundum ASD and moderate conoventricular septal defect. He is...

Case Information:
Bundles:
Learner Population: Advanced Practice Provider, Nursing, Physician, Resident
Specialty: Cardiology, Pediatrics
Author: Children's National
Language: English
Room size: 12x12
Setting: Hospital
Patient ect: Infant
Patient Gender: Male
Tags: asd, cariology, conoventricular septal defect, infant, patch repair, pediatrics, postoperative, tee, vsd,

Intubation of Suspected COVID Patient

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In this scenario, a patient with a history of repaired congenital heart disease arrives at the CICU in respiratory distress. This case is progressing to respiratory failure and the patient requires immediate intubation. Learners will start outside the room and receive pre-arrival information of impending respiratory failure. The learner must...

Pediatrics

In this scenario, a patient with a history of repaired congenital heart disease arrives at the CICU in respiratory distress. This case is progressing to...

Case Information:
Bundles:
Learner Population: Nursing, Physician, Resident
Specialty: Pediatrics
Author: Children's National
Language: English
Room size: 12x12
Setting: Hospital
Patient ect: Infant
Patient Gender: Male
Tags: congenital heart disease, covid, intubation, pediatric covid, pediatric intubation, pediatric respiratory distress, ppe, respiratory distress, respiratory failure,

Low Cardiac Output Syndrome

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A 3 month-old infant s/p complete AV canal defect repair is recovering in the first postoperative night in the cardiac intensive care unit. He develops junctional ectopic tachycardia with a narrow pulse pressure and hypotension. Learners must recognize and diagnose the arrhythmia and provide therapies to improve the cardiac output...

Cardiology
Pediatrics

A 3 month-old infant s/p complete AV canal defect repair is recovering in the first postoperative night in the cardiac intensive care unit. He develops...

Case Information:
Bundles:
Learner Population: Advanced Practice Provider, Nursing, Physician
Specialty: Cardiology, Pediatrics
Author: Children's National
Language: English
Room size: 12x12
Setting: Hospital
Patient ect: Infant
Patient Gender: Male
Tags: arrhythmia, cardiology, hypotension, infant, junctional ectopic tachycardia, neonatal, pediatrics, post op, postoperative,

Post-Op SVT

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In this scenario, a 7-day old infant is in the cardiac intensive care unit recovering from a coarctation repair. The patient is intubated with all postoperative lines, drains, etc. and is in hemodynamically unstable supraventricular tachycardia at the beginning of the scenario. The patient has already been given adenosine twice...

Cardiology
Pediatrics

In this scenario, a 7-day old infant is in the cardiac intensive care unit recovering from a coarctation repair. The patient is intubated with all...

Case Information:
Bundles:
Learner Population: Advanced Practice Provider, Nursing, Physician, Resident
Specialty: Cardiology, Pediatrics
Author: Children's National
Language: English
Room size: 12x12
Setting: Hospital
Patient ect: Infant
Patient Gender: Unspecified
Tags: adenosine, arrhythmia, arrhythmia-associated hypotension, cardiology, cardioversion, coarctation repair, icu, infant, postoperative, unstable svt,

Post-Op: Hypoxia & Hypotension

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In this scenario the patient is a 4 d/o male with HLHS (mitral and aortic atresia) s/p Stage 1 (Norwood) procedure presenting in a low-output state with progressive hypotension and hypoxemia. Learners must assess the patient, evaluate the situation, recognize abnormal findings, and respond with appropriate interventions.

Cardiology
Pediatrics

In this scenario the patient is a 4 d/o male with HLHS (mitral and aortic atresia) s/p Stage 1 (Norwood) procedure presenting in a low-output...

Case Information:
Bundles:
Learner Population: Advanced Practice Provider, Nursing, Physician
Specialty: Cardiology, Pediatrics
Author: Children's National
Language: English
Room size: 12x12
Setting: Hospital
Patient ect: Infant
Patient Gender: Male
Tags: calcium, cardiology, hlhs, hypotension, hypoxia, infant, inotropy, norwood, pediatrics, post op, postoperative,

Pulmonary Hypertensive Crisis

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In this scenario, the patient is a 3-day-old male with a history of obstructed supracardiac TAPVR. He progressively develops a pulmonary hypertensive crisis with decreasing oxygen saturation, elevated heart rate, and decreasing blood pressure. The learner must recognize that the patient is at high risk for a pulmonary hypertensive crisis...

Cardiology
Pediatrics

In this scenario, the patient is a 3-day-old male with a history of obstructed supracardiac TAPVR. He progressively develops a pulmonary hypertensive crisis with decreasing...

Case Information:
Bundles:
Learner Population: Advanced Practice Provider, Physician, Resident
Specialty: Cardiology, Pediatrics
Author: Children's National
Language: English
Room size: 12x12
Setting: Hospital
Patient ect: Infant
Patient Gender: Male
Tags: congenital heart disease, hypoxia, inotropy, neonatal cardiac arrest, neonatal hypoxia, neonatal respiratory distress, paralysis, pulmonary hypertensive crisis, sedation, tapvr,

Tetralogy of Fallot with Hypercyanotic Spell

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The patient is a 2 week-old baby boy with prenatal diagnosis of Tetralogy of Fallot. An IV was placed when the patient was in the triage area and the saturations since the arrival to the ED have been in the 60s. This scenario begins with a notably cyanotic infant with...

Pediatrics

The patient is a 2 week-old baby boy with prenatal diagnosis of Tetralogy of Fallot. An IV was placed when the patient was in the...

Case Information:
Bundles:
Learner Population: Nursing, Physician, Resident
Specialty: Pediatrics
Author: Children's National
Language: English
Room size: 12x12
Setting: Hospital
Patient ect: Infant
Patient Gender: Male
Tags: baby, CICU, cyanotic, emergency, hypercyanotic spell, infant, nasal cannula, neonatal, pediatrics, tetralogy of fallout, triage,

Unstable SVT in the ED

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A 5 day old infant is brought to the emergency department with irritability, decreased oral intake, hypoactivity, and tachycardia. He was intubated for transport here. He has given adenosine twice for supraventricular tachycardia and now requires further intervention.  

Critical Care
Emergency Medicine
Pediatrics

A 5 day old infant is brought to the emergency department with irritability, decreased oral intake, hypoactivity, and tachycardia. He was intubated for transport here....

Case Information:
Bundles:
Learner Population: Physician, Resident
Specialty: Critical Care, Emergency Medicine, Pediatrics
Author: Children's National
Language: English
Room size: 12x12
Setting: Emergency Department
Patient ect: Neonatal
Patient Gender: Male
Tags: cardiac ICU, cardioversion, pals, supraventricular tachycardia, torsades,