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Post-Op: Hypoxia & Hypotension

Children's National

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

Children's National

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,

Tracheostomy Complications – Occluded Inner Cannula (Fresh Tracheostomy)

NYU Grossman School of Medicine

The patient us a 65 year-old man who has been in the MICU for 14 days with acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). He had a percutaneous tracheostomy performed 2 days ago and he continues to require mechanical ventilatory support. You are called to the bedside by the ICU nurse because...

Internal Medicine
Intensive Care

The patient us a 65 year-old man who has been in the MICU for 14 days with acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). He had a...

Case Information:
Bundles:
Learner Population: Advanced Practice Provider, Nursing, Physician
Specialty: Internal Medicine, Intensive Care
Author: NYU Grossman School of Medicine
Language: English
Room size: 12x12
Setting: Hospital
Patient ect: Adult
Patient Gender: Male
Tags: ards, hypoventilation, hypoxia, inner cannula, occlusion, percutaneous, tension pneumothorax, Trach, tracheostomy,

Tracheostomy Complications – Displacement

NYU Grossman School of Medicine

The patient in this scenario is a 65-year-old man with a 120-pack-year smoking history who has been in the surgical intensive care unit (SICU) for 24 hours. He had a total laryngectomy performed one day prior for laryngeal carcinoma. He required mechanical ventilatory support immediately postoperatively via a #8 cuffed...

Internal Medicine

The patient in this scenario is a 65-year-old man with a 120-pack-year smoking history who has been in the surgical intensive care unit (SICU) for...

Case Information:
Bundles:
Learner Population: Advanced Practice Provider, Nursing, Resident
Specialty: Internal Medicine
Author: NYU Grossman School of Medicine
Language: English
Room size: 15x15
Setting: Hospital
Patient ect: Geriatric: 65+
Patient Gender: Male
Tags: hypoxia, icu, laryngeal carcinoma, laryngectomy, laryngectomy stoma, postoperative, respiratory distress, SICU, tracheostomy,