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Epi Dose IV or IO? ET tube?
.1mg/kg 1:1000 ( 10 times the dose)
What is the proper dose of dextrose? d25 from what age? d10 for what age?
.5-1.0 grams/kg d 25 from 6 mo. up d10 less than 6mo.
what part of a childs airway narrows?
what is the prenatal period?
time from conception to delivery
pts with preexisting heart conditions may develope what due to the increase in blood volume?
up until what week is it known as an embryo?
from 8weeks - birth what is it called?
the first trimester is from?
what is abortion?
termination of preg before the 20th week of gestation
what is ectopic preg?
fetus plants outside the uterus- life threat
what is placenta previa?
fetus implants on the lowere half of he uterine wall- painless bright read bleeding
what are the signs and symptoms of abuptio placentae?
tearing pain, boardlike abd, sometimes bleeding sometimes not
how do u fix braxton-hicks contractions?
gives fluids- stops ahd and oxytocin
how do u fix eclampsia?
mag sulfate- diazepam ( valium)
when does preelampsia usually occur?
in the last 10 weeks
what is a normal fetal heart rate?
what is puerperium?
the time period surrounding the birth of the fetus
what are the 3 stages of birth?
dilation- birth of fetus- birth of placenta
when do u assess with the apgar score?
1 and 5 mins
what is normal rr for neonates?
a hr for a neonates less than 60 do what?
hypoxia causes what?
whats the max time to suction?
infants are what age?
what age group do u do a toe-head?
toddlers 1-3 years
preschoolers what age?
what is the carefree age group?
school age 6-12 years
adolescents are what age group?
13-18 years - listen to what they say as well as what they dont say
what is the sallicks maneuver?
pressure placed on the cricoid cartilage compressing the esophagus which reduces regurgitation and helps bring the vocal cords into view.
after what age can u used a cuffed et tube?
patients age +16/ 4 is what?
size of et tube youll need
what are the 2 problems taht lead to cardiapulmonary arrest in children?
shock- resp failure
what is the dose for fluid bolus?
10 mg/kg infant
20 mg/kg older
2 common upper respiratory infections?
croup - apiglottitis
2 lower respiratory emergencies?
what are s&s of croup?
brassy cough- viral infection often winter and fall 6mo.- 4 years old
s&s of epiglottitis?
life threat bacterial infection- high temp- brassy cough- drooling- usually 3-7 years of age
what is a med control option for croup and epiglottitis?
apt 1:1000 .01-.03 mg/kg sq