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Multisystem Inflammatory Symptoms in Children (MIS-C) - CHolmes - 07-30-2020

Multisystem Inflammatory Symptoms in Children  (MIS-C)
Created June 2020

Contact Information


     Developed by: Dr. A. Mackenzie-Feder
     Developed for:  
     Submitted by: CHolmes
     Contact Email: simulation@interiorhealth.ca
     Peer Reviewed: <strong>No</strong> (Has not been peer reviewed or the information will be provided later)



Scenario Information


     Case Summary:

     ­14 year old female with fever, vomiting, and diarrhea for 48 hours. Recent history of fall from bike with multiple abrasions to shins and arms. Previously well. No know sick contacts or COVID contacts. Patient ate a burger at a BBQ 2 days ago. Mother also complaining of GI symptoms. 

     Target Learning Groups:

      Physicians, Nursing, Specialist, Interprofessional Team

     Additional Target Learning Groups:

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     Proposed Setting:

     Emergency Department

     Educational Goals:

     - ­Recognition of possible MIS-C
- Management of MIS-C

- Recognition of a critically ill child and call for help early
- Anticipate and Plan
- Mobilize Resources




Peer Review Information


Clinical Content Peer Review

      Clinical Content Reviewer: Unknown Reviewed on: Unknown

      Notes on Clinical Content Peer Review:

      Unknown


Simulation/Educational Review

     Simulation/Educational Reviewer: Unknown Reviewed on: Unknown

     Notes on Simulation/Educational Peer Review:

     Unknown


Simulation/Educational Real Time Review

     Simulation/Educational Real Time Reviewer: Unknown Reviewed on: Unknown

     Notes on Simulation/Educational Real Time Peer Review:

     Unknown



Extra Information


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