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FPIES/Hypovolemic Shock - Infant - Sim@FH - 07-12-2021

FPIES/Hypovolemic Shock - Infant
Created May 4, 2021

Contact Information

     Developed by: Dr. Navid Deghani, Zoe Schuler
     Developed for: Fraserhealth
     Submitted by: Sim@FH
     Contact Email: simulation@fraserhealth.ca
     Peer Reviewed: <strong>Yes</strong> (The information is provided below)

Scenario Information

     Case Summary:

     ­A 6 month old infant will present with lethargy and profuse vomiting.  The infant will then have profuse, uncontrollable diarrhea.  The infant will become bradycardic, require chest compressions/ventilation, aggressive fluid replacement, & blood glucose correction.  The infant will respond favourably, and recover

     Target Learning Groups:

      Physicians, Nursing, Respiratory Therapy

     Additional Target Learning Groups:


     Proposed Setting:

     Emergency Department

     Educational Goals:

     1. Identify hypovolemic shock
2. Calculate and administer NS bolus
3. Correct blood glucose
4. Manage pediatric bradycardic arrest

Peer Review Information

Clinical Content Peer Review

      Clinical Content Reviewer: Dr. Navid Deghani Reviewed on: 05/04/2021

      Notes on Clinical Content Peer Review:


Simulation/Educational Review

     Simulation/Educational Reviewer: Zoe Schuler Reviewed on: 07/06/2021

     Notes on Simulation/Educational Peer Review:


Simulation/Educational Real Time Review

     Simulation/Educational Real Time Reviewer: Zoe Schuler Reviewed on: 07/08/2021

     Notes on Simulation/Educational Real Time Peer Review:


Extra Information

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     Additional Tags: hypovolemia, shock, infant, vomiting, diarrhea

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