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Oral case 118

Created: 5/11/2004

Pediatrics- airway management

A 3-year old girl presents to the emergency room with dyspnea and stridor. The pediatric intern wants to inspect her posterior pharynx to see why she is having trouble breathing.

1. What is your response?

2. How would you proceed?

Evaluation of postoperative jaundice

1. How would you evaluate a patient with postoperative jaundice whose internist wrote in the chart that the anesthetic caused it?

Protamine reaction

A patient undergoing coronary artery bypass graft surgery develops generalized erythema, wheezing, and hypotension five minutes after protamine is given.

1. How would you manage the patient?

2. He is re-heparinized and "crashed" onto bypass for resuscitation. How do you now manage heparin antagonism after the subsequent wean from bypass?

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