Waiting for the Paediatric Retrieval Team
This section covers the management of the critically ill child who needs intensive care support to be initiated outside the intensive care environment. It provides a structured approach to the initial resuscitation & stabilisation and provides advice on ongoing care until this is taken over by the paediatric intensive care retrieval team.
The Paediatric Emergencies – Waiting for the retrieval team conference is going ahead and will be held in Riddel Hall, Belfast on 5th April 2019. Tickets will go on sale on 14th September 2018 at 6pm BST.
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Like any sick child the initial management of the ‘Collapsed Neonate’ involves an ABCDE approach. While there are many possible causes, four major diagnoses must be considered…
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Bronchiolitis is a viral infection of the lower airways, most often in infants but can affect children up to two years of age. It is commonly caused by respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), although it can be caused by numerous other viruses and it has a peak incidence in the autumn/winter…
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Airway opening manoeuvres (avoid head-tilt and chin-lift in trauma, use jaw thrust) as required with high flow oxygen (10-15 litre/minute via face-mask with reservoir bag) and suction airway as needed. Immobilise cervical spine in trauma patient…
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Urgent semi-elective intubation and ventilation should be undertaken if there is ongoing signs of shock unresponsive to 40 ml/kg of fluid resuscitation or if there is airway obstruction/loss of protective airway reflexes at any stage (cardiovascular resuscitation should occur before induction of anaesthesia)…
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Airway opening manoeuvres with high flow oxygen (10-15 litre/minute via face-mask with reservoir bag) and suction secretions as needed. Consider nasopharyngeal airway if difficultly maintaining airway (insertion of oropharyngeal airway normally not possible due to clenched teeth)…
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Intubate if there are life threatening features that are refractory to standard treatment i.e. silent chest, oxygen saturations <92%, cyanosis, poor respiratory effort, hypotension, altered consciousness or exhaustion...
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Paediatric Emergencies - Waiting for the Retrieval Team
5th April 2019
Riddel Hall, Belfast
Cost – £50
Programme subject to change
This course is currently sold out. You can join the waiting list by clicking on the link below.
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