<< Pediatric Submersion Injuries: Emergency Care And Resuscitation (Trauma CME)

Case Presentation and Conclusion

Case Presentations

A 10-month-old girl is brought to the ED after she had been missing and was finally located at the bottom of the pool after 15 minutes of searching. Rescue breaths were given by bystanders, but on arrival to the ED, she is in full cardiorespiratory arrest with a GCS score of 3. She is intubated, and passive rewarming measures are initiated. After intraosseous access is obtained, 2 doses of epinephrine are given with a return of spontaneous circulation after 10 minutes. The process to admit this patient is initiated...

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