45mg/dl in neonates
60mg/dl in infants and children
62. What is the volume of blood that is transfused in a pediatric patient with hemorrhagic shock?
10-15ml/kg of PRBCs
63. What are the ECG characteristics of SVT?
Heart rate > 220 for infants
Heart rate > 180 for children
P waves absent or abnormal
PR interval absent
QRS complex is usually narrow
Rhythm is regular
64. What are some conditions that may predispose a patient to torsades de pointed
Long QT syndrome
Antiarrhythmic drug toxicity
Other drug toxicities phenothiazines, tricyclic antidepressants. calcium channel blockers
65. Name some examples of distributive shock.
Septic shock, neurogenic shock, and anaphylactic shock.