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Date of Completion Jul 25, 2019 09:05 AM Charlie Snow Age: 6 years Diagnosis : Anaphylaxis Score 0 0 0 100% Feedback Log
0:00 You arrived at the child. 0:00 You introduced yourself. 0:10 Child status - ECG: Sinus tachycardia. Heart rate: 156. Pulse: Present. Blood pressure: 108/72 mmHg. Respiration: 30. Conscious state: Appropriate. SpO2: 91%. Temp: 37.2 C 0:29 You sat the child up. It is correct to do so. 0:40 You washed your hands. To maintain patient safety it is important to wash your hands as soon as you enter the room. 1:04 Child status - ECG: Sinus tachycardia. Heart rate: 156. Pulse: Present. Blood pressure: 101/67 mmHg. Respiration: 25. Conscious state: Appropriate. SpO2: 90%. Temp: 37.1 C 1:08 You identified the child. To maintain patient safety it is important that you quickly identify the child. 1:17 You identified the relatives. This is important, as the patient is below 18 years of age. 1:36 You obtained legal consent from the child's relative. This was reasonable. 2:04 Child status - ECG: Sinus tachycardia. Heart rate: 156. Pulse: Present. Blood pressure: 101/67 mmHg. Respiration: 25. Conscious state: Appropriate. SpO2: 89%. Temp: 37.1 C 2:40 You asked the parent: Does he have any known allergies? The parent replied: 'Yes - he is allergic to peanuts, perfumes and dyes.' 3:04 Child status - ECG: Sinus tachycardia. Heart rate: 156. Pulse: Present. Blood pressure: 100/67 mmHg. Respiration: 28. Conscious state: Appropriate. SpO2: 88%. Temp: 37.1 C 3:31 You looked for normal breathing. He is breathing at 29 breaths per minute. He has retractions, a prolonged expiration phase, and a lot of audible wheezing. There is increased respiratory effort. 4:04 Child status - ECG: Sinus tachycardia. Heart rate: 156. Pulse: Present. Blood pressure: 98/66 mmHg. Respiration: 30. Conscious state: Appropriate. SpO2: 88%. Temp: 37.1 C 4:07 You listened to the lungs of the child. He has retractions, a prolonged expiration phase, and a lot of audible wheezing. In the clinical situation you should auscultate the lungs both anteriorly and posteriorly.

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