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What is the most common cyanotic congenital heart defect?CorrectIncorrect
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You are transporting an 8-month-old infant with a 3-day history of vomiting and mucous, jelly-like stool. The infant has intermittent intense distress. On exam, you note a sausage-shaped mass in the RUQ. Your initial differential diagnosis is?CorrectIncorrect
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A neonate has sudden decompensation two days after going home with their parents. The infant was full-term and seemingly healthy. On assessment, you note pre-ductal SpO2 on the right hand of 90% and identify lower extremity SpO2 at 70%. No femoral pulses are noted and you find a distended abdomen. What is your clinical diagnosis?CorrectIncorrect
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Your team is resuscitating a 2-day-old, 34 weeks post-conceptual age neonate that has abdominal swelling and vomiting and has not passed meconium via bowel movement. The x-ray is below. What is your suspected diagnosis?CorrectIncorrect
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Your neonate has an order for continuous prostaglandin administration. What is the starting dose?CorrectIncorrect
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Which of the following congenital disorders results in a right-to-left shunt?CorrectIncorrect
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You are called to transport a 5-day-old neonate with a diagnosis of Tetralogy of Fallot (TOF). You know that this congenital defect causes severe hypoxia. What is the long-term treatment to correct the heart defect?CorrectIncorrect
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The primary physiologic stimulus that causes closure of the PDA is?CorrectIncorrect
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Match the following congenital heart defect with the correct pathophysiology or treatment.
- Pulmonary artery and aorta are switched; coronary circulation is reversed and connected to the pulmonary artery.
- Conduit Homograft pulmonary artery is used to connect PA to right ventricle
- Right upward displacement of the aorta, stenotic pulmonic valve, right ventricular hypertrophy, and VSD
- Hypoplastic right ventricle
- Right to left shunt
- Norwood, Glenn, and Fontan procedures
- Will be given Indomethacin for closure
- Pulmonary veins do not drain into the left atrium like normal
Transposition of the great vessels
Tetralogy of Fallot
Ventral septal defect
Hypoplastic left heart
Patent ductus arteriosus
Total anomalous pulmonary venous return