Evolve Case Study Congenital Heart Disease

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Does anyone have the RSV case study for evolve Hesi?

Six-week-old Grace arrives in the emergency department by ambulance with her mother Wendy. The mother stated that the infant has had a 2-day history of cold symptoms. Today, the infant became limp, cyanotic, and was not breathing. The mother revived the infant by performing mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. An ambulance arrives and the emergency medical technician (EMT) stabilized Grace before transporting the infant to the Emergency Center. This information is reported to the nurse by the EMT upon the infant’s arrival to the Emergency Center.
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Does anyone have the RSV case study for evolve Hesi?

Six-week-old Grace arrives in the emergency department by ambulance with her mother Wendy. The mother stated that the infant has had a 2-day history of cold symptoms. Today, the infant became limp, cyanotic, and was not breathing. The mother revived the infant by performing mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. An ambulance arrives and the emergency medical technician (EMT) stabilized Grace before transporting the infant to the Emergency Center. This information is reported to the nurse by the EMT upon the infant’s arrival to the Emergency Center.


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Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), which causes infection of the lungs and breathing passages, is a major cause of respiratory illness in young children.

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In adults, it may only produce symptoms of a common cold, such as a stuffy or runny nose, sore throat, mild headache, cough, fever, and a general feeling of being ill. But in premature babies and kids with diseases that affect the lungs, heart, or immune system, RSV infections can lead to other more serious illnesses.

RSV is highly contagious and can be spread through droplets containing the virus when someone coughs or sneezes. It also can live on surfaces (such as countertops or doorknobs) and on hands and clothing, so it can be easily spread when a person touches something contaminated.

RSV can spread rapidly through schools and childcare centers. Babies often get it when older kids carry the virus home from school and pass it to them. Almost all kids are infected with RSV at least once by the time they're 2 years old.
Cleft lip/ cleft palate
1.   C
2.   A
3.   D
4.   B
5.   D
6.   A
7.   B
8.   C
9.   C
10.    B
11.   C
12.   B
13.   A
14.   D
15.   C
16.   D
17.   A
18.   A
19.   B
20.   D
21.   C
22.   B
23.   D
24.   D
25.   C





Congenital Heart Disease
1.   B
2.   A
3.   C
4.   B
5.   D
6.   A
7.   D
8.   B
9.   C
10.   C
11.   C
12.   B
13.   B
14.   B
15.   C
16.   D
17.   C
18.   B
19.   B
20.   C
21.   C
22.   C
23.   A
24.   C
25.   B
26.   B
27.   C
28.   A
29.   B
30.   B
31.   D
32.   C
33.   C


CYSTIC FIBROSIS
1.   C
2.   A
3.   D
4.   D
5.   D
6.   B
7.   D
8.   C
9.   A
10.   A
11.   A
12.   D
13.   C
14.   A
15.   C
16.   C
17.   A
18.   B
19.   C
20.   A
21.   B
22.   B
23.   D
24.   B
25.   A
26.   B
27.   D
28.   B


BURNS
1.   D
2.   B
3.   A
4.   A
5.   D
6.   B
7.   C
8.   A
9.   C
10.   C
11.   C
12.   B
13.   D
14.   C
15.   A
16.   A
17.   B
18.   A
19.   C
20.   A
21.   B
22.   D
23.   B
24.   B
25.   D
26.   A
27.   C
28.   D
29.   C
30.   B


COMPOUND FRACTURE
1.   B
2.   C
3.   D
4.   B
5.   B
6.   A
7.   A
8.   B
9.   D
10.   B
11.   C
12.   C
13.   B
14.   B
15.   D
16.   D
17.   A
18.   C
19.   A
20.   C
21.   D
22.   B
23.   D
24.   D
25.   D
26.   B
27.   D


SICKLE CELL
1.   D
2.   B
3.   D
4.   C
5.   B
6.   D
7.   D
8.   A
9.   B
10.   D
11.   C
12.   A
13.   B
14.   B
15.   D
16.   D
17.   B
18.   C
19.   B
20.   C
21.   C
22.   A
23.   C
24.   B
25.   B
26.   C
27.   A
28.   B
29.   D


RSV
1.   B
2.   A
3.   C
4.   B
5.   B
6.   D
7.   D
8.   C
9.   A
10.   C
11.   C
12.   D
13.   A
14.   B
15.   B
16.   C
17.   A
18.   B

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