W1131- Emergencies in the Technology-Dependent Child: What Every Pediatrician Should Know (Repeats from W1059)

Topic: Hospital Medicine & Disaster Preparedness

Sponsors: Section on Hospital Medicine (SOHM)|Disaster Preparedness Advisory Council (DPAC)

Saturday, October 22
2:00PM - 3:30PM
Moscone North, 132

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This session will provide a brief, interactive overview of devices utilized by technology-dependent children for their neurologic, respiratory, and nutritional needs. In small breakout groups, participants will rotate through three hands-on stations arranged to simulate a complex care emergency. At each station, a session leader will present a case, facilitate the group as it works through the scenario, and review key concepts and trouble-shooting techniques during the debriefing. Participants will have the opportunity to manipulate devices and ask questions at each station. As a large group, participants will develop strategies to implement safety principles learned in this workshop for trainees, colleagues, and other health care personnel in their practices.

Priti Bhansali, MD, MEd

Associate Professor of Pediatrics, District of Columbia

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Neha Shah, MD, MPH

Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Children's National Health System
The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Washington, District of Columbia

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