Jillian Connors
Boston Children's Hospital
Technical reportHydrops fetalisChecklistNeonatal resuscitationAbdominal paracentesisIntensive careMedical emergencyMedicine
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#1Jillian Connors (Boston Children's Hospital)
#1Jillian Connors (Boston Children's Hospital)
Last. Deborah Campbell (Boston Children's Hospital)H-Index: 3
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At the time of discharge from the NICU, many infants have ongoing complex medical issues that will require coordinated, multispecialty follow-up. Discharge planning and transfer of care for infants with medical complexity require a multidisciplinary team effort that begins early during the NICU hospitalization. It is critical that the primary care physician is involved in this process because he or she will serve as the chief communicator and coordinator of care after discharge. Although some in...
#2Orna Rosen (Boston Children's Hospital)
Last. Orna RosenH-Index: 1
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This technical report describes the creation of a model of a newborn with hydrops fetalis (HF). This model is easy to assemble, quite authentic and reusable allowing for many neonatal intensive care providers to practice rare, life-saving procedures. Learning objectives and a critical action checklist have been included to guide the simulation and add additional complexity to the scenario, if desired.