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1

How old is considered "Neonatal"?

<30 days

2

How old is considered "Pediatric"?

Up to 18 yo (<18)

3

What is the primary energy source for peds?

Glucose

4

What is the primary energy source for adults?

Fatty acids

5

When do neonates myocardium mature?

3-12 months

6

What is immature myocardium prone to?

Stretch injury

7

Weight: <10 kg Volume: ?

85 cc/kg

8

Weight: 11-20 kg Volume: ?

80 cc/kg

9

Weight: 21-30 kg Volume: ?

75 cc/kg

10

Weight: 31-40 kg Volume: ?

70 cc/kg

11

Weight: > 40 kg Volume?

65 cc/kg

12

What weight is considered an adult?

>40 kg

13

What size are Neonatal Packs?

3/16'' x 1/4''

14

What size are infant packs?

1/4'' x 1/4''

15

What size are pediatric packs?

1/4'' x 3/8''

16

What size are small adult packs?

3/8'' x 3/8''

17

What size are adult packs?

3/8'' x 1/2''

18

Normothermic Flow Weight 0-3 kg

200 cc/kg

19

Normothermic Flow Weight 3-10

150 cc/kg

20

Normothermic Flow Weight 10-15 kg

125 cc/kg

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Normothermic Flow WEight 15-30 kg

100 cc/kg

22

Normothermic Flow Weight >30 kg

75 cc/kg

23

Normothermic Flow Weight >55 kg

65 cc/kg

24

Some hospitals will index peds flows @ ____m^2 up to ______ m^2

2.4 m2 up to 3.2m2

25

What is the SV/rev in a 3/16'' boot diameter?

7 cc

26

Do not exceed ______ rpms for max tubing flows?

100 rpms

27

Look for _____ flow- ______ pressure drops.

High, low

28

What is the max flow and the prime volume of the Terumo Baby RX05

1.5 L/min 43 ccs

29

Basic Prime Constituents: Adults

Mannitol NaHCO3 Albumin/Hetastarch Normosol Antibiotic Heparin 10 K units

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Basic Prime Constituents: Pediatrics

Mannitol 25% Albumin CaCl2 Solumedrol Packed RBCs NaHCO3 Normosol Antibiotic Heparin 100 units