1. Coarctaction of the Aorta – congenital heart defect due to a “crimp” in aorta leading to bounding brachial and radial pulses and decreased femoral pulses.
2. Kawasaki Disease – vasculitis causing high fever for over 5 days, conjunctivitis, strawberry tongue, and edema of hands and feet.
3. Commotio Cordis – chest trauma resulting in V Fib or Asystole.
4. Caregiver’s diluting formula – causes hyponatremia and risk of seizures.
5. Volvulus – malrotation of bowel causing bilious vomiting, surgical emergency.
6. Intussusception – telescoping of bowel causing currant-jelly stool and sausage-shaped mass. Treat with barium enema.
7. Henoch-Schoenlein Purpura (HSP) – vasculitis with purpuric rash and fever.
8. Glomerulonephritis – brown foamy urine and peripheral edema after strep throat.
9. MVC Lap-restraint only - small bowel rupture and chance fractu