A 6-year-old, 14-kg girl, status/post repair of a tracheoesophageal fistula in infancy, is scheduled for a colon esophagus. In addition to her TE fistula, she had an imperforate anus and a tetralogy of Fallot, all repaired in infancy. She has intermittent wheezing and currently refluxes at night. She takes Protonix® daily and uses her Albuterol inhaler on a weekly basis. Vital signs are BP = 100/70 mmHg, P = 95 bpm, R = 16/min, T = 37°C. Her hemoglobin is 10.5 g/dL.
KeywordsImperforate Anus Duodenal Obstruction Duodenal Atresia Double Bubble Fluid Deficit
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