Omphalocele and Gastroschisis o Impaired blood supply to the herniated organs, and intestinal obstruction o Major intravascular fluid

shift and dehydration→ full-strength balanced salt solution o Hypothermia and hypoglycemia A→ possible difficult airway → Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome consists of mental retardation, hypoglycemia, congenital heart disease, a large tongue, and an omphalocele. B→ respiratory failure C→ CHD in 20% of infants with omphalocele. Induction: NG → aspirate gastric content then RSI , need large IV , possible central, and arterial line Post-op→ keep intubated M→ ↓ intravascular volume, with lytes abnormality

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