*History questions on 26 months old downs Syndrome Tommy Acker and what Physical exams to be done
Tommy, a 26-month-old male with Down syndrome, was brought into the ED by his mother who reports he has been “complaining” of abdominal pain x 2 days, had emesis x 1, is lethargic, sweating, breathing rapidly and has diminished urine output. All symptoms started soon after his “falling out of the bed during his nap.” She denies associated head trauma but claims he is not eating or drinking. She denies prior injuries that required medical attention. PMH is notable for post atrial-septal defect repair with transient CHF as an infant. The child appears listless and pale.