You are called to the children’s ward to review a 6-year-old boy with Trisomy 21/Down’s Syndrome (DS). He has been diagnosed with pneumonia. He is severely hypoxemic despite high flow nasal O2.
Describe the important features of Down’s Syndrome and outline the impact they may have on his management.
To scale new heights of grammar pedantry, the author could breed division by pointing out that it's Down syndrome, not Down's syndrome, but even professional and charity organisations seem to do this apostrophe thing, and so anyway:
Donoso, F. A., et al. "Down Syndrome child in the Intensive care unit." Revista chilena de pediatria 88.5 (2017): 668-676.
Benhaourech, Sanaa, Abdenasser Drighil, and Ayoub El Hammiri. "Congenital heart disease and Down syndrome: various aspects of a confirmed association." Cardiovascular journal of Africa 27.5 (2016): 287-290.