This is a great example of a poorly written question. Is the infant still sedated from the surgery or ventilated? What is even happening to the surgical site? Why is analgesic therapy not already on-board post surgery? Why is this author such a douche-bag?
Perhaps the world will never know.
"Placenta appears complete but torn" - if it's torn and only appears complete, rather than being confirmed as complete, how can you rule out retained placental tissue? You wouldn't just assume it was complete at a complex delivery, it would require confirmation.
Male (XY) + Encapsulated organisms = X linked (Bruton) agammaglobulinemia
Remember: S pneumoniae is a gram positive lancet-shaped diplococcus and is the #1 cause of MOPS (meningitis, otitis media, pneumonia, sinusitis)
N meningitidis is a gram negative diploccocus
This one made no sense. Celecoxib is already the strongest NSAID. I would rather give Dexamethasone. Which works along a seperate mechanism of action.