REVIEW QUESTIONS

1. The nurse is using drawing, puppetry and other forms of play therapy while treating a terminally ill school aged child. The purpose of this technique is to help the child a. internalize his feelings about death and dying b. accept responsibility for his situation c. express feelings that he cannot articulate d. have a good time while he is in the hospital 2. The best term to use in describing recognizable patterns of malformation due to a single specific cause is: a. association b. syndrome c. heredity d. congenital 3. A deviation in chromosomes where one is absent from a pair: a. Trisomy c. Klinefelter's b. Monosomy d. Down's syndrome 4. You are the nurse in the NB nursery and you are informed that a NB with APGAR score of 1 and 4 will be brought to the nursery. You quickly prepare for the arrival of the NB and you determine that the priority intervention is to: a. connect the resuscitation bag to the oxygen b. turn on the apnea and cardiorespiratory monitor c. prepare for the insertion of an IV line with 5% dextrose in water d. set up the radiant warmer and control temperature at 36.5 C (97.6F) 5. All of the ff is basic family function EXCEPT: a. providing basic needs b. child bearing and child rearing c. providing communication and emotional support d. enabling enculturation and socialization e. preparing children to become citizens f. preparing children to become professionals 6. Basic family structures are the ff EXCEPT: a. reconstituted c. two career b. same sex d. composite 7. The following are common reactions of a family to a child's illness or hospitalization EXCEPT: a. loss of control b. possible impaired coping c. possible parental display of stress d. loss of chance 8. This theory of Growth and Development says that at each stage, regions of the body assume prominent psychologic significance as sources of pleasure: a. psychosocial c. cognitive b. psychosexual d. moral 9. Temperament involves the child's style of emotional and behavioral responses across situations. Types of temperament include the ff EXCEPT: a. easy c. slow to warm up b. difficult d. sensitive to warm up 9. Which among the ff is the leading cause of mortality in toddlers? a. congenital anomalies c. Homicide b. accidents d. Suicide 10. Leading causes of morbidity in children are the ff EXCEPT: a. acute conditions c. pediatric social illness b. LBW, poverty, homelessness d. media influences

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introduce stained vegetables at one time d. pedialyte d. The nurse makes which response to the client? a. that could be cancer. The nurse explains to the adolescent and the parents that treatment will correct the: a. deltoid d. The nurse opens the infant's airway by which method? a. You are preparing to administer an immunization to an 11 y/o child. anterolateral aspect of the thigh c. 5% albumin 19. let me know if it gets bigger next week d. observe stools for color and characteristics b. ventral gluteal muscle 20. deltoid ______________________________________________________________ . Which instruction is appropriate? a. abnormal curvature of the spine due to the inflammation. 10% glucose b. You as the nurse observes that the parents are hesitant to hold their baby. the esophagus terminates before it reaches the stomach. the best site should be: a. surgical closure is done at age 5 to 6 c. I'll ask the doctor c. gastric content regurgitate back into the esophagus d. abnormal lateral curvature of the spine d. An infant brought to the ER is unresponsive and in respiratory distress. post. he found a lump the size of a pea. begin to offer rice cereal mixed with breast milk or formula b. surgical closure is done immediately b. 14. a portion of the stomach protrudes through the esophageal hiatus of the diaphragm. You are also going to give medication to a toddler intramuscularly and you are aware that thjs time. stabilize the NB's fluid and electrolyte balance d. abdominal contents herniated through an opening of the diaphragm c. You base your response on which of the ff: a. that is important to report even though it might not be serious b. The nurse bases the response on which description of the disorder? a. excessive posterior curvature of the lumber spine b. it is treated by meds alone d. The doctor informs the nurse that a LGA baby with symptomatic polycythemia and hyperviscosity will undergo exchange transfusion. A NB is diagnosed with Hirschprung's disease based on failure to pass meconium. an important nursing consideration in working with the parents is to: a. abnormal anterior curvature of the lumbar spine c. 16. hyperextension b. Lactated Ringers c. The nurse prepares which fluid for use during the exchange transfusion? a. lumps like that are normal. 15. help the parents adjust to the congenital disorder c. 17. A male adolescent reports to the nurse that when performing TSE. teach the parents how to administer a Ba enema to their NB 13. An adolescent is diagnosed with scoliosis. some defects may close spontaneously 12. b. do not worry. Based on this assessment. tongue-jaw lift d. introduce strained fruits at one time c. jaw thrust c. Lateral aspect of the thigh b. begin to initiate self feeding. head tilt-chin lift 18. A nurse is caring for a child with a ventricular septal defect and the parents ask the nurse about the treatment for this disorder. A NB infant is diagnosed with esophageal atresia and the mother of the NB asks the nurse to explain the diagnosis. Which of the ff sites will the nurse select as the best area to administer the IM injection? a.11. The nurse employed in a well baby clinic is providing nutrition instructions to a mother of a 9 mo old infant.

permitting only hard washable toys in the child's room d. You are performing an assessment on a preschool child. remove the child to another room away from parents c. has the child had a recent ear infection? ______________________________________________________________ . hold and cuddle the infant closely d. restrain the child in a high chair d. b. During the initial maternal and child bonding period ff the delivery of the placenta. build a tower of three blocks 25. it is used to protect the NB from Neisseria Gonorrhea and Chlamydia 29. keep child calm and quiet and place the child in an upright and leaning forward position c. A nurse provides instructions to a mother of a child who was hospitalized for heart surgery. hold child down with the use of a blanket 22. your primary responsibility is to: a. make sure siblings are involved in the process of bonding. walk independently c. a nurse would encourage a one year old child who was born two months earlier the estimated time of delivery to: a. indicate wants by pointing or grunting b. 24. dorsogluteal muscle 21. You are assigned to care for a postpartum client and you plan to promote parent infant bonding by encouraging the mother to: a. maintain respiratory isolation for 24 hrs after therapy is started. allow the nsg staff to assure infant care c. The nurse plans to obtain specific data regarding recent illnesses in the child and asks the parents which questions? a. allow parents to remain in the room b. vastus lateralis muscle c. The nurse tells the mother: a. have the child pretend to be a nurse b. that the child may return to school one week after hospital discharge b. sit independently d. 26. make sure infant stays warm and is in no danger of slipping from parents' grasp b. A nurse is collecting data on a child suspected of Rheumatic fever. use low pitched voice when speaking to infant b. You should advise the mother to immediately: a. Erythromycin base (Ilotycin) ophthalmic ointment is prescribed for the NB immediately after delivery. erythromycin base is more irritating to the NB's eyes than Silver Nitrate drops b. 28. apply warm wash cloth to the bridge of the nose.b. it must be administered at room temperature to prevent side effects c. that after bathing. Which intervention provides a safe environment for the child and the child's contacts? a. 23. maintaining complete bed rest until recovery. 27. to notify the physician if the child develops fever. You as the nurse is informed by a mother of a toddler who has ALL that her child is having epistaxis. have the parents leave the room c. In order to facilitate the cooperation of the child. When administering liquid meds to an uncooperative toddler. The nurse is planning care for a child recently admitted to the hospital with meningitis. providing a quiet room away from the nurse's station and exit areas c. the nurse would implement which strategy? a. offer information and answer questions d. protect the infant from infection by maintaining isolation d. has the child had a recent streptococcal infection in the throat? b. explain in detail each part of the exam before doing it. allow the infant to sleep in the parental bed in between the parents. 30. call local clinic d. to allow the child to play outside for short periods of time d. it is straining to the infant's skin and must be wiped off immediately d. to rub lotion and sprinckle powder on the incision c. let the child lie down b. you should: a. To maintain a child's developmental skill while hospitalized. You as the nurse administers the ointment knowing that: a. ventrogluteal muscle d. assist mother to begin breastfeeding the infant immediately c.

examine toys and the play area for sharp objects. b. Which intervention will the nurse implement initially? a. Using your knowledge of Growth and Development according to Erik Erikson and Piaget. weigh client daily in her gown and without shoes. You are assigned to care for the teenager who has been placed in a Crutchfield tongs to stabilize a fracture in the cervical area. observing any hidden objects that could alter weight. our child will be just fine in a few days. 39. A primary goal is to improve her nutritional status. T = 98. The nurse shows an understanding of a toddlers' psychosocial development by making which statement to the mother? a. c. let the client dye her hair blue to conform to what her peers are doing.2F d. darkened room with no visitors. check the tongs every 24 hours for displacement c. Which nursing intervention is appropriate to assist the client? a. 33. wash hands and keep infant as quiet as possible b. During the assessment. A 10 month old infant is hospitalized for RSV. The nurse assigned is concerned because the child is crying and states "my knees hurt". Restrain infant continuously to prevent tubes from being dislodged. provide consistent routine as well as touching. You determine that the parents understand the treatment if the parents state which of the ff: a. has the child had a recent case of pneumonia? 31. rocking and cuddling throughout the hospitalization. d. perform pin care every shift. The nurse is providing instructions to the mother of a preschool child with hemophilia. let the client wear her own clothes when friends visit. Which intervention would the nurse provide for the child? a. A toddler is admitted for fever of unknown origin. however we will have to go ahead with the treatment because chemotherapy has not helped. The nurse caring for the infant would report which finding to the physician? a. b. The mother's time at the hospital is limited to the hours that her other children are in school. You start to plan the care of your client and you know that the ff is an incorrect intervention: a. diastolic BP of 32mmHg c. The nurse can promote a safe environment while allowing for normalcy by instructing the mother to: a. insist that the child wear a helmet and elbow pads during all waking hours. c. attempt to involve the child in diversional activities to forget discomfort. the nurse notes that the client is experiencing a disturbed body image. d. prevent the child from playing in an outdoor playground c. We do not want to see our child have any more radiation or medications. d. amenorrhea and appearance to be depressed. only allow the child to use play equipment when a parent or older sibling is present. your child is egocentric. administer 2. A full term infant is admitted to the neonatal ICU with a diagnosis of possible sepsis. follow home feeding schedule and allow the infant to be held only when parents visit. it is better to leave without saying goodbye so your child will not be upset. our child will not have to undergo any more treatments before the bone marrow transplant. games like peek a boo and hide and seek will help your child understand that you will return 36. We will have to look for alternative therapies. d. 38. A 14 y/o female is having difficulty adjusting to the long confinement in the hospital in a Crutchfield traction. your child is too old to be having separation anxiety. logroll the client when positioning b. c. A 3 y/o is admitted with a diagnosis of ALL. establish a behavioral contract with the client in which she agrees to adhere to diet and a realistic exercise program b. Another child with ALL has come out of remission twice and you are discussing treatment for the disease with the parents. has the child had a recent case of otitis media? d. we know that a bone marrow transplant may not work. 32. the nurse should do which of the ff to meet the infant's developmental needs? a. b. RR = 62bpm 34.c. there is no effective treatment for ALL now. crying is just a way for children to control parents. Oxygen partial tension of 94% b. which allows child to self comfort d. 37. apply heat pack to knees d. honor the clients' request to stay in a private. An adolescent female is admitted to the hospital for severe weight loss. our child always was before. allow the client to play loud music in the hospital room. monitor the neurological status d.5 grains of Acetylsalycilic Acid (aspirin) b. b. ______________________________________________________________ . 35. fortunately. c. apply cold pack to knees c.

popsicles b. has a sudden onset that usually worsens during the day b. involve the client and parents in family group sessions to work through psychological problems related to anorexia. sucking thumb and rocking back and forth 48. 47. ask the child to walk 10 feet backward with arms held overhead at both sides d. tomato juice d. apple juice d. From general to specific 49. The nurse tells the adolescent to take iron with: a. A nurse provides dietary instructions to the parents of a child with a diagnosis of cystic fibrosis. A client is providing home care instructions to the mother of a 3 y/o child with a diagnosis of vomiting and diarrhea due to gastroenteritis. you should: a. Which statement by a parent indicates a need for further instructions? a. causes an occasional dry cough 44. taking rectal temperature b. monitoring I and O c. I need to watch my child closely b. is always bacterial in nature c. From head to toe d. apple juice 45. loudly crying and kicking both legs c.c. observe client during and after meals to be sure proper foods are eaten and that the client does not discard food after apparently consuming it. low calorie foods d. high protein foods b. milk c. silently curled in bed with a blanket b. The nurse avoids which of the ff in the care of the child/ a. ask the child to lie on the right side then roll to the left side while the arms are held over head. soda pop c. A nurse is providing instructions regarding home care to the parents of a 3 y/o child hospitalized with hemophilia. Ask the child to stand and weight equally on both feet with the legs straight and arms hanging loosely at both sides c. 40. ask the child to lie flat and lift the legs straight up b. A nurse is preparing to care for a child with AGE who is having diarrhea. The nurse tells the parents that the diet should consist of: a. A mother of a toddler who is hospitalized with mild dehydration must leave her child to go to work. the major psychosexual conflict of a toddler is a. Which behavior would the nurse expect to observe in the toddler immediately after the mothers' departure a. shame and doubt ______________________________________________________________ . low sodium foods 46. A nurse instructs an adolescent with an iron deficiency anemia about the administration of oral iron preparation. A nurse is caring for a child with suspected diagnosis of acute LTB. causes swelling and inflammation of the vocal cords d. The nurse reviews the assessment data in the child's record knowing that which of the ff is a characteristic of this disorder? a. I should pad the table corners in my house c. d. 43. playing quietly with a favorite toy d. my child should not receive dental hygiene care from a dentist. Growth and development in a child progresses in the following ways except: a. sending stools to the lab for culture 42. As described by Erickson. A school nurse is performing health screening for scoliosis on children ages 9 through 15. I need to keep unnecessary household items out of the way d. From cognitive to psychosexual b. To assess scoliosis. From trunk to the tip of the extremities c. weighing diaper after each bowel movement d. low fat foods c. The nurse instructs the mother to give child which of the ff to maintain hydration status? a. Autonomy vs. pedialyte 41. water b.

To help parents cope with the behavior of young school age children. teaches children about stereotype d. Manipulate soft clay c. Play peek-a-boo and bye-bye ______________________________________________________________ . Preschool children role play is an important part of the socialization. Independence 53. Attention c. since it a. Exaggerate and boast to impress others d. Industry vs. Discipline d. The nurse observes that a 4-year old is having difficulty relating with the other children in the playroom. the nurse suggests that it would help if they a. The nurse understands that it is normal for a child at this age to a. helps children think about careers c. provides guidelines for adult behavior 59. child s previous test experience 58. encourages expression b. Use a spoon effectively 54. Have fierce temper tantrums and negativism 55. you answer appropriately by considering a. Intrusive procedure 56. The major depriving factor in long term hospitalization of which the nurse should be aware is usually the a. Give the child a detailed list of expectations c.b. father s understanding of the test b. Allow the child to set up his or her own routines 51. the nurse should remember that the child s fear is of a. Care provided only by a mother substitute d. When evaluating a 3-year old child s developmental progress. Initiation vs. Copy a square b. the nurse should recognize that development is delayed when the child is unable to a. The social development of a 9-month old infant is best promoted by having her a. Forget the reality of the situation for a while 57. Play with a large ball with a bell b. father s sense of the IQ of the child c. Multisensory inputs c. Catch a ball reliably d. Absence of interaction with a mother figure 52. When a father asks if his 5-year old son should have the Metro Manila Developmental Test (MMDST). Isolation d. guilt 50. Pain b. When providing nursing care to a preschool-aged child. Death c. Trust b. Work out ways of coping with fears c. Be consistent and firm about established rules d. Learn to forget the hospital situation d. Be almost totally dependent on parents c. The nurse explains to the mother of a 2-year old girl that the child s negativism is normal for her age and that it is helping her to meet her need for a. Engage in parallel or solitary play b. Meet other children on the unit b. mistrust d. Hop on one foot c. The nurse should attempt to involve a preschool-aged child in therapeutic play to give the child the opportunity to a. inferiority c. Lack of play objects b. Avoid asking specific questions b. Trust vs. child s developmental level d.

8 months d. 19 gauge. 25 gauge 5/8 inch needle 64. A square cube b. vastus lateralis 63. The ability to feed self with a spoon 61. Which one do you recommend for my infant to play with? a. 21 months b. Have the child take the dose with meals to prevent gastric irritation d. baby Gay s mother decided to shift to cow s milk. deltoid b. 6 months c. a neonate is to receive an intramuscular injection of an antibiotic. Hotdog c. Vitamin A and Iron d. The most therapeutic play activity for a 4-year old child would be a. Give the medication according to the child's response c. A mother shows several toys to the nurse and asks. ventrogluteal d. 2 inch needle d. Cough and fever c. A toy carrot with an inch diameter c.5 inch needle b. When is it most dangerous for an infant to be around small objects? a. 1. A teddy bear with small attractive button eyes d. Which of the ff gauges and sizes of needle would the nurse select? a. Solving a math puzzle 62. A soft teether that fits inside a toilet paper roll b. which of the ff muscles would the nurse consider as the best site? a. 1 inch needle c. Which among the following is most dangerous for them to get hold of: a. Constipation and vomiting d. 10 months 67. Administer the dose before bedtime to minimize side effects b. Fingerpainting on blank sheets of paper c. Vitamin B and Folate c. 20 gauge. Aspiration is a common problem in infants. Pound on a peg board 60. A developmental assessment of a 9-month old infant would be expected to reveal a. Engaging in a checker game with his father d. Vitamin E and Folate 68. A fluffy teddy bear 65. 23 gauge. Before surgery. Using crayons to color in a coloring book b. Make sure the pill is given intact to maintain the enteric coating 69. A 2 to 3 word vocabulary c. Closure of both posterior and anterior fontanel b. Which of the following instructions would the nurse give to the parents of an 8-year old child with asthma who is being switched form parenteral steroid therapy to a daily dose of oral prednisone? a. Weight loss and stringy stools b. When administering an intramuscular injection to a neonate. The ability to sit steadily without support d. Which of the following signs and symptoms would be the most helpful in providing supportive diagnostic data for this child's condition? a. Vitamin c and Iron b. Bendable teething ring d. What supplements should you recommend to be given to baby Gay a. A 1-piece pacifier with a large flange 66. dorsogluteal c. At 10 months. Dysuria and rash ______________________________________________________________ . A 3-year-old child with cystic fibrosis is admitted to the hospital with bronchopneumonia.d.

A nurse is caring for a child with celiac disease and develops a nursing diagnosis of Imbalanced Nutrition: less than body requirement. anorexia b. Sitting up ability at age of 6 months 71. absence of rooting reflex 77. Vocational training 72. meningitis c. Poor response to verbal commands c. A nurse performs an assessment on a 9 mo old infant. hyponatremia 79. malaise c. head lag is noted when pulled to sitting position b. which of the following would the nurse include as the primary role of the genetic team when working with a family? a. Institutional c. An infant who has pyloric stenosis is admitted to the hospital.70. The nurse would expect which of the following as the type of environment and interdisciplinary program to most likely benefit this child? a. Preparing the parents psychosocially for the birth of a defective child d. The nurse reviews the admission assessment data and would expect to note which of the ff documented? a. scoliosis 78. coordination of secondary schemata d. Providing parents with information about the risks of birth defects b. malodorous stools b. Which finding indicates a physiologic problem? a. severe abdominal distention ______________________________________________________________ . muscle wasting in buttocks and extremities c. A school nurse is about to perform routine assessment of all 11 year old children. irritability and fretfulness d. absent peristalsis on auscultation c. tertiary circular reactions 75. the nurse would specifically screen for: a. Task analysis d. Which assessment finding supports this diagnosis? a. Phenylketonuria b. weakness 76. During the health assessment. When assessing a child with suspected mental retardation. Your explanation should be based on the understanding that this behavior is related to the cognitive ability to perform which of the following a. inability to stand without support c. When discussing plans for genetic counseling with the parents of a child with Down's syndrome. Reporting the findings of chromosome analysis of the amniotic cells c. A child with Down's syndrome has an intelligence quotient of about 40. stiff neck d. availability of foods selection d. Lack of use of expressive language b. creeping or crawling along the floor d. A mother is concerned about her child s compulsion for collecting things. Onset of walking at age of 20 months d. The major influence on eating habits of the early school age child is the a. formal operations c. congenital hip disorder d. Which finding would be of most concern to the nurse? a. Prescribing birth control or abortion measures for the parents as needed 73. Custodial b. concrete operations b. biled stained emesis d. example of parents at mealtime b. food preferences of the peer group c. An emergency room nurse is performing an assessment on a child who has a fever of 102F. which of the following behaviors would the nurse expect as least characteristic of a delay in early development? a. smell and appearance of food 74. forceful and projectile vomiting b.

The nurse has determined that the dosage prescribed is a safe dose for the child and prepares to administer. The medication label reads: Penicillin 125 mg per 5 ml. increased bowel sounds d. The nurse reviews the child s health record and notes the lab results indicated a Potassium level of 3. 15 d. 250 mg orally every 8 hours is prescribed for a child with a respiratory infection. The parents of a male NB who is not circumcised requests information on how to clean the NB s penis. A nurse is assigned to a child with gastrointestinal disorder. use of gestures b. b. 10 c. babbling sounds c. Based on the lab finding. A nurse is caring for a hospitalized school aged child. playing with a push and pull toy b.5 ml d. A nurse is preparing to administer an IM injection to a 10 year old child in the vastus lateralis muscle. retract the foreskin and clean the glans when bathing the baby. The nurse assesses next the motor development of an 18 mo old child. cooing sounds d. nausea 90. Which test is most likely to be prescribed? a. The nurse determines that an appropriate play activity for the child is which of the ff? a. 20 b. Increased BP b. increased interest in sounds 84. avoid retracting the foreskin when cleansing the penis because this may cause adhesions c. diminished spontaneous play activity 83. blood glucose level 82. muscle weakness c. Which behavioral sign suggests possible cognitive impairment and the need for further developmental testing? a. Which result would you most likely expect to note: a. Which of the ff begins to occur in the infant at this developmental age? a. decreased blood pH c. increased serum Chloride 87. Papanicolau smear c. 2. 2ml b.5 ml 88. A teenage girl is seen for the third time in 6 months for the treatment of vaginal candidiasis infection. retract the foreskin no further than it will easily go and replace it over the glans after cleaning the penis d.2mEq/L. playing peek a boo c. You assess the language and communication development milestone of a 7 mo old infant. You answer by saying: a. increased blood pH b.5ml c. child snaps large snaps d. increased Serum Potassium d. child puts on simple clothes independently 85. hand sewing a picture d. which clinical manifestation would the nurse expect to note in the child? a. listening to music 86. repetitive performance of a new skill c. The preschool child is in the pre operational phase of cognitive development and does not yet have a concept of time or quantity. absence of head lag b. How many ml per dose will be given to the child? a. Which of the ff indicates the maximum volume of medication that can be safely administered? a. Throat culture b. A nurse is conducting a developmental assessment on an infant who is in the clinic for his 6 month check up. motor skills present d. blood culture d. 5 81. The nurse is aware that the additional tests may be necessary to identify an undiagnosed underlying chronic disease. retract the foreskin and cleanse the penis with every diaper change. Penicillin V (Pen-Vee K).80. 0. child builds a tower of 2 blocks b. child builds a tower of 4-5 blocks c. 1. A nurse is reviewing the lab results of an infant suspected of having hypertrophic pyloric stenosis. Which of the ff is the highest level of development that the nurse would expect to note in this child? a. 89. The nurse understands that if 5 ounces of juice is poured into a short glass and same amount is pored on a thin skinny ______________________________________________________________ .

A 30 m0 old male child is brought to the clinic by his mother and she tells you that she is concerned because the child is difficult to awaken. I took my child for his first dental examination right after his second birthday c. Which questions would the nurse ask the mother if lead poisoning was suspected? a. insignificant 97. respiratory pattern 99. urinary output d. lower than normal d. artificialism b. the child will think that there is more juice in the tall glass. higher than normal b. Of the ff safety hazards. toxic plants located in the front yard of the center. does your child chew on pencils or crayons while drawing? 93. blood pressure c. Accidents continue to be a real concern for preschoolers since their judgement is over ruled by their curiosity. emotional maturity b. A nurse is conducting an assessment of a child suspected of having Reye s syndrome. Which of the ff data. A nurse is caring for a toddler who sustained second degree burns. Which of the ff behaviors would indicate to the nurse that an adolescent had not successfully completed the age appropriate developmental task accdg to Erikson s theory? a. apical heart rate b. stay away from strange dogs c. 94. my child had influenza 2 wks ago c. purulent discharge d. swimming pool in the neighbor s gated yard c. makes appropriate decisions. swim only when an adult is present b. do you live in a house more than 25 years old or very close to a freeway? d. The nurse has been asked to do a safety survey at children s day care center. Which statement by the mother indicates that teaching is needed? a. I had my child brush his teeth with clean water because he sometimes swallows the toothpaste 95. talks about career choices c. Which of the ff symptoms prompt the nurse to investigate allergy as the probable cause? a. wear a helmet when bike riding d. The nurse knows that this child has not yet developed an understanding of: a. itching b. A nurse is performing an assessment of a pre schooler who is diagnosed of conjunctivitis. A nurse collects blood glucose sample every shift from a child with suspected diagnosis of Reye s syndrome. photophobia c. fruity odor? c. ptosis 98. my child has a history of meningitis 100. my child had blood poisoning 6 mos ago b. All of the children the children belong to the age of 1 3. normal c. egocentrism c. A mother of a 2 year old is discussing dental care with the nurse. toys with small. rebellious and regresses to child play behavior d. Has your child been breathing rapidly? b. The result of the 10:00 a. my child has food allergies d. loose parts in the playroom b.m blood glucose is 40mg/dl by glucometer reading. The nurse determines that which of these diagnoses should receive priority in the clients plan of care? ______________________________________________________________ . complains of tummy ache and is irritable. hot water heater set above 120F d.glass. it is not necessary to teach proper dental care to a toddler. symbolic functioning 91. as reported by the mother. Their baby teeth will fall out anyway d. 92. A nurse is caring for an adolescent with sickle cell anemia hospitalized for the treatment of vaso occlusive crisis. does your child s breath have a sweet. centering d. which presents the greatest risk hazard to the toddlers at the center? a. would the nurse interpret as being most associated with this syndrome? a. The nurse instructs the parents that their preschooler can be responsible to: a. never play with matches or lighters 96. The nurse analyzes this report as: a. Which of the ff would the nurse assess in determining the adequacy of fluid resuscitation in the child? a. aged cheese is a good snack instead of sweets for a young child b.

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