Test Answers on pediatric

pediatric – Flashcard

question A 2-year-old toddler has hearing loss caused by recurrent otitis media. What treatment does the nurse anticipate that the practitioner will recommend? answer *Myringotomy* is a surgical opening into the eardrum to permit drainage of accumulated fluid associated with otitis media. Ear drops are not used because they will obscure the view of the […]

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First Aid Pediatrics

question Most common viral cause of conjunctivitis answer Adenovirus question pharyngitis, fever, conjunctivitis answer Pharyngoconjunctival fever, adenovirus question Conjunctivitis with lymph nodes answer viral question Fair hair and skin, blue eyes, mousy odor answer Phenylketonuria (PKU), Give tyrosine question Ectopia lentis/ subluxation answer Homocystinuria/ Homocytinemia question Odor of maple syrup in urine, sweat, cerumen, poor […]

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Pediatrics O2 therapy

question T or F – an indication of O2 therapy in children and infants >28 days old is documented hyperoxemia? answer false – hypoxemia question The PaO2 and SpO2 for hypoxemia in infants are what? answer PaO2 – less than 80 mmHg SpO2 – less than 95% question Decreased ventilation, apnea, and bradycardia are signs […]

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Pediatric Ota Chapter 8 – 10

question Activities of Daily Living answer •Bathing and showering •Bowel and bladder management •Toileting hygiene •Dressing and undressing •Eating and feeding •Functional mobility •Personal device care •Community device use •Community mobility •Health management/medication routine •Meal preparation and clean-up question Feeding and Eating Skills answer •Infant’s oral area different from an adult’s •Small oral cavity coupled […]

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Pediatric PT Outcome Measures Exam 1

question Test of Infant Motor Performance (TIMP) answer age: 34wks gestation to 4 months post-term Does: discriminates infants w/risk of poor motor outcome; sensitive to effects of intervention Areas Addressed: 13 addressed, 29 observed; functional movements of head and trunk control in prone, supine and upright positions -Norm Referenced -ICF domain is activity question Harris […]

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Pediatrics Developmental Milestones

question Gross Motor: flexed posture; low tone answer newborn question Gross Motor: Head up when prone answer 2 months question Gross Motor: Rolling over answer 4 months question Gross Motor: Sitting up answer 6 months question Gross Motor: Pulling to stand answer 9 months question Gross Motor: Walking answer 12 months question Gross Motor: Stoop […]

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A GUIDE TO THE PEDIATRIC PHYSICAL THERAPY EVALUATION

question ICF Model answer question TIPS OF THE TRADE THINGS TO DO BEFORE YOU START YOUR “OFFICIAL” EXAMINATION 4 Main Things: answer Open Environment (big room) Essential to establish rapport with patient and family/caregiver (biggest) Early communication with the patient/family/caregiver Efficient and flexible plan O R C F question More tips: answer question COMMONLY SEEN […]

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Lifespan Exam 2 – Pediatric

question Name the domains of development answer Gross motor: using large groups of muscles to sit, stand, walk, run, etc., keeping balance, and changing positions. Fine motor: using hands to be able to eat, draw, dress, play, write, and do many other things. Language: speaking, using body language and gestures, communicating, and understanding what others […]

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Complicated Pediatric Anesthesia Part II

question Spina Bifida answer -A defect of the vertebral column due to the imperfect union of the paired arches at the midline through which the meninges and the cord may protrude -Most common congenital vertebral column abnormality -Covers abnormalities of: Vertebrae, Vertebral arch, Spinous process question Spina Bifida Occulta answer -Boney abnormality seen only by […]

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Lifespan Plastic Surgery In The Pediatric

question Pressure equalization (PE) tubes are inserted under general mask anesthesia. PE tubes are inserted through a myringotomy in the TM to treat chronic/recurrent middle ear infections (otitis media) when abx are no longer effective. What can be helpful in this surgery? answer N2O is helpful in inhalational induction because of 2nd gas effect. Helps […]

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Exam 5 Geriatric & Pediatric Laboratory Assessment

According to 2011 data from the CDC what was the leading cause of death in people 65 and older? Heart Disease According to 2011 data from the CDC what was the 2nd leading cause of death in people 65 and older? Cancer What “normal” changes are observed as you get older? -Decline in total body […]

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Tetralogy of Fallot, pediatric

question Overview answer A combination of four cardiac defects: ventricular septal defect (VSD); right ventricular outflow tract obstruction (pulmonary stenosis); right ventricular hypertrophy; and dextroposition of the aorta, with overriding of the VSD (see The four defects of tetralogy) question Overview-Pathophysiology answer Blood shunts right to left through the VSD, permitting unoxygenated blood to mix […]

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Pediatric Medication Calculations

question 1 teaspoon answer 5 mL/cc question 1 tablespoon answer 15 mL/cc question 1 ounce answer 30 mL/ cc question 16 oz answer 1 pound (body weight) question pounds to kilogram answer pounds/2.2 question In pediatrics you need to carry out to the hundredths (do not round especially in the infant or small child answer […]

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Test Pediatric Growth and Development: NCLEX Questions FLASH CARDS

question The nurse is aware that the age at which the posterior fontanelle closes is _____ months. a. 2 to 3 b. 3 to 6 c. 6 to 9 d. 9 to 12 answer ANS: A The posterior fontanelle closes between 2 and 3 months of age. question Which stage of development is most unstable […]

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pediatrics 6

question body water differences in children <2 answer -total body water is increased in a newborn and decreases over time -dont have as much intracellular water, so this can easily be depleted because there is no reserve -they therefore have a greater need for fluids (but newborns get their extra fluid from breast milk) -functionally […]

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ATI: Practic Assessment for Pediatrics

question A nurse is providing discharge teaching to the parent of an 18-month old toddler who has dehydration as a result of acute diarrhea. Which of the following statments by the parent indicates an understanding of the teaching? answer “I will monitor my child’s number of wet diapers.” question A nurse i caring for a […]

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Chapter 32-Pediatric Emergencies

question Hyperthermia differs from fever in that it is an increase in body temperature answer caused by inability of the body to cool itself question When caring for an infant who was found apneic and cyanotic and was resuscitated by the parent or caregiver, you should answer transport the infant to the hospital. question The […]

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Chapter 34 Pediatric Emergencies

question In contrast to adults, deterioration to cardiac arrest in infants and children is usually associated with: answer severe hypoxia and bradycardia. question A pediatric patient involved in a drowning emergency may present with: answer abdominal distension. question EMTs are called for an unresponsive infant. When they arrive, they find the mother holding her child. […]

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ATI chapter 33 diabetes mellitus pediatrics

question Characterized by partial or complete metabolic deficiency of insulin answer Diabetes mellitus question Diabetes mellitus is a contributing factor for the development of what answer Cardiovascular disease hypertension renal failure blindness and stroke question Toxins and viruses can predispose an individual 2 diabetes by destroying the beta cells which type of diabetes answer Type […]

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Pediatrics Review – Emma Holliday Ramahi

question General info about how the newborn tolerated labor (1min) and the newborn’s response to resuscitation (5min) answer What does the APGAR tell you? question What to do next (does not guide therapy) How the baby will turn out (does NOT predict neurologic outcome) answer What does the APGAR not tell you? question Erb-Duchenne C5-C6. […]

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Pediatric HESI

question During administration of a blood transfusion, a child complains of chills, headache, and nausea. Which action should the nurse implement? answer Stop the infusion immediately and notify the healthcare provider. question An infant is born with a ventricular septal defect (VSD) and surgery is planned to correct the defect. The nurse recognizes that surgical […]

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