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James, a 4-year-old boy, attends your cleft palate center for a speech evaluation. James was born with a complete bilateral cleft lip and palate. He is unable to close his velopharyngeal port and, as a result, has difficulty producing non-nasal sounds. This patient’s non-nasal speech sounds would have which of the following characteristics?
The client at 16 weeks gestation has an amniocentesis. The client asks what will be learned from this procedure. The nurse responds that which condition can be detected? 1. Tetralogy of Fallot. 2. Talipes equinovarus. 3. Hemolytic disease of the newborn. 4. Cleft lip and palate.
1) cardiac abnormality detected at birth; pulmonary stenosis, ventricular septal defect, overriding aorta, hypertrophy of right ventricle 2) congenital deformity detected at birth; foot twisted out of normal position, clubfoot 3) CORRECT — maternal antibodies destroy fetal RBCs; bilirubin secreted because of hemolysis 4) congenital deformity detected at birth, midline fissure or opening into lip and/or palate
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Cleft Lip and Palate: p. 712
-Gentically related -Leads to problems with ear infections (otis media) and nutrients (Eating), altered dentition, delayed or altered speech development -Can be r/t cardio problems, ear malformations, skeletal malformations and speech problems – The infant have difficulty forming an adequate seal around a nipple in order to create necessary suction: SO WE HAVE TO USE A HABERMAN FEEDER: big nipple and squeeze formula or milk into babe -Mother cannot breast feed, or use a regular bottle -Surgical repair (multiple_ 1. infection 2. dental issues 3. messing up the incision: have to keep the childs arm retained so they cannot get the sutures (nono) 4. Must place them on their back !
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