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Which of these teratogenic substances is the cause of approximately 5% of all deaths among newborns un the U.S., most of them resulting from low birth weight caused by a reduction in blood oxygen levels?
Cigarette smoke
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A pediatric RN undertakes a study of the effect of low birth weight on infants’ cognitive development. A developmental psychologist collaborates on the study. A second RN helps by recruiting families into the study. A graduate student is asked to give statistical advice in analyzing the data. This is an example of what type of study? A) Multisite research B) Qualitative research C) Funded research D) Collaborative research
D) Collaborative research
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Low birth weight, undernutrition in infancy, and rapid weight gain in early childhood are associated with _____ in emerging adulthood.
a higher risk of disease
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Low birth weight is often associated with premature or preterm births. In 2009, approximately 12.2% of births in the United States were preterm
that is, they occurred before the 37th week of pregnancy. Preterm birth and LBW are one of the leading causes of death among American infants who are less than 28 days of age
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What clinical manifestation should a nurse be alert for when suspecting a diagnosis of esophageal atresia? a. A radiograph in the prenatal period indicates abnormal development. b. It is visually identified at the time of delivery. c. A nasogastric tube fails to pass at birth. d. The infant has a low birth weight
ANS: C Feedback A Prenatal radiographs do not provide a definitive diagnosis. B The defect is not externally visible. Bronchoscopy and endoscopy can be used to identify this defect. C Atresia is suspected when a nasogastric tube fails to pass 10 to 11 cm beyond the gum line. Abdominal radiographs will confirm the diagnosis. D Infants with esophageal atresia may have been born prematurely and with a low birth weight, but neither is suggestive of the presence of an esophageal atresia.
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A nurse is caring for a newborn client who is experiencing severe hyperbilirubinemia. Which of the following are symptoms of kernicterus? Select all that apply. Select one or more: a. Temperature instability b. Low birth weight c. Lethargy d. Backward arching of the neck and trunk e. Hypotonic
c. Lethargy d. Backward arching of the neck and trunk e. Hypotonic Kernicterus (bilirubin encephalopathy) can result from untreated hyperbilirubinemia with bilirubin levels at or higher than 25 mg/dL. It is a neurological syndrome caused by bilirubin depositing in brain cells. Survivors may develop cerebral palsy, epilepsy, or mental retardation. They may have minor effects such as learning disorders or perceptual-motor disabilities. Symptoms can inlcude letheragy, hyoptonia, high-ptiched cry and tonic motions such as backwards arching of the next and trunk. Low birth weight and temperature instabilty are not symptoms associated with kernicterus.
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Common condition in preterm or low birth weight male babies
_____ may cause miscarriage and low birth weight for the developing embryo
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Continuing intensive care
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A mother who smokes cigarette may put her baby at risk for all the following EXCEPT: A) preterm and low birth weight B) respiratory problems C) SIDS D) tremors
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