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1. While performing physical assessment of a 12 month-old, the nurse notes that the infant’s anterior fontanelle is still slightly open. Which of the following is the nurse’s most appropriate action?
2. When teaching a mother about introducing solid foods to her child, which of the following indicates the earliest age at which this should be done?
3. The infant of a substance-abusing mother is at risk for developing a sense of which of the following?
4. Which of the following toys should the nurse
recommend for a 5-month-old?
5. The mother of a 2-month-old is concerned that she may be spoiling her baby by picking her up when she cries. Which of the following would be the nurse’s best response?
spoil her this way”
6. When assessing an 18-month-old, the nurse notes a characteristic protruding abdomen. Which of the following would explain the rationale for this finding?
7. If parents keep a toddler dependent in areas where he is capable of using skills, the toddle will develop a sense of which of the following?
8. Which of the following is an appropriate toy for an 18-month-old?
9. When teaching parents about the child’s readiness for
toilet training, which of the following signs should the nurse instruct them to watch for in the toddler?
10. When teaching parents about typical toddler eating patterns, which of the following should be included?
11. Which of the following suggestions should the nurse offer the parents of a 4-year-old boy who resists going to bed at night?
to play quietly in his bed until he falls asleep.”
12. When providing therapeutic play, which of the following toys would best promote imaginative play in a 4-year-old?
13. Which of the following activities, when voiced by the parents following a teaching session about the characteristics of school-age cognitive development would indicate the need for additional
14. A hospitalized schoolager states: “I’m not afraid of this place, I’m not afraid of anything.” This statement is most likely an example of whichof the following?
After teaching a group of parents about accident prevention for schoolagers, which of the following statements by the group would indicate the need for more teaching?
16. Which of the following skills is the most significant one learned during the schoolage period?
17. A child age 7 was unable to receive the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine at the recommended scheduled time. When would the nurse expect to administer MMR vaccine?
18. The adolescent’s inability to develop a sense of who he is and what he can become results in a sense of which of the following?
19. Which of the following would be most appropriate for a nurse to use when describing menarche to a 13-year-old?
entire menstrual cycle or from one “period” to another
20. A 14-year-old boy has acne and according to his parents, dominates the bathroom by using the mirror all the time. Which of the following remarks by the nurse would be least helpful in talking to the boy and his parents?
are anxious about how their peers perceive them. So they spend a lot of time grooming.”
21. Which of the following should the nurse suspect when noting that a 3-year-old is engaging in explicit sexual behavior during doll play?
exhibiting normal pre-school curiosity
22. Which of the following statements by the parents of a child with school phobia would indicate the need for further teaching?
to encourage him to talk about his problem.”
23. When developing a teaching plan for a group of high school students about teenage pregnancy, the nurse would keep in mind which of the following?
pregnancy is rare.
24. When assessing a child with a cleft palate, the nurse is aware that the child is at risk for more frequent episodes of otitis truyền thông due to whichof the following?
25. While performing a neurodevelopmental
assessment on a 3-month-old infant, which of the following characteristics would be expected?
26. By the end of which of the following would the nurse most commonly expect a child’s birth weight to triple?
27. Which of the following
best describes parallel play between two toddlers?
28. Which of the following would the nurse identify as the initial priority for a child with acute lymphocytic leukemia?
adequate intake of iron-rich foods
29. Which of the following information, when voiced by the mother, would indicate to the nurse that she understands home care instructions following the administration of a diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis injection?
to control subsequent diarrhea
30. Which of the following actions by a community health nurse is most appropriate when noting multiple bruises and burns on the posterior trunk of an 18-month-old child during a home visit?
31. Which of the following is being used when the mother of a hospitalized child calls the student nurse and states, “You idiot, you have no idea how to care for my sick child”?
32. Which of the following should the nurse expect to note as a frequent complication for a child with congenital heart disease?
33. Which of the following would the nurse do first for a 3-year-old boy who arrives in the emergency room with a temperature of 105 degrees, inspiratory stridor, and restlessness, who is learning forward and drooling?
throat and perform a throat culture
34. Which of the following would the nurse need to keep in mind as a predisposing factor when formulating a teaching plan for child with a urinary tract infection?
35. Which of the following should the
nurse do first for a 15-year-old boy with a full leg cast who is screaming in unrelenting pain and exhibiting right foot pallor signifying compartment syndrome?
36. At which of the following ages would the nurse expect to administer the varicella zoster vaccine to child?
37. When discussing normal infant growth and development with parents, which of the following toys would the nurse suggest as most appropriate for an 8-month-old?
38. Which of the following aspects of psychosocial development is necessary for the nurse to keep in mind when providing care for the preschool child?
complex reasoning to think out situations.
39. Which of the following is characteristic of a preschooler with mid mental retardation?
40. Which of the following assessment
findings would lead the nurse to suspect Down syndrome in an infant?
41. While assessing a newborn with cleft lip, the nurse would be alert that which of the following will most likely be compromised?
42. When providing postoperative care for the
child with a cleft palate, the nurse should position the child in which of the following positions?
43. While assessing a child with pyloric stenosis, the nurse is likely to note which of the following?
44. Which of the following nursing diagnoses would be
inappropriate for the infant with gastroesophageal reflux (GER)?
45. Which of the following parameters would the nurse monitor to evaluate the effectiveness of thickened feedings for an infant with gastroesophageal reflux (GER)?
Discharge teaching for a child with celiac disease would include instructions about avoiding which of the following?
47. Which of the following would the nurse expect to assess in a child with celiac disease having a celiac crisis secondary to an upper respiratory infection?
48. Which of the
following should the nurse do first after noting that a child with Hirschsprung disease has a fever and watery explosive diarrhea?
49. A newborn’s failure to pass meconium within the first 24 hours after birth may indicate which of the following?
50. When assessing a child for possible intussusception, which of the following would be least likely to provide valuable information?
Answers and Rationales
months of age. Thus, assessing the anterior fontanelle as still being slightly open is a normal finding requiring no further action. Because it is normal finding for this age, notifying he physician or performing additional examinations are inappropriate.
months. Any time earlier would be inappropriate.
autonomy needs are not met consistently. Preschoolers develop a sense of guilt when their sense of initiative is thwarted. Schoolagers develop a sense of inferiority when they do not develop a sense of industry.
children younger than 3 years. A 5-month-old is too young to use a push-pull toy.
need for security at this very young age. Infants cry for many reasons. Assuming that the child s hungry may cause overfeeding problems such as obesity.
not linear pattern.
enjoy the experience of feeling different textures. Thus, finger paints would be an appropriate toy choice. Multiple-piece toys, such as puzzle, are too difficult to manipulate and may be hazardous if the pieces are small enough to be aspirated. Miniature cars also have a high potential for aspiration. Comic books are on too high a level for toddlers. Although they may enjoy looking at some of the pictures, toddlers are more likely to rip a comic book apart.
child must be able to sate the need to go to the bathroom to initiate toilet training. Usually, a child needs to be dry for only 2 hours, not 4 hours. The child also must be able to sit, walk, and squat. A new sibling would most likely hinder toilet training.
days at a time. Toddlers typically enjoy socialization and limiting others at meal time. Toddlers prefer to feed themselves and thus are too young to have table manners. A toddler’s appetite and need for calories, protein, and fluid decrease due to the dramatic slowing of growth rate.
a positive bedtime routine that provides security and also readies the child for sleep. The child should sleep in his own bed. Telling the child about locking him in his room will viewed by the child as a threat. Additionally, a locked door is frightening and potentially hazardous. Vigorous activity at bedtime stirs up the child and makes more difficult to fall asleep.
fantasy play. Building blocks and wooden puzzles are appropriate for encouraging fine motordevelopment. Big wheels and tricycles encourage gross motor development.
dolls by size, and simple problem-solving options are examples of the concrete operational thinking of the schoolager.
level ofdevelopment . Repression refers to the involuntary blocking of unpleasant feelings and experiences from one’s awareness. Rationalization is the attempt to make excuses to justify unacceptable feelings or behaviors.
become more adventurous and daring. The school-aged child is also still prone to accidents and home hazards, especially because of increased motor abilities and independence. Plus the home hazards differ from other age groups. These hazards, which are potentially lethal but tempting, may include firearms, alcohol, and medications. School-agechildren begin to internalize their own controls and need less outside direction. Plus the child is away from home more often. Some parental or caregiver
assistance is still needed to answer questions and provide guidance for decisions and responsibilities.
American Academy of Family Physicians and the American Academy of Pediatrics, the MMR vaccine should be given at the age of 10 if the child did not receive it between the ages of 4 to 6 years as recommended. Immunization for diphtheria and tetanus isrequired at age 13.
autonomy. Preschoolers develop a sense of guilt when they do not develop a sense of initiative. School-agechildren develop a sense of inferiority when they do not develop a sense of industry.
has and telling the parents not to worry about it or the time her spends on it shuts off further investigation and is likely to make the adolescent and his parents feel defensive. The statement about peer acceptance and time spent in front of the mirror for the development of self image provides information about the adolescent’s needs to the parents and may help to gain trust with the adolescent. Asking the adolescent how he feels about the acne will encourage the adolescent to share his
feelings. Discussing the cleansing method shows interest and concern for the adolescent and also can help to identify any patient-teaching needs for the adolescent regarding cleansing.
nor symptomatic of developmental delay. Whether or nor the child knows how to play with dolls is irrelevant.
solutions. Collaboration with the teachers and counselors at school may lead to uncovering the cause of the phobia and to the development of solutions. The child should participate and play an active role in developing possible solutions.
declined since 1991, yet morbidity remains high. Most teenage pregnancies are unplanned and occur out of wedlock. The pregnant adolescent is at high risk for physical complications including premature labor and low-birth-weight infants, high neonatal mortality, iron deficiency anemia, prolonged labor, and fetopelvic disproportion as well as numerous psychological crises.
their Eustachian tubes creating frequent bouts of otitis truyền thông. Most children with cleft palate remain well-nourished and maintain adequate nutrition through the use of proper feeding techniques. Food particles do not pass through the cleft and into the Eustachian tubes. There is no association between cleft palate and congenial ear deformities.
by 3 months. The parachute reflex appears at 9 months. Rolling from front to back usually is accomplished at about 5 months.
exhibiting parallel play. Sharing crayons, playing a board trò chơi with a nurse, or sharing dolls with two different nurses are all examples of cooperative play.
Iron-rich foods help with anemia, but dietary iron is not an initial intervention. The prognosis of ALL usually is good. However, later on, the nurse may need to assist the child and family with coping since death and dying may still be an issue in need of discussion. Injections should be discouraged, owing to increased risk from bleeding due to thrombocytopenia.
Therefore, the mother’s verbalization of information about measures to reduce fever indicates understanding. No dietary restrictions are necessary after this injection is given. A subsequent rash is more likely to be seen 5 to 10 days after receiving the MMR vaccine, not the diphtheria, pertussis, and tetanus vaccine. Diarrhea is not associated with this vaccine.
reporting the case to Protective Services immediately to protect the child from further harm. Scheduling a follow-up visit is inappropriate because additional harm may come to the child if the nurse waits for further assessment data. Although the nurse should notify the physician, the goal is to initiate measures to protect the child’s safety. Notifying the physician immediately does not initiate the removal of the child from harm nor does it absolve the nurse from responsibility. Multiple
bruises and burns are not normal toddler injuries.
with congenital heart disease are more prone to respiratory infections. Bleeding tendencies, frequent vomiting, and diarrhea and seizure disorders are not associated with congenital heart disease.
mist tent wastes valuable time. The situation is a possible life-threatening emergency. Having the child lie down would cause additional distress and may result in respiratory arrest. Throat examination may result in laryngospasm that could be fatal.
would help to decrease urinary tract infections by avoiding sphincter stress. Increased fluid intake enables the bladder to be cleared more frequently, thus helping to prevent urinary tract infections. The intake of acidic juices helps to keep the urine pH acidic and thus decrease the chance of flora development.
increasing pressure and restore circulation. Acetaminophen (Tylenol) will be ineffective since the pain is related to the increasing pressure and tissue ischemia. The cast, not traction, is being used in this situation for immobilization, so releasing the traction would be inappropriate. In this situation, specific action not continued monitoring is indicated.
B vaccine is given at birth to 2 months, then at 1 to 4 months, and then again at 6 to 18 months. DtaP is routinely given at 2, 4, 6, and 15 to 18 months and a booster at 4 to 6 years.
appropriate for the 10 to 12-month-old as he or she begins to cruise the environment. Rattles and mobiles are more appropriate for infants in the 1 to 3 month age range. Mobiles pose a danger to older infants because of possible strangulation.
of the body toàn thân mutilation, especially associated with painful experiences. The preschool child uses simple, not complex, reasoning, engages in associative, not competitive, play (interactive and cooperative play with sharing), and is able to tolerate longer periods of delayed gratification.
such as self-feeding, walking, and taking. Little or no speech, marked motor delays, and gait disabilities would be seen in more severe forms mental retardation.
joints, large protruding tongue, and muscle weakness.
malabsorption disorders such as celiac disease. “Currant jelly” stools are characteristic of intussusception.
feedings are used with GER to stop the vomiting. Therefore, the nurse would monitor the child’s vomiting to evaluate the effectiveness of using the thickened feedings. No relationship exists between feedings and characteristics of stools and uterine. If feedings are ineffective, this should be noted before there is any change in the child’s weight.
wheat-containing products must be avoided. Rice, milk, and chicken do not contain gluten and need not be avoided.
associated with the severe watery diarrhea, the child’s weight is more likely to be decreased.
intervention, with monitoring more frequently than every 30 minutes. Hirschsprung disease typically presents with chronic constipation.
Because intussusception is not believed to have a familial tendency, obtaining a family history would provide the least amount of information. Stool inspection, pain pattern, and abdominal palpation would reveal possible indicators of intussusception. Current, jelly-like stools containing blood and mucus are an indication of intussusception. Acute, episodic abdominal pain is characteristics of intussusception. A sausage-shaped mass may be palpated in the right upper quadrant.
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