A mother brings her 4 year old daughter to the clinic for his well…

Question Answered step-by-step A mother brings her 4 year old daughter to the clinic for his well… A mother brings her 4 year old daughter to the clinic for his well physical exam. Mom states her daughter has been doing well and all of her immunizations are up to date since her last vist at 3 years of age. Today mom is concerned due to a dry, irritant rash on the bilateral antecubital and posterior knee areas. Mom states that she was diagnosed with atopic dermatitis at 1 year of age, and has been using OTC aquaphor which now is not helping. Based on the content related to a 4 year old well visit, in addition to the question presented by the infant’s mother:What questions might you ask specific to this visit of a 4 year old?What immuniations, and/or tests might this child receive at this visit?What aspects specific to the dermatological exam need to be performed specific to the 4 year old well examination, and would you anticipate any difficulties?If on exam you find that the atopic dermatitis is excoriated and has areas of golden crusty exudate, what additional diagnosis and treatment would you consider?Discuss Anticipatory Guidance you may discuss with the mother specific to a 4 year old well visit. Health Science Science Nursing NUR 6210 Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)