Can you please confirm these answers for me? (see below). The nurse…

Question Answered step-by-step Can you please confirm these answers for me? (see below). The nurse… Can you please confirm these answers for me?  (see below).The nurse is obtaining the functional health history of a new pediatric client by talking with him and his parents. Which questions should the nurse include during this portion of the assessment? Select all that apply.An adolescent female with anemia has been prescribed a diet high in iron. Selection of which meal indicates to the nurse that the client understands the prescribed diet?A teenage girl and her mother are in the office. When the teen uses the restroom, her mother asks the nurse about the changes that Linda is going through. She would like to talk to her about sexuality and its changes but she is unsure of how to do this. What reminders should the nurse give to the mother for when she discusses sex?”Does your child wear a seat belt?””What type of physical activity does your child engage in?””Do you have any problems with breathing during activity?””How often do you visit the dentist?””How many hours of sleep does your child get per night?”baked chicken, steamed cauliflower, garden saladfried chicken, carrots, and mashed potatoescookies, candy, and crackersshrimp, corn on the cob with butter, and cookieDiscuss with the teen the experiences that you had so that she can connect on a personal level.Encourage her to talk to her peers and teachers in health class.Promote open lines of communication; listen instead of lecture; and share family values.Do not initiate any conversation; let the teen come and seek the advice of the parent.    A nurse is teaching an 11-year-old child about the use of incentive spirometry prior to abdominal surgery. The child yells, “I am not going to use this stupid thing, and I wish you would just leave me alone!” What is the priority therapeutic response by the nurse?The community nurse is preparing an educational session on how to provide anticipatory guidance to clients for other nurses. Which example will the nurse include in the teaching?”If you yell at me, I will leave the room and call your parents.””I understand that you are angry and nervous about your surgery, but please don’t yell.””Yelling at me is very disrespectful when all I am doing is trying to help you.””Is this how you talk to your parents at home?”Taking a child’s vital signs.Providing vaccinations to the children in a community.Teaching handwashing at an elementary school.Ordering the prescribed diet for a child who had surgery. A family of five seeks care for their preschool-age child with an upper respiratory infection. The facility has no medical record for the family. Why does the nurse encourage this family to establish a medical home?To establish a continuing relationship with a physician or nurse practitioner.To receive priority treatment in urgent situations.To obtain improved health insurance coverage.To ensure all the children receive low-cost immunizations.      The nurse is teaching a 7-year-old girl about her upcoming tonsillectomy. Which techniques would be appropriate for this child? Select all that apply.A nurse is assessing a child’s heart sounds and notes a murmur. The nurse documents the murmur as a grade III based which findings? Select all that apply.The nurse is caring for a preoperative pediatric client. What would it be best for the nurse to do with this client?allowing the child to do as much self care as possibleexplaining the procedure that will happen later in the dayoffering choices of drinks and gelatin after the procedureexplaining that anesthesia is a lot like falling asleepusing plays or puppets to help explain the procedureloudno associated thrilldifficult to hearaudible with edge of stethoscopepositive thrillDetermine how much the child knows and is capable of understanding.Teach technical terminology to the caregivers so they will understand what is being said postoperatively.Keep the child away from any food or drinks to ensure the child is NPO.Explain how the therapeutic plan can be used in preparing the child for surgery.     10.A group of children with chronic renal disease will be attending a class on nutrition. What are factors the nurse needs to consider to make the class effective for these children? Select all that apply.Have everyone share his or her disease history.Assess for common interests and goals.Limit one person from dominating.Avoid competition in the group.Determine the ability to learn self care.11.Infants born to mothers who are HbsAg (hepatitis B surface antigen)-positive need to receive the hepatitis B immunoglobulin (HBIg) within how many hours?HBIg needs to be given within 4 hours.HBIg needs to be given within 8 hours.HBIg needs to be given within 12 hours.HBIg needs to be given within 24 hours.12.The nursing instructor is leading a class discussion on the various aspects of adolescents. The instructor determines the class is successful after the students correctly choose which milestone as the beginning of adolescence?The deciduous teeth falling outThe beginning of pubertyThe child becoming self-supportedThe fine motor skills fully developed     13.Shelley, a mother, is new to the community, and the family is in a low-income bracket with limited transportation options. How could the pediatric nurse help Shelley get her new baby to her well-child visits to promote healthy growth and development? The nurse could:link Shelley with the community’s child health clinic.give Shelley all information at this visit to save time.schedule the next visit and hope Shelley can make it.tell Shelley this office is her only option for visits.14.A pediatric nurse will state that the priority reason to have a thorough grasp of the growth and development of children is to:identify developmental risks or delays promptly.thoroughly enjoy working with the different age groups.give parents anticipatory guidance as their children grow and change.interact with children in age-appropriate, nonthreatening ways.15.The nurse is performing risk assessments on adolescents in the school setting. Which teen should the nurse screen for hypertension?An Asian femaleA white maleA black maleA Jewish male16.The nurse is collecting data from a 15-year-old boy who is being seen at the ambulatory care clinic for immunizations. During the initial assessment, he voices concerns about being shorter than his peers. What response by the nurse is indicated?”Being short is nothing to be ashamed of.””I am sure you are not the shortest guy in your class.””Boys your age will often continue growing for a few more years.””Are the other men in your family short?”17.A full-term gestation infant weighed 8 pounds 1 ounce (3700 g) at birth. The baby’s weight at the 4-month-old well-child visit is 10 pounds 2 ounces (5000 g). Which intervention should the nurse implement first?Notify the healthcare provider of the findings.Measure the infant’s length and head circumference.Question the parent about episodes of vomiting or diarrhea.Determine how many times the baby feeds per day.18.A new client arrives for a first visit to the pediatric clinic. The nurse will prioritize which step in this appointment?recording the health historyinterviewing the caregiverobtaining biographical datadetermining the chief complaint19.The teaching session using pictures for a preschool-age child did not have an intended outcome. In which ways could the nurse modify the teaching session to best fit the child’s developmental level? Select all that apply.Involve the parents in the teaching session.Offer rewards as each step is learned.Active participation by the preschooler.Teach all information in a short session.Teach in a formal session.     20.The nurse is preparing to teach a 15-year-old adolescent about recently diagnosed diabetes. What question(s) asked by the nurse will be of assistance in determining the adolescent’s needs for learning? Select all that apply.”How has your diabetes impacted your family?””Prior to seeing the health care provider for your condition, what did you do to manage it?””What do you know about the diets recommended for a person with diabetes?””Are you ready to take care of yourself?””Who do you think should receive teaching about your diabetes?”21.The nurse is caring for a 10-year-old child admitted for a surgical procedure to be done the next day. The nurse takes the child to a special area in the playroom and lets the child “start” an IV on a stuffed bear. This is an example of:therapeutic play.positive reinforcement.play therapy.age-related activity.22.When a child is hospitalized and must be away from the caregiver, the child goes through stages of response to the separation. The child who cries and refuses to let the nurse or anyone else provide comfort and is continually looking out the door to see if the caregiver is returning is in which stage of separation?protestdespairdenialanger  23.The nurse is caring for a child who has been hospitalized for 6 days and whose caregivers are unable to stay with the child. The child cried most of the day for the first 3 days but now is quiet and withdrawn. This behavior in the child is an example of which stage of separation?despairdenialdepressionprotest24.The nurse is working with a group of caregivers of children in a community setting. The topic of hospitalization and the effects of hospitalization on the child are being discussed. Which statement made by the caregivers supports the most effective way for children to be educated about hospitals?”We are going to take our child to an open house at the hospital so she can see the pediatric unit.””Our next door neighbor was sick and died in the hospital. We explained to our son that usually babies are born and people get well in hospitals.””The school nurse set up posters and displays showing pictures of what the inside of a hospital looked like, and we made sure our daughter saw the display.””My wife brought home several books about hospitalization and surgery, and she and I are reading them to our son.”25.The nurse is measuring the vital signs of a group of assigned children. Which action(s) would demonstrate the correct technique? Select all that apply.The nurse measures the radial pulse of a 16-month-old child for 1 full minute.The nurse listens to the 12-month-old child’s heart for about 20 seconds before beginning to count the rate.The nurse auscultates a 7-year-old’s apical pulse for 60 seconds.The nurse watches the chest rise and fall when assessing the respiratory rate of a 9-month-old child.The nurse assesses the child’s rectal temperature by gently inserting a lubricated thermometer rectally.                           Health Science Science Nursing Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)