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Santepro
Answered: Aug 04, 2020
A recent episode of pharyngitis

A recent episode of pharyngitis is the most important factor in establishing the diagnosis of rheumatic fever. Although the child may have a history of fever...Read More

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Santepro
Answered: Aug 04, 2020
Obstruction of blood flow from the right ventricle

PS refers to an obstruction of blood flow from the right ventricle.Option A: Truncus arteriosus involves a single vessel arising from both...Read More

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Santepro
Answered: Aug 04, 2020
To decrease proteinuria

The primary purpose of administering corticosteroids to a child with nephritic syndrome is to decrease proteinuria.Option A: Corticosteroids have no effect on blood...Read More

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Santepro
Answered: Aug 04, 2020
Ventricular septal defect. overriding aorta. pulmonic stenosis (PS). and right ventricular hypertrophy

The defects associated with tetralogy of Fallot include ventricular septal defect....Read More

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Santepro
Answered: Aug 04, 2020
Bilateral parachute

The parachute reflex appears to about 9 months of age is normal.Option A. C. and D: All of the following are considered abnormal when evaluating infantile reflexes:...Read More

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Wyatt Williams
Answered: Aug 04, 2020
Supine for several hours. to prevent a headache.

Over 90% percent of babies can sit unsupported by nine months. Most babies cannot say mama in the sense that it refers to their mother at...Read More

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Santepro
Answered: Aug 04, 2020
Impaired oral mucous membrane

GER is the backflow of gastric contents into the esophagus resulting from relaxation or incompetence of the lower-esophageal (cardiac) sphincter. No alteration...Read More

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Santepro
Answered: Aug 04, 2020
The child does not sit unsupported.

The primary role of the nurse when a patient has a seizure is to protect the patient from harming him or herself.

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Santepro
Answered: Aug 04, 2020
Baby Gabby who sleeps on his back

Infants who sleep on their back are least likely to develop SIDS. However. SIDS has been associated with infants who sleep on their abdomens.Option A.B.C:...Read More

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Santepro
Answered: Aug 04, 2020
Plan for discharge in 12 to 24 hours.
Check for electrolyte imbalances.
Provide oxygen as ordered.

Children with Category A Near Drowning are awake with minimal injury. Care...Read More

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Santepro
Answered: Aug 04, 2020
What did your child eat for breakfast?”

The nurse should obtain objective information about the childs nutritional intake. such as by asking about what the child ate for a...Read More

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Santepro
Answered: Aug 04, 2020
Noncommunicating hydrocele

With a noncommunicating hydrocele. most commonly seen at birth. residual peritoneal fluid is trapped within lower segment of the processus vaginalis (the tunica...Read More

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Santepro
Answered: Aug 04, 2020
500 mg

First. calculate the childs weight in kg: 44/2.2 = 20 kg. Then calculate the appropriate daily dose according to the drug text: 50 mg/kg/day = 50 mg x 20 kg = 1.000 mg/day. the...Read More

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Santepro
Answered: Aug 04, 2020
Watery diarrhea

Episodes of celiac crises are precipitated by infections. ingestion of gluten. prolonged fasting. or exposure to anticholinergics. Celiac crisis is typically characterized...Read More

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Santepro
Answered: Aug 04, 2020
Avoiding contact with people who have upper respiratory tract infections

Otitis media is commonly precipitated by an upper respiratory tract infection. Therefore. children prone to otitis...Read More

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