The hearing of the child
The tympanic temperature
Speech and language development
Ear hygiene and the need for earplugs
A. Pre-oxygenate the client before suctioning.
B. Apply negative pressure as the catheter is being inserted.
C. Be sure the cuff of the tracheotomy is inflated during suctioning.
D. Instill normal saline into the tracheotomy prior to suctioning.
Request the patient urinate
Perform blood typing and cross matching
Ensure the consent form has been signed
Clarify contact numbers of her family members
Increase respiratory rate
Reposition while maintaining neck alignment
Looking at picture books
Riding in a wagon
Position the patient on the left side
Administer supplemental oxygen
Continue to provide supportive care
Lower the temperature of the room
Oriented to person. lace. and time
Maintains body alignment. no contractures
Voids on command at 2-hour intervals