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Exam 1 - lecture 1
Terms in this set (42)
role of ped nurse
disease prevention and health promo
support and counseling
coordination and collaboration
ethical decision making
#1 cause of death >1
accidents and injury
1 mn-1 yr
3yr -5 yr
#1 health threat for pediatrics
T or F
mental health starts in adolescence
seen as early as 8
Best balance of nutrition of micronutrients, immunity and enzymes
What supplements may be needed in a breast feeding baby?
Formula has micronutrients, but not immunity
When are health habits established?
requires parent teaching
food preferences are established by family influence and culture
Who do we guide teaching to?
1.When talking to parents about childhood obesity and type 2 diabetes, which topics should the nursing students discuss with the parents? Select all that apply.
A.Obesity in children and adolescents is defined as a body mass index at or greater than the 95th percentile for youth of the same age and gender.
B.Easy access to television and video games has increased the incidence of obesity.
C.Lack of physical exercise contributes to obesity.
D.The importance of allowing children to choose their favorite foods every day, including sweets such as dessert.
E.The importance of maintaining a normal body weight.
F.Overweight youth have increased risk for not only type 2 diabetes, but also high blood pressure and dyslipidemia.
A, B, C, E, F
When should a child see a dentist?
how to prevent tooth decay after age one
Take away bottle and sippy cup after age one
If you have to, fill with water
Single most common chronic disease of childhood is
EB says immunizations are _______
exemptions: personal, religious, medical
Childhood health problems
obesity and type2 DM
#1 cause of childhood Morbidity
infections and parasitic
Two basic concepts to family centered care
T or F
be a good girl and youll get a toy
use positive reinforcements
T or F
lie to a child
be very honest
The assessment process of nursing is:
The most common nutritional problem in American children is:
A.Lack of breastfeeding
C.Access to healthy food
Which nursing intervention is most effective in providing atraumatic care to a 3-year-old boy preparing for major surgery?
A.Explain to the child that he will be away from his parents for only a short time.
B.Allow a parent to accompany the child to the preoperative holding area.
C.Give the child a teddy bear from the hospital's toy closet.
D.Hold the child's hand as you accompany the child to the preoperative holding area.
The nurse is assigned to care for a chronically ill child who is hospitalized. The child is 14 months old, and is the youngest of 9 children ranging in age from 2 months to 17 years. Which nursing action is the best example of enhancing family-centered care?
A.The nurse answers the call light promptly.
B.The nurse asks the mother to describe the child's feeding history.
C.The nurse offers to feed the child and allow mom to take a nap.
D.The nurse allows all of the siblings to remain in the room as much as they wish.
Types of discipline to minimize misbehavior
- infants and toddler dont respond
behavioral modification (reward)
- ignore tantrums
- one min for every yr old they are
corporal (physical punishment)
What two things do kids need to predict success?
Love and belonging
Which of the following (after the family) is most likely to have the greatest influence on providing continuity between generations?
Children may feel that they are responsible for their parents' divorce and interpret the separation as punishment. At what age is this most likely to occur?
Typically have two chromosomes, but in deletion they have one
Normal somatic chromosomes
Deletion of one chromosome
-most types are incompatible with life
What trisomys have a shortered life span
Trisomy 18 - Edwards
Trisome 13 - Patau
A recognized pattern of malformations with a single, specific anatomic or biochemical cause
Three or more defects
What increases the risk of downs
Maternal egg age
Sex chromosome aneuploidies
Klinefelter and Turner syndrome
WHo carries X linked recessive
males are not carriers
Ex: color blindness
The nurse is discussing the pattern of inheritance with the family. Which statement about the autosomal dominant inheritance pattern is correct?
A.Only males are affected
B.50% chance of inheriting if parent affected
C.Requires several mutant allele to express
D.Reduced chance with each pregnancy
The nurse is caring for an infant with a congenital anomaly. What strategy can the nurse use to promote parental bonding and adjustment?
A.Nurse can perform all infant care
B.Identify the parents' weaknesses
C.Guide parents in recognizing infants cues
D.Help parents recognize this is a lifetime burden
Which of the following parental factors has the greatest effect on the transition to parenthood?
A.Age of the parent, resources, and coping skills
B.IQ of the parent, IQ of the child, and age of the parent
C.IQ of the child, health care needs of the child, and age of the parent
D.Resources, coping skills, and health care needs of the child
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