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87 terms
ATI Nursing Care of Children
Piaget
Erikson
Patent ductus arteriosus
Ventricular septal defect
Sensorimotor (0-2)... Preoperational (2-7)... Concrete operations (…
Trust vs. mistrust... Autonomy vs. shame and doubt... Initiative vs…
Murmur (machine-like)... Wide pulse pressure... Bounding pulses... Pos…
Loud, harsh murmur not usually heard until pulmonary pressure…
Piaget
Sensorimotor (0-2)... Preoperational (2-7)... Concrete operations (…
Erikson
Trust vs. mistrust... Autonomy vs. shame and doubt... Initiative vs…
79 terms
ATI- Nursing Care of Children
between 6 and 8 weeks of age
between 12 and 18 months of age
tumbling E, HOTV
Snellen chart or symbol chart
When does the posterior fontanel close?
When does the anterior fontanel close?
what kind of test should you use to test the visual acuity of…
how should older children be tested for visual acuity?
between 6 and 8 weeks of age
When does the posterior fontanel close?
between 12 and 18 months of age
When does the anterior fontanel close?
87 terms
ATI Nursing Care of Children
Piaget
Erikson
Patent ductus arteriosus
Ventricular septal defect
Sensorimotor (0-2)... Preoperational (2-7)... Concrete operations (…
Trust vs. mistrust... Autonomy vs. shame and doubt... Initiative vs…
Murmur (machine-like)... Wide pulse pressure... Bounding pulses... Pos…
Loud, harsh murmur not usually heard until pulmonary pressure…
Piaget
Sensorimotor (0-2)... Preoperational (2-7)... Concrete operations (…
Erikson
Trust vs. mistrust... Autonomy vs. shame and doubt... Initiative vs…
79 terms
ATI- Nursing Care of Children
between 6 and 8 weeks of age
between 12 and 18 months of age
tumbling E, HOTV
Snellen chart or symbol chart
When does the posterior fontanel close?
When does the anterior fontanel close?
what kind of test should you use to test the visual acuity of…
how should older children be tested for visual acuity?
between 6 and 8 weeks of age
When does the posterior fontanel close?
between 12 and 18 months of age
When does the anterior fontanel close?
40 terms
Nursing Care of Children- ATI
Traditional nuclear family
Nuclear family
Single-parent family
Blended family (also called reconstitu…
›Married couple and their biologic children (only full brothe…
›Two parents and their children (biologic, adoptive, step, fo…
›One parent and one or more children
›At least one stepparent, stepsibling, or half-sibling
Traditional nuclear family
›Married couple and their biologic children (only full brothe…
Nuclear family
›Two parents and their children (biologic, adoptive, step, fo…
87 terms
ATI Nursing Care of Children
Piaget
Erikson
Patent ductus arteriosus
Ventricular septal defect
Sensorimotor (0-2)... Preoperational (2-7)... Concrete operations (…
Trust vs. mistrust... Autonomy vs. shame and doubt... Initiative vs…
Murmur (machine-like)... Wide pulse pressure... Bounding pulses... Pos…
Loud, harsh murmur not usually heard until pulmonary pressure…
Piaget
Sensorimotor (0-2)... Preoperational (2-7)... Concrete operations (…
Erikson
Trust vs. mistrust... Autonomy vs. shame and doubt... Initiative vs…
79 terms
ATI- Nursing Care of Children
between 6 and 8 weeks of age
between 12 and 18 months of age
tumbling E, HOTV
Snellen chart or symbol chart
When does the posterior fontanel close?
When does the anterior fontanel close?
what kind of test should you use to test the visual acuity of…
how should older children be tested for visual acuity?
between 6 and 8 weeks of age
When does the posterior fontanel close?
between 12 and 18 months of age
When does the anterior fontanel close?
87 terms
ATI Nursing Care of Children
Piaget
Erikson
Patent ductus arteriosus
Ventricular septal defect
Sensorimotor (0-2)... Preoperational (2-7)... Concrete operations (…
Trust vs. mistrust... Autonomy vs. shame and doubt... Initiative vs…
Murmur (machine-like)... Wide pulse pressure... Bounding pulses... Pos…
Loud, harsh murmur not usually heard until pulmonary pressure…
Piaget
Sensorimotor (0-2)... Preoperational (2-7)... Concrete operations (…
Erikson
Trust vs. mistrust... Autonomy vs. shame and doubt... Initiative vs…
38 terms
nursing care of children ATI practice
Nephrotic syndrome in children?
at what age should a child be able to…
at what should a child be able to cut…
at what age should a child be able to…
edema is seen in nephrotic syndrome and corticosteroids are a…
age 5
age 4
age 5
Nephrotic syndrome in children?
edema is seen in nephrotic syndrome and corticosteroids are a…
at what age should a child be able to…
age 5
187 terms
Ati peds-nursing care of children
Trust vs mistrust
Solids introduced
How long for foods to be introduced on…
Indicators for readiness of solid foods
Birth to 1 year
4-6 months
5-7 days
Voluntary control of head and trunk, hunger less than four ho…
Trust vs mistrust
Birth to 1 year
Solids introduced
4-6 months
187 terms
Ati peds-nursing care of children
Trust vs mistrust
Solids introduced
How long for foods to be introduced on…
Indicators for readiness of solid foods
Birth to 1 year
4-6 months
5-7 days
Voluntary control of head and trunk, hunger less than four ho…
Trust vs mistrust
Birth to 1 year
Solids introduced
4-6 months
187 terms
Ati peds-nursing care of children
Trust vs mistrust
Solids introduced
How long for foods to be introduced on…
Indicators for readiness of solid foods
Birth to 1 year
4-6 months
5-7 days
Voluntary control of head and trunk, hunger less than four ho…
Trust vs mistrust
Birth to 1 year
Solids introduced
4-6 months
45 terms
ATI review: Nursing care of children
Immunizations at birth
Immunizations at 2 months
Immunizations at 4 months
Immunizations at 6 months
Hep B
Dtap, Rotovirus, IPV (polio), Hep B, PCV (pneumococcal)
Dtap, Rotovirus, IPV, Hib , PCV
Dtap, PCV, rotovirus, Hib, IPV and Hep B (up to 18 months)
Immunizations at birth
Hep B
Immunizations at 2 months
Dtap, Rotovirus, IPV (polio), Hep B, PCV (pneumococcal)
187 terms
Ati peds-nursing care of children
Trust vs mistrust
Solids introduced
How long for foods to be introduced on…
Indicators for readiness of solid foods
Birth to 1 year
4-6 months
5-7 days
Voluntary control of head and trunk, hunger less than four ho…
Trust vs mistrust
Birth to 1 year
Solids introduced
4-6 months
187 terms
Ati peds-nursing care of children
Trust vs mistrust
Solids introduced
How long for foods to be introduced on…
Indicators for readiness of solid foods
Birth to 1 year
4-6 months
5-7 days
Voluntary control of head and trunk, hunger less than four ho…
Trust vs mistrust
Birth to 1 year
Solids introduced
4-6 months
60 terms
Nursing Care of Children ATI B
The nurse is planning care for a newbo…
A nurse is providing teaching to the p…
A nurse is caring for a school-age chi…
A nurse is providing anticipatory guid…
maintain the newborn's legs in abduction... ** not Avoid tactil…
Growth hormone injections
place the child in a private room
Offer iron fortified cereal at 4 to 6 months
The nurse is planning care for a newbo…
maintain the newborn's legs in abduction... ** not Avoid tactil…
A nurse is providing teaching to the p…
Growth hormone injections
187 terms
Ati peds-nursing care of children
Trust vs mistrust
Solids introduced
How long for foods to be introduced on…
Indicators for readiness of solid foods
Birth to 1 year
4-6 months
5-7 days
Voluntary control of head and trunk, hunger less than four ho…
Trust vs mistrust
Birth to 1 year
Solids introduced
4-6 months
61 terms
Nursing Care of Children ATI Practice B
The nurse is planning care for a newbo…
A nurse is providing teaching to the p…
A nurse is caring for a school-age chi…
A nurse is providing anticipatory guid…
** not Avoid tactile stimulaiton to prevent rupture of the sa…
Growth hormone injections
place the child in a private room
Offer iron fortified cereal at 4 to 6 months
The nurse is planning care for a newbo…
** not Avoid tactile stimulaiton to prevent rupture of the sa…
A nurse is providing teaching to the p…
Growth hormone injections
27 terms
ATI Nursing Care of Children Chapter 3
Infants POSTERIOR fontanel closes by
Infants ANTERIOR fontanel closes by
Weight
Height
6-8 weeks
12-18 months
- infants gain ~ 5-7 oz per week for first 6 months of life... -…
- infant grows ~ 1 inch per month (2.5cm) for first 6 months…
Infants POSTERIOR fontanel closes by
6-8 weeks
Infants ANTERIOR fontanel closes by
12-18 months
24 terms
ATI Nursing Care of Children Chapter 4
ANTERIOR fontanels closed by?
Weight
Height
Head circumference & chest circumference
18 months
30 months of age, toddlers should weigh FOUR times birth weight
toddlers grow about 3in (7.5cm) PER YEAR
usually equal by 1-2 years of age
ANTERIOR fontanels closed by?
18 months
Weight
30 months of age, toddlers should weigh FOUR times birth weight
56 terms
Nursing Care of Children with System Disorders - ATI
Hepatitis B schedule
Hepatitis B Considerations
Rotavirus schedule
Rotavirus considerations
3 doses... - Birth, 1-2 months, 6-18 months
Minimum of 4 weeks between dose 1 and 2 ... Minimum of 8 weeks b…
2 doses... - 2 months, 4 months
Max age for the first dose is 14 weeks and 6 days ... Max age fo…
Hepatitis B schedule
3 doses... - Birth, 1-2 months, 6-18 months
Hepatitis B Considerations
Minimum of 4 weeks between dose 1 and 2 ... Minimum of 8 weeks b…
40 terms
ATI - Nursing Care of Children Quiz 1
A nurse is providing anticipatory guid…
A nurse is assessing an 8-year-old chi…
A nurse is teaching a parent of a 12 m…
A nurse is caring for a 2-year-old chi…
Call the poison control center
The child complains everyday about going to school
"My infant should drink 2 qt of skim milk per day."
Building block towers
A nurse is providing anticipatory guid…
Call the poison control center
A nurse is assessing an 8-year-old chi…
The child complains everyday about going to school
17 terms
ATI Nursing Care of Children Chapter 7
Puberty
Acne
Girls
Boys
- the final 20-25% of height is achieved during puberty
- appears during adolescent years
- stop growing about 2-2.5 years after onset of menarche... - gr…
- stop growing around 18-20 yo... - grow 10-30 cm (4-12 in) & ga…
Puberty
- the final 20-25% of height is achieved during puberty
Acne
- appears during adolescent years
60 terms
ATI Nursing Care of Children Practice A
Infant postop pyloric stenosis repair.…
Monthly assessment for methylphenidate…
Adolescent managing tinea pedis. under…
7-mo-old. Report what to PCP
Monitor infant following feedings for vomiting... (Evaluates suc…
Weight loss
I should wear sandals as much as possible.... (Allow air circula…
Inability to babble one-syllable sounds... (babbling one-syllabl…
Infant postop pyloric stenosis repair.…
Monitor infant following feedings for vomiting... (Evaluates suc…
Monthly assessment for methylphenidate…
Weight loss
14 terms
ATI Nursing Care of Children Chapter 6
Weight
Height
Prepubescence
Piaget
School age child: 2-3 kg per year
2 in per year
- begins at 9yo... - rapid growth in height & weight ... - differen…
concrete operations... - learns to tell time... - able to solve pro…
Weight
School age child: 2-3 kg per year
Height
2 in per year
25 terms
ATI Nursing Care of Children Chapter 5
Weight
Height
3yo
4yo
- preschoolers gain 2-3kg per year
- preschoolers grow about 6.5-9cm per year
GMS: rides tricycle, jumps off bottom step, stands on one foo…
GMS: skips and hops on one foot, throws ball overhead
Weight
- preschoolers gain 2-3kg per year
Height
- preschoolers grow about 6.5-9cm per year
36 terms
NCLEX ATI Unit 9: Nursing Care of Children
A nurse instructs a parenting class. W…
A nurse admits a toddler who is schedu…
1 month
2 months
3... common car is car accidents ... SIDS is not most prominent ... r…
1. ... what do you need to know to give care for the child?... a t…
demonstrates head lag... strong palmar grasp reflex
lifts head off mattress... holds hands in an open position
A nurse instructs a parenting class. W…
3... common car is car accidents ... SIDS is not most prominent ... r…
A nurse admits a toddler who is schedu…
1. ... what do you need to know to give care for the child?... a t…
98 terms
RN Nursing Care of Children ATI CH 22-
Which of the following should the nurs…
The nurse hears one parent state, "My…
A nurse is performing family assessmen…
A nurse is preparing to assess a presc…
Defines consistencies in how families change
Authoritarian
- Medical history... - Parents' education level... - Support syst…
Allow the child to role-play using miniature equipment.
Which of the following should the nurs…
Defines consistencies in how families change
The nurse hears one parent state, "My…
Authoritarian
67 terms
ATI Nursing Care of Children Chapters 1-2
Family Centered Nursing Care
Characteristics of healthy families
Family stress
Traditional nuclear family
- families are groups that should remain constant in children…
- members communicate well and listens to each other... - there…
- describes stress as inevitable... - stressors can be expected…
- MARRIED couple and their BIOLOGICAL children (only full bro…
Family Centered Nursing Care
- families are groups that should remain constant in children…
Characteristics of healthy families
- members communicate well and listens to each other... - there…
40 terms
ATI - Nursing Care of Children Quiz 2
A nurse is caring for an adolescent wi…
A nurse is caring for an adolescent wi…
A nurse is caring for a 6 week old inf…
A nurse is caring for a 4 month old in…
Hemoglobin A1C
Place plastic over the cast while bathing
Small, frequent bottle feedings
"I will make sure my baby is sitting upright when drinking a…
A nurse is caring for an adolescent wi…
Hemoglobin A1C
A nurse is caring for an adolescent wi…
Place plastic over the cast while bathing
36 terms
NCLEX ATI Unit 9: Nursing Care of Children
A nurse instructs a parenting class. W…
A nurse admits a toddler who is schedu…
1 month
2 months
3... common car is car accidents ... SIDS is not most prominent ... r…
1. ... what do you need to know to give care for the child?... a t…
demonstrates head lag... strong palmar grasp reflex
lifts head off mattress... holds hands in an open position
A nurse instructs a parenting class. W…
3... common car is car accidents ... SIDS is not most prominent ... r…
A nurse admits a toddler who is schedu…
1. ... what do you need to know to give care for the child?... a t…
56 terms
Nursing Care of Children with System Disorders - ATI
Hepatitis B schedule
Hepatitis B Considerations
Rotavirus schedule
Rotavirus considerations
3 doses... - Birth, 1-2 months, 6-18 months
Minimum of 4 weeks between dose 1 and 2 ... Minimum of 8 weeks b…
2 doses... - 2 months, 4 months
Max age for the first dose is 14 weeks and 6 days ... Max age fo…
Hepatitis B schedule
3 doses... - Birth, 1-2 months, 6-18 months
Hepatitis B Considerations
Minimum of 4 weeks between dose 1 and 2 ... Minimum of 8 weeks b…
56 terms
Nursing Care of Children with System Disorders - ATI
Hepatitis B schedule
Hepatitis B Considerations
Rotavirus schedule
Rotavirus considerations
3 doses... - Birth, 1-2 months, 6-18 months
Minimum of 4 weeks between dose 1 and 2 ... Minimum of 8 weeks b…
2 doses... - 2 months, 4 months
Max age for the first dose is 14 weeks and 6 days ... Max age fo…
Hepatitis B schedule
3 doses... - Birth, 1-2 months, 6-18 months
Hepatitis B Considerations
Minimum of 4 weeks between dose 1 and 2 ... Minimum of 8 weeks b…
60 terms
ATI Nursing Care of Children Practice A
Infant postop pyloric stenosis repair.…
Monthly assessment for methylphenidate…
Adolescent managing tinea pedis. under…
7-mo-old. Report what to PCP
Monitor infant following feedings for vomiting... (Evaluates suc…
Weight loss
I should wear sandals as much as possible.... (Allow air circula…
Inability to babble one-syllable sounds... (babbling one-syllabl…
Infant postop pyloric stenosis repair.…
Monitor infant following feedings for vomiting... (Evaluates suc…
Monthly assessment for methylphenidate…
Weight loss
Nursing Care of Children with System Disorders - ATI
Hepatitis B schedule
Hepatitis B Considerations
Rotavirus schedule
Rotavirus considerations
3 doses... - Birth, 1-2 months, 6-18 months
Minimum of 4 weeks between dose 1 and 2 ... Minimum of 8 weeks b…
2 doses... - 2 months, 4 months
Max age for the first dose is 14 weeks and 6 days ... Max age fo…
Hepatitis B schedule
3 doses... - Birth, 1-2 months, 6-18 months
Hepatitis B Considerations
Minimum of 4 weeks between dose 1 and 2 ... Minimum of 8 weeks b…
88 terms
PN Nursing ATI Children
Acceptable identifiers
Do you mix meds with formula?
oral meds and feeding tubes
otic solution
Need 2... client's name, id number, telephone number, birth date…
No.
-check tube placement... -use liquid meds... -Do not mix with enter…
down and back up to 3 years
Acceptable identifiers
Need 2... client's name, id number, telephone number, birth date…
Do you mix meds with formula?
No.
109 terms
RN Nursing Care of Children ATI CH 22-43
A nurse is caring for a child who has…
A nurse is caring for a child who is s…
A nurse is assessing a child who has a…
A nurse is teaching a group of parents…
Initiate oral rehydration therapy.
Perform a tape test.
- Fever... - Vomiting... - Watery stools
- It is a bacterial infection.... - Bloody diarrhea is common.... -…
A nurse is caring for a child who has…
Initiate oral rehydration therapy.
A nurse is caring for a child who is s…
Perform a tape test.
98 terms
RN Nursing Care of Children ATI CH 1-21
Which of the following should the nurs…
The nurse hears one parent state, "My…
A nurse is performing family assessmen…
A nurse is preparing to assess a presc…
Defines consistencies in how families change
Authoritarian
- Medical history... - Parents' education level... - Support syst…
Allow the child to role-play using miniature equipment.
Which of the following should the nurs…
Defines consistencies in how families change
The nurse hears one parent state, "My…
Authoritarian
20 terms
Care of Children ATI Review
FLACC
rheumatic fever symptoms
intussception
Vaccines which protect against meningi…
Used for kids 2months-7 years
complication of strep ... 1. muffled heart sounds... 2. CNS involv…
intestines telescopes on itself. ... Normal comfort interrupted…
Hib AND Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine
FLACC
Used for kids 2months-7 years
rheumatic fever symptoms
complication of strep ... 1. muffled heart sounds... 2. CNS involv…
61 terms
Care of Children ATI B
The nurse is planning care for a newbo…
A nurse is providing teaching to the p…
A nurse is caring for a school-age chi…
A nurse is providing anticipatory guid…
** not Avoid tactile stimulaiton to prevent rupture of the sa…
Growth hormone injections
place the child in a private room
Offer iron fortified cereal at 4 to 6 months
The nurse is planning care for a newbo…
** not Avoid tactile stimulaiton to prevent rupture of the sa…
A nurse is providing teaching to the p…
Growth hormone injections
98 terms
RN Nursing Care of Children ATI CH 1-21
Which of the following should the nurs…
The nurse hears one parent state, "My…
A nurse is performing family assessmen…
A nurse is preparing to assess a presc…
Defines consistencies in how families change
Authoritarian
- Medical history... - Parents' education level... - Support syst…
Allow the child to role-play using miniature equipment.
Which of the following should the nurs…
Defines consistencies in how families change
The nurse hears one parent state, "My…
Authoritarian
109 terms
RN Nursing Care of Children ATI CH 22-43
A nurse is caring for a child who has…
A nurse is caring for a child who is s…
A nurse is assessing a child who has a…
A nurse is teaching a group of parents…
Initiate oral rehydration therapy.
Perform a tape test.
- Fever... - Vomiting... - Watery stools
- It is a bacterial infection.... - Bloody diarrhea is common.... -…
A nurse is caring for a child who has…
Initiate oral rehydration therapy.
A nurse is caring for a child who is s…
Perform a tape test.
98 terms
RN Nursing Care of Children ATI CH 1-21
Which of the following should the nurs…
The nurse hears one parent state, "My…
A nurse is performing family assessmen…
A nurse is preparing to assess a presc…
Defines consistencies in how families change
Authoritarian
- Medical history... - Parents' education level... - Support syst…
Allow the child to role-play using miniature equipment.
Which of the following should the nurs…
Defines consistencies in how families change
The nurse hears one parent state, "My…
Authoritarian
109 terms
RN Nursing Care of Children ATI CH 22-43
A nurse is caring for a child who has…
A nurse is caring for a child who is s…
A nurse is assessing a child who has a…
A nurse is teaching a group of parents…
Initiate oral rehydration therapy.
Perform a tape test.
- Fever... - Vomiting... - Watery stools
- It is a bacterial infection.... - Bloody diarrhea is common.... -…
A nurse is caring for a child who has…
Initiate oral rehydration therapy.
A nurse is caring for a child who is s…
Perform a tape test.
21 terms
ATI Children Chapter 1 family-centered nursing care
Characteristics of a positive family r…
Family centered nursing care includes:
Family system theory
Family Stress Theory
parent-child interaction that show mutual warmth and respect
*agreed upon partnerships b/t families of children, nurses, a…
*Family viewed as a whole system, not individual... * a change i…
* Describes stress as inevitable... * stressors can be expected…
Characteristics of a positive family r…
parent-child interaction that show mutual warmth and respect
Family centered nursing care includes:
*agreed upon partnerships b/t families of children, nurses, a…
19 terms
ATI Children ch. 1 family centered nursing care
Characteristics of a healthy family in…
What is a nurses reaction what a famil…
What are the aspects of a family system
Traditional nuclear family
-members communicate well and listen to each other... -there is…
the nurse should play close attention
-the family is viewed as a while system instead of individual…
married couple and their biologic children
Characteristics of a healthy family in…
-members communicate well and listen to each other... -there is…
What is a nurses reaction what a famil…
the nurse should play close attention
109 terms
RN Nursing Care of Children ATI CH 22-43
A nurse is caring for a child who has…
A nurse is caring for a child who is s…
A nurse is assessing a child who has a…
A nurse is teaching a group of parents…
Initiate oral rehydration therapy.
Perform a tape test.
- Fever... - Vomiting... - Watery stools
- It is a bacterial infection.... - Bloody diarrhea is common.... -…
A nurse is caring for a child who has…
Initiate oral rehydration therapy.
A nurse is caring for a child who is s…
Perform a tape test.
109 terms
RN Nursing Care of Children ATI CH 22-43
A nurse is caring for a child who has…
A nurse is caring for a child who is s…
A nurse is assessing a child who has a…
A nurse is teaching a group of parents…
Initiate oral rehydration therapy.
Perform a tape test.
- Fever... - Vomiting... - Watery stools
- It is a bacterial infection.... - Bloody diarrhea is common.... -…
A nurse is caring for a child who has…
Initiate oral rehydration therapy.
A nurse is caring for a child who is s…
Perform a tape test.
109 terms
RN Nursing Care of Children ATI CH 22-43
A nurse is caring for a child who has…
A nurse is caring for a child who is s…
A nurse is assessing a child who has a…
A nurse is teaching a group of parents…
Initiate oral rehydration therapy.
Perform a tape test.
- Fever... - Vomiting... - Watery stools
- It is a bacterial infection.... - Bloody diarrhea is common.... -…
A nurse is caring for a child who has…
Initiate oral rehydration therapy.
A nurse is caring for a child who is s…
Perform a tape test.
14 terms
ATI Nursing Care of Children Chapter 8 Safe Administration of Medications
Oral medication
Atraumatic care
Meds via feeding tube
Optic med
- preferred for children... - determines child ability to swallo…
- mix med in small amt of sweet fluid... - offer juice, soft dri…
1. confirm placement... 2. use liquid formulation... 3. do not add…
1. place child in supine/sitting position... 2. extend head & as…
Oral medication
- preferred for children... - determines child ability to swallo…
Atraumatic care
- mix med in small amt of sweet fluid... - offer juice, soft dri…
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