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28 terms
Medical Terminology (Pediatrics)
Fontanelle/Fontanel
Nursemaid's Elbow
Retractions
Stridor
Soft spot on head
Dislocation of elbow join caused by sudden pull on extended p…
Muscles between ribs pull inward
High pitched wheezing
Fontanelle/Fontanel
Soft spot on head
Nursemaid's Elbow
Dislocation of elbow join caused by sudden pull on extended p…
11 terms
medical terminology pediatrics
circum
ped(o)
peri
pyr
around
child
around
fever
circum
around
ped(o)
child
Medical Terminology 18 Pediatrics
circum
ped(o)
peri
pyr
around
child
around
fever
circum
around
ped(o)
child
20 terms
pediatric medical terminology
ab
abd
ABG
ac
abortion
abdominal
arterial blood gas
before meals
ab
abortion
abd
abdominal
CMCC - Pediatric Medical Terminology
Frontanelle/Fontanel
Stridor
Tympanic Membrane
Ped-
The soft spot on an infants head.
A harsh vibrating noise when breathing, caused by obstruction…
A hole in the tissue that separates the ear canal from the mi…
A performance - enhancing drug
Frontanelle/Fontanel
The soft spot on an infants head.
Stridor
A harsh vibrating noise when breathing, caused by obstruction…
10 terms
Medical terminology, book 2, unit 14, Pediatrics.
Pediatrics
infant
Obesity
Teenager
Is medical care for infants, children, and adolescents.
Is a young human being in the first year or two of life.
Is a medical condition in which a person accumulates a potent…
Is a young human being between the ages of twelve and twenty.
Pediatrics
Is medical care for infants, children, and adolescents.
infant
Is a young human being in the first year or two of life.
54 terms
ACSD 753 Pediatric Audiology Medical Terminology
toxoplasmosis
rubella
cytomegalovirus
herpes simplex virus
...
...
...
...
toxoplasmosis
...
rubella
...
19 terms
Pediatrics Terminology
Prehension
Prenatal Period
Embriological
Fetal
...
...
...
...
Prehension
...
Prenatal Period
...
83 terms
Medication for pediatrics
Amoxicillin
Azithromycin
Augmentin
Bactrim/Septra
Penicillin: wider spectrum than pen G with activity similar t…
Antibiotic: similar to erythromycin, but greater activity ver…
Augmentin is a penicillin antibiotic.... Do not use Augmentin i…
This medication is a combination of two antibiotics: sulfamet…
Amoxicillin
Penicillin: wider spectrum than pen G with activity similar t…
Azithromycin
Antibiotic: similar to erythromycin, but greater activity ver…
28 terms
terminology in pediatrics
growth
maturation
development
milestones
designates quantitative changes; refers to an increase in the…
designates qualitative changes; refers to changes in the unde…
encompasses the process of changes in structure, function, an…
a significant point in development; a significant functional…
growth
designates quantitative changes; refers to an increase in the…
maturation
designates qualitative changes; refers to changes in the unde…
35 terms
Pediatric Medications
Albuterol
Amoxicillin
Ampicillin
Benadryl (Diphenhydramine)
Bronchodilator; indicated for bronchospasm, wheezes and asthm…
PCN antibiotic; indicated for infection. Advise parents antib…
PCN antibiotic; indicated for infection. Obtain cultures prio…
Antihistamine; indicated for allergy symptom relief, insomnia…
Albuterol
Bronchodilator; indicated for bronchospasm, wheezes and asthm…
Amoxicillin
PCN antibiotic; indicated for infection. Advise parents antib…
6 terms
Pediatrics - Pediatric Medication Administration
Who will react more quicky to meds: an…
If the medication is in suspension for…
Can you pinch an infant or childs nost…
What type of meds can never be crushed?
A child bc theyre smaller
- shake it thoroughly! Bc the med could settle to the bottom…
- never
- enteric coated... - timed release... - capsules
Who will react more quicky to meds: an…
A child bc theyre smaller
If the medication is in suspension for…
- shake it thoroughly! Bc the med could settle to the bottom…
63 terms
Medical Spanish: Pregnancy and Pediatrics
¿Cómo se dice ______?
¿Qué significa ______?
No entiendo
No compreendo
How do you say_____?
What does_____mean?
I don't understand
I don't understand
¿Cómo se dice ______?
How do you say_____?
¿Qué significa ______?
What does_____mean?
35 terms
Pediatric Medications
Albuterol
Amoxicillin
Ampicillin
Benadryl (Diphenhydramine)
Bronchodilator; indicated for bronchospasm, wheezes and asthm…
PCN antibiotic; indicated for infection. Advise parents antib…
PCN antibiotic; indicated for infection. Obtain cultures prio…
Antihistamine; indicated for allergy symptom relief, insomnia…
Albuterol
Bronchodilator; indicated for bronchospasm, wheezes and asthm…
Amoxicillin
PCN antibiotic; indicated for infection. Advise parents antib…
16 terms
Pediatric Medications
Acetaminophen
Ibuprofen
Aspirin
Amoxicillin/Clavulanate
Children's Tylenol... Available: Suspension 160mg/5ml... Supposito…
Children's Advil... Available: suspension 100 mg/5ml... dose: 5-1…
Chewable Tablet... Available: 81mg tablet... Dose: 81 mg... Avoid a…
Augmentin, generic... Works against all 3 organisms for AOM... 1s…
Acetaminophen
Children's Tylenol... Available: Suspension 160mg/5ml... Supposito…
Ibuprofen
Children's Advil... Available: suspension 100 mg/5ml... dose: 5-1…
27 terms
Clinical Procedures for Medical Assistants Chapter 9 Pediatric Terminology
Adolescent
Immunity
Immunization
Infant
12-18 years old
Resistance of the body to the effects of a harmful agent (suc…
Process of becoming immune or of rendering an individual immu…
Child from birth to 12 months old
Adolescent
12-18 years old
Immunity
Resistance of the body to the effects of a harmful agent (suc…
35 terms
Pediatrics-medical science quiz1
Global developmental delay
Prenatal -
Full term
Pre-term
delay in multiple streams of development.
preceding birth (during pregnancy).
baby who is born at 37-40 weeks gestation.
baby who is born at less than 37 weeks gestation.
Global developmental delay
delay in multiple streams of development.
Prenatal -
preceding birth (during pregnancy).
20 terms
Pediatric Medications
Amoxicillin
Ampicillin
Rocephin (Ceftriaxone)
Solumedrol (Methyl-prednisolone)
PCN antibiotic; indicated for infection. Advise parents antib…
PCN antibiotic; indicated for infection. Obtain cultures prio…
Cephalosporin (3rd generation) antibiotic. Indicated for infe…
Corticosteroid. Indicated for swelling, inflammation, etc. Lo…
Amoxicillin
PCN antibiotic; indicated for infection. Advise parents antib…
Ampicillin
PCN antibiotic; indicated for infection. Obtain cultures prio…
60 terms
Pediatrics (Spanish for the Medical Professional)
alérgico(a)
el apetito
asmático(a)
la aspirina
alergic
appetite
asthmatic
aspirin
alérgico(a)
alergic
el apetito
appetite
40 terms
Pediatric Terminology
A form of leadership and enables pract…
The act or process of providing advice…
The benefit of services to consumers
refers to "across" disciplines
Scholarship
consultation
beneficence
Transdisciplinary
A form of leadership and enables pract…
Scholarship
The act or process of providing advice…
consultation
40 terms
medical math-pediatric dosage
What 2 forms are used to express the p…
What is the formula to convert from po…
What is the formula to convert kilogra…
how is the weight in kg written
pounds and kilograms
divide weight in pounds by 2.2
multiply weight in kg by 2.2
to the nearest hundredth
What 2 forms are used to express the p…
pounds and kilograms
What is the formula to convert from po…
divide weight in pounds by 2.2
61 terms
Pediatric terminology
Clastrum
LBW
IUGR
SGA
The breast milk in first days of childbirt
Low birth weight
Intrauterine growth retardation
Small for gestational age
Clastrum
The breast milk in first days of childbirt
LBW
Low birth weight
20 terms
Pediatric Medications
Epinephrine (Allergic Reaction & Asthma)
Epinephrine (Cardiac Arrest & Bradycar…
Activated Charcoal
Acetaminophen
.01 mg/kg SC or IM
.01 mg/kg IVP
1-2 g/kg PO
15 mg/kg PO
Epinephrine (Allergic Reaction & Asthma)
.01 mg/kg SC or IM
Epinephrine (Cardiac Arrest & Bradycar…
.01 mg/kg IVP
29 terms
Pediatric Terminology
autonomy
avulsed
cerebral palsy
chronologic age
childhood process of becoming independent
torn away or dislodged by force
neural disorder of motor function caused by brain damage
actual age of pediatric patients
autonomy
childhood process of becoming independent
avulsed
torn away or dislodged by force
Pediatric Medications
ACETAMINOPHEN ... Class: Antipyretic & A…
ADVAIR ... Class: Beta2 Agonist & Cortic…
ALBUTEROL ARESOL/METERED DOSE INHALER…
AMOXICILLIN ... Class: Antibiotic ... ... To…
Adverse effects: ... Headache. Chest pain, dyspnea, myocardial d…
Adverse Effects: Upper respiratory tract infection/inflammati…
Adverse Effects: Bronchospasm, cough, dyspnea, paradoxical br…
Adverse Effects: Diarrhea, allergic reaction, anaphylaxis, se…
ACETAMINOPHEN ... Class: Antipyretic & A…
Adverse effects: ... Headache. Chest pain, dyspnea, myocardial d…
ADVAIR ... Class: Beta2 Agonist & Cortic…
Adverse Effects: Upper respiratory tract infection/inflammati…
10 terms
Pediatric Medications
Client Weight Formula/... Client's DAILY…
Body Surface Area
IV Fluid Bolus-IV pump settings... (WHEN…
Rounding (When to round...)
100 mL/kg for first 10 kg ... +... 50 mL/kg for second 10 kg... +... 20 m…
√((kg X cm)/3,600) = m²
(mL X kg)/ hr= X mL/hr
lb to kg...round!... end of problem...round!
Client Weight Formula/... Client's DAILY…
100 mL/kg for first 10 kg ... +... 50 mL/kg for second 10 kg... +... 20 m…
Body Surface Area
√((kg X cm)/3,600) = m²
14 terms
Pediatric terminology
Explorer
Matrix band
Suctiin
X-ray
Counter ... Tooth feeler
Fence... Ring to hold the silver
Vacuum
Picture
Explorer
Counter ... Tooth feeler
Matrix band
Fence... Ring to hold the silver
77 terms
pediatric medications
albuterol
albuterol action
albuterol side effects
albuterol considerations
adrenergic B2 agonist, bronchodilator, sympathomimetic
relaxes smooth muscle, produces bronchodilation, CNS, cardiac…
tremors, anxiety, restlessness
limit caffeine
albuterol
adrenergic B2 agonist, bronchodilator, sympathomimetic
albuterol action
relaxes smooth muscle, produces bronchodilation, CNS, cardiac…
20 terms
Medications- Pediatric
Activated Charcoal
Adenosine (Adenocard)
Albuterol (Proventil, Ventolin)
Amiodarone (Cordarone)
1-2g/kg PO
0.1mg/kg IV/IO, followed by 0.2mg/kg IV/IO
0.15mg/kg Neb, every 20 minutes, not to exceed a maximum sing…
5mg/kg IV/IO, not to exceed a maximum single dose of 300mg
Activated Charcoal
1-2g/kg PO
Adenosine (Adenocard)
0.1mg/kg IV/IO, followed by 0.2mg/kg IV/IO
55 terms
Pediatric Terminology
Acidosis
Acute vs. Chronic vs. Transient
Adenopathy
Affect
Metabolic (Kidneys are not removing enough acid from the body…
Occurring suddenly vs. long term vs. lasting for a short time
Any disease or enlargement involving glandular tissues
The external expression of emotion attached to ideas or menta…
Acidosis
Metabolic (Kidneys are not removing enough acid from the body…
Acute vs. Chronic vs. Transient
Occurring suddenly vs. long term vs. lasting for a short time
20 terms
Pediatric medication
How many gestational weeks is consider…
About what percent of FDA approved med…
Where doe pediatric medication errors…
About how many centimeters per inch?
<37 weeks
~25%
At the ordering step... (miscalculating weight based dosages)
2.54 cm
How many gestational weeks is consider…
<37 weeks
About what percent of FDA approved med…
~25%
22 terms
Pediatric Medications
Ventolin
Domperidone
Ranitidine
Atrovent
Bronchospasm... treatment and prevention of bronchospasm associ…
Nausea and Vomiting... relief of the symptoms of nausea and vom…
Ulcers; GI; GERD... H2, histamine antagonists
Perennial Allergic/Nonallergic Rhinitis... Anticholinergic (par…
Ventolin
Bronchospasm... treatment and prevention of bronchospasm associ…
Domperidone
Nausea and Vomiting... relief of the symptoms of nausea and vom…
35 terms
Pediatric Medications
Albuterol
Amoxicillin
Ampicillin
Diphenhydramine
Bronchodilator; indicated for bronchospasm, wheezes and asthm…
PCN antibiotic; indicated for infection. Advise parents antib…
PCN antibiotic; indicated for infection. Obtain cultures prio…
Antihistamine; indicated for allergy symptom relief, insomnia…
Albuterol
Bronchodilator; indicated for bronchospasm, wheezes and asthm…
Amoxicillin
PCN antibiotic; indicated for infection. Advise parents antib…
35 terms
Pediatric Medications
Albuterol
Amoxicillin
Ampicillin
Benadryl (Diphenhydramine)
Bronchodilator; indicated for bronchospasm, wheezes and asthm…
PCN antibiotic; indicated for infection. Advise parents antib…
PCN antibiotic; indicated for infection. Obtain cultures prio…
Antihistamine; indicated for allergy symptom relief, insomnia…
Albuterol
Bronchodilator; indicated for bronchospasm, wheezes and asthm…
Amoxicillin
PCN antibiotic; indicated for infection. Advise parents antib…
11 terms
Pediatric Medications
Diazepam/Valium
Dantrolene (Dantrium)
Clonidine (Catapress)
Tizanidine/Xanaflex
spasticity
Spasticity
Spasticity
spasticity
Diazepam/Valium
spasticity
Dantrolene (Dantrium)
Spasticity
53 terms
Pediatric Medications
MMR Vaccine
DTaP Vaccine
Hib (Haemophilus Influenzae type B) Va…
Hepatitis B Vaccine
Preventing measles, mumps, rubella... Generally administered at…
Prevents diptheria, pertussis, tetanus... Begging at age 2 month…
Offers protection against bacteria that causes serious illnes…
May be given to newborns before discharge. Recommended for al…
MMR Vaccine
Preventing measles, mumps, rubella... Generally administered at…
DTaP Vaccine
Prevents diptheria, pertussis, tetanus... Begging at age 2 month…
36 terms
Pediatric Medications
Insulin GENERIC & TRADE NAMES
Insulin CLASSIFICATION
Insulin ACTION
Insulin PURPOSE
see insulin chart
antidiabetic
promote the uptake of glucose by the body's cells
reduce blood glucose levels
Insulin GENERIC & TRADE NAMES
see insulin chart
Insulin CLASSIFICATION
antidiabetic
24 terms
Pediatric Medications
Benedryl (Diphenhydramine Hydrochloride)
Phenergan (Promethazine)
Claritin (Loratidine)
Nasocort AQ (Triamcinolone Acetonide)
Antihistamine
Antihistamine, antiemetic
Antihistamine
Nasal Corticosteroid
Benedryl (Diphenhydramine Hydrochloride)
Antihistamine
Phenergan (Promethazine)
Antihistamine, antiemetic
57 terms
Pediatric Medications
Albuterol
Amoxicillin
Ampicillin
Diphenhydramine
Bronchodilator; indicated for bronchospasm, wheezes and asthm…
PCN antibiotic; indicated for infection. Advise parents antib…
PCN antibiotic; indicated for infection. Obtain cultures prio…
Antihistamine; indicated for allergy symptom relief, insomnia…
Albuterol
Bronchodilator; indicated for bronchospasm, wheezes and asthm…
Amoxicillin
PCN antibiotic; indicated for infection. Advise parents antib…
Pediatric Medications
Medications for Asthma
Albuterol
Adverse Effects of Albuterol
Nursing Implications for Albuterol
Albuterol, Atrovent, Beclomethazone, Prednisone, Singulair
used to prevent asthma, treat bronchospasm ... first line of def…
tachycardia, jittery, tremors
teach that s/e are normal, monitor for s/e
Medications for Asthma
Albuterol, Atrovent, Beclomethazone, Prednisone, Singulair
Albuterol
used to prevent asthma, treat bronchospasm ... first line of def…
Pediatric Medications
Albuterol
Amoxicillin
Ampicillin
Benadryl (Diphenhydramine)
Bronchodilator; indicated for bronchospasm, wheezes and asthm…
PCN antibiotic; indicated for infection. Advise parents antib…
PCN antibiotic; indicated for infection. Obtain cultures prio…
Antihistamine; indicated for allergy symptom relief, insomnia…
Albuterol
Bronchodilator; indicated for bronchospasm, wheezes and asthm…
Amoxicillin
PCN antibiotic; indicated for infection. Advise parents antib…
35 terms
Pediatric Medications
Albuterol
Amoxicillin
Ampicillin
Benadryl (Diphenhydramine)
Bronchodilator; indicated for bronchospasm, wheezes and asthm…
PCN antibiotic; indicated for infection. Advise parents antib…
PCN antibiotic; indicated for infection. Obtain cultures prio…
Antihistamine; indicated for allergy symptom relief, insomnia…
Albuterol
Bronchodilator; indicated for bronchospasm, wheezes and asthm…
Amoxicillin
PCN antibiotic; indicated for infection. Advise parents antib…
35 terms
Pediatric Medications
Albuterol
Amoxicillin
Ampicillin
Benadryl (Diphenhydramine)
Bronchodilator; indicated for bronchospasm, wheezes and asthm…
PCN antibiotic; indicated for infection. Advise parents antib…
PCN antibiotic; indicated for infection. Obtain cultures prio…
Antihistamine; indicated for allergy symptom relief, insomnia…
Albuterol
Bronchodilator; indicated for bronchospasm, wheezes and asthm…
Amoxicillin
PCN antibiotic; indicated for infection. Advise parents antib…
71 terms
Pediatric Medications
Legal responsibilities
Effect on absorption-skin
Effect on absorption-GI
Effect on absorption-muscle mass
8 rights, calculate safe dose, double check with another nurs…
Greater BSA, thin, pH varies, prone to irritation and allergi…
Emptying slower, peristalsis irregular, illnesses (diarrhea),…
Smaller, fewer IM sites available, limits injected volume, bl…
Legal responsibilities
8 rights, calculate safe dose, double check with another nurs…
Effect on absorption-skin
Greater BSA, thin, pH varies, prone to irritation and allergi…
7 terms
Pediatric Medications
The nurse is providing medication inst…
A health care provider's prescription…
A pediatric client with ventricular se…
Sulfisoxazole (Gantrisin), 1 g orally…
"I should mix the medication in the baby food and give it whe…
0.925 mL
0.25 mg
2 tablets
The nurse is providing medication inst…
"I should mix the medication in the baby food and give it whe…
A health care provider's prescription…
0.925 mL
77 terms
Pediatrics/Neonatology Terminology
asthma
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
autism
babble/coe
asma
Trastorno de Hiperactividad
autismo
balbucear
asthma
asma
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
Trastorno de Hiperactividad
26 terms
Pediatric Medications
Epi for allergic reaction
Epi for cardiac arrest and bradycardia
Activated Charcoal
Acetaminophen
0.01 mg/kg SC or IM 1:1,000
0.01mg/kg IVP 1:10,000
1-2g/kg PO
15mg/kg PO
Epi for allergic reaction
0.01 mg/kg SC or IM 1:1,000
Epi for cardiac arrest and bradycardia
0.01mg/kg IVP 1:10,000
9 terms
General Medical Pediatric Terms
strabismus
epistaxis
torticollis
papanicolaou
cross-eyes
nosebleeds
difficulty holding the head straight
pap smear
strabismus
cross-eyes
epistaxis
nosebleeds
6 terms
Pediatric Medications
493. The nurse is providing medication…
494. A health care provider's prescrip…
495. A pediatric client with ventricul…
496. Sulfisoxazole (Gantrisin), 1 g or…
493. 3... Rationale: The nurse would teach the parent to avoid p…
494. 4... Rationale: Convert 1 g to milligrams. In the metric sy…
495. 3... Rationale: Calculate the daily dosage by weight first:…
496. 3... Rationale: Change 1 g to milligrams, knowing that 1000…
493. The nurse is providing medication…
493. 3... Rationale: The nurse would teach the parent to avoid p…
494. A health care provider's prescrip…
494. 4... Rationale: Convert 1 g to milligrams. In the metric sy…
39 terms
Medical Terminology
card
cyst
gastr
hemat
card... heart
cyst... bladder
gastr... stomach
hemat... blood
card
card... heart
cyst
cyst... bladder
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