Study Group Question - Do you think you know it? - page 57

I was having this discussion with a friend, but we later agree to to these. Hope this will benefit all nurses student still in school or awaiting to take NCLEX. Is more or less like a study... Read More

  1. by   simi001
    ok i was cofused in 2 question thanx kay for such a tricky question it helping me to revise the content :rcgtku:
  2. by   KAYBDT6
    a child with pku should not be given
    1-green grape
    2-cheerios
    3-cranberry apple juice
    4-diet soda

    what causes asthma
    1-unknown cause
    2-allergy
    3-stress
    4-multiple factors

    what sign of hydocephalus should the nurse observe in a pediatric pt admitted to the nicu
    1-bulging anterior fontanel
    2-incr head circumference
    3-shrill high pitch cry
    4-sunken eyeball
  3. by   simi001
    a child with pku should not be given
    1-green grape
    2-cheerios
    3-cranberry apple juice
    4-diet soda not sure about this just a guess

    what causes asthma
    1-unknown cause
    2-allergy
    3-stress
    4-multiple factors

    what sign of hydocephalus should the nurse observe in a pediatric pt admitted to the nicu
    1-bulging anterior fontanel
    2-incr head circumference
    3-shrill high pitch cry
    4-sunken eyeball
  4. by   KAYBDT6
    [quote=simi001;3858183]
    a child with pku should not be given
    1-green grape
    2-cheerios
    3-cranberry apple juice
    4-diet soda not sure about this just a guess - good educated guess! due to aspartame. pediatric pt with pku should avoid food that contain aspartame and phenylalanine.

    what causes asthma
    1-unknown cause
    2-allergy -
    3-stress
    4-multiple factors- such as stress, allergy.

    what sign of hydocephalus should the nurse observe in a pediatric pt admitted to the nicu
    1-bulging anterior fontanel
    2-incr head circumference
    3-shrill high pitch cry
    4-sunken eyeball
  5. by   simi001
    oh no i want all correct
  6. by   KAYBDT6
    what is the best position to place a child with status asthmaticus
    1-knee chest position
    2-side lying position
    3-lateral sim's position
    4-supine position

    what position should the nurse place a child with bacterial meningitis
    1-prone
    2-supine
    3-side-lying
    4-trendelenburg

  7. by   simi001
    what is the best position to place a child with status asthmaticus
    1-knee chest position:thnkg:
    2-side lying position
    3-lateral sim's position
    4-supine position

    what position should the nurse place a child with bacterial meningitis
    1-prone
    2-supine:thnkg:
    3-side-lying
    4-trendelenburg

    need to study for positioning hope these are right
  8. by   KAYBDT6
    [quote=simi001;3858255]
    what is the best position to place a child with status asthmaticus
    1-knee chest position:thnkg:but the child can place in a high fowler or sitting up straight to allow expansion of the lungs.
    2-side lying position
    3-lateral sim's position
    4-supine position

    what position should the nurse place a child with bacterial meningitis
    1-prone
    2-supine:thnkg:
    3-side-lying safety and comfort
    4-trendelenburg

    need to study for positioning hope these are right
  9. by   KAYBDT6
    a pt is dx with anorexia nervosa and have a nsg dx of altered nutrition with less than body requirem't. what sx should the nurse be most alert for
    1-hyperglycemia and anemia
    2-feeling depressed abt body image and weight gain
    3-t-wave inversion on ekg
    4-metabolic acidosis

    what should be the greastest concern for the for in an older pt with restrainst to avoid pulling ngt & iv
    1-risk for fall
    2-bone loss
    3-incr agitation
    4-phyisical injury
  10. by   simi001
    a pt is dx with anorexia nervosa and have a nsg dx of altered nutrition with less than body requirem't. what sx should the nurse be most alert for
    1-hyperglycemia and anemia
    2-feeling depressed abt body image and weight gain
    3-t-wave inversion on ekg
    4-metabolic acidosis

    what should be the greastest concern for the for in an older pt with restrainst to avoid pulling ngt & iv
    1-risk for fall
    2-bone loss
    3-incr agitation
    4-phyisical injury
  11. by   KAYBDT6
    [quote=simi001;3858322]
    a pt is dx with anorexia nervosa and have a nsg dx of altered nutrition with less than body requirem't. what sx should the nurse be most alert for
    1-hyperglycemia and anemia -hypoglycemia
    2-feeling depressed abt body image and weight gain
    3-t-wave inversion on ekg - due to vomiting, severe weight loss and purging. also can lead to cardiac changes
    4-metabolic acidosis- metabolic alkalosis

    what should be the greastest concern for the for in an older pt with restrainst to avoid pulling ngt & iv
    1-risk for fall
    2-bone loss
    3-incr agitation - increase agitation can lead to risk for fall and phyisical injury!
    4-phyisical injury
  12. by   simi001
    thanx kay forthe rationals i ned to revise it thoughrly
  13. by   KAYBDT6
    a pt who is 34 weeks gestation is suspected of using cocaine. what complication is the fetus @ high risk for
    1-late deceleration
    2-polyhydramnios
    3-macrosomia
    4-hyperbilirubimea

    a pt with meniere dz should be recommended to
    1-low fat diet
    2-low k diet
    3-low sodium diet
    4-increase high protein


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