Chapter 10 Pediatric Considerations - Test

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All of the following are considerations that the sonographer must incorporate into communication with a child except:

A) Establish a rapport with the child by talking to the child from a comfortable distance before approaching him or her
B) Explain the procedure to the parent but not the child since the child will not be able to understand
C) acquaint the child with the new environment
D) when addressing the child, sit or kneel so as to be at the child's eye level
E) use an age-appropriate method of communication

B) Explain the procedure to the parent but not the child since the child will not be able to understand

2

Describe the variations in communication a radiographer must use in communicating with anadolescent.

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3

All of the following are symtoms of abuse except

A) burns
B) child is unhappy and crying
C) bruising
D) child is excessively passive and compliant
E) fractures that seem out of proportion to the report of how the injury occured

B) child is unhappy and crying

4

When caring for a pediatric patient, the best method of transport is always:

A) A gurney
B) Carrying the child
C) A crib
D) Depends on the distance involved and the age of the child

D) Depends on the distance involved and the age of the child

5

When caring for a 6-year-old child, the radiographer should:

A) Explain the procedure to the patient in great detail
B) Tell the patient that there will be no pain or discomfort, regardless of the type of examination
C) Be friendly, honest, and concise in your explanation to the child
D) Routinely immobilize the child to be examined

C) Be friendly, honest, and concise in your explanation to the child

6

True or False?

A child considered a preschooler at 1 to 3 years of age

False

1 to 3 is considered a toddler

7

True or False?

A child is considered an infant from birth to 12 months

True

8

At what age is a child considered an infant, toddler, preschooler, and school age?

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9

Which of the following points should be included when interviewing the teenager?

A) maintain the patients concern
B) explain the procedure
C) educate the patient
D) identify the patient
E) all of the above

E) all of the above

10

All of the following are supplies that may be used to immobilize pediatric patients, except:

A) sandbags
B) lead
C) rope
D) tape
E) all of the above may be used

C) rope

11

Why must radiation protection measures be applied, especially during pediatric radiography?

Due to the radiosensitivity of their rapid and changing cell growth

12

True or False?

If a sonographer suspects child abuse, it is strongly suggested that he or she should report these suspicions to the person at the institute who makes the inquiry and the required reports in such cases

False

She is legally obligated to report suspected child abuse

13

Infants lose body heat rapidly and this are more susceptible to _____.

Hypothermia

14

_____ _____ is the basic important practice that reduces the risk of infection transmission

Hand Hygiene

15

True or False?

When communicating with an adolescent, the radiographer should establish rapport to ensure the adolescent's confidence.

True

16

The ____-____-____ and Tam-em board are two commercially available immobilizers

pigg-o-stat

17

Newborn baby or a child under 1 year

A) school age
B) preschooler
C) toddler
D) infant
E) adolescent

D) infant

18

A period of life beginning at puberty and ending with physical maturity

A) school age
B) preschooler
C) toddler
D) infant
E) adolescent

E) adolescent

19

A child who is not old enough to attend kindergarten

A) school age
B) preschooler
C) toddler
D) infant
E) adolescent

B) preschooler

20

Young child learning to walk

A) school age
B) preschooler
C) toddler
D) infant
E) adolescent

C) toddler

21

Age at which the child is considered old enough to attend school

A) school age
B) preschooler
C) toddler
D) infant
E) adolescent

A) school age

22

Neonatal intensive care unit

A) Neonate
B) Isolette
C) NICU
D) Pigg-O-Stat
E) Hypothermia

C) NICU

23

Significant loss of body heat below 98.6 degrees F

A) Neonate
B) Isolette
C) NICU
D) Pigg-O-Stat
E) Hypothermia

E) Hypothermia

24

Commercial mechanical immobilizer device

A) Neonate
B) Isolette
C) NICU
D) Pigg-O-Stat
E) Hypothermia

D) Pigg-O-Stat

25

A type of bed used in the newborn intensive care unit to keep babies warm and protected from the enviroment

A) Neonate
B) Isolette
C) NICU
D) Pigg-O-Stat
E) Hypothermia

B) Isolette

26

Newborn infant up to 1 monht of age

A) Neonate
B) Isolette
C) NICU
D) Pigg-O-Stat
E) Hypothermia

A) Neonate

27

Handwashing with soap and water or the use of alcohol-based products that do not require water

A) increase
B) hand hygiene
C) immobilization
D) disinfectant
E) Child Abuse

B) hand hygiene

28

Enhance

A) increase
B) hand hygiene
C) immobilization
D) disinfectant
E) Child Abuse

A) increase

29

A chemical capable of destroying microorganisms or inhibiting their growth

A) increase
B) hand hygiene
C) immobilization
D) disinfectant
E) Child Abuse

D) disinfectant

30

The psychological, emotional, and/or sexual abuse of a child

A) increase
B) hand hygiene
C) immobilization
D) disinfectant
E) Child Abuse

E) Child Abuse

31

Restricting patient movement

A) increase
B) hand hygiene
C) immobilization
D) disinfectant
E) Child Abuse

C) immobilization