Congenital and Acquired Heart Disease (Peds)
#1. Acyanotic - No mixing of unoxygenated blood in the systemic circulation #2. Cyanotic - Unoxygenated blood enters the systemic circulation #3. Patent Ductus Arteriosus - Allows oxygenated blood ...
kamne|4 years ago|±0|13 views
#1. Physical Assessment of Infants - Look at general movement, assess muscle strength, use of extremities, muscles, and joints, look for head lag, and check for torticollis #2. Physical Assessment ...
kamne|4 years ago|±0|11 views
Anomalies of the GI Tract
#1. Cleft Lip/Palate - Diagnostic Evaluation: Prenatal ultrasound #2. Pyloric Stenosis - The circumferential muscle of the pyloric sphincter becomes thickened, resulting in elongation and narro...
kamne|4 years ago|±0|9 views
Nutritional Problems in Children
#1. Celiac Disease - Malabsorption secondary to gluten intolerance. Autoimmune condition that causes chronic inflammation leading to destruction of the villi #2. Lactose Intolerance - Body's inabi...
kamne|4 years ago|±0|14 views
#1. Trust v. mistrust - Erikson birth to 1 year caregivers respond to the infant's basic needs by feeding, changing diapers, cleaning, touching, holding, and talking to the infant. this creates...
erinkcava|5 years ago|±0|29 views
#1. Congenital Heart Disease - A defect in the heart or a persistence of a fetal structure after birth (patent ductus arteriosus) #2. Cardiac Catheterization - Catheter is inserted through a percu...
Julie_Wardia|7 months ago|±0|17 views
RN Nursing Care of Children
Growth Chart 2 days to 1 year
Tafina_A__Edwards|2 years ago|±0|14 views
#1. Digoxin - Increases contractility, decreases heart rate, increases cardiac output #2. Hold digoxin for infants with bpm less than - 90 #3. Hold digoxin for children with bpm less than - 70 #4. ...
Julie_Wardia|7 months ago|±0|20 views
Pediatric neurosensory disorders
#1. 1.Classify and interpret signs and symptoms of hearing impairment. - Abnormal in infant No startle reaction, no speech by 2 years of age, No babbling by 7 months, not saying da or ma by 9 month...
Jordan_Reeves|3 years ago|±0|16 views
Pediatric growth and development
#1. Age by which the birth weight is doubled - 6 months #2. Age by which the birth weight is tripled. - by the first year #3. Identity length and height increase during 1 to 6 months. - 1 inch per ...
Jordan_Reeves|3 years ago|±0|61 views
#1. a 3 year old female is hospitalized for a femur fracture. As her nurse, what nursing action would help foster the child's sense of autonomy? - Allow the child to administer her own dose of Kefl...
berlinland|5 years ago|±0|147 views