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Principles of Pediatric Nursing 6th Edition By Ball- Test Bank

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Principles of Pediatric Nursing 6th Edition By Ball- Test Bank

Chapter 08

Ball/Bindler/Cowen, Principles of Pediatric Nursing: Caring for Children 6th Edition Test Bank
Chapter 8
Question 1
Type: MCMA
Which of these aspects of developmental health supervision should be included in each healthcare visit of young children?
Standard Text: Select all that apply.
1. Assessment
2. Discipline
3. Education
4. Intervention
5. Toilet training
Correct Answer: 1,3,4
Rationale 1: The main recommendations for developmental health supervision of young children include assessment, education, intervention, and care coordination. This standard framework should be used as guidelines for each healthcare visit. Discipline and toilet training, while important to the care of children, are age specific and not part of the main developmental plans.
Rationale 2: The main recommendations for developmental health supervision of young children include assessment, education, intervention, and care coordination. This standard framework should be used as guidelines for each healthcare visit. Discipline and toilet training, while important to the care of children, are age specific and not part of the main developmental plans.
Rationale 3: The main recommendations for developmental health supervision of young children include assessment, education, intervention, and care coordination. This standard framework should be used as guidelines for each healthcare visit. Discipline and toilet training, while important to the care of children, are age specific and not part of the main developmental plans.
Rationale 4: The main recommendations for developmental health supervision of young children include assessment, education, intervention, and care coordination. This standard framework should be used as guidelines for each healthcare visit. Discipline and toilet training, while important to the care of children, are age specific and not part of the main developmental plans.
Rationale 5: The main recommendations for developmental health supervision of young children include assessment, education, intervention, and care coordination. This standard framework should be used as guidelines for each healthcare visit. Discipline and toilet training, while important to the care of children, are age specific and not part of the main developmental plans.
Global Rationale: The main recommendations for developmental health supervision of young children include assessment, education, intervention, and care coordination. This standard framework should be used as guidelines for each healthcare visit. Discipline and toilet training, while important to the care of children, are age specific and not part of the main developmental plans.
Cognitive Level: Applying
Client Need: Health Promotion and Maintenance
Client Need Sub:
Nursing/Integrated Concepts: Nursing Process: Planning
Learning Outcome: LO 8.1 Describe the areas of assessment and intervention for health supervision visits for toddlers and preschoolers: growth and developmental surveillance, nutrition, physical activity, oral health, mental and spiritual health, family and social relations, disease prevention strategies, and injury prevention strategies.

Question 2
Type: MCSA
A 27-month-old toddler who is in the pediatric office for a well-child visit begins to cry the moment he is placed on the examination table. The parent attempts to comfort the toddler; however, nothing is effective. Which of these actions by the nurse takes priority?
1. Instruct the father to hold the toddler down tightly to complete the examination.
2. Allow the toddler to sit on the parent’s lap and begin the assessment.
3. Allow the toddler to stand on the floor until he stops crying.
4. Ask another nurse in the office to hold the toddler, since the parent is not able to control the toddler’s behavior.
Correct Answer: 2
Rationale 1: Toddlers are most comfortable when sitting with the parents. Much of the examination can be completed in this way. Allowing the toddler to stand on the floor is inappropriate. A nurse can assist if the parent is unable to hold the child during the examination of the throat and ears to prevent injury from movement.
Rationale 2: Toddlers are most comfortable when sitting with the parents. Much of the examination can be completed in this way. Allowing the toddler to stand on the floor is inappropriate. A nurse can assist if the parent is unable to hold the child during the examination of the throat and ears to prevent injury from movement.
Rationale 3: Toddlers are most comfortable when sitting with the parents. Much of the examination can be completed in this way. Allowing the toddler to stand on the floor is inappropriate. A nurse can assist if the parent is unable to hold the child during the examination of the throat and ears to prevent injury from movement.
Rationale 4: Toddlers are most comfortable when sitting with the parents. Much of the examination can be completed in this way. Allowing the toddler to stand on the floor is inappropriate. A nurse can assist if the parent is unable to hold the child during the examination of the throat and ears to prevent injury from movement.
Global Rationale: Toddlers are most comfortable when sitting with the parents. Much of the examination can be completed in this way. Allowing the toddler to stand on the floor is inappropriate. A nurse can assist if the parent is unable to hold the child during the examination of the throat and ears to prevent injury from movement.

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