Mobiles, mirrors, music, cuddle r rock infant, lullabies, talking to infant
Normal stressors for ____ include..
* Separation Anxiety
* Loss of Self Control
* Painful, Invasive procedures
* Bodily injury, mutilation
* Fear of dark
When doing a procedure on a toddler, where should procedure take place?
In treatment room if possible
Therapeutic play for toddlers?
familiar blanket, stuffed animal
stories read to them
Normal stressors for ___ include....
* Separation anxiety, fear of abandonment
* Loss of self control, bodily function
* Bodily injury, mutilation
* Painful, invasive procedure
* Fear of dark & monsters
When performing procedure on preschooler, where should it take place?
treatment room if possible
Therapeutic play for preschoolers?
playing with safe hospital equipment, crayons/book, puppets, magnet board, play dough
Normal stressors for _____ include...
* loss of control
* loss of privacy & control over bodily functions
* bodily injury
* separation from family & friends
* painful, invasive procedures
* fear of death
Normal stressors for ____ include....
* Loss of control
* Fear of altered body image, disfigurement,
* Fear of disability
* Fear of Death
* Separation from peers
* Loss of privacy & identity
What pain assessment scales are self reporting?
Faces & Oucher
What pain scales are used in non-verbal children?
NIPS & FLACC
What are the 5 rights of medcations?
Right - Patient
Right - Drug
Right - Dose
Right - Route
Right - Time
What is it when an infant has been on supplemental oxygen for at least 28 days after birth?
What does treatment of bronchopulmonary dysplasia, ventilation require?
If diagnosed with bronchopulmonary dysplasia, what can it lead to?
atelectasis & hyperexpansion
When does respiratory distress occur?
immediately after birth
What is excess fluid in the lungs of a newborn?
This type of newborn, may have more difficulty feeding & are more difficult to arouse to a quiet alert state
Large for Gestational Age
What is a well known condition that is associated with excessive fetal growth?
Birth trauma, resulting in shoulder dystocia is a common complication of?
Large gestational age
An APGAR score of <7 is ?
An APGAR score of >7 is?
What is a normal lab result of bilirubin at birth in the infant?
After an infants delivery, their ____ must start to conjugate bilirubin?
In phototherapy, due to hyperbilirubinemia, what does the stool look like?
In neonatal sepsis, what is the most common sign?
In children under ____, they have a short, narrow trachea?
If a child is distressed, their ____ is not effectively expired?
Does dehydration hit children or adults sooner?
When doing a physical assessment on a child, what are the growth measurements recorded on plot growth chart?
Length, Height, Weight, Head Circumference.
The DDST test, screens children up to age 6, in 4 categories, what are they?
The DDTS screens children, up to what age?
What is nitric oxide used for?
used for meconium aspiration syndrome
What is surfactant used for?
replacement therapy for RDS & meconium aspiration syndrome. it improves oxygenation & decreases the incidence of air leaks. It decreases the need for ventilator support