Exam 3 - Pediatric Hospitalization

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  1. What are the three phases of separation anxiety?
    • protest phase
    • despair phase
    • detachment phase
  2. This phase of separation anxiety is characterized by crying, screaming, and clinging to parent
    protest phase
  3. This phase of separation anxiety is characterized by the child's crying stops and evidence of depression
    despair phase
  4. This phase of separation anxiety is characterized by denial; resignation but not contentment. This phase may seriously affect attachment to parent after separation
    detachment phase
  5. On the neonatal/infant pain scale (NIPS), what score indicates pain?
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Exam 3 - Pediatric Hospitalization
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