Community, Family, Social Ch. 31, 32, 33

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Community, Family, Social Ch. 31, 32, 33
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  1. The epidemiologic triangle contains what 3 factors?
    • Agent
    • Host
    • Environment
  2. What prevention level focuses on health promotion and prevention of disease or injury?
    Primary

    EX: Safety programs, well-child clinics, sanitation measures, immunizations
  3. What prevention level focuses on screening and early diagnosis of disease?
    Secondary

    EX: isolation, TB screenings
  4. What prevention level focuses on interventions to opitimize function for children with disabilities or chronic disease?
    Tertiary

    EX: Asthma management, rehabilitation, special education programs
  5. What influences affect a child's health?
    • Genetics
    • Family
    • Culture
    • Community
  6. What is the difference between the Ecological Model vs Resilience Model?
    E - Children are influenced by the environment and the environment is influenced by the children

    R - Ability to respond to events with healthy responses by having strength and support when dealing with crisis
  7. Consanguineous vs Affinal family?
    C - blood relationship

    A - marital relationship
  8. What is the definition of a family systems theory?
    Family is a system that continually interacts with its members and environment
  9. Crisis interventions that are used to help the family cope with a challenging event is what kind of theory?
    Family Stress Theory
  10. A nurse provides anticipatory guidance to prepare family members for transition to next the stage is what kind of theory?
    Developmental Theory
  11. What are the three parenting styles?
    Authoritarian - controls behaviors unquestionably and establish rules with rigidity

    Permissive - exert little to no control over their children. Tend to want their children to find their own way

    Authoritative - combines both styles, directs behavior by explaining reasons for rules
  12. Children most likely living in poverty are those below the age of ____
    5 years old
  13. What percentage of children make up the homeless population?
    25%
  14. Children experiencing stress are more likely to develop what problems?
    • Respiratory
    • GI
    • Stroke
    • Hypertension
    • Heart attacks
  15. What are the leading causes of death in children over the age of 10?
    • Motor vehicle crashes
    • Unintentional injury
    • Homicide
    • Suicide
  16. What should the nurse do if s/he suspects abuse?
    Report it.

    Nurses are required by law to report and suspicious foul play. If they do not report, they become liable for the wellfare of the child.
  17. Physical abuse vs physical neglect?
    Abuse - maltreatment of another that causes pain or injury

    Neglect - withholding or failure to provide necessary resources
  18. Types of molestation:

    Exhibitionism
    Child pornography
    Child prostitution
    Pedophilia
    Exh - indecent exposure by an adult to a child

    Porn - arranging and photographing sexual acts involving a child

    Pros - involving children in sexual acts for profit

    Ped - preference of a child for sexual arousal
  19. The fabrication of signs and symptoms of an illness in a healthy child is called?
    Munchausen by Proxy
  20. What are common causes of pediatric poisonings?
    • Cosmetics
    • Cleaning prodcuts
    • Medications
  21. Is Ipecac recommended for suspected child poisonings?
    No. It is not recommended especially in use by the family
  22. Most common items ingested by a child:
    • Coins
    • Pins
    • Toy parts
    • Batteries

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