1. What are the primary nursing implications for an arteriogram?
2. What are the physiologic changes that occur in the cardiopulmonary system that enable the newborn to make the transition from fetal circulation to normal circulation?
3. What is AV canal defect? What is complete AV canal defect?
4. What are the priority nursing assessments and interventions for the child with acute rheumatic fever?
1. List the typical risk factors in a patient’s current and past medical history that commonly
2. List the differences between the digestive tract of the pediatric patient and that of the older child or adult. Provide an example of these differences in the esophagus, stomach, intestines, and biliary system.
3. What are the key nursing implications for a cleansing enema for fecal impaction or severe constipation?
4. What are the most common causes of viral and parasitic acute infectious diarrhea in the United States?
5. Is ulcerative colitis considered an acute or chronic disorder? Explain.
6. What are the 3 key points of nursing management for the child with diarrhea?
1. Explain why the infant or toddler is at increased risk for dehydration during times of fluid loss or decreased fluid intake.
2. The nurse is caring for a teenage girl who has had three urinary tract infections over an 18-month period. List the appropriate teaching recommendations for an adolescent
3. What are the key nursing implications with the use of corticosteroids for nephrotic syndrome?
4. What are four risk factors for VUR?
1. Explain the use, indications, and nursing implications for orthotics and braces.
2. List the differences between the neurologic and musculoskeletal systems of an infant or toddler versus those of the older child or adult. Explain the potential impact of these differences.
3. What are the key nursing implications for MRI?
4. List four common causes associated with postnatal development of cerebral palsy.