Study guide for Test 3 863

Study guide for Test 3 863 - Birth eat cry sleep(16-20hrs...

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Birth: eat, cry, sleep (16-20hrs), urinate, and defecate; hand will be closed in a tight fist 6 weeks: enough head control to lift head; hands relax and will begin to notice 3 months: well developed head control; starts babbling 4 months: bring things to mouth (start seeming OM and URI); Social smile, 5 months: roll over 8 months: starts height of stranger anxiety goes on till 14 months. 18 months: tantrums begin go through about 14 months Describe conscious sedation ““PCA pump also what age is it appropriate to start Describe using drugs for children with pain When is it okay for children to have asprin? What are the Principles of pain assessment? Prep. Techniques for Infants: Toddlers: Preschoolers
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Mild Moderate Severe Weight Loss 5% (<50ml/kg) 10% (50-90ml/kg) 15% infant; 10% child (> 100ml/kg) Skin Color Pale Gray Mottled; cool Skin turgor Normal Poor Tenting Mucous membranes Slightly dry, thirsty Very dry (sunken fontanels and eyes) Parched Urine output May be decreased Decreased Marked oliguria & azotemia B/P Normal Normal or lower Lowered Pulse Normal or increased Slightly increased Very rapid, thread Capillary refill < 2 seconds 2-3 seconds > 3 seconds Diagnostic Labs Sodium Potassium HGB HCT BUN Creatinine
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Specific gravity pH Ketones Time frame Types of play: At what age is pain felt?
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