Peds study guide 2

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Peds study guide 2 Childrens skin is 4mm compaired to adult skin at 2mm As the infant grows skin is less hydrated and they become less sussectable to infection Skin is 4% of body weight For the first 6 months babies should be keep completely out of the sun due to decreased melanin which increases with age. P 1257 how to describe lesions Poison ivy ,oak, and sumac exposure - Wash child with cool water with in 30 minuts of exposure is 50% effective in treating - May not react with first or second contact. - Sever reactions need corticosteroid treatment - May take 2 days to show up - Wash clothing seperatly Pediculosis = headlice - Live 72 hours no host - Can’t fly no wings - Life span 30 days - Nits take 8 to 10 days to hatch - Look like a tear drop - Feed on human blood several times a day - Look at p 1280 for home remedies - Non washable items should be placed in a plastic bag for 2 weeks Scabies - Highly contagious - Takes 45 minutes for the nit to get in the skin - Not transient- most contagious to direct 45 minute contact – family or sleep in the same bed
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This note was uploaded on 12/02/2010 for the course NUR 000 taught by Professor Online during the Fall '09 term at Michigan Flint.

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