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A nurse is providing information on drowning prevention to the parents of a toddler. What information should be discussed?Learn cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Parents and child care providers should know CPR.Supervise. Never leave children unsupervised near a pool, hot tub or natural body of water. During gatherings, adults who know how to swim can take turns being the "designated watcher,"who isn't distracted. Children under age 4 should be supervised at arm's length, even if they can swim. Don't rely on air-filled or foam toys, such as water wings, noodles or inner tubes, to keep children safe.Teach children to swim. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, most children age 4 and older can learn to swim. Children ages 1 to 4 might be able to learn depending on their physical and emotional development. Swimming lessons, however, don't necessarily prevent drowning and aren't a substitute for adult supervision.What are clinical manifestations a child may exhibit with a diagnosis of a brain tumor?