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blood glucose at the time the test was done. A fasting blood glucose test performed on the day of the clinic visit is time-limited in
its scope, as is the dietary history.
283. Diabetes Blood glucose levels are a measure of the balance between diet, medication, and exercise. Options 2 and 4 imply that
the data analyzed are abnormal. The question presents no data for determining growth and development status, such as height,
weight, age, or behavior. Supporting normal growth and development is an important goal in managing diabetes in children, but
that is not what is being evaluated here.
284. Celiac Disease The primary nursing consideration in the care of a child with celiac disease is to instruct the child and parents
regarding proper dietary management. Although medications may be prescribed for the client with celiac disease, treatment
focuses primarily on maintaining a gluten-free diet. Options 1, 3, and 4 are not directly related to the care of a child with celiac
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