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Unformatted text preview: Additionally, the mother should be advised to avoid taking oral temperatures. A short
nipple should be placed on the child¶s bottle and the mother should be instructed to give the child baby food or baby food mixed
with water. A pacifier should not be used for at least 2 weeks following the surgical repair.
264. Pyloric Stenosis Option 3 are classic symptoms of pyloric stenosis. Crying during the evening hours, appearing to be in pain,
eating well, and gaining weight are clinical manifestations of colic. An infant who suddenly becomes pale, cries out, and draws
the legs up to chest is demonstrating physical signs of intussusception. Stools that are ribbon-like and eating poorly are signs of
congenital megacolon (Hirschsprung¶s disease). 18 265. Erikson's Development A 2½-year-old child, a toddler, is in the Autonomy versus Shame and Doubt stage. In this stage, the
toddler develops a sense of control over the self and bodily functions. Trust versus Mistrust characterizes the stage of infancy.
Initiative versus Guil...
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