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Unformatted text preview: maintaining adequate nutrition are not priority care for an infant with eczema. Antibiotic ointment should be applied only for treatment of a secondary infection as ordered by a physician. 362. Juvenile Idiopathis Arthritis (JIA) JIA is twice as likely to occur in girls than in boys. Options 1, 2, and 4 are accurate statements regarding this disorder. 363. Med Cal 364. Aspirin Overdose The client who has aspirin toxicity will present with metabolic acidosis with respiratory compensation as seen when the pH is below 7.35 mm Hg, and the HCO3í is below 22 mEq/L. The pH is indicative of the acid-base imbalance. In this case, the pH is acidotic and the HCO3í is decreased, thus indicating metabolic acidosis. The PCO2 is alkalotic, indicating partial compensation. 365. Appendicitis A client with appendicitis is more comfortable when lying in what is traditionally known as the fetal position, with the legs drawn up toward the chest. This flexed positioning assists in decreasing the pain that comes with appendicitis...
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