A Do not be concerned it is common for children to have a decreased appetite

A do not be concerned it is common for children to

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A.“Do not be concerned; it is common for children to have a decreased appetite during a respiratory illness.”B.“Be sure your child is taking an adequate amount of fluids. The appetite should return soon.”C.“Try offering the child some favorite food. Maybe that will improve the appetite.”D.“You need to force your child to eat whatever you can; adequate nutrition is essential.”
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A school-age child has been diagnosed with nasopharyngitis. The parent is concerned because the child has had little or no appetite for the last 24 hours. Which is the nurse’s best response?A.“Do not be concerned; it is common for children to have a decreased appetite during a respiratory illness.”B.“Be sure your child is taking an adequate amount of fluids. The appetite should return soon.”C.“Try offering the child some favorite food. Maybe that will improve the appetite.”D.“You need to force your child to eat whatever you can; adequate nutrition is essential.”
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Which of the following should be included in patient education for a patient newly diagnosed with asthma? Select all that apply. A.A peak expiratory flow meter should be checked three times, and the average of the three scores should be recordedB.A rescue inhaler should be with you at all all timesC.Take your corticosteroid/LABA diskus during an acute asthma attack D.Avoid smoke, pollen, and cold air.E.Check with your healthcare provider before using any over-the-counter medications.
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Which of the following should be included in patient education for a patient newly diagnosed with asthma? Select all that apply. A.A peak expiratory flow meter should be checked three times, and the average of the three scores should be recordedB.A rescue inhaler should be with you at all all timesC.Take your corticosteroid/LABA diskus during an acute asthma attack D.Avoid smoke, pollen, and cold air.E.Check with your healthcare provider before using any over-the-counter medications.
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Which of the following are characteristics of Cystic Fibrosis? (Select all that apply.) A.A decrease in Chloride and Sodium in the sweatB.An increased risk for dehydration C.Thickened mucus that obstructs organs such as the pancreas, lungs, liver, and reproductive organsD.Rapid Growth E.Clubbing of the fingers and toes F.Patient will live an average lifespan of 50-60 years
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Which of the following are characteristics of Cystic Fibrosis? (Select all that apply.) A.A decrease in Chloride and Sodium in the sweatB.An increased risk for dehydration C.Thickened mucus that obstructs organs such as the pancreas, lungs, liver, and reproductive organsD.Rapid Growth E.Clubbing of the fingers and toes F.Patient will live an average lifespan of 50-60 years
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A 10 year old Cystic Fibrosis patient comes to the hospital for breathing issues and pancreatic insufficiency. Which treatment options should the nurse expect for this patient? (Select all that apply)A.Chest Physiotherapy B. AntibioticsC.Fluid restrictionD.Administering pancreatic enzymes between mealsE.Glucose monitoring F.High protein diet with low calories
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