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5. This is correct. Skin that is pale, mottled, or gray in appearance indicates poor perfusion. PTS: 1 CON: Perfusion 15. ANS: 1, 2, 5 Chapter: Chapter 12 Cardiovascular Disorders Copyright © 2019 F. A. Davis Company
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Chapter Learning Objectives: 4. Identify the nursing interventions necessary to educate the caregiver to care for a child with cardiovascular disease. Page: 238 Heading: Congenital Heart Disease With Mixed Disorders > Hypoplastic Left Heart Integrated Processes: Nursing Process Client Need: Physiological Integrity: Reduction of Risk Potential Cognitive Level: Application [Applying] Concept: Perfusion Difficulty: Difficult Feedback 1. This is correct. The hypoplastic left heart is the second most common congenital heart defect, caused by underdevelopment of the left side of the heart, aorta, aortic valve, left ventricle, and mitral valve. 2. This is correct. The nurse is correct in providing information about the normal functioning of the left side of the heart to clarify the existing condition. 3. This is incorrect. The nurse needs to provide the parents with information about the severity of the condition. The nurse anticipates possible transport out of the facility for heart transplant. 4. This is incorrect. The neonate will require clinical and medication management for life. 5. This is correct. Symptoms appear when the PDA closes; the condition is usually fatal within the first days or months of life unless treated. It is appropriate for the nurse to describe the surgery in terms the parents can understand. PTS: 1 CON: Perfusion 16. ANS: 1, 2, 4, 5 Chapter: Chapter 12 Cardiovascular Disorders Chapter Learning Objective: 4. Identify the nursing interventions necessary to educate the caregiver. Page: 239 Heading: Acquired Congenital Heart Disease > Cardiomyopathy > Caregiver Education Integrated Processes: Teaching and Learning Client Need: Physiological Integrity: Reduction of Risk Potential Cognitive Level: Synthesis [Creating] Concept: Patient-Centered Care Difficulty: Difficult Feedback 1. This is correct. The nurse will provide teaching about the intensive care necessary for a child with this life-threatening condition. 2. This is correct. The patient with cardiomyopathy has a possible terminal status. The nurse will prepare the parents for expected anticipatory grieving, which is expected with this life-threatening condition. Copyright © 2019 F. A. Davis Company
3. This is incorrect. The nurse will provide teaching about the activity restrictions to prevent overstimulation of the heart. 4. This is correct. The nurse will instruct the parents to allow the child to discuss feelings concerning the restriction of activity in the previously active child. 5. This is correct. The parents need to understand that frequent echocardiograms will be required to monitor the size and function of the heart.

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