An 18 month old is admitted with acute when assessing

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17. An 18 month-old is admitted with acute laryngotracheobronchitis. When assessing the respiratory status, the nurse should expect to find: A. Inspiratory stridor and harsh cough.B. Strident cough and drooling.C. Wheezing and intercostal retractions.D. Expiratory wheezing and nonproductive cough. 18. The school nurse is assessing an elementary student with hemophilia who fell during recess. Which symptoms indicate hemarthrosis? 19. A four year old is admitted for the treatment of kawasaki’s disease. The medication commonly prescribed for thetreatment of kawasaki’s disease is: 20. A 10-year old child with asthma is treated for acute exacerbation in the emergency department. The nurse caringfor the child should monitor for which sign that indicates a worsening of the condition?
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C. Pulse rate of 90/beats/minute. D. Respirations of 18 breaths/minute 21. The emergency department nurse is caring for a child diagnosed with epiglottitis. In assessing the child, the nurse should monitor for which indication that the child may be experiencing airway obstructions? A. The child exhibits nasal flaring and bradycardia.B. The child is leaning forward, with the chin thrust out.C. The child has a low-grade fever and complains of a sore throat.D. The child is leaning backward, supporting himself or herself with the hands and arms. 22. The nurse is monitoring an infant with congenital heart disease closely for signs of heart failure. The nurse shouldassess the infant for which early sign of HF? 23. The nurse reviews the laboratory results for a child with a suspected diagnosis of rheumatic fever, knowing that which laboratory study would assist in confirming the diagnosis? 24. On assessment of a child admitted with a diagnosis of acute stage Kawasaki disease, the nurse’ expects to note which clinical manifestation of the acute stage of the disease? 25. The clinic nurse reviews the record of a child just seen by a health care provider and diagnosed withsuspected aortic stenosis. The nurse expects to note documentation of which clinical manifestationspecifically found in this disorder? A. PallorB. hyperactivityC. exercise intoleranceD. Gastrointestinal disturbances
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