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Page 28syndrome may be involved. Home schooling does not indicate the presence ofvulnerable child syndrome.abirb.com/test
Page 1Chapter 35Format:Multiple ChoiceClient Needs:Physiological Integrity: Pharmacological and Parenteral TherapiesCognitive Level:ApplyIntegrated Process:Nursing ProcessPage and Header: 1216, Oral Administration1.The nurse caring for a 6-year-old client enters the room to administer an oralmedication in the form of a pill. The dad at the bedside looks at the pill and tells thenurse that his daughter has a hard time swallowing pills. What is thebestresponseby the nurse?A) Ask the child to try swallowing the pill and offer a choice of drinks to takewith it.B) Crush the pill and add it to applesauce.C) Request that the healthcare provider prescribe the medication in liquidform.D) Call the pharmacy and ask if the pill can be crushed.Ans: DFeedback:The father is the best source of knowledge on medication administration for the child.The pharmacy should be called to determine if the pill might be crushed. Asking thechild to try swallowing the pill disregards the information the father has just given.Requesting that the healthcare provider order the medication in liquid form is notnecessary at this point.abirb.com/test
Page 2Format:Multiple SelectClient Needs:Physiological Integrity: Pharmacological and Parenteral TherapiesCognitive Level:UnderstandIntegrated Process:Nursing ProcessPage and Header: 1213, Medication Administration, Box 35.12.The nurse is administering acetaminophen PRN to a 9-year-old child on thepediatric ward of the hospital. Which answers reflect nursing actions that follow therules of the rights of pediatric medication administration? Select all that apply.A) The nurse identifies the child by checking the name on the child's chart.B) The nurse makes sure the medication is given within the hour of the orderedtime.C) The nurse checks the documented time of the last dosage administered.D) The nurse calculates the dosage according to the child's weight.E) The nurse explains the therapeutic effects of the medication to the child andparents.F) The nurse administers the medication even though the child is adamantabout not taking it.Ans: C, D, EFeedback:Following the “right patient” rule, the nurse checks the documented time of the lastdosage administered. For the “right dose,” the nurse calculates the dosage accordingto the child's weight. For the “right to be educated,” the nurse explains thetherapeutic effects of the medication to the child and parents. To ensure the “rightpatient,” the nurse confirms the child's identity and then checks with the caregiversfor further identification. To administer at the “right time,” the nurse gives theabirb.com/test

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