37.The Norwood procedure is used to correct: 1.Transposition of the great vessels.2.Hypoplastic left heart syndrome.3.Tetralogy of Fallot (TOF).4.Patent ductus arteriosus (PDA). 38.A child has a Glasgow Coma Scale of 3, HR of 88 beats per minute and regular, respiratory rate of 22, BP of 78/52, and blood sugar of 35 mg/dL. The nurse asks the caregiver about accidental ingestion of which drug? 39.Exposure to which illness should be a cause to discontinue therapy and substitute dipyri-damole (Persantine) in a child receiving aspirin therapy for Kawasaki disease (KD)? 40.The nurse is caring for an 8-year-old girl whose parents indicate she has developedspastic movements of her extremities and trunk, facial grimace, and speech distur-bances. They state it seems worse when she is anxious and does not occur whilesleeping. The nurse questions the parents about which recent illness? 41.The most common cardiac dysrhythmia in pediatrics is: 1.Ventricular tachycardia.2.Sinus bradycardia.3.Supraventricular tachycardia.4.First-degree heart block. 42.A nursing action that promotes ideal nutrition in an infant with congestive heart failure (CHF) is: 43.An 18-month-old with a myelomeningocele is undergoing a cardiac catheterization.The mother expresses concern about the use of dye in the procedure. The child doesnot have any allergies. In addition to the concern for an iodine allergy, what other allergy should the nurse bring to the attention of the catheterization staff? 102 P EDIATRIC S UCCESS
44.Treatment for congestive heart failure (CHF) in an infant began 3 days ago and hasincluded digoxin and furosemide. The child no longer has retractions, lungs are clear ,and HR is 96 beats per minute while the child sleeps. The nurse is confident that thechild has diuresed successfully and has good renal perfusion when the nurse notes thechild’s urine output is:
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