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small amounts of fruits and vegetables in addition to breastfeeding. To ensure that the infant getsadequate amounts of iron, what will the nurse practitioner recommend?A.Elemental iron supplementation of 1 mg/kg/day until cereals are addedCorrectBBBBB.Elemental iron supplementation of 3 mg/kg/day for the duration of breastfeedingCCCCC.Monitoring the infant’s hemoglobin and hematocrit at every well-babycheckupDDDDD.Offering iron-fortified formula to ensure adequate iron intake6.The primary care pediatric nurse practitioner reviews hematology reports on achild with beta-thalassemia minor and notes an Hgb level of 8 g/dL. What will thenurse practitionerdo?LLLL.Evaluate serum ferritin.CorrectMMMM.Order Hgb electrophoresis.NNNN.Prescribe supplemental iron.OOOO.Refer for RBC transfusions.7.The primary care pediatric nurse practitioner sees a 12-month-old infant who isbeing fed goat’s milk and a vegetarian diet. The child is pale and has abeefy-red, sore tongue and oral mucous membranes. Which tests will the nursepractitioner order to evaluate this child’s condition?A.Hemoglobin electrophoresisB.RBC folate, iron, and B12 levelsCorrectTTTT.Reticulocyte levelsUUUU.Serum lead levels8.A toddler who presents with anemia and reticulocytopenia has a history of agradual decrease in energy and increase in pallor beginning after a recent viralinfection. How willthe primary care pediatric nurse practitioner treat this child?GGGGG.Closely observe the child’s symptoms and lab values.CorrectHHHHH.Consult with a pediatric hematologist.IIIII.Prescribe supplemental iron for 4 to 6 months.JJJJJ.Refer for transfusions to correct the anemia.9.The pediatric nurse practitioner provides primary care for a 30-month-old childID:ID:ID:ID:
who has sickle cell anemia who has had one dose of 23-valent pneumococcal vaccine. Which is anappropriate action for health maintenance in this child?RRRRR.Administer an initial meningococcal vaccine.CorrectSSSSS.Begin folic acid dietary supplementation.
YYYY.Decrease the dose of penicillin V prophylaxis.ZZZZ.Give a second dose of 23-valent pneumococcal vaccine.10.A 2-year-old child who has SCA comes to the clinic with a cough and a fever of101.5°C. The child currently takes penicillin V prophylaxis 125 mg orally twicedaily. What will theprimary care pediatric nurse practitioner do?ZZZ.Admit the child to the hospital to evaluate for sepsis.CorrectAAAA.Give intravenous fluids and antibiotics in clinic.BBBB.Increase the penicillin V dose to 250 mg.CCCC.Order a chest radiograph to rule out pneumonia.11.A school-age child comes to the clinic for evaluation of excessive bruising. Theprimary care pediatric nurse practitioner notes a history of an upper respiratory infection 2 weeksprior. The physical exam is negative for hepatosplenomegaly and lymphadenopathy.

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