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a.Vital signs q4h ---monitor for infectionb.Clear liquids; advance to regular toddler dietc.Methylprednisolone (Solu-Medrol) 2.3 mg IV q8h × 3 dosesd.Acetaminophen (Tylenol) 210 mg (15 mg/kg) PO q4h prn for pain---given for paine.Home prescription for amoxicillin (Amoxil) 120 mg PO q8hf.Maintain peripheral IV with D51⁄2NS at 50 mL/hr; saline lock when taking PO wellg.Aggressively gargle and swish with water after eating or drinking
10.State at least two nursing interventions for each of these commonly encountered nursingproblems during the postoperative phase of care.
11.C. is able to verbalize discomfort to you and her mother. Which of these pain rating scaleswould be most appropriate?
12.You are reviewing discharge instructions with C.'s mother, she asks, “How would I know ifwe need to come back?” Discuss common findings and when C.'s mother would need to seekimmediate medical attention for C.E.
Case Study OutcomeC.'s mother indicates an understanding of discharge instructions and follow-up care. C.E. continues totake oral fluids well and meets discharge criteria and is discharged to home to follow up with the ENTphysician in 2 weeks.
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