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____ 6. The nurse is providing care for a pediatric patient whose family culture is Hispanic. Which action is best when the nurse notices the patient is eating poorly at meals and rejecting snacks? 1. Ask the family members to share the types of foods preferred by the patient. 2. Encourage the family to prepare and bring favorite foods to the patient. 3. Offer the patient a variety of healthy and nutritious foods every 2 hours. 4. Contact the health-care provider and ask that dietary supplements be ordered.
____ 7. The nurse is attempting to collect information from the parents of a critically ill child brought to the emergency department. The parents are from a different country, and English is their second language. The child’s father suddenly shouts, “I cannot talk with you, care for my child now!” Which response by the nurse is correct?
____ 8. The nurse is admitting a 15-year-old girl of Asian descent for abdominal pain lasting 3 days. The accompanying parent reports that the patient is exhibiting intense pain, vomiting, and diarrhea. The nurse notes that the patient places her pain level at 3 on a scale of 0 to 10. Which conclusion does the nurse draw regarding the discrepancy in the level of pain?
____ 9. The nurse is completing the admission process for a pediatric patient by obtaining information related to the patient’s culture. Which area of assessment is most important if the patient is an infant?
____ 10. A child who is 10 years of age is brought to the clinic with symptoms of a serious lower respiratory infection. The attending adult self-identifies as a grandparent. The child states the grandparent is the only family of the patient. Which is the most important information for the nurse to acquire prior to treatment? 1. How to reach one of the patient’s parents 2. Which other family members live with the patient 3. If the grandparent has legal custody of the patient 4. What caused the grandparent to seek medical care
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____ 11. The nurse works in a neighborhood pediatric clinic that serves a multicultural population. The nurse uses the Giger and Davidhizar transcultural assessment model. Which of the six aspects is most helpful when performing pediatric assessments?

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