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A 12-month-old child presents to the clinic for awell visit after missing several appointments.The child began her immunization schedule buthas missed several follow-up appointments anddoses of immunizations. What is the mostappropriate nursing intervention?What disease would require strict isolation of thepatient?neonate would indicate the need for furtherevaluation?An important role of the nurse in ambulatorysettings and schools is the identification ofcommunicable diseases for treatment and theprevention of spread. What is an importantcomponent related to the first period of thecontagiousness of disease?in assessing the anterior fontanel of a neonate?What vaccinations are included in healthpromotion during infancy?(Select all thatapply.)Haemophilus influenzaetype b (Hib)Diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis (DTaP)PoliovirusHepatitis B virus (HBV)The Hib conjugate vaccine protects an infantagainst what diseases?(Select all that apply.)Bacterial meningitisEpiglottitisBacterial pneumoniaSeptic arthritisSepsisWhat is the most critical physiologic changerequired of newborns at birth?Transition from fetal to neonatal breathingNeonates are predisposed to problems withthermoregulation because of what factor?A large body surface area favors heat loss tothe environment.and delivers a constant amount of medicationto control pain.What tools would be most useful to assessmaternal and newborn attachment behaviors?Training) Feeding ScaleThe nurse is assessing a 3-day-old breastfednewborn who weighed 3400 g (7 pounds, 8 oz)at birth. The infant’s mother is now concernedbecause the infant weighs 3147 g (6 pounds, 15oz). The most appropriate nursing intervention iswhat?Where would nonpathologic cyanosis normallybe present in the newborn shortly after birth?What findings on physical assessment of aneonate would indicate the need for furtherevaluation?What findings would the nurse consider normalin assessing the anterior fontanel of a neonate?The nurse is using a bulb syringe to suction aneonate after delivery. What is an importantconsideration?

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Fazylova, Israilova
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