51. Common signs of severe dehydration in an infant include all of the following, EXCEPT:A. sunken eyes and anterior fontanel.B. slowed or decreased level of activity.C. markedly delayed capillary refill time.D. heart rate greater than 160 beats/min.Ans: BQuestion Type: General KnowledgePage: 97752. Most seizures in children:14
c11a9452e424781d06c0c0eac2f14f43c4ed0e0d.rtf53. Children younger than ____ year(s) of age should always be in a rear-facing car seat when being transported.54. When immobilizing an injured child in a pediatric immobilization device, you should:55. Early signs of respiratory distress in the child include:A. cyanosis.B. bradycardia.C. restlessness.D. decreased LOC.Ans: CQuestion Type: General KnowledgePage: 975–97615
c11a9452e424781d06c0c0eac2f14f43c4ed0e0d.rtf56. A child who has no recent history of illness suddenly appears cyanotic and cannot speak after playing with a small toy. You should:57. A 6-year-old male presents with acute respiratory distress. His mother states that she saw him put a small toy into his mouth shortly before the episode began. The child is conscious, obviously frightened, and is coughing forcefully. You should:58. You are dispatched to a local elementary school for an injured child. As you approach the child, you note that he is lying at the base of the monkey bars. He is not moving and does not appear to be conscious or breathing. You should:59. A 2-year-old female fell from a second-story window and landed on her head. She is unconscious, has slow and shallow respirations, and a heart rate of 90 beats/min. In addition to spinal immobilization, you should:A. assist ventilations, begin chest compressions, and transport.B. insert a nasal airway, assist ventilations, and transport rapidly. 16
c11a9452e424781d06c0c0eac2f14f43c4ed0e0d.rtfC. apply a nonrebreathing mask and transport to a trauma center.D. insert an oral airway, assist ventilations, and transport rapidly.Ans: DQuestion Type: Critical ThinkingPage: 952, 956
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