NURS 341: Study Guide for Exam 2
Hx of severe punishment as a child
Difficulty controlling anger, stress of substance abuse
Isolated with few social
1. The mother of a 4-year-old health clinic patient asks the nurse about night terrors.
Which statement by the mother reveals a need for further teaching? Select all that
A He will grow out of this stage when he is a little older.
EXAM 2 POSSIBLE TEST QUESTIONS
1. Which of the following are the considered as the type of
neglects? Select all that apply.
a. Physical neglect
b. Emotional neglect
c. Personal hatred
d. Emotional abuse
e. Psychological maltreatment
Answers are a, b,d,e
Math Test Practice Problems # 1
1. Converting units in the metric system
1. 400 mg ampicillin = _ gm
2. digoxin 520 mcg PO stat = _ mg
3. an infant weighs 3,400 gms. How much is this in kg?
4. an infant weighs 2.5 kg. How much is this in grams?
5. 1000 ml
Math Test Practice Problems # 2
1. Pediatric IV daily fluid maintenance, using formula:
For the first 10 kg of body wt = 100 ml/kg
For the next 10 kg of body wt = 50 ml/kg
For each kg above 20 kg of body wt = 20 ml/kg
1. A child with gastroenteritis is
Study Guide: Pediatrics Exam 1
Use this guide for Exam 1 (50 questions)
Introduction to Pediatric Nursing
Mortality and morbidity in children
Principles and philosophies of pediatric care
Pediatric nursing roles
Health Problems at Develo
Review Exam III
Musculoskeletal (23 questions)
Osteoarthritis Degenerative joint disease
It is the progressive degeneration and loss of cartilage in one or more joints (articular
o Risk factors for osteoarthritis
Study Guide #12 Edelman CH 24 & Grodner CH 10
HP CH 24:
1. List the challenges to promoting health in the older adult population.
The misconceptions about the benefits of disease prevention and health promotion.
The difficulty of separating the normal c
Chapter 3: Antenatal Assessment and High Risk Delivery
1. A pregnant woman has been diagnosed with pregestational diabetes. Which of the following
risk factors should the therapist be aware at the time of delivery?
Chapter 11: Aerosols and Administration of Medication
1. When administering aerosol therapy to a pediatric patient, which of the following conditions
can affect aerosol deposition?
I. Airway diameter
II. Respiratory rate
Chapter 13: Airway Management
1. Which of the following criteria are used to define ventilatory and hypoxemic dysfunction in
patients who may need intubation?
I. PaO2 < 80 mm Hg with FiO2 > 0.60
II. PaCO2 > 50-60 mm Hg
III. pH <
Chapter 9: Noninvasive Monitoring in Neonatal and Pediatric Care
1. What clinical parameter is critically important to monitor when mechanical ventilation is
Chapter 28: Cystic Fibrosis
1. What are the primary characteristics of cystic fibrosis?
I. Chronic obstruction and inflammation of the airways
II. Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency
III. Malabsorption and small bowel obstruction
Chapter 21: Thoracic Organ Transplantation
1. What typically makes lungs unsuitable for donation?
a. Pulmonary edema
b. Platelike atelectasis
c. Tracheal tear
Lungs are frequently infected and/or atelectatic
Chapter 15: Non-invasive Mechanical Ventilation and Continuous Positive Pressure of
1. Which of the following therapeutic interventions would be appropriate for a neonate with a
respiratory rate of 65 breaths/minute w
Chapter 4: Exam and Assessment of the Neonatal and Pediatric Patient
1. What measures can the therapist take to prevent heat loss and cold stress before performing
resuscitation on a preterm neonate?
I. Dry the infants skin.
Chapter 30: Shock, Sepsis and Anaphylaxis
1. A 7-year-old patient with insulin-dependent diabetes is evaluated in the emergency department
due to ketoacidosis. What type of shock is most commonly associated with diabetic
Chapter 31: Pediatric Trauma
1. Which of the following anatomic considerations in children are important to better understand
trauma in this age group?
I. Children have less body fat.
II. Children have a small surface area relati
Chapter 2: Fetal Gas Exchange and Circulation
1. Which of the following embryonic germ layers gives formation to the respiratory system?
The respiratory systempharynx, lungs,
Chapter 6: Radiographic Assessment
1. What type of X-ray view is obtained when the radiographic plate is placed behind the patients
back with the x, and the side up may better define _.
Chapter 26: Pediatric Airway Disorders and Pulmonary Infections
1. Relative to an adults larynx, where is an infants larynx situated?
The epiglottis is long, floppy, and angled away from the
Chapter 18: Administration of Gas Mixtures
1. Vascular smooth muscle is largely dependent on which of the following
Current understanding suggests that vascular smooth muscl
Chapter 7: Bronchoscopy
1. Which of the following clinical signs receives the highest diagnostic yield in the neonatal
population for flexible bronchoscopy?
Discoid atelectasis on chest X-ray
Increased airway sec
Chapter 12: Airway Clearance Techniques and Lung Volume Expansion
1. What are the main components of the traditional airway clearance techniques?
I. Palpation of the chest wall
II. Postural drainage
Chapter 8: Invasive Blood Gas Analysis and Monitoring
1. A respiratory therapist has been ordered to obtain a blood gas sample from a nonintubated
premature baby. After selecting the best site to obtain the sample, what should th
Chapter 19: Extracorporeal Life Support
1. Which of the following groups of patients has the best overall survival when treated with
Neonates with respiratory support
Pediatric patients with cardiac support
Neonates with ca
Chapter 10: Oxygen Administration
1. In which of the following conditions is the oxygen-carrying capacity reduced despite the
presence of a normal arterial oxygen tension?
Carbon monoxide poisoning