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  1. Pediatric Nursing Quizzes Ana H. Corona, MSN, FNP-C Nursing Instructor December 2007 Quiz Central, NCLEX PN 2006

  2. 1 A first time mother asks you about the correct age for introducing solids in her healthy infant’s diet. What would you tell her? Your answer: • 4-6 months • 6-8 months • 2- 4 months • 8-9 months

  3. 2 • The recommended age to introduce low-fat milk into children’s diet is: • 9 months • 6 months • 12 months • 15 months • 24 months

  4. 3 • All of the following are appropriate anticipatory guidance items for a parent of a 3- year- old EXCEPT: • The child should not be given whole hot dogs. • The child should be allowed to eat unsupervised only if he or she is sitting • The child should be taught to avoid stuffing excessive amount of food into • The child should be taught to eat sitting down.

  5. 4 • At what age the introduction of fresh cow’s milk is recommended?: • 4 months • 9 months • 6 months • 12 months • 15 months

  6. 5 • A three day-old term infant borne at home, breast- fed exclusively, presented to the ED with lethargy, bulging fontanel, and bright red blood from rectum. What is the most likely etiology of his disease? • Iron Deficiency. • Fluoride deficiency. • Ca deficiency. • Vitamin K deficiency.

  7. 6 • What is the appropriate 24 hours fluid maintenance for a 16- months old with body- weight of 12 kg? • 800 cc • 1100 cc • 450 cc • 1500 cc

  8. 7 • In which of the following conditions a special formula should be considered? • Post gastroenteritis malabsorption syndrome. • Fat malabsorption. • Cholestatic liver disease. • Cow’s milk enteropathy. • All the above.

  9. 8 • Which of the following special infant formulas has the highest content of mediumchain triglycerides (MCT): • Portagen • Neocate infant. • Alimentum. • Pregestimil.

  10. 9 • Which of the following can the parents use to assess the adequacy of the infants’nutrition? • Adequate weight gain. • Good urine output • Calories count. • All the above.

  11. Answers 1) A first time mother asks you about the correct age for introducing solids in her healthy infants diet. What would you tell her? Correct Answer: 4-6 months2) The recommended age to introduce low-fat milk into children’s diet is: Correct Answer: 24 months3) All of the following are appropriate anticipatory guidance items for a parent of a 3- year- old EXCEPT: Correct Answer: The child should be taught to avoid stuffing excessive amount of food into4) At what age the introduction of fresh cows milk is recommended? Correct Answer: 12 months5) A three day-old term infant borne at home, breast- fed exclusively, presented to the ED with lethargy, bulging fontanel, and bright red blood from rectum. What is the most likely etiology of his disease? Correct Answer: Vitamin K deficiency.6) What is the appropriate 24 hours fluid maintenance for a 16- months old with body- weight of 12 kg? Correct Answer: 1100 cc7) In which of the following conditions a special formula should be considered? Correct Answer: All the above.8) Which of the following special infant formulas has the highest content of medium chain triglycerides (MCT): Correct Answer: Portagen9) Which of the following can the parents use to assess the adequacy of the infants nutrition? Correct Answer: All the above.

  12. Question 1 • All of the following are true except: • Most hydroceles are right sided • Hydroceles can be reduced with steady, firm pressure • Hydroceles are more common in the prepubertal male • Hydroceles result from fluid accumulation within the tunica vaginalis

  13. Answer 1 • All of the following are true except: Correct Answer: Hydroceles can be reduced with steady, firm pressure.

  14. Question 2 • What percentage of newborns have full retractable foreskins: • 70% • 4% • 24% • 94%

  15. Answer 2 • What percentage of newborns have full retractable foreskins: Correct Answer: 4%