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The idea that one forms about one's body:

a) self concept
b) body image
c) self regulation
d) self esteem
b) body image
The mental idea that one has of the self:

a) self concept
b) body image
c) self regulation
d) self esteem
a) self concept

School age is an important period in the development of one's self concept
The imitation of the behavior of someone else:

a) self concept
b) modeling
c) self regulation
d) self esteem
b) modeling
Frightening dreams that awaken the child who is often crying &/or upset.

a) nightmares
b) night terrors
a) nightmares
The child is not fully awake, may appear disoriented, cries out & appears frightened but has no recollection of these events the next morning is experiencing:

a) nightmares
b) night terrors
b) night terrors
The process of dealing w/feelings, learning to soothe self, & focusing in activities for increasing periods of time:

a) individualized approach
b) self esteem
c) modeling
d) self regulation
d) self regulation
Teaching a family how to provide an environment to assist in meeting the milestones of the stages:

a) health promotion
b) health maintenece
c) anticipatory guidance
d) health supervision
c) anticipatory guidance
A state of complete physical, mental, & social well-being & not merely the absence of disease & infirmity:

a) confidence
b) self esteem
c) self concept
d) health
d) health
Activities that preserve an individual’s present state of health & that prevent disease or injury occurrence:

a) Health Maintenance
b) Health Promotion
c) Health Supervision
d) Individualized Approach
a) Health Maintenance

Activities such as:
•DDST
•Immunizations
•Teaching common childhood safety hazards
•Health maintenance activities
Activities that increase well-being & enhance wellness or health:

a) Health Maintenance
b) Health Promotion
c) Health Supervision
d) Individualized Approach
b) Health Promotion

Activities such as:
•Good nutrition
•Physical activities
•Adequate housing
•Oral health
•Personality development
Services that focus on disease & injury prevention, growth & developmental surveillance, & health promotion at key intervals during the child’s life.

a) Health Maintenance
b) Health Promotion
c) Health Supervision
d) Individualized Approach
c) Health Supervision
Detects the possible presence of a health condition before symptoms are apparent:

a) Health Maintenance
b) Health Promotion
c) Health Supervision
d) Health Screening
d) Health Screening

a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease and infirmity.
Activities such as DDST's, Immunizations, Teaching common childhood safety hazards, are examples of:

a) Health Maintenance
b) Health Promotion
c) Health Supervision
d) Health Screening
a) Health Maintenance

activities that preserve an individual’s present state of health and that prevent disease or injury occurrence.
Activities such as Good nutrition, Physical activities, Adequate housing, Oral health, & Personality development are examples of:

a) Health Maintenance
b) Health Promotion
c) Health Supervision
d) Health Screening
b) Health Promotion

activities that increase well-being and enhance wellness or health.
Which of the following are examples of activities that preserve an individual’s present state of health & that prevent disease or injury occurrence:

a):
•DDST
•Immunizations
•Teaching common childhood safety hazards

b):
•Good nutrition
•Physical activities
•Adequate housing
•Oral health
•Personality development
a):
•DDST
•Immunizations
•Teaching common childhood safety hazards

HEALTH MAINTENANCE
Which of the following are examples of activities that increase well-being & enhance wellness or health:

a):
•DDST
•Immunizations
•Teaching common childhood safety hazards

b):
•Good nutrition
•Physical activities
•Adequate housing
•Oral health
•Personality development
b):
•Good nutrition
•Physical activities
•Adequate housing
•Oral health
•Personality development

HEALTH PROMOTION
A previously toilet trained child becomes incontinent when separated from parents during a hospitalization:

a) Repression
b) Regression
c) Rationalization
d) Fantasy
b) Regression

Return to an earlier behavior
AN abused child cannot consciously recall episodes of abuse:

a) Repression
b) Regression
c) Rationalization
d) Fantasy
a) Repression

Involontarily forgetting of uncomfortable situations
A child explains hitting another because :he took my toy."

a) Repression
b) Regression
c) Rationalization
d) Fantasy
c) Rationalization

An attempt to make unacceptable feelings acceptable
A hospitalized child who is weak pretends t be superman:

a) Repression
b) Regression
c) Rationalization
d) Fantasy
d) Fantasy

A creation of the mind to help deal with unacceptable fear
Derives pleasure largely from the mouth, w/sucking & eating as primary desires:

a) Oral
b) Anal
c) Phallic
d) Latency
e) Genital
Oral = birth to one year

ANAL 1-3yrs
pleasure is centered in the anal area w/control over body secretions as a prime force in behavior

PHALLIC 3-6yrs
sexual energy becomes centered in the genitalia as the child works out relationships w/parents of same & opposite sex

LATENCY 6-12 yrs
sexual energy is at rest in the passage between earlier stages & adolescence

GENITAL 12 yrs to Adulthood
mature sexuality is acheived as physical growth is completed & relationships w.others occur
Pleasure is centered in the anal area w/control over body secretions as a prime force in behavior:

a) ORAL
b) ANAL
c) PHALLIC
d) LATENCY
e) GENITAL
b) ANAL

ANAL 1-3yrs:
pleasure is centered in the anal area w/control over body secretions as a prime force in behavior

c) PHALLIC 3-6yrs
sexual energy becomes centered in the genitalia as the child works out relationships w/parents of same & opposite sex

d) LATENCY 6-12 yrs
sexual energy is at rest in the passage between earlier stages & adolescence

e)GENITAL 12 yrs to Adulthood
mature sexuality is acheived as physical growth is completed & relationships w/others occur
Sexual energy becomes centered in the genitalia as the child works out relationships w/parents of same & opposite sex:

a) ORAL
b) ANAL
c) PHALLIC
d) LATENCY
e) GENITAL
PHALLIC

PHALLIC 3-6yrs:
sexual energy becomes centered in the genitalia as the child works out relationships w/parents of same & opposite sex
Sexual energy is at rest in the passage between earlier stages & adolescence:

a) ORAL
b) ANAL
c) PHALLIC
d) LATENCY
e) GENITAL
d) LATENCY

LATENCY 6-12 yrs:
sexual energy is at rest in the passage between earlier stages & adolescence

e)GENITAL 12 yrs to Adulthood
mature sexuality is acheived as physical growth is completed & relationships w/others occur
Mature sexuality is acheived as physical growth is completed & relationships w/others occur:

a) ORAL
b) ANAL
c) PHALLIC
d) LATENCY
e) GENITAL
e) GENITAL

GENITAL 12 yrs to Adulthood:
mature sexuality is acheived as physical growth is completed & relationships w/others occur
Birth to 1 year:

a) trust vs. mistrust
b) autonomy vs. shame & doubt
c) Initiative vs Guilt
d) Industry vs. Inferiority
e) Identity vs. Role Confusion
a) trust vs. mistrust

BIRTH - 1yr:
Trust vs. mistrust
Sensorimotor stage
Oral stage
Toddler 1-3 yrs:

a) trust vs. mistrust
b) Autonomy vs. Shame & Doubt
c) Initiative vs Guilt
d) Industry vs. Inferiority
e) Identity vs. Role Confusion
b) autonomy vs. shame & doubt

TODDLER 1-3 YRS:
Autonomy vs. Shame & Doubt
increasingly independent

End of sensorimotor & beginning preoperational stage
shows increasing curiosity & explorative behavior.
Language skills develop

ANAL Stage
Preschooler 3-6 yrs:

a) trust vs. mistrust
b) autonomy vs. shame & doubt
c) Initiative vs Guilt
d) Industry vs. Inferiority
e) Identity vs. Role Confusion
c) Initiative vs Guilt

PRESCHOOLER 3-6 yrs:

Initiative vs Guilt
initiates play activities

Preoperational stage
is increasingly verbal but has some limitations in thought processes
may feel responsible for causing illness

PHALLIC
initially identifies w/parent of opposite sex but at end of stage identifies w/same sex parent
SCHOOL AGE 6-12 yrs:

a) trust vs. mistrust
b) autonomy vs. shame & doubt
c) Initiative vs Guilt
d) Industry vs. Inferiority
e) Identity vs. Role Confusion
d) Industry vs. Inferiority

gains sense of self worth from involvement in activities

Concrete operational stage
cable of mature thought when allowed to manipulate & see object

Latency
places importance on privacy & understanding the baby
Adolescnet 1-18 yrs:

a) trust vs. mistrust
b) autonomy vs. shame & doubt
c) Initiative vs Guilt
d) Industry vs. Inferiority
e) Identity vs. Role Confusion
e) Identity vs. Role Confusion

Identity vs. Role Confusion
search for self-identity leads to independence from parents & reliance on peers

Formal operational stage
capable of mature, abstract thought

GENITAL
focus is on genital fxn & relationships
Name at least 4 Components of Health Promotion/Health Maintenance?

Obs_ _ _ _t_ _n
G_ _ _th & _ _v_ _ _p_ _ _t
Su_ _ _ _ll_ _ _e
N_ _ _ _t_ _ n
P_y_ _ _ _ _ A_ _ i_ _ _ _
O_ _ _ H_ _ _ _ _
Me_ _ _ _ & S_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
D_ _e_ _ _ P_ _ _e_ _ _ _ _
S_ _ _ _ _ ing:
Im_ _ _ _ _ a_ _ _ _ S
V_ _ _ _ & H_ _ _ _ _ _
S_o_ i _ _ _
I_j_ _ y P_ _ _ _ _ t_ _ n
S_ _ _ _ y T_ _ _ _ _ ng
Observation
Growth & development Surveillance
Nutrition
Physical Activity
Oral Health
Mental & Spiritual Health
Disease Prevention

Screening:
Immunizations
Vision & hearing
Scoliosis
Injury Prevention
Safety teaching
Holds rattle when placed in hand & readily brings objects from the hand to mouth:

a) birth to 1 month
b) 2-4 months
c) 4-6 months
d) 6-8 months
b) 2-4 months

2-4 hold rattle
look & play w/fingers
objects hand to mouth
Gains 5-7 oz a week & grows 1/2 inch month & head circumference grows 1/2 month:

a) birth to 1 month
b) 2-4 months
c) birth-6 months
d) 6-8 months
c) birth-6 months
Posterior fontanelle closes:

a) birth to 1 month
b) 2-4 months
c) 4-6 months
d) 6-8 months
b) 2-4 months
Teeth begin to erupt:

a) birth to 1 month
b) 2-4 months
c) 4-6 months
d) 6-8 months
c) 4-6 months
Triples in birth weight:

a) 4-6 months
b) 6-8 months
c) 8-10 months
d) 10-12 months
d) 10-12 months
Head circumference quals chest circumference:

a) 4-6 months
b) 6-8 months
c) 8-10 months
d) 10-12 months
d) 10-12 months
Time when growth rate becomes slower:

a) 4-6 months
b) 6-8 months
c) 8-10 months
d) 10-12 months
b) 6-8 months
Time in infancy when teeth begin to erupt:

a) 4-6 months
b) 6-8 months
c) 8-10 months
d) 10-12 months
a) 4-6 months
Turns head to look for voices & sounds:

a) 0-1 months
b) 2-4 months
c) 4-6 months
d) 6-8 months
b) 2-4 months
Begins to turn from side-to-side & holds head up & supports weight on forearms:

a) 0-1 months
b) 2-4 months
c) 4-6 months
d) 6-8 months
b) 2-4 months
Holds bottle & pulls feet to mouth:

a) 0-1 months
b) 2-4 months
c) 4-6 months
d) 6-8 months
c) 4-6 months
Holds head steady when sitting & turns from back to stomach & back again:

a) 0-1 months
b) 2-4 months
c) 4-6 months
d) 6-8 months
c) 4-6 months
Supports much of own weight when held to stand & follows course of falling objects:

a) 0-1 months
b) 2-4 months
c) 4-6 months
d) 6-8 months
c) 4-6 months
Manipulates objects & uses palmar grasp:

a) 0-1 months
b) 2-4 months
c) 4-6 months
d) 6-8 months
c) 4-6 months
Bangs objects & recognizes own name:

a) 0-1 months
b) 2-4 months
c) 4-6 months
d) 6-8 months
d) 6-8 months
Bangs objects & uses pincer grasp:

a) 0-1 months
b) 2-4 months
c) 4-6 months
d) 6-8 months
d) 6-8 months
Sits alone w/out support & likes to bounce when held in standing position:

a) 0-1 months
b) 2-4 months
c) 4-6 months
d) 6-8 months
d) 6-8 months
Crawls or pulls whole body on floor using arms & creeps using hands & knees to keep trunk off of floor:

a) 4-6 months
b) 6-8 months
c) 8-10 months
d) 10-12 months
c) 8-10 months
Pulls self into standing position & recovers balance when sitting:

a) 4-6 months
b) 6-8 months
c) 8-10 months
d) 10-12 months
c) 8-10 months
Understands "No" & "cracker", says "mama" & "dada"

a) 4-6 months
b) 6-8 months
c) 8-10 months
d) 10-12 months
c) 8-10 months
Birth weight is tripled:

a) 4-6 months
b) 6-8 months
c) 8-10 months
d) 10-12 months
d) 10-12 months
May hold a crayon & mark on paper & places objects into containers through holes:

a) 4-6 months
b) 6-8 months
c) 8-10 months
d) 10-12 months
d) 10-12 months
Plays peek-a-boo, stands alone, & walks holding onto furniture:

a) 4-6 months
b) 6-8 months
c) 8-10 months
d) 10-12 months
d) 10-12 months
Prefers mobils, black & white patterns, music boxes & rocking:

a) birth to 3 months
b) 3-6 months
c) 6-9 months
d) 9-12 months
a) birth to 3 months
Prefers noise making objects that are easily grasped (rattles) & soft toys w/contrasting colors:

a) birth to 3 months
b) 3-6 months
c) 6-9 months
d) 9-12 months

a) birth to 3 months
b) 3-6 months
c) 6-9 months
d) 9-12 months
b) 3-6 months
Likes teething toys, social interaction, & soft toys that can be manipulated & mouthed:

a) birth to 3 months
b) 3-6 months
c) 6-9 months
d) 9-12 months
c) 6-9 months
Enjoys large blocks & toys that pop apart & go back together:

a) birth to 3 months
b) 3-6 months
c) 6-9 months
d) 9-12 months
) 9-12 months
Laughs at surprise toys like jack-in-the-box, plays peek-a-boo & uses push-&-pull toys:

a) birth to 3 months
b) 3-6 months
c) 6-9 months
d) 9-12 months
d) 9-12 months
Coos. babbles, & cries:

a) birth to 3 months
b) 3-6 months
c) 6-9 months
d) 9-12 months
a) birth to 3 months
Vocalizes during play, laughs, squeals & makes pleasure sounds:

a) birth to 3 months
b) 3-6 months
c) 6-9 months
d) 9-12 months
b) 3-6 months
Cries less frequently, babbles multisyllabilically:

a) birth to 3 months
b) 3-6 months
c) 6-9 months
d) 9-12 months
b) 3-6 months
Increases vowel & consanant sounds & links syllables together:

a) birth to 3 months
b) 3-6 months
c) 6-9 months
d) 9-12 months
c) 6-9 months
Uses speech like rhythm when vocalizing w/others:

a) birth to 3 months
b) 3-6 months
c) 6-9 months
d) 9-12 months
c) 6-9 months
Understands "NO" & other simple commands & says "dada" & "mama":

a) birth to 3 months
b) 3-6 months
c) 6-9 months
d) 9-12 months
d) 9-12 months
Learns additional words to "mama" & "dada" & receptive speech surpasses expressive speech:

a) birth to 3 months
b) 3-6 months
c) 6-9 months
d) 9-12 months
d) 9-12 months
Gains 8 oz or more a month, grows 3.5-5" & the anterior fontanelle closes:

a) 6-9 months
b) 9-12 months
c) 1-2 years
d) 2-3 years
c) 1-2 years
Jumps, kicks ball, & throws ball overhand:

a) 6-9 months
b) 9-12 months
c) 1-2 years
d) 2-3 years
d) 2-3 years
Can build a tower of 4 blocks & scribbles on paper:

a) 6-9 months
b) 9-12 months
c) 1-2 years
d) 2-3 years
c) 1-2 years
Runs, walks up & down stairs, & likes push&pull toys:

a) 6-9 months
b) 9-12 months
c) 1-2 years
d) 2-3 years
c) 1-2 years
Learns to pour, dress self, & draws a circle & other rudimentary forms:

a) 6-9 months
b) 9-12 months
c) 1-2 years
d) 2-3 years
d) 2-3 years
Throws a ball & has visual acuity of 20/50:

a) 6-9 months
b) 9-12 months
c) 1-2 years
d) 2-3 years
c) 1-2 years
Doubles birth weight, teeth may begin erupting, grasps objects, manipulates objects, holds feet , able to hold head steady, responds to sounds:

a) 1-2 months
b) 2-4 months
c) 4-6 months
d) 6-8 months
c) 4-6 months
Growth rate slows, bangs objects, transfers objects from hand to hand, sits unassisted, recognizes own name:

a) 1-2 months
b) 2-4 months
c) 4-6 months
d) 6-8 months
d) 6-8 months
Picks up small objects, uses pincer grasp, crawls, pulls to standing position, may say one word, as well as “mama”, or “dada”

a) 2-4 months
b) 4-6 months
c) 6-8 months
d) 8-10 months
d) 8-10 months
Triples birth weight, may hold crayon or pencil, stands alone, may walk, plays peek a boo.

a) 4-6 months
b) 6-8 months
c) 8-10 months
d) 10-12 months
d) 10-12 months
Introduce first food during this time & observe for allergies:

a) 1st 6 months
b) 2-4 months
c) 4-6 months
d) 6-8 months
c) 4-6 months
Though the bottle/breast remain the main source of nutrition, solid foods are added to meals:

a) 2-4 months
b) 4-6 months
c) 6-8 months
d) 6-12 months
d) 6-12 months
Encouraging parents to allow for "Tummy time" is important at this stage:

a) 1-3 months
b) 2-4 months
c) 4-6 months
d) 6-12 months
d) 6-12 months
Draws at least a 6-part person:

a) 1-2 years
b) 2-3 years
c) 3-6 years
c) 3-6 years

PRESCHOOLER 3-6 yrs
One of the greatest risks for injury to infants 1-12 months:

a) falls
b) poisoning
c) choking
d) burns
c) choking
Stop, drop, & roll should be taught to:

a) 9-12 month old chioldren
b) 1-2 years
c) 2-3 years
d) 3-6 years
d) 3-6 years
Major concern for injuries associated with school age children are with all of the following except:

a) burns
b) violence
c) falls
d) firearms
c) falls
The #1 hazard for Adolecents is:

a) burns
b) violence
c) MVA
d) firearms
c) MVA
DPT (diptheria, pertussis, tetanus) is given at what ages:

a) 6,12,18mo & 3,6yrs
b) 6,12,18mo & 3,6,12yrs
c) 2,4,6,18mo & 5yrs
d) 2,4,6,15-24mo & 8-12yrs
c) 2,4,6,18mo & 5yrs
DPT may be given at same time as other vaccinations but is contraindicated w/:

a) alergy to milk
b) allergy to eggs
c) allergy to gelatins
d) allergy to neomyicin
c) allergy to gelatins
Parents should be informed of the chance of increased reaction to the 4th & 5th dose of this vaccine:

a) OPV (Polio)
b) MMR (measels, mumps, rubella)
c) DPT (diptheria, pertussis, Tetanus)
d) Meningococcal
c) DPT (diptheria, pertussis, Tetanus)
OPV (polio) vaccines are given:

a) 2,4,18mo & 5yrs
b) 2,6,12mo & 2-4yrs
c) 3,6,9mo & 2,18yrs
d) 3,6,9mo & 3,15yrs
a) 2,4,18mo & 5yrs

OPV 2,4,18,& 5
Polio (OPV) vaccines may be given w/other vaccines but is contraindicated w/pregnancy & in children w/ hypersensitivity to:

a) neomycin
b) streptomycin
c) polymyxin
d) geletin products
a) neomycin
b) streptomycin
c) polymyxin
All doses of this vaccine must be separated by at least 4 weeks:

a) OPV (Polio)
b) MMR (measels, mumps, rubella)
c) DPT (diptheria, pertussis, Tetanus)
d) Meningococcal
a) OPV (Polio)
The Polio (OPV)vaccine is contraindicated with:

a) Rh neg
b) Rh pos
c) pregnancy
d) HIV
c) pregnancy
The MMR (measels, mumps, rubella) vaccines are given at what ages:

a) 6,12,15mo & 2-4yrs
b) 6,12,15mo & 6-10yrs
c) 15mo & 11-12yrs
d) 12-15mo & 6-12yrs
c) 15mo & 11-12yrs

MMR 15 & 11-12
(total of 2 doses)
The MMR may be given at the same time as other vaccines but is contraindicated in those who are allergic to:

a) neomycin & geletin
b) malignancy
d) pregnancy within 4 weeks
e) throbocytopenia
f) positive Tb or PPD
these are ALL contraindications for MMR
As college students are at greater risk due to decreasing immunity, make sure they have received a second dose of:

a) DPT
b) OPV (polio)
c) MMR
d) Hep B
c) MMR
When giving an MMR vaccine it is important to closely observe children with this allergy for 90 minutes after injection:

a) iodine
b) milk
c) saccharine
d) eggs
d) eggs
Before administering MMR ask &/or inform patient/parents:

a) allergy to neomycin or gelatin
b) allergy to eggs
c) immunosuppression
d) avoid preg for 3mo's
e) 2nd dose for college students
AA of these
A tetanus booster (TD)is given at which age:

a) 11-12 yrs
b) 13-15 yrs
c) 16 yrs
d) 18 yrs
b) 13-15 yrs

tetanus13-15
Recommended ages for HepB are:

a) birth-2, 1-4, 6-18mos
b) 2-6, 18-24mo
c) 1mo, 1yr
d) 1mo, 2yr
a) birth-2, 1-4, 6-18mos

HepB birth-2, 1-4, 6-18
(total=3doses)
Varricella (chickenpox) is recommended at any age after:

a) 12mo
b) 3yr
c) 5yrs
d) 12yrs
a) 12mo
Pneumococcal (PCV-pneumonia)is recommended starting at age:

a) 6mo
b) 12mo
c) 18mo
d) 24mo
b) 12mo
Flue shots are recommended starting at the age of:

a) 2mo
b) 6mo
c) 12mo
d) 18mo
b) 6mo
HepA series is recommended starting at the age of:

a) 1mo
b) 3mo
c) 6mo
d) 12mo
d) 12mo
HepB vaccines are recommended starting at the age of:

a) birth
b) 3mo
c) 2-4mo
d) 6mo
a) birth
Recent exposure is cause to defer a vaccine.

True or False
False

Immunizations can be given when the child has a minor illness w/or w/out a low-grade fever &w/antibiotic tx. Recent exposure to a disease is NOT a reason to defer a vaccine. (pg. 1316)
HepA can be given for post exposure prophyalaxis against HepA.

True or False?
True
Varricella vaccine can be given between 12-18mo's or anytime up to 12yrs but is contraindicated with:

a) allergy to neomycin or geletin
b) immunodeficiency
c) untreated TB
d) pregnancy
e) moderate or severe febrile illness
AA of these
Influenza vaccines are contraindicated in children w/history of:

a) anaphylactic reaction to egg or chicken protein
b) hypersensitivity to gentamicin
c) within 3 days of pertussis vaccine
d) acute febrile ilness
ALL of these
MCV4 (meningococcal) vaccines may be given starting at the age of 11-12 & older & highly recommended for college students. However, this vaccine is contraindicated for:

a) latex allergy
b) pt's at risk for hemmhorage
c) caution w/pregnancy
All of these
Techniques used to reduce pain & anxiety associated w/injections include which of the following:

a) give young infants 25% sucrose water (1pct sugar in 10ml tap water) a minute or 2 before inj
b) apply pressure at site for 10 sec before inj
BOTH
Typically, 1 month old infants will sleep:

a) 6 hours a day
b) 6-8 hours a day
c) 8-10 hours a day
d) 10-22 hours a day
d) 10-22 hours a day
A 2 month old will experience increasedwaking time but sustained sleeping seldom exceeds:

a) 1hr
b) 2hr
c) 4hr
d) 6hr
c) 4hr
Differentiates between day & night sleep pattern & 70% in this age group sleep through the night:

a) 2mo
b) 4mo
c) 6mo
d) 8mo
b) 4mo
Sustained sleep increases to 7-10hr & 83% sleep through the night:

a) 2mo
b) 4mo
c) 6mo
d) 8mo
c) 6mo
Total sleep needs gradually decrease, usually takes 2-3 naps, begins sleep rituals & may awaken briefly through the night:

a) 3mo
b) 6mo
c) 9mo
d)12mo
c) 9mo
Takes 1-2 naps a day & sleep-wake patterns begine to stabilize. Resists going to bed, continues bedtime rituals & may awaken during the night:

a) 3mo
b) 6mo
c) 9mo
d)12mo
d)12mo
Sustained sleep averages 10hr a night & usually has 1 afternoon nap:

a) 9mo
b) 12mo
c) 15mo
d) 18mo
c) 15mo
Has stable sleep-wake patterns with sustained sleep of 11-12 hours & a daytime nap may varies w/child from 1-2hours:

a) 12mo
b) 15mo
c) 18mo
d) 2yrs
c) 18mo
Afternoon naps decrease in frequency & night awakenings may continue. Fears may be a source of new stress & may experience nightmares:

a) 9mo
b) 15mo
c) 18mo
d) 2yrs
d) 2yrs
Less protesting at bedtime & may rest but not sleep at naptime:

a) 1yr
b) 2yr
c) 3yr
d) 4yr
c) 3yr
Dislikes bedtime but nighttime sleep ranges from 8-14 hrs & may need occasional naps or rest:

a) 3yrs
b) 4yrs
c) 5yrs
d) 6yrs
b) 4yrs
Average sleep time is 12 hr:

a) 3yr
b) 6yr
c) 10yr
d) 12yr
b) 6yr
Age when sleep time becomes more stabilzed & less resistant to bedtime:

a) 3yrs
b) 5yrs
c) 7-8yrs
d) 9-10yrs
c) 7-8yrs
Weight at 7 yrs is 7 times birth weight.

True or False?
True
Toilet trained during the day & nighttime training varies w/accidents.

a) 2 yrs
b) 3yrs
c) 4yrs
d) 5yrs
b) 3yrs
Manages toileting without help & remains dry at night with occassional accidents:

a) 3yrs
b) 4yrs
c) 5yrs
d) 6yrs
c) 5yrs
Screening for developmental, vision & hearing, & sickle cell is appropriate:

a) 1 mo
b) 2mo
c) 4mo
d) 6mo
c) 4mo
May indicate an awareness of elimination at this age:

a) 6mos
b) 9mos
c) 12mos
d) 15mos
c) 12mos
An age in which the child may indicate early readiness for toilet training & a good time to discuss methods of parental readiness:

a) 12mo
b) 15mo
c) 18mo
d) 2yrs
c) 18mo
Begins to demonstrate independence by wanting to do things w/out help:

a) 12mo
b) 15mo
c) 18mo
d) 2yrs
c) 18mo
Explores own body by masterbation:

a) 12mo
b) 15mo
c) 18mo
d) 2yrs
d) 2yrs
Imitates parents & other family members actions:

a) 12mo
b) 15mo
c) 18mo
d) 2yrs
c) 18mo
Lears right from wrong according to consequences:

a) 12mo
b) 15mo
c) 18mo
d) 2yrs
d) 2yrs
Judges acts by consequences regardless of intention & experiences feelings of guilt assigned according to extent of damage rather than motivation:

a) 3yrs
b) 4yrs
c) 5yrs
d) 6yrs
b) 4yrs
Begins to question self in world (birth, death, God, religion) & sense of right & wrong determined by culture, adult responses & experience w.parental limit setting:

a) 3yrs
b) 4yrs
c) 5yrs
d) 6yrs
c) 5yrs
Increased masterbation & curiousity in bodily differences between genders:

a) 3yrs
b) 4yrs
c) 5yrs
d) 6yrs
b) 4yrs
Toddlers immune system is immature & remain prone to infectious disease.

True or False
True
Immunizations are completed during this time:

a) 1-3yrs
b) 2-5yrs
c) 3-6yrs
d) 4-7yrs
c) 3-6yrs
Primary teeth are being lost:

a) Toddlers
b) Preschoolers
c) School age
d) adolescents
c) School age
The immune system is mature by:

a) toddler
b) preschool
c) school age
d) adolescence
c) school age good time to teach prevention of disease (handwashing)
A good time to teach prevention of disease (handwashing)& safety such as use of helmets & pads is:

a) 3yrs
b) 3-6 yrs
c) preschool
d) school age
d) school age
The nurse will begin to assess BMI more closely:

a) preschool
b) school age
c) adolescence
c) adolescence
What is the "female athlete triad" ???
1- excessive thiness
2- excessive exercise
3- amenorrhea (absence of menstruation)
The Tine Test (tuning fork for hearing) is recommended:

a) 12mo, 2,3,5,11-12 & 16-18yrs
b) birth-2mo,3,5,11-12 & 16-18yrs
a) 12mo, 2,3,5,11-12 & 16-18yrs

Tine 12month, 2,3,5,11-12-16-18