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IPPA stands for?
Inspect
Palpate
Percuss
Auscultate
When you ausculate you make sure the person is breathing threw there ________?
Mouth
Periodic breathing in children is normal-defined as periodic breathing with pauses of up to 20 seconds
Apnea
Usually ____ is accompained by cyanosis,pallor, hypotonia, and bradycardia
Apnea
SIDS is sudden death of an infant under the age of ___ with unexplained cause of death after complete investigation
1
How do you predict or prevent Sids?
No way to predict or prevent
A baby who has ______ is more likely to die from SIDS
Apnea
Risk factors for ____:
Premature
Low birth weight
Multiples
Race
Age
Education
Hx of respiratory difficulty
Sleeping on stomach
Sids
Maternal risk factors for mother:
Young moher under age _____
Smoker or drug use
Anemia
Low socioecomonic status
20
Death is always confirmed in the _______
ER
The nursing role for SIDS is to support and reassure the _____
family
Nursing role in the community is to _____ the public and promote back to sleep campaign
Educate
Decongestants cause ______________ and decrease nasal congestion and edema.
Vasoconstriction
Decongestants last for short duration but can cause a rebound effects if used for _____
to long
Do not give a ___________ with:
HTN
Heart Disease
MAOI's
Prostate enlargement
Hyperthroidism
Decongestion
Decongestants can cause _______ retention and can also become addictive
Urinary
Antihistimes are used to _____ up the mucous
dry
Most all antihystimes end in the last 3 letters _____
INE
Nursing management for URI include promoting rooms with _______.
Humidifers
You should encourage _____ but don't force eating
FLuids
You should always stress ____ control by tell people to wash their hands frequently
Germ
You don't give antibotics to someonw with a _____ infections
Viral
Viral infections cause ____, cloudy mucous discharge
Clear
_________ infections cause green/brown thick drainage, ear pressure, and dizziness
Bacterial
Treatment for URI include a ____ to _____ antibotic dose
14-21
These are _____ interventions for chronic URI:
Endoscopic
Caldwell-Luc
Antral irrigation
Surgical
Children need to be _______ if they have persistant purulent drainage and fever and or green drainage.
Evaluated
If a patient is put on antibotics, ______ that they need to finish course of antibotics
Reinforce
Infection of tonsils and throat
Acute pharyngitis
infection or inflammation of tonsils
Tonsillitis
Group ___ Strep causes heart and idney problems if untreated
B
frequent throat infections with breathing and swallowing difficulties, persistant redness, and cervical lymphadenopathy
Chronic Tonsililites
Symptoms are:
Sore throat
Headache
UPset stomach
Fever
Strep Symptoms
If a patient cannot swallow and is drooling, complainning of excessive pain....they need
Immediate attentions
Peritonsillar abcess needs ______ to release the abcess
I&D
Tonsilectomy is not done in children under ____ years of age because they may grow back
3
1+ tonsils have visible gap while 4+ tonsils are _____
touching
Best position for someone with tonsellectomy is ____ fowlers
Semi-Fowlers
Bleeding is a big risk after sx for up to 10 days post-op with days ___ to ___ and ___ to ____ being the most vulmerable
1-3
7-10
Always discuss the possiblilty of ____ pain with swallowing after sx
Ear
Push clear fluids and advance to soft diet as tolerated. NO ________ or _________
Red Drinks or Milk
No _______ food
Sharp
Otitis Media
Pus behind the ear
Ear fullness goes away ______
last
Most common in kids ____ to ___- years
6 months to 6 years
Highly contagious VIRAL respiratory disease which symtpoms include rhinorrhea, fever, cough, headache and malaise
Influenza
If you take the FLu mist you shed the flu for ____ weeks.
3
Viral ______ develops within 48hours and can cause hypoxemia and death within days
Pneumonia
_____ syndrome is a rare complication to influenza, but it develops within 2-3 weeks, with a 30% mortality rate. It causes hepatic failure and encephalopathy in affected patients.
Reyes Syndrome
OTC meds for Influenza include:
Sudafed