Study your flashcards anywhere!

Download the official Cram app for free >

  • Shuffle
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Alphabetize
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Front First
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Both Sides
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Read
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off

How to study your flashcards.

Right/Left arrow keys: Navigate between flashcards.right arrow keyleft arrow key

Up/Down arrow keys: Flip the card between the front and back.down keyup key

H key: Show hint (3rd side).h key

A key: Read text to speech.a key


Play button


Play button




Click to flip

36 Cards in this Set

  • Front
  • Back
what mechanism regulates acid/base balance in children?
Renal and respritory chemical buffering system
what are symptoms of pyloric stenosis
olive size bulghe under rt ribcage,
projectile vomit
failure to thrive
nursing assessments of pyloric stenosis
replace fluids to prevent electrolyte imbalance
symptoms of intussusception?
jelly stool (red in color)
what is intusseception?
what does it cause?
telescoping of the bowel into its self causing edema obstruction and possible necrosis of the bowel
when and to who does intusseception occure?
what is the cause?
6 months of age,
boys more often then girls
cause unknown
medical management of intusseception
non invasive- barium enema,
invasive- surgery
symptoms of intusseception
piercing cry
severe ab pain
bloody mucus in stool
jelly stool
interventions for intusseception
monitor fluids
monitor for peritonitis
pain relief,
what is hirschprung disease?
absense of nerve innervation in a portion of the large colon.
medical managemnet of hirschsprung
drug therapy,
isotonic enemas
diet therapy,
symptoms fo hirschsprung disease
failure to pass meconium at birth
abdominal distention
temp relief flooloing digital exam
bile-fecal vomiting
nursing interventions for hirschsprung disease
low residue diet
do not tx loose stools
celiac disease interventions
diet therapy
administer vitamins
support groups,
provide parental teaching
celiac disease symptoms
frothy, pale, bulky foul smelling greasy stools..

distended abd.
musclce wasting
what is celiac disease
malabsorption to gluten
parent teaching for a child with gastroenteritis
strict hand wasing, watch for rapid dehydration
discharge teaching for ge reflux
position head of bed 30-40degrees, small frequent feedings with burping teaching
what is ge reflux?
reversal of flow of stomach contents into lower portion of the esphagus
assessment findings of a child with glomerulonephritis?
strept infection
latharty, hematuria, fever
rbc\wbc protein in urine
elevated bun creat (dec hg and hct
nursing interventions for glomerulonephritis?
strict i and o monitoring
provide diversional play
assessment findings for nephrotic syndrome
proteinuria 3+
dependent edema, anorexia vomitiong, pallor hyperlipedemia
nursing interventions for5 nephrotic syndrome?
bed rest
hi protein diet low sodium
i and o's wt vitals
steroids, albumin lasex
what is vescoureteral reflux
regurgitation of urine from bladder into ureters due to faulty valve
nursing interventions for vescoureteral reflux
grade 1-2 antibiotics ionly
teaching of parents with a child who has cryptorchidism
signs and symptems to report ,
what is hypospadias
urethral opening located anywhere along ventral surface of penis
assessment findings for hypospadias
urinary meatus misplaced
crocked urine stream
unable to pass merconium at birth is sign of what?
piercing cry
sever ab pain, bloody mucus in stool
jelly stool is sign of what?
isotonic enemas
diet therapy and
drug therapy are used
to treat what?
head positioned thirth to forth degrees , small feedings are discharge instructions for what disease?
Ge reflux
smelly stool, distended ab
are signs of what disease?
celiac disease
monitor fluids and monitor for perionitis for what disease?
hi protein diet and low sodium diet with use of steroids is treatment for what?
nephrotic syndrome
strept throat edema and anorexia
rbs wbs and brotien in urine are all sines of