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Pediatric Nurse Practice Quiz Test

Objective Questions | Pediatric Nurse Practice Quiz

1 >>The parents of a child with juvenile idiopathic arthritis ask you to recommend an exercise activity. Which activity should you recommend? ?

  • (A) Softball
  • (B) Football
  • (C) Swimming
  • (D) Running

2 >>Sepsis results from the effects of circulatingand is mediated by release of what? ?

  • (A) cytokines
  • (B) Ferritin levels
  • (C) Folliculitis
  • (D) Platelets

3 >>Sepsis has a systemic effect on the body. Identify which organs may become impaired with sepsis. ?

  • (A) Bowels, kidneys, and lungs
  • (B) Lungs, liver, and kidneys
  • (C) Gallbladder and appendix
  • (D) Heart and spleen

4 >>If final culture reports are negative and symptoms have subsided, antibiotics may be discontinued after 72 hours of treatment. ?

  • (A) True
  • (B) False
  • (C) Folliculitis
  • (D) Platelets

5 >>Which clinical manifestations are expected in dehydration of infants and young children? ?

  • (A) Bulging fontanels
  • (B) Flushed skin
  • (C) Reduction or lack of tears
  • (D) Moist mucous membranes

6 >>Which acid�base imbalance occurs as a result of bicarbonate retention or hydrogen ion loss and is commonly seen in children with prolonged vomiting as emesis is acidic stomach content. ?

  • (A) Softball
  • (B) Ferritin levels
  • (C) Running
  • (D) Metabolic alkalosis

Pediatric Nurse Practice Quiz

7 >>Regarding medications in pharmacology, you understand furosemide is considered to be a loopdiuretic that is potassium wasting and digoxin is considered a digitalis glycoside that acts as an what? ?

  • (A) antiarrhythmic.
  • (B) Ferritin levels
  • (C) Flushed skin
  • (D) Softball

8 >>What is the best diagnostic test for diagnosing a heart murmur and ASD? ?

  • (A) Cardiac auscultation
  • (B) Chest radiograph
  • (C) Cardiac catheterization
  • (D) Echocardiogram

9 >>A well-nourished infant should have how many wet diapers per day as a daily expected occurrence? ?

  • (A) Ferritin levels
  • (B) Chest radiograph
  • (C) Running
  • (D) 8 to 10

10 >>Shock or hypovolemia is the greatest threat to life in isotonic dehydration ?

  • (A) True
  • (B) False
  • (C) False
  • (D) False

11 >>Which clinical manifestations are expected in dehydration of infants and young children? ?

  • (A) Bulging fontanels
  • (B) Flushed skin
  • (C) Reduction or lack of tears
  • (D) Moist mucous membranes

12 >>What is the best explanation by the nurse to explain impetigo to the father? ?

  • (A) It is not contagious nor is it a skin infection of concern
  • (B) It is a highly contagious, superfi cial bacterial skin infection
  • (C) It is a skin irritation most prevalent in the winter months-NO, it is most prevalent in the summer.
  • (D) It is caused by bacteria known as Staphylococcus pyogenes -NO, it is caused by Staphylococcus aureus

Pediatric Nurse Practice Quiz

13 >>Most pediatric bacterial skin infections are caused by ?

  • (A) Staphylococcus aureus and/or Streptococcus pyogenes
  • (B) Chest radiograph
  • (C) Softball
  • (D) Softball

14 >>Impetigo is a not a self-limiting skin condition and requires immediate medical attention. ?

  • (A) True
  • (B) False
  • (C) Flushed skin
  • (D) Softball

15 >>Priorities for nursing management of cellulitis include eradication of the infection, comfort measures, preventing the spread of infection, and reducing complications. ?

  • (A) True
  • (B) False
  • (C) Flushed skin
  • (D) Softball

16 >>When assessing pain for children who are 8 years old, the best communication tool for assessing pain (fi fth vital sign) is which technique? ?

  • (A) Ask the parent’s opinion
  • (B) Observe the child’s behavior
  • (C) Use Wong-Baker Pain Rating Scale
  • (D) Assess by Pain Scale Rating of 0 to 10

17 >>Which of the following is not a risk for a child’s developing candidiasis? ?

  • (A) Taking oral antibiotics
  • (B) Being immunocompromised
  • (C) Using a steroid inhaler
  • (D) Having a female gender status

18 >>When instructing parents about preventing irritant diaper dermatitis, which patient education should be included in the plan of care? ?

  • (A) Use zinc oxide barrier cream to protect the skin
  • (B) Use baby wipes with alcohol to keep the skin dry-NO, often these contain chemicals and are irritating.
  • (C) Decrease the frequency of diaper changes to prevent irritation
  • (D) Avoid using disposable diapers and apply cloth diapers instead

Pediatric Nurse Practice Quiz

19 >>Pediatric atopic dermatitis is commonly known as childhood eczema. Which factors appear to play a role in the etiology of atopic dermatitis? ?

  • (A) Being of male gender and living in a large family
  • (B) Having a poor socioeconomic status and no family history
  • (C) Having a genetic predisposition and a positive family history
  • (D) Having a pet-free family and living in a rural environment

20 >>Pediculosis capitis or head lice is very uncommon among school-aged children. ?

  • (A) True
  • (B) False
  • (C) Chest radiograph
  • (D) Cardiac catheterization

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