Pediatrics Final Exam Review (Wk. 1-8) LATEST UPDATE
Pediatrics Final Exam Review (Wk. 1-8) 1. The nurse is assessing an adolescent who came to the well care clinic with exophthalmos (protruding eyeballs), a wide-eyed staring expression, increased blinking, lid lag, lack of convergence, and absence of wrinkling of the forehead when looking upward. The nurse recognizes these characteristics describe which type of goiter? A. James' disease B. Hashimoto's disease C. Graves' disease D. Calcium disease. 2. Which hormones are secreted from the posterior pituitary gland? (Select all that apply.) Growth hormone 1. Prolactin 2. Thyroid stimulating hormone 3. Antidiuretic hormone 4. Oxytocin 3. The nurse is caring for a school-age child with type 1 diabetes. Two hours after breakfast, the child becomes pale, diaphoretic, and shaky. Which is the priority action the nurse should take? A. Check the blood glucose level. B. Correct answer. C. Administer insulin. D. Notify the health care provider E. Give a glass of orange juice 4. A newly diagnosed type 1 diabetic adolescent demonstrates understanding of her medication regimen. Which is the next step for discharge teaching? 1. Teach the adolescent how to give insulin injections. 2. Should not have been checked. 3. Explain how to monitor blood glucose. 4. Should not have been checked. 5. Develop a rapport with the adolescent. 6. Should not have been checked. 7. Set goals with the adolescent.