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Explain the standards of pediatric nursing care as they relate to caring for many and his family

Recall 3 year-old Manny, at the beginning of the chapter, who has & a seizure disorder. He receives his care in a mobile van sent to his community by the local children’& hospital. Manny has a regular source of care because his family income qualifies him for the state’s Child Health Insurance Program (CHIP).

I. Explain the standards of pediatric nursing care as they relate to caring for many and his family

2.Identify at least four  different settings which child  with a seizure disorder could receive health care.

3.  List three specific injury prevention messages for a child of many, age that should be provided to Manny’s parents to reduce his risk for morbidity and mortality .

4.list specific steps that should be used in the heath care….

Describe the use of family- centered care principles in planning casey’s nursing care in collaboration with the family .

Think about Casey and his family from the beginning of the chapter. Case-(s family is coping with his initial survival of a serious brain injury, and facing a long rehabilitation process. The family is just now recognizing that life as they have known it is changing.

Casey is totally dependent for care including bathing, toileting, feeding, and mobilizing. Although he is expected to regain self-care abilities, the impact of the injury on his cognitive ability and future functioning is unknown.

Casey’s mended family has provided support to the family during the past 12 days, but the level of support in the future weeks will decrease because of other family obligations. Casey’s mother has already initiated leave of absence from work so she can care for him when he….

create a family pedigree for Sarah based on the family information she has  provided, What does the pedigree  reveal, and what nursing  actions would you plan for Sarah?

Recall 17·year-old Sarah from the chapter opening scenario. While at the sports clinic for a routine physical, she questions the nurse about the likelihood that she will acquire Hunting10n disease. Huntington disease is a progressive  disorder of motor, cognitive, and psychiatric disturbances. Symptoms typically present between age 35 and 44 years. with a median survival time of 15 to 18 years after onset

Sarah’s mother, Diane, is of western European Caucasian de_ scent, Sarah’s knowledge about her father is limited. She knows that he is a third-generation Filipino American but has no medical information on him or his extended family

Sarah’s   grandmother on her mother’s side has three sisters and two brothers. The two brothers died of myocardial infarctions at the ages of 37 and 55 years, respectively…..

Analyze Sergio’s developmental milestones. Consult the list of expected milestones In this chapter.

Consider Sergio, who was Introduced In the chapter-opening scenario. He is Now 6 months of • and growing well. His mother has altered her work schedule to Stay With him each day she works for a few hours In the evening when her husband Is home. One pair of grandparents live about 30 miles away and visit frequently. The family has medical Insurance but has had to budget carefully to pay household bills since Yolanda is working less and they have expenses connected with Sergio. Care.

Since they have no other children and have limited   experience with children, pepe and Yolanda, Sergio’s parents, have all the needs of new parents. Due to prematurity, Sergio has additional needs for development surveillance and parental education.

Some developmental milestones that the….

Analyze Sergio’s developmental milestones. Consult the list of expected milestones In this chapter.

Consider Sergio, who was Introduced In the chapter-opening scenario. He is Now 6 months of • and growing well. His mother has altered her work schedule to Stay With him each day she works for a few hours In the evening when her husband Is home. One pair of grandparents live about 30 miles away and visit frequently. The family has medical Insurance but has had to budget carefully to pay household bills since Yolanda is working less and they have expenses connected with Sergio. Care.

Since they have no other children and have limited   experience with children, pepe and Yolanda, Sergio’s parents, have all the needs of new parents. Due to prematurity, Sergio has additional needs for development surveillance and parental education.

Some developmental milestones that the….

What behaviors would you look for that might indicate that Jasmine is beginning to develop a relationship with Mrs. Porter?

Recall Jasmine from the opening scenario. She has recently been adopted from china by the Porter family. When Jasmine’, length, weight, and head circumference are plotted on a growth curve, she is found to be in the 5th percentile for length and weight, and the 10th percentile for head circumference.

1.       What behaviors would you look for that might indicate that Jasmine is beginning to develop a relationship with Mrs. Porter?

2.       What actions could you take during the physical examination to develop rapport with Jasmine and to reduce her anxiety?

3.       3. What are the Important physical findings of an ear Infection In a child  like Jasmine who has been crying during the examination?

4.       What is your interpretation of Jasmine’s current growth status? Outline a plan….

Describe the physical activity skills that you expect to observe in a 15-month·old. IS Clarence typical of this age child?

Recall the parents of 15-month-old Clarence. They are working parents who are overwhelmed by their son’s activity level. They express concern about how to spend time with and ensure safety for Clarence , while having soe time to spend with each other

I. Describe the physical activity skills that you expect to observe in a 15-month·old. IS Clarence typical of this age child?

2. Plan the assessment techniques you will apply to learn more about Clarence‘s  physical activity and social interactions.

3. Clarence’s  parents are concerned about providing a safe environment for him. List the most Important safety precautions that should be taken in the home and during car trips to promote his safety.

4. Plan several Interventions that will assist his parents In planning their time so….

Denise is Rhonda’s 5-year-old sibling. What questions will you ask Shannon about Denise s adjustment to a new sibling?

Recall 22-year-old Shannon, who is described at the beginning of the chapter. She is a single mother with two daughters, 5year old Denise and 10-day-old Rhonda. Shannon lives with her male partner, who is the father of the new baby. Rhonda was born at 37 weeks gestation, weighed 2800 g(6 lb, 3 oz) at birth required phototherapy for newborn jaundice, and had intial difficulty breastfeeding. She was discharged from the nursery at 5 days of age

1. What questions would the pediatric nurse and lactation  consultant ask Shannon to assess the adequacy of breast feeding at this time? What assessments of the newborn will provide clues about the adequacy of intake?

 

2.Consult Chapter 5 for a description of newborn re flexes. Plan a thorough newborn assessment that….

What suggestions can you make to Sophia so that Do- minic continues to learn about and communicate with his father during the deployment?

Recall Dominic, an active 4-year-old who was described in the opening scenario. During today’s visit, you learn that his mother, Sophia, is quite tired from working at a retail store about 8 9 hours daily and then caring for Dominic in the evening. The recent move of her mother, Hannah, to a house down the street to assist with care has brought her some relief. Dominic has several decaying deciduous teeth. His mother states that since he will lose them soon, she is not worried.

1. Dominic’s father is serving in the military in the Middle East. What suggestions can you make to Sophia so that Do- minic continues to learn about and communicate with his father during the deployment?

 

2 Dominic has not been seen for….

List the mental health strengths that Ty manifests, How will you use these strengths In planning his care

Recall the opening scenario which described Ty, a 12-year-old boy with osteogenesis imperfect.. (Consult Chapter 29 for  further information about this health condition.) Although he has a health problem, Ty still needs health promotion and health maintenance visits. They need to be adapted to consider his specific needs.

 

1.       Ty often uses a wheelchair due to his frequent fractures and surgeries. What special dietary needs does he have? What physical activities can be encouraged? Since he swims and recently began wheelchair basketball, what safety needs does he have to prevent injuries during these activities?

2.        List the mental health strengths that Ty manifests, How will you use these strengths In planning his care

3.         Plan a teaching session to explain osteogenesis  imperfecta  to Ty’s classmates.

4.       Many….