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ATI RN NURSING CARE OF CHILDREN PROCTORED EXAM . A nurse is caring for a child who is taking mannitol for cerebral edema. Which of the following adverse effects should the nurse monitor the child f... or and report to the provider? A. Bradycardia B. Weight loss C. Confusion D. Constipation 64a 5. A. Tachycardia is an adverse effect of mannitol. B. Weight gain due to urinary retention is an adverseeffect of mannitol. C. CORRECT: The nurse should monitor the child forincreased confusion and report this adverse effect to the provider. This could be an indication of electrolyte imbalance. D. Diarrhea is an adverse effect of mannitol. 64b Chapter 15 Cognitive and Sensory Impairments 1. A nurse is planning to perform a peripheral vision test on a child. Which of the following actions should the nurse take? A. Place the child 10 feet away from a Snellen chart. B. Show a set of cards to the child one at a time. C. Cover the child's eye while performing the test on the other eye. D. Have the child focus on an object while performing the test. 65a 1. A. T he nurse should place the child 10 feet away from a Snellen chart when performing a visual acuity test. B. T he nurse should show a set of cards to the child one at a time when performing a color test. C. T he nurse should cover the child's eye whileperforming the test on the other eye when performing a cover test. D. CORRECT: When performing a peripheral vision test, the nurse asks the child to focus on an object while bringing a pencil into the child's peripheral vision. 65b 2. A nurse is teaching a group of parents about possible manifestations of Down syndrome. Which of the following findings should the nurse include in the teaching? (Select all that apply.) A. A large head with bulging fontanels B. Larger ears that are set back C. Protruding abdomen D. Broad, short feet and hands E. Hypotonia 66a 2. A. A child who has hydrocephalus will exhibit a large head with bulging fontanels due to the increased CSF in the head. B. A child who has Down syndrome will exhibit small features, such as small ears with a short pinna. C. CORRECT: A child who has Down syndrome will exhibit a protruding abdomen. D. CORRECT: A child who has Down syndrome will exhibit small features, such as broad, short feet and hands. E. CORRECT: A child who has Down syndrome will exhibit hyperflexibility and hypotonia. [Show More]

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