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NGN ATI BIO RESPIRATORY PRACTICE EXAM QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 100% GUARANTEED SUCCESS LATEST UPDATE 2023/2024 RATED A+

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NGN ATI BIO RESPIRATORY PRACTICE EXAM QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 100% GUARANTEED SUCCESS LATEST UPDATE 2023/2024 RATED A+ An infant with respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is being admitted to the hosp... ital. The nurse should plan to place the infant on which precaution? a.Enteric b.Airborne c.Droplet d. Contact A toddler's mother calls the nurse because she thinks her son has swallowed a button type of battery. He has no signs of respiratory distress. The nurse's response should be based on which premise? a.An emergency laparotomy is very likely. b.The location needs to be confirmed by radiographic examination. c.Surgery will be necessary if the battery has not passed in the stool in 48 hours. d.Careful observation is essential because an ingested battery cannot be accurately detected. A nurse is charting that a hospitalized child has labored breathing. Which describes labored breathing? a. Dyspnea b.Tachypnea c.Hypopnea d.Orthopnea childhood respiratory tract infections? a. They are safer. b.They are less expensive. c.Respiratory secretions are dried. d.A more comfortable environment is produced. Decongestant nose drops are recommended for a 10-month-old infant with an upper respiratory tract infection. Instructions for nose drops should include which action? a.Avoid using for more than 3 days. b.Keep drops to use again for nasal congestion. c.Administer drops until nasal congestion subsides. d.Administer drops after feedings and at bedtime. Which is an appropriate nursing intervention when caring for an infant with an upper respiratory tract infection and elevated temperature? a.Give tepid water baths to reduce fever. b.Encourage food intake to maintain caloric needs. c.Have child wear heavy clothing to prevent chilling. d.Give small amounts of favorite fluids frequently to prevent dehydration. How is chronic otitis media with effusion (OME) differentiated from acute otitis media (AOM)? a.A fever as high as 40° C (104° F) b.Severe pain in the ear c.Nausea and vomiting d.A feeling of fullness in the ear Parents have understood teaching about prevention of childhood otitis media if they make which statement? a."We will only prop the bottle during the daytime feedings." b."Breastfeeding will be discontinued after 4 months of age." c."We will place the child flat right after feedings." d. "We will be sure to keep immunizations up to date." An 18-month-old child is seen in the clinic with AOM. Trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole (Bactrim) is prescribed. Which statement made by the parent indicates a correct understanding of the instructions? a."I should administer all the prescribed medication." b."I should continue medication until the symptoms subside." c."I will immediately stop giving medication if I notice a change in hearing." d."I will stop giving medication if fever is still present in 24 hours." An infant's parents ask the nurse about preventing OM. Which should be recommended? a. Avoid tobacco smoke. b.Use nasal decongestant. c.Avoid children with OM. d.Bottle-feed or breastfeed in a supine position. [Show More]

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