Pediatric Gastrointestinal (GI) Disorders : Nursing Course


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How often should an infant with GERD be burped?

Frequently

Rationale: This will prevent gas building and reflux into the esophagus, which will ultimately reduce the symptoms of GERD.


The following state about interventions for a child with hepatitis is false:

They should eat a high-fat diet

Rationale: Diets for children with hepatitis should be low in fat to decrease the chance of further damage to the liver.


Chelation therapy is a treatment for the following:

Lead poisoning

Rationale:

The following sign indicates intussusception is fixed:

Passing of normal, brown stool

Rationale:

The following is not found in the icteric phase of hepatitis:

Pale urine

Rationale:

Hirschsprungs disease is common in patients with:

Down syndrome

Rationale:

When a child suffers from a combination of esophageal atresia and tracheoesophageal fistula, the biggest concern is:

Risk for aspiration

Rationale:

The following food is okay for a child with Celiac disease to eat:

Corn

Rationale:

The following is not a key sign of appendicitis:

Low white blood cell count

Rationale:

A ruptured appendix is an emergency and can lead to this type of infection:

Peritonitis

Rationale:

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