Pediatric Gastrointestinal (GI) Disorders : Nursing Course


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

Peritonitis

Rationale: Peritonitis occurs when infection surrounds the peritoneum and can cause extensive damage to the organs and even lead to death.


Chelation therapy is a treatment for the following:

Lead poisoning

Rationale: This is an intravenous treatment where the drug binds to heavy metals, such as lead, and allows it to be excreted from the body.


Hirschsprungs disease is common in patients with:

Down syndrome

Rationale:

How often should an infant with GERD be burped?

Frequently

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:

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

Pale urine

Rationale:

The following sign indicates intussusception is fixed:

Passing of normal, brown stool

Rationale:

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

They should eat a high-fat diet

Rationale:

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

Risk for aspiration

Rationale:

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