NURS 6541 Week 6 Quiz
- A 3-year-old has a history of upper respiratory tract infection 2 weeks ago. She recently started awakening at night. Physical exam reveals a normothermic child. She is smiling, playful, and sitting on the father’s lap. The TMs are gray with scattered bubbles and good motility. What is the best treatment?
- The mother of a 5-year-old wants to know what to do to decrease the discomfort of her daughter who has a URI. The mother should be instructed to:
- A 7-year-old presents with a complaint of ear pain with purulent discharge. He states it hurts when he is lying on the affected side and when anyone touches his pinna. The most likely diagnosis is:
- Mikayla is a 15-month-old female who has had recurrent bouts of acute otitis media. Her mother is concerned about future school performance. Which of the following statements regarding otitis media is true?
- TJ is a 12-year-old with a significantly swollen eye. His mom states he was stung by a bee next to his eye 3 days ago. The swelling started last night and has progressively worsened. He has a fever of 101.9°F, has erythematous edema around his left eye, and is able to move his eye through all visual fields. After consulting with your MD, you prescribe:
- A 10-year-old comes to your school-based clinic with complaint of a painful sore on the upper lip for 5 days. The sore is getting better since yesterday, but today the right eyelid is swelling and there are blisters on the eye. The best management is to:
- Therapeutic treatment for Coxsackie infections include:
- You see a 9-year-old after he was hit in the eye with a foreign body. Flourescein staining reveals a vertical line abrasion lateral to the iris. The pupils are equal in size and reactive; a positive red reflex is present bilaterally. There are no abnormal extraocular movements. Visual acuity is normal. An appropriate plan of care includes follow-up in 48 to 72 hours and:
- Each of the following is a risk factor for the development of acute otitis media EXCEPT:
- You see a 6-month-old with a diagnosis of dacryocystitis. The mother states “her left eye tears all the time and it has since birth.” The infant was seen in urgent care last week and was prescribed antibiotic eye drops that “don’t seem to help.” You confirm the diagnosis of dacryocystitis without evidence of infection. What education and counseling do you provide?