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Clinical Assessment Study Set 1

Medicine

Quiz 12 :
Assessment of the Neonatal and Pediatric Patient

Quiz 12 :
Assessment of the Neonatal and Pediatric Patient

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What range of gestational age in weeks is considered term?
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C

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Which of the following conditions is associated with an infant born early in gestation?
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B

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You are looking in the chart of your patient, and in the maternal history, you see the following: G3, P2, Ab0. Which of the following statements is true?
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A

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Which of the following is part of the biophysical evaluation of a fetus performed by ultrasound?
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What do the L/S ratio and phosphatidylinositol (PI) and phosphatidylglycerol (PG) levels assess?
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What Apgar parameter usually deteriorates first in a hypoxic infant?
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Infants who need extensive medical resuscitation at birth will have Apgar scores in the range of:
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What does the Ballard examination of a newborn infant assess?
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Which of the following is a common cause of hypothermia in an infant?
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What is the upper limit of the normal range for the heart rate in the newborn?
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Which of the following are typical causes of tachypnea in the newborn? 1) Hypothermia 2) Hypoxemia 3) Respiratory acidosis 4) Pain
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What is the upper limit for normal systolic blood pressure in the term newborn?
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What is indicated by the presence of retractions in the newborn?
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What is the significance of "grunting" in an infant?
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What is indicated by a capillary refill greater than 3 s in the infant?
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What effect does abdominal distention have on respiration?
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An infant's entire right hemithorax "lights up" during transillumination. What does this signify?
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What is the normal leukocyte count for newborns?
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What is the likely diagnosis of leukopenia in an infant?
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Why is it so important to quickly identify a low blood glucose level in a newborn?
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