- The nurse is teaching the parents of an infant with tonsillitis caused by group A ß-hemolytic streptococci about the importance of compliance with antibiotic therapy. What teaching regarding this infection is important to share with the parents?
- A child has been admitted to the emergency department with a closed head injury. Identify the lab and diagnostic tests that will be ordered. List at least five (5) interventions the nurse will provide to the client? What medications should the nurse anticipate the provider to prescribe and why?
- What are three (3) points the nurse should educate the parents of an epileptic client on regarding seizure medications?
- What are the expected physical growth mile markers for a 6 months infant?
- A nurse is discussing sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) with new parents. Identify three (3) points that the nurse should educate the parents on regarding measures to prevent SIDS.
- A nurse is caring for a client with glomerulonephritis. What interventions regarding nutritional intake and restrictions should be taken?
- Identify three (3) contraindications associated with antidiabetic agents. (Found in Pharmacology Review Module)
- A child had tympanoplasty tubes placed and the nurse is completing discharge teaching for the family. List three (3) important points to include in the teaching.
9. What symptoms would the nurse expect to find if a child were having an acute hemolytic reaction during a blood transfusion? (Found in Adult Medical Surgical Review Module)
- Identify three (3) clinical manifestations of hydrocephalus in an infant.
- The nurse is caring for a child with epiglottitis. What are three (3) expected findings during the assessment of this client? List three (3) nursing interventions the nurse will be expected to carry out.
- A nurse is caring for a client with meningitis. Identify four (4) priority interventions for the client who has meningitis.
- What is a Patent Ductus Arteriosus? Identify two (2) clinical manifestations of patent ductus arteriosus (PDA).
- A nurse is providing education to an adolescent client with diabetes and his parents regarding ‘Sick Day Rules’ while sick. What information should the nurse provide?
- What are three (3) expected findings the nurse may observe during the assessment of a six month old infant with intussusception?
- Identify nursing actions in the immediate post-operative period of a client who had a cleft palate repair.
This is due to the fact that there are many knives in every household, so even with restricting new knives going into circulation, these offenders are still able to get a hold of the weapons they need (The Offensive Weapons Bill 2017-19, 2018 p.23). In conclusion, restricting sales for knives does not work in preventing offences involving weapons, this is for the reason that if people cannot buy a knife they can easily find one in a household or find a substitute sharp weapon to cause damage to someone such as broken glass or a sharpened coin. Furthermore, as knives and other offensive weapons are easily accessible to commit crimes with, there needs to be concentration on helping likely offenders to not get into these lifestyles and educate them before they start offending. Following on from the educational programmes to help prevent offences involving weapons. Nottinghamshire police found that they needed to change the environment people were living in to correspond these programmes. Target hardening and crime patterns theory were researched and found that they needed to increase CCTV performance and surveillance of the streets, as well as cleaning neighbourhoods for citizens to feel a sense of ownership and be proud of where they live (Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner, 2018 p.19). Changing the environment in this way will be effecting in preventing offences involving weapons as the residents will feel they belong in the community and want to look after it. They will also know that there is more surveillance so if they did commit crimes there is more chance of being caught, and prosecuted. The individual approach to crime prevention introduces methods to different groups in society such as; the community, families, individuals and schools to help with situations that can lead to people committing crimes before they arise (Homel, R, and Thomsen, L., 2017 p.57). These groups can help prevent crime by youth programmes in the community to prevent them growing up and offending, educating students in school on the consequences of crime and introducing knife wands into schools as a regular practice. These particular methods can work in preventing crime as they are targeted at the age range who are most likely to be a victim or offender of offences involving weapons. Researchers have found that in deprived neighbourhoods the type of violence is very different in comparison to other neighbourhoods as they are highly likely to involve guns (Anderson 1999, in Baumer, 2003 p43). Anderson (1999 p.44) also found that due to members of the community using guns and there being no formal control by police, many other people were carrying guns for the status and self-protection. In the disadvantaged neighbourhoods there needs to be education in schools alongside community groups to help children growing up in the areas st>GET ANSWER