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NURSING 4211: Growth and Development of Infant (ALL CORRECT ANSWERS AND RATIONALE) GRADE A

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Question 1   

What is the correct amount of wet diapers a mature infant should have each day?

Question 2   

Two parents who have financial issues ask the nurse if a borrowed crib would be okay to use for their new twin boys. Which response should the nurse use in educating the parents?

Question 3   

The infant weighs 7 lb 4 oz (3,248 g) at birth. If the infant is following a normal pattern of growth, what would be the expected weight for this child at the age of 12 months?

Question 4   

Anticipatory guidance for an infant for the 4th month should include the fact that she probably will:

Question 5   

A 5-month-old infant being assessed was born at 32 weeks. The nurse doing the well-child check-up should compare the baby to what norms?

Question 6   

The student nurse is caring for a 2 1/2-week-old in the newborn intensive care unit. Which term is most accurate when discussing this client?

Question 7   See full question 25s

The nurse is performing an assessment on a 8-month-old infant. The infant's medical history notes that he was born at 32 weeks' gestation. The infant is progressing normally. At what adjusted age should the nurse expect the infant's developmental accomplishments?

Question 8   See full question 1m

A 9-month-old has been brought to the clinic for a well-child visit. The mother reports her son was born 6 weeks prematurely. During the data collection, the child's mother reports her son seems to be a few months "behind" what she recalls from her older children. What is the best response by the nurse?

 

Question 9   See full question 15s

The nurse is assessing the oral cavity of a 6-month-old child. When palpating the location in which the first primary teeth erupt, which location is being assessed?

Question 10   See full question 26s

The father of a 6-week-old infant voices concerns about his son's stooling. He further shares that his son grunts and cries when having a bowel movement. What response by the nurse is mostappropriate?

Question 1   See full question 18s

A 2-month-old boy has inconsolable crying, is gassy, and constantly draws his legs up. It has been determined that the boy has colic. What is the best intervention to treat colic?

Question 2   See full question 47s

Debbie asks her nurse what she thinks about giving her baby a pacifier. Debbie is struggling with this issue and is very teary-eyed about making a decision. How should the nurse respond to Debbie?

Question 3   See full question 1m 3s

The mother of a 3-month-old is concerned because her daughter does not yet sit by herself. Which statement best reflects average sitting ability?

Question 4   See full question 25s

Which milestone would you expect an infant to accomplish by 8 months of age?

Question 5   See full question 53s

The nurse is assessing development of a 4-month-old boy during a well-child visit. Which observation needs further investigation?

Question 6   See full question 24s

Which developmental milestone would the nurse expect an 11-month-old infant to have achieved?

Question 7   See full question 23s

A nurse is educating a client being discharged with her newborn baby. What is the highest priority item that must be included in the teaching plan?

 

uestion 8   See full question 1m 59s

The nurse is assessing a 1-year-old at the well-child annual visit and notes the child is meeting the growth parameters. After noting the birth weight was 8 pounds (3.6 kg) and length was 20 inches (50.8 cm) long, which measurements would the nurse prepare to document for this visit?

Question 9   See full question 3m 26s

The pediatric nurse is careful to monitor and assess the growth and development of all clients. Which characteristic should the nurse prepare to assess in the infants?

Question 10   See full question 4s

The nurse is assessing an infant at the 6-month well-baby check-up. The nurse notes that at birth the baby weighed 8 lb (3.6 kg) and was 20 in (50.8 cm) in length. Which finding is most consistent with the normal infant growth and development?

Question 1   See full question 26s

A newborn infant requires skin care that includes bathing. Besides hygiene, what is another reason for bathing an infant?

Question 2   See full question 19s

Patty calls the hospital nursing hotline and asks, “My 8-week-old daughter cries 8 hours a day, and she is hard to console, is that normal?” What should the nurse's response be to this mother?

Question 3   See full question 46s

The nurse goes in to check on a new mother to see how breast-feeding is going with her new son. The nurse observes the infant is on the mother's lap with the blanket unwrapped, and the mother is washing his face, and gently stroking the baby. The mother has had trouble breastfeeding the last few times. What is the appropriate response from the nurse?

Question 4   See full question 23s

The best way for an infant's father to help his child complete the developmental task of the first year is to:

Question 5   See full question 17s

A father asks the nurse what symptoms he can expect with normal teething in his infant. What would the nurse tell him?

 

Question 6   See full question 14s

A 12-month-old seen at a walk-in clinic weighed 8 pounds 4 ounces (3.75 kg) at birth. Weight now is 20 pounds 8 ounces (9.3 kg). The nurse determines:

Question 7   See full question 1m 3s

The nurse is assessing the sleeping practices of the parents of a 4-month-old girl who wakes repeatedly during the night. Which parent comment might reveal a cause for the night waking?

Question 8   See full question 28s

The nurse is educating the mother of a 6-month-old boy about the symptoms for teething. Which symptom would the nurse identify?

Question 9   See full question 17s

The nurse is assessing the 10-month-old infant. The nurse notes the anterior fontanel has closed. What initial action by the nurse is indicated?

Question 10   See full question 40s

The mother of a 11-month-old has come to the clinic with concerns. She reports to the nurse that her baby's "soft spot in the front" is now gone. The nurse assesses the infant and notes the fontanel has closed. What response by the nurse is most appropriate?

Question 1   See full question 9s

What is the correct amount of wet diapers a mature infant should have each day?

Question 2   See full question 23s

Two parents who have financial issues ask the nurse if a borrowed crib would be okay to use for their new twin boys. Which response should the nurse use in educating the parents?

Question 3   See full question 14s

The infant weighs 7 lb 4 oz (3,248 g) at birth. If the infant is following a normal pattern of growth, what would be the expected weight for this child at the age of 12 months?

Question 4   See full question 34s

What information would you include when teaching the parents of an infant about colic?

Question 5   See full question 24s

A 5-month-old infant being assessed was born at 32 weeks. The nurse doing the well-child check-up should compare the baby to what norms?

Question 6   See full question 33s

The mother of a 1-month-old infant voices concern about her baby’s respirations. She states they are rapid and irregular. Which information should the nurse provide?

Question 7   See full question 48s

During a well-baby visit the mother of a 3-month-old infant tells the nurse that she does not understand why her baby continues to spit out food during feeding of solid foods. What is the bestresponse by the nurse?

Question 8   See full question 39s

The nurse is making a home visit and observes the 7-month-old pulling the family dog's hair and ears. Which parenting skill does the nurse determine is most effective?

Question 9   See full question 12s

A 9-month-old has been brought to the clinic for a well-child visit. The mother reports her son was born 6 weeks prematurely. During the data collection, the child's mother reports her son seems to be a few months "behind" what she recalls from her older children. What is the best response by the nurse?

Question 10   See full question 36s

The mother of a newborn reports she does not think her baby likes his formula since he spits up after only taking a small amount. Which response by the nurse is most appropriate?

  

 

Question 1   See full question 1m 7s

The mother of a 3-month-old is concerned because her daughter does not yet sit by herself. Which statement best reflects average sitting ability?

Question 2   See full question 15s

An infant is breast-fed. When assessing her stools, which findings would be typical?

  Explanation:

Question 3   See full question 12s

A staff nurse is talking about Piaget's theory with a nursing student. Infants are in the sensorimotor stage of cognitive development during which object permanence is mastered. An example of an infant displaying this ability is:

Question 4   See full question 11s

The nurse is assessing the oral cavity of a 4-month-old infant. Which finding is consistent with a child of this age?

Question 5   See full question 46s

The nurse is evaluating if nutrition counseling for new mothers has been effective. Which comments by the mothers indicate the need for more instruction? Select all that apply.

Question 6   See full question 11s

The student nurse is caring for a 2 1/2-week-old in the newborn intensive care unit. Which term is most accurate when discussing this client?

Question 7   See full question 14s

The nurse is assessing the oral cavity of a 6-month-old child. When palpating the location in which the first primary teeth erupt, which location is being assessed?

Question 8   See full question 29s

The father of a 6-week-old infant voices concerns about his son's stooling. He further shares that his son grunts and cries when having a bowel movement. What response by the nurse is mostappropriate?

Question 9   See full question 35s

The nurse is assessing a 1-year-old at the well-child annual visit and notes the child is meeting the growth parameters. After noting the birth weight was 8 pounds (3.6 kg) and length was 20 inches (50.8 cm) long, which measurements would the nurse prepare to document for this visit?

Question 10   See full question 11s

The pediatric nurse is careful to monitor and assess the growth and development of all clients. Which characteristic should the nurse prepare to assess in the infants?

 

Question 1   See full question 2m 12s

At what age would it be okay to introduce carrots to an infant's diet?

Question 2   See full question 17s

The infant weighs 6 lb 8 oz (2,912 g) at birth. If the infant is following a normal pattern of growth, what would be an expected weight for this child at the age of 4 months?

Most infants double their birth weight by 4 months of age and triple their birth weight by the time they are 1 year old.

Reference:

Kyle, T., & Carman, S. Essentials of Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed., Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer, 2017, Chapter 3: Growth and Development of the Newborn and Infant, p. 64.

Question 3   See full question 1m 26s

The nurse is examining an 8-month-old girl for appropriate development during a regular check-up. Which observation points to a developmental risk?

Question 4   See full question 1m 28s

The nurse is promoting a healthy diet to the mother of a 6-month-old. What action would have the most effect on the infant's neurologic development?

Question 5   See full question 38s

A 12-month-old seen at a walk-in clinic weighed 8 pounds 4 ounces (3.75 kg) at birth. Weight now is 20 pounds 8 ounces (9.3 kg). The nurse determines:

Question 6   See full question 1m 13s

The nurse at a family health clinic is teaching a group of parents about normal infant development. What patterns of communication should the nurse tell parents to expect from an infant at age 1?

Question 7   See full question 1m 11s

The nurse is educating the mother of a newborn about feeding practices. The nurse correctly advises the mother that:

Question 8   See full question 1m 31s

The nurse is providing a nutrition workshop for the parents of infants. The nurse understands that further instruction is required when hearing which comments from the parents? Select all that apply.

Question 9   See full question 22s

During the first visit to the pediatrician's practice the nurse is performing an admission interview and assessment of a 4-week-old infant. The mother states, "I am sure my baby girl knows my smell because she is much more settled in my arms rather than my mother's arms when she is upset." What is an appropriate response by the nurse?

Question 10   See full question 25s

The mother of an infant is confused after being told by her dentist not to let her baby go to bed with a bottle of milk. She does not agree with that suggestion. Which response should the nurse prioritize when addressing this situation with the mother?

 

Question 1   See full question 2m 22s

What is the best awake state for infant interaction?

Question 2   See full question 1m 1s

Patty calls the hospital nursing hotline and asks, “My 8-week-old daughter cries 8 hours a day, and she is hard to console, is that normal?” What should the nurse's response be to this mother?

Question 3   See full question 14s

The infant measured 20 inches (50.8 cm) at birth. If the infant is following a normal pattern of growth, which range would be an expected height for this child at the age of 12 months?

Question 4   See full question 36s

An infant is breast-fed. When assessing her stools, which findings would be typical?

Question 5   See full question 13s

The mother of an infant asks you when to begin brushing her son's teeth. Your best response would be:

Question 6   See full question 46s

Infant development is best described by which statement?

Question 7   See full question 29s

The nurse pulls the 5-month-old to sitting position from supine and notes head lag. The nurse's response is to:

Question 8   See full question 29s

The nurse is assessing the sleeping practices of the parents of a 4-month-old girl who wakes repeatedly during the night. Which parent comment might reveal a cause for the night waking?

Question 9   See full question 57s

The mother of a 1-month-old infant voices concern about her baby’s respirations. She states they are rapid and irregular. Which information should the nurse provide?

Question 10   See full question 42s

The student nurse is reviewing the records of a pediatric client. Which statement about the client's progress indicates the need for further instruction?

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Answer Key

Question 1   See full question 35s

Stacy and Matt are searching for a day care provider for their infant son Max. At discharge the couple asks their maternity nurse what to look for when finding day care providers. What response should the nurse make?

Question 2   See full question 1m 11s

The nurse is documenting the relationship between a postpartum mother and her infant. Which observation would demonstrate attachment?

Question 3   See full question 1m

What action shows an example of Erik Erikson's developmental task for the infant?

Question 4   See full question 5m 5s

The nurse is reinforcing teaching with a group of caregivers related to the nutritional needs of the infant. One caregiver asks why her 6-month-old infant needs to have solid foods when breast milk is such a good source of nutrition. What would be the best response by the nurse?

Question 5   See full question 56s

The infant measures 21.5 in. (54.6 cm) at birth. If the infant is following a normal pattern of growth, what would be an expected height for this child at the age of 6 months?

Question 6   See full question 45s

A 3-month-old still has a Moro reflex. Which statement is most true of this reflex?

Question 7   See full question 28s

A staff nurse is talking about Piaget's theory with a nursing student. Infants are in the sensorimotor stage of cognitive development during which object permanence is mastered. An example of an infant displaying this ability is:

Question 8   See full question 23s

The nurse is caring for a 5-week-old infant who is spitting up "all the time." This is the mother's first child. What should be the priority nursing intervention?

Question 9   See full question 4m 7s

The nurse is providing anticipatory guidance to the mother of a 2-month-old in relation to interpersonal development. Which behavior is most likely to occur over the next 8 weeks?

Question 10   See full question 32s

The nurse is providing anticipatory guidance regarding the respiratory development of a 4-week-old girl for her mother. Which action is accurate?

Question 11   See full question 1m 53s

The nurse is preparing a list of abilities of 10-month-olds to use in teaching a parenting group. Which ability should appear at this age?

Question 12   See full question 1m 23s

A nurse is talking to and making facial expressions at a 9-month-old baby girl during a routine office visit. What is the most advanced milestone of language development that the nurse should expect to see in this child?

Communication and Language Development, page 18

Question 13   See full question 14s

Sonograms demonstrate thumb sucking as early as in utero.

Question 14   See full question 22s

The nurse is teaching the parents of a 6-month-old boy about proper child dental care. Which action will the nurse indicate as the most likely to cause dental caries?

Question 15   See full question 12s

The nurse is teaching healthy eating habits to the parents of a 7-month-old girl. Which recommendation is the most valuable advice?

Question 16   See full question 1m 34s

The nurse is observing a 6-month-old boy for developmental progress. For which typical milestone should the nurse look?

Question 17   See full question 1m 25s

The nurse is assessing the neurological status of a 10-month-old infant. Which findings does the nurse determine to be abnormal when performing this assessment? Select all that apply.

Question 18   See full question 1m 26s

The mother of a 11-month-old has come to the clinic with concerns. She reports to the nurse that her baby's "soft spot in the front" is now gone. The nurse assesses the infant and notes the fontanel has closed. What response by the nurse is most appropriate?

Question 19   See full question 10s

When performing neurological reflexes on the infant, which primitive reflex will be present longest?

Question 20   See full question 14s

Which activity is most beneficial in the development of the newborn?

 

Question 1   See full question 2m 11s

A 2-month-old boy has inconsolable crying, is gassy, and constantly draws his legs up. It has been determined that the boy has colic. What is the best intervention to treat colic?

Question 2   See full question 29m 27s

Two parents who have financial issues ask the nurse if a borrowed crib would be okay to use for their new twin boys. Which response should the nurse use in educating the parents?

Question 3   See full question 2m 10s

The mother of a 3-month-old is concerned because her daughter does not yet sit by herself. Which statement best reflects average sitting ability?

Kyle, T., & Carman, S. Essentials of Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed., Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer, 2017, Chapter 3: Growth and Development of the Newborn and Infant, p. 72.

Question 4   See full question 1m 24s

The best way for an infant's father to help his child complete the developmental task of the first year is to:

Question 6   See full question 21s

Which milestone would you expect an infant to accomplish by 8 months of age?

Question 7   See full question 3m 2s

The nurse establishes the following plan of care based on the nursing diagnosis: Caregver role strain related to infant crying throughout night as manifested by parents stating, "We are exhausted." Which nursing interventions are included in the plan of care? Select all that apply.

Question 8   See full question 1m 31s

A 5-month-old infant being assessed was born at 32 weeks. The nurse doing the well-child check-up should compare the baby to what norms?

Question 9   See full question 51s

The nurse conducting a 6-month well-baby check-up assesses for the presence/absence of the asymmetric tonic neck reflex. At this age the reflex:

Question 10   See full question 1m 40s

A 12-month-old seen at a walk-in clinic weighed 8 pounds 4 ounces (3.75 kg) at birth. Weight now is 20 pounds 8 ounces (9.3 kg). The nurse determines:

Question 11   See full question 33s

The nurse is assessing the oral cavity of a 4-month-old infant. Which finding is consistent with a child of this age?

Question 12   See full question 1m 2s

The nurse is educating the mother of a newborn about feeding practices. The nurse correctly advises the mother that:

Kyle, T., & Carman, S. Essentials of Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed., Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer, 2017, Chapter 3: Growth and Development of the Newborn and Infant, p. 69.

Question 13   See full question 1m 4s

The student nurse is caring for a 2 1/2-week-old in the newborn intensive care unit. Which term is most accurate when discussing this client?

Question 14   See full question 54s

During the first visit to the pediatrician's practice the nurse is performing an admission interview and assessment of a 4-week-old infant. The mother states, "I am sure my baby girl knows my smell because she is much more settled in my arms rather than my mother's arms when she is upset." What is an appropriate response by the nurse?

Question 15   See full question 1m 21s

The nurse is performing an assessment on a 8-month-old infant. The infant's medical history notes that he was born at 32 weeks' gestation. The infant is progressing normally. At what adjusted age should the nurse expect the infant's developmental accomplishments?

Kyle, T., & Carman, S. Essentials of Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed., Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer, 2017, Chapter 3: Growth and Development of the Newborn and Infant, p. 64.

Question 16   See full question 48s

The nurse is assessing the 10-month-old infant. The nurse notes the anterior fontanel has closed. What initial action by the nurse is indicated?

Question 17   See full question 43s

The nurse is assessing the oral cavity of a 6-month-old child. When palpating the location in which the first primary teeth erupt, which location is being assessed?

Question 18   See full question 3m 24s

The mother of an 8-month-old infant questions the nurse about the her daughter's visual abilities. Which information may be included in the response by the nurse?

Question 19   See full question 23s

The nurse is completing a developmental assessment on a 6-month-old infant. Which findings indicate the need for additional follow-up? Select all that apply.

Question 20   See full question 21s

The nurse is assessing a 1-year-old at the well-child annual visit and notes the child is meeting the growth parameters. After noting the birth weight was 8 pounds (3.6 kg) and length was 20 inches (50.8 cm) long, which measurements would the nurse prepare to document for this visit?

 

 

Answer Key

Question 1   See full question 3m 5s

The nurse comes into an infant's room on the pediatric floor. The nurse wants to try to feed the infant for the first time since her surgery. How does the nurse know what infant state the child is in by what the mother says and that it is okay to try and feed the infant?

Question 2   See full question 43m 3s

The nurse enters her client's room to find the new mom crying softly. The nurse asks what is wrong. The mom says, “I had my heart set on breast-feeding and now my baby has a cleft lip. My dreams of breast-feeding him are destroyed.” What should the nurse tell her client about breast-feeding an infant with this diagnosis?

Question 3   See full question 2m 55s

The infant weighs 6 lb 8 oz (2,912 g) at birth. If the infant is following a normal pattern of growth, what would be an expected weight for this child at the age of 4 months?

Question 4   See full question 3m 59s

The caregivers of an infant state that their child cries when her mother leaves for even a short amount of time. What might the nurse suggest as a way to console the infant and develop a sense of security when the child's primary caregiver is out of sight?

Question 5   See full question 18s

When teaching an infant's mother about bathing her, it would be important to instruct her that:

Question 6   See full question 5m 4s

A first time breastfeeding mother phones the clinic nurse because she is concerned about her 3-month-old's stools. Which statement indicates a possible problem?

Question 7   See full question 9m 14s

A mother is discussing her 10-month-old boy with the nurse. Which comment indicates a need for teaching?

Question 8   See full question 1m 19s

What feeding practice used by the parents of an 8-month-old should the nurse discourage?

Question 9   See full question 34s

The nurse is conducting a physical examination of a 5-month-old boy. Which observation may be cause for concern about the infant's neurologic development?

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Question 10   See full question 4m 51s

The nurse is helping the mother of a 5-month-old boy understand the importance of developmentally appropriate play. Which one of the toys best meets the needs of this child?

Question 11   See full question 35s

A nurse places a toy car in front of a 6-month-old girl. She swats at it, and the car flies across the examination table and lands on the floor. She squeals with surprise and delight. When the nurse puts the toy car in front of her again, she immediately swats it again and laughs as it rolls across the table and falls to the floor again. What has the girl demonstrated?

Question 12   See full question 17m 26s

The nurse is examining a 6-month-old girl who was born 8 weeks early. Which finding is cause for concern?

Question 13   See full question 35s

The nurse is caring for the family with a 2-month-old boy with colic. The mother reports feeling very stressed by the baby’s constant crying. Which intervention would provide the most help in the short term?

Question 14   See full question 2m 14s

The parents of an 8-month-old boy voice concern to the nurse that their child is not developing motor skills as he should. What question would be appropriate for the nurse to ask in determining if their fears are warranted?

Question 15   See full question 32s

The mother of an infant questions the nurse about her baby's teething. The nurse provides client education. Which statement by the mother indicates understanding of the information provided?

Question 16   See full question 15m 34s

The nurse is reveiwing the diet of an 8-month-old infant with the mother who reveals she has been using evaporated milk to make the formula. Which additional ingredient should the nurse ensure she is including in the formula?

Question 17   See full question 1m 10s

A frustrated mother with a 9-month-old baby comes to the clinic because her son is refusing all solid food. When talking with this mother, the nurse discovers the mother has struggled with a weight problem all her life, which she attributes to being forced to eat even when she was full. Not wanting to treat her child the same way, each time her son pushes food away with his tongue she believes that he doesn't want it. Which statement would be most appropriate for the nurse to say to this mother?

, 2017, Chapter 3: Growth and Development of the Newborn and Infant, p. 85.

Question 18   See full question 2m 28s

A new mother reports that she is exhausted and that the little sleep she gets is determined by her baby. Which suggestion should the nurse prioritize to help the mother establish healthy sleeping patterns in her infant?

Question 19   See full question 10m 18s

A group of nursing students are preparing a presentation illustrating basic safety measures which can be utilized for infants. Which measures should the students prioritize in their presentation? Select all that apply.

Question 20   See full question 2m

The nurse is assessing an infant at the 6-month well-baby check-up. The nurse notes that at birth the baby weighed 8 lb (3.6 kg) and was 20 in (50.8 cm) in length. Which finding is most consistent with the normal infant growth and development?

 

Answer Key

Question 1   See full question 2m 45s

A newborn infant requires skin care that includes bathing. Besides hygiene, what is another reason for bathing an infant?

Question 2   See full question 49s

What is the correct amount of wet diapers a mature infant should have each day?

Question 3   See full question 1m 23s

A parent asks the nurse if her 2-month-old could have bananas yet. The nurse would respond and educate the parent on the nutrition stages of infants by which of these responses?

Question 4   See full question 3m 29s

The nurse goes in to check on a new mother to see how breast-feeding is going with her new son. The nurse observes the infant is on the mother's lap with the blanket unwrapped, and the mother is washing his face, and gently stroking the baby. The mother has had trouble breastfeeding the last few times. What is the appropriate response from the nurse?

Question 5   See full question 42s

The infant weighs 7 lb 4 oz (3,248 g) at birth. If the infant is following a normal pattern of growth, what would be the expected weight for this child at the age of 12 months?

Question 6   See full question 5m 16s

An infant is breast-fed. When assessing her stools, which findings would be typical?

Question 7   See full question 6m 17s

What information would you include when teaching the parents of an infant about colic?

Question 8   See full question 1m 36s

A father asks the nurse what symptoms he can expect with normal teething in his infant. What would the nurse tell him?

Question 9   See full question 1m 50s

The nurse is assessing development of a 4-month-old boy during a well-child visit. Which observation needs further investigation?

Question 10   See full question 3m 20s

Which developmental milestone would the nurse expect an 11-month-old infant to have achieved?

Reference:

Kyle, T., & Carman, S. Essentials of Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed., Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer, 2017, Chapter 3: Growth and Development of the Newborn and Infant, p. 72.

Question 11   See full question 5m 19s

A nurse is educating a client being discharged with her newborn baby. What is the highest priority item that must be included in the teaching plan?

Question 12   See full question 1m 23s

A new mother, when asked by a nurse, explains that her 4-month-old infant has been nursing regularly every 3 to 4 hours and seems satisfied. However, the mother recently introduced solid food in the form of unbuttered popcorn to the baby as a supplement, to "get her used to eating solid food." She felt that the popcorn would be safe because it is soft on the baby's gums. What should be the primary nursing diagnosis in this situation?

Question 13   See full question 51s

The nurse is assessing the sleeping practices of the parents of a 4-month-old girl who wakes repeatedly during the night. Which parent comment might reveal a cause for the night waking?

Question 14   See full question 1m 11s

The mother of a 1-month-old infant voices concern about her baby’s respirations. She states they are rapid and irregular. Which information should the nurse provide?

Question 15   See full question 1m 11s

The nurse is making a home visit and observes the 7-month-old pulling the family dog's hair and ears. Which parenting skill does the nurse determine is most effective?

Question 16   See full question 34s

A 9-month-old has been brought to the clinic for a well-child visit. The mother reports her son was born 6 weeks prematurely. During the data collection, the child's mother reports her son seems to be a few months "behind" what she recalls from her older children. What is the best response by the nurse?

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The mother of a newborn reports she does not think her baby likes his formula since he spits up after only taking a small amount. Which response by the nurse is most appropriate?

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The father of a 6-week-old infant voices concerns about his son's stooling. He further shares that his son grunts and cries when having a bowel movement. What response by the nurse is mostappropriate?

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The nurse is providing education to the woman about foods commonly associated with allergies in infants and young children. What items should be included in this list? Select all that apply.

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The pediatric nurse is careful to monitor and assess the growth and development of all clients. Which characteristic should the nurse prepare to assess in the infants?

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A teen mom asks the discharge nurse if it is okay to sleep in bed with her baby. She says her mom always did it with her siblings and it seemed okay. How should the nurse respond?

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Growth and Development of Infant Question 1 What is the correct amount of wet diapers a mature infant should have each day? Question 2 Two parents who have financial issues ask the nurse if a borrowed crib would be okay to use for their new twin boys. Which response should the nurse use in educating the parents? Question 3 The infant weighs 7 lb 4 oz (3,248 g) at birth. If the infant is following a normal pattern of growth, what would be the expected weight for this child at the age of 12 months? Question 4 Anticipatory guidance for an infant for the 4th month should include the fact that she probably will: Question 5 A 5-month-old infant being assessed was born at 32 weeks. The nurse doing the well-child check-up should compare the baby to what norms? Question 6 The student nurse is caring for a 2 1/2-week-old in the newborn intensive care unit. Which term is most accurate when discussing this client? Question 7 See full question 25s The nurse is performing an assessment on a 8-month-old infant. The infant's medical history notes that he was born at 32 weeks' gestation. The infant is progressing normally. At what adjusted age should the nurse expect the infant's developmental accomplishments? Question 8 See full question 1m A 9-month-old has been brought to the clinic for a well-child visit. The mother reports her son was born 6 weeks prematurely. During the data collection, the child's mother reports her son seems to be a few months "behind" what she recalls from her older children. What is the best response by the nurse? Question 9 See full question 15s The nurse is assessing the oral cavity of a 6-month-old child. When palpating the location in which the first primary teeth erupt, which location is being assessed? Question 10 See full question 26s The father of a 6-week-old infant voices concerns about his son's stooling. He further shares that his son grunts and cries when having a bowel movement. What response by the nurse is mostappropriate? Question 1 See full question 18s A 2-month-old boy has inconsolable crying, is gassy, and constantly draws his legs up. It has been determined that the boy has colic. What is the best intervention to treat colic? Question 2 See full question 47s Debbie asks her nurse what she thinks about giving her baby a pacifier. Debbie is struggling with this issue and is very teary-eyed about making a decision. How should the nurse respond to Debbie? Question 3 See full question 1m 3s The mother of a 3-month-old is concerned because her daughter does not yet sit by herself. Which statement best reflects average sitting ability? Question 4 See full question 25s Which milestone would you expect an infant to accomplish by 8 months of age? Question 5 See full question 53s The nurse is assessing development of a 4-month-old boy during a well-child visit. Which observation needs further investigation? Question 6 See full question 24s Which developmental milestone would the nurse expect an 11-month-old infant to have achieved? Question 7 See full question 23s A nurse is educating a client being discharged with her newborn baby. What is the highest priority item that must be included in the teaching plan? uestion 8 See full question 1m 59s The nurse is assessing a 1-year-old at the well-child annual visit and notes the child is meeting the growth parameters. After noting the birth weight was 8 pounds (3.6 kg) and length was 20 inches (50.8 cm) long, which measurements would the nurse prepare to document for this visit? Question 9 See full question 3m 26s The pediatric nurse is careful to monitor and assess the growth and development of all clients. Which characteristic should the nurse prepare to assess in the infants? Question 10 See full question 4s The nurse is assessing an infant at the 6-month well-baby check-up. The nurse notes that at birth the baby weighed 8 lb (3.6 kg) and was 20 in (50.8 cm) in length. Which finding is most consistent with the normal infant growth and development? Question 1 See full question 26s A newborn infant requires skin care that includes bathing. Besides hygiene, what is another reason for bathing an infant? Question 2 See full question 19s Patty calls the hospital nursing hotline and asks, “My 8-week-old daughter cries 8 hours a day, and she is hard to console, is that normal?” What should the nurse's response be to this mother? Question 3 See full question 46s The nurse goes in to check on a new mother to see how breast-feeding is going with her new son. The nurse observes the infant is on the mother's lap with the blanket unwrapped, and the mother is washing his face, and gently stroking the baby. The mother has had trouble breastfeeding the last few times. What is the appropriate response from the nurse? Question 4 See full question 23s The best way for an infant's father to help his child complete the developmental task of the first year is to: Question 5 See full question 17s A father asks the nurse what symptoms he can expect with normal teething in his infant. What would the nurse tell him? Question 6 See full question 14s A 12-month-old seen at a walk-in clinic weighed 8 pounds 4 ounces (3.75 kg) at birth. Weight now is 20 pounds 8 ounces (9.3 kg). The nurse determines: Question 7 See full question 1m 3s The nurse is assessing the sleeping practices of the parents of a 4-month-old girl who wakes repeatedly during the night. Which parent comment might reveal a cause for the night waking? Question 8 See full question 28s The nurse is educating the mother of a 6-month-old boy about the symptoms for teething. Which symptom would the nurse identify? Question 9 See full question 17s The nurse is assessing the 10-month-old infant. The nurse notes the anterior fontanel has closed. What initial action by the nurse is indicated? Question 10 See full question 40s The mother of a 11-month-old has come to the clinic with concerns. She reports to the nurse that her baby's "soft spot in the front" is now gone. The nurse assesses the infant and notes the fontanel has closed. What response by the nurse is most appropriate? Question 1 See full question 9s What is the correct amount of wet diapers a mature infant should have each day? Question 2 See full question 23s Two parents who have financial issues ask the nurse if a borrowed crib would be okay to use for their new twin boys. Which response should the nurse use in educating the parents? Question 3 See full question 14s The infant weighs 7 lb 4 oz (3,248 g) at birth. If the infant is following a normal pattern of growth, what would be the expected weight for this child at the age of 12 months? Question 4 See full question 34s What information would you include when teaching the parents of an infant about colic? Question 5 See full question 24s A 5-month-old infant being assessed was born at 32 weeks. The nurse doing the well-child check-up should compare the baby to what norms? Question 6 See full question 33s The mother of a 1-month-old infant voices concern about her baby’s respirations. She states they are rapid and irregular. Which information should the nurse provide? Question 7 See full question 48s During a well-baby visit the mother of a 3-month-old infant tells the nurse that she does not understand why her baby continues to spit out food during feeding of solid foods. What is the bestresponse by the nurse? Question 8 See full question 39s The nurse is making a home visit and observes the 7-month-old pulling the family dog's hair and ears. Which parenting skill does the nurse determine is most effective? Question 9 See full question 12s A 9-month-old has been brought to the clinic for a well-child visit. The mother reports her son was born 6 weeks prematurely. During the data collection, the child's mother reports her son seems to be a few months "behind" what she recalls from her older children. What is the best response by the nurse? Question 10 See full question 36s The mother of a newborn reports she does not think her baby likes his formula since he spits up after only taking a small amount. Which response by the nurse is most appropri...
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