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NGN ATI NURS TODDLER EAQ Test Exam Questions And Answers Best Rated A+ Guaranteed Success Latest Update 2023 A parent asks the nurse what to do when the toddler has temper tantrums. What play mat... erials should the nurse suggest that the child be offered as another means of expressing anger? Wad of clay Punching bag Pegs and pounding board A nurse is evaluating a 3-year-old child's developmental progress. The inability to perform which task indicates to the nurse that there is a developmental delay? Copying a square Hopping on one foot Catching a ball reliably Using a spoon effectively A 13-month-old toddler has a respiratory tract infection with a low-grade fever. When teaching the parents, which intervention should the nurse emphasize? Encouraging high-calorie snacks to prevent weight loss Keeping the toddler wrapped in blankets to prevent shivering Giving small amounts of clear liquids frequently to prevent dehydration Using cool-water baths to prevent the toddler's fever from increasing further How should a nurse respond to parents who are concerned about separation anxiety in their 15- month-old toddler? "This is an expected developmental reaction." "You may be spending too much time with your child." "It might be helpful to leave your child with someone once in a while." "Toddlers who have separation anxiety may have difficulty when they start school." A 15-month-old child is hospitalized after ingesting toilet bowl cleaner. The mother confides that she feels guilty about leaving the cleaner where her child could get it. What is the best response by the nurse? "Anyone could make a mistake. Don't dwell on it." "Let's not worry about the past. Your child is going to get better." "It was an accident, but you should consider special locks on your closets." "That was careless of you. Please make sure that you poison-proof your house." A 2-year-old toddler has hearing loss caused by recurrent otitis media. What treatment does the nurse anticipate that the practitioner will recommend? Ear drops Myringotomy Mastoidectomy Steroid therapy A 2-year-old toddler requires close supervision to protect against potential accidents. The nurse teaches a class for parents about the learning style of toddlers. How do toddlers learn self- protection? By imitating playmates and siblings By obeying orders from mother and father By playing with age-appropriate toys and puzzles he parents of a 2-year-old child are watching the nurse administer the Denver II Developmental Screening Test to their child. They ask, "Why did you make our child draw on paper? We don't let our child draw at home." What is the best response by the nurse? "I should have asked you about drawing first." "These drawings help us determine your child’s intelligence." "It lets us test the child’s ability to perform tasks requiring the hands." "I don't understand why drawing is forbidden in your home." While obtaining the health history of a 15-month-old toddler, the child of a migrant worker, a nurse learns that the infant recently had a fever, runny nose, cough, and white spots in the mouth lasting 3 days. A rash started on the face and spread to the whole body. What communicable disease does the nurse suspect the infant suffered from? Rubella Rubeola Pertussis Varicella A nurse is assessing a 15-month-old girl at the well-child clinic. The nurse determines that further education about toddler development is necessary when the mother says what? "She's always trying to get out of her car seat." "She cries when I leave her at the daycare center." "She gets into everything and scatters toys everywhere." "She has a temper tantrum every time I put her on the potty chair." A nurse encourages parents to have their toddler's eyes tested especially for monocular strabismus. What should the nurse explain may occur if the condition is not corrected early? Dyslexia will develop. Peripheral vision will disappear. Vision in both eyes will be diminished. Amblyopia will progress in the weak eye. A nurse explains to the mother of a 1-year-old with a history of frequent ear infections that the primary cause of otitis media in young children is what? Sinusitis Recurrent tonsillitis An inflamed mastoid process An obstructed eustachian tube A 2-year-old child who has been restricted to bed rest because of a diagnosis of meningitis is now allowed out of bed. The nurse suggests going to the playroom. The child responds by shaking the head vigorously from side to side, screaming, "No! Won't!" However, the child is trying to climb out of the crib at the same time. In light of these behaviors, what is the most likely conclusion by the nurse? The child is trying to assert independence. The child is eager to resume regular play activities. The child is unsure of the difference between yes and no. The child is confused as a result of increased intracranial pressure. The parent of a 2-year-old calls a nurse who is a neighbor and reports that the child just ate several multivitamins with iron. What should the nurse say to the parent? "Give your child orange juice." "Call the Poison Control Center." "Iron-fortified multivitamins are safe for your child." "Administer an emetic—syrup of ipecac, if you have it." A nurse is observing hospitalized toddlers in the playroom. What does the nurse identify as their most important need? Stimulating play Therapeutic play Contact with their parents Gentle discipline from the nurse A nurse in the daycare center is teaching several aides about the play behavior of 2-year-old toddlers. What is this type of play called? Group Parallel Dramatic Cooperative A nurse in the pediatric clinic is examining a toddler with suspected enterobiasis (pinworm infestation). For which first sign of an infestation should the nurse assess the child? Anal itching Scaly skin patches Maculopapular rash Bald spot on the head A child sitting on a chair in a playroom starts to have a tonic-clonic seizure with a clenched jaw. What is the best initial action by the nurse? Placing the child on the floor Calling out for assistance from staff Placing a pillow under the child's head Which age range does the nurse know is classified as the toddler years? 12 to 18 months 12 to 24 months 12 to 36 months 12 to 48 [Show More]

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