11. Samantha, age 5 years, tells the nurse that she “needs : 1361514

11. Samantha, age 5 years, tells the nurse that she “needs : 1361514.


11. Samantha, age 5 years, tells the nurse that she “needs a Band-Aid” where she had an injection. Which is the best nursing action?

a.Apply a Band-Aid.

b.Ask her why she wants a Band-Aid.

c.Explain why a Band-Aid is not needed.

d.Show her that the bleeding has already stopped.

12. Kimberly, age 3 years, is being admitted for about 1 week of hospitalization. Her parents tell the nurse that they are going to buy her “a lot of new toys, because she will be in the hospital.” The nurse’s reply should be based on an understanding of which concept?

a.New toys make hospitalization easier.

b.New toys are usually better than older ones for children of this age.

c.At this age, children often need the comfort and reassurance of familiar toys from home.

d.Buying new toys for a hospitalized child is a maladaptive way to cope with parental guilt.

13. Matthew, age 18 months, has just been admitted with croup. His parent is tearful and tells the nurse, “This is all my fault. I should have taken him to the doctor sooner so he wouldn’t have to be here.” Which is appropriate in the care plan for this parent who is experiencing guilt?

a.Clarify misconception about the illness.

b.Explain to parent that the illness is not serious.

c.Encourage parent to maintain a sense of control.

d.Assess further why parent has excessive guilt feelings.

14. A 14-year-old boy is being admitted to the hospital for an appendectomy. Which roommate should the nurse assign with this patient?

a.A 4-year-old boy with first day post-appendectomy surgery

b.A 6-year-old boy with pneumonia

c.A 15-year-old boy admitted with a vasoocclusive sickle cell crisis

d.A 12-year-old boy with cellulitis

15. The nurse is caring for an adolescent who had an external fixator placed after suffering a fracture of the wrist during a bicycle accident. Which statement by the adolescent should be expected about separation anxiety?

a.“I wish my parents could spend the night with me while I am in the hospital.”

b.“I think I would like for my siblings to visit me but not my friends.”

c.“I hope my friends don’t forget about visiting me.”

d.“I will be embarrassed if my friends come to the hospital to visit.”

16. A nurse is preparing to complete an admission assessment on a 2-year-old child. The child is sitting on the parent’s lap. Which technique should the nurse implement to complete the physical exam?

a.Ask the parent to place the child in the hospital crib.

b.Take the child and parent to the exam room.

c.Perform the exam while the child is on the parent’s lap.

d.Ask the child to stand by the parent while completing the exam.

17. A school-age child, admitted for intravenous antibiotic therapy for osteomyelitis, reports difficulty in going to sleep at night. Which intervention should the nurse implement to assist the child in going to sleep at bedtime?

a.Request a prescription for a sleeping pill.

b.Allow the child to stay up late and sleep late in the morning.

c.Create a schedule similar to the one the child follows at home.

d.Plan passive activities in the morning and interactive activities right before bedtime.

18. A previously “potty-trained” 30-month-old child has reverted to wearing diapers while hospitalized. The nurse should reassure the parents that this is normal because of which reason?

a.Regression is seen during hospitalization.

b.Developmental delays occur because of the hospitalization.

c.The child is experiencing urinary urgency because of hospitalization.

d.The child was too young to be “potty-trained.”

19. A child is playing in the playroom. The nurse needs to do a blood pressure on the child. Which is the appropriate procedure for obtaining the blood pressure?

a.Take the blood pressure in the playroom.

b.Ask the child to come to the exam room to obtain the blood pressure.

c.Ask the child to return to his or her room for the blood pressure, then escort the child back to the playroom.

d.Document that the blood pressure was not obtained because the child was in the playroom.

20. A nurse in the emergency department is assessing a 5-year-old child with symptoms of pneumonia and a fever of 102° F. Which intervention can the nurse implement to promote a sense of control for the child?

a.None, this is an emergency and the child should not participate in care.

b.Allow the child to hold the digital thermometer while taking the child’s blood pressure.

c.Ask the child if it is OK to take a temperature in the ear.

d.Have parents wait in the waiting room.

21. A nurse is admitting a toddler to the hospital. The parent needs to leave for a brief period. Which figure depicts the reaction the nurse expects from the child?




1. A child has just been unexpectedly admitted to the intensive care unit after abdominal surgery. The nursing staff has completed the admission process, and the child’s condition is beginning to stabilize. When speaking with the parents, the nurses should expect which stressors to be evident? (Select all that apply.)

a.Unfamiliar environment

b.Usual day-night routine

c.Strange smells

d.Provision of privacy

e.Inadequate knowledge of condition and routine

2. A nurse plans therapeutic play time for a hospitalized child. Which are the benefits of therapeutic play? (Select all that apply.)

a.Serves as method to assist disturbed children

b.Allows the child to express feelings

c.The nurse can gain insight into the child’s feelings.

d.The child can deal with concerns and feelings.

e.Gives the child a structured play environment

3. A child is being discharged from an ambulatory care center after an inguinal hernia repair. Which discharge interventions should the nurse implement? (Select all that apply.)

a.Discuss dietary restrictions.

b.Hold any analgesic medications until the child is home.

c.Send a pain scale home with the family.

d.Suggest the parents fill the prescriptions on the way home.

e.Discuss complications that may occur.

4. A child is being admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU) and the parents are with the child. Which creates stressors for children and parents in ICUs? (Select all that apply.)

a.Equipment noise


c.Caring behavior by the nurse

d.Unfamiliar smells

e.Sleep deprivation

5. A nurse is interviewing the parents of a toddler about use of complementary or alternative medical practices. The parents share several practices they use in their household. Which should the nurse document as complementary or alternative medical practices? (Select all that apply.)

a.Use of acetaminophen (Tylenol) for fever

b.Administration of chamomile tea at bedtime

c.Hypnotherapy for relief of pain

d.Acupressure to relieve headaches

e.Cool mist vaporizer at the bedside for “stuffiness”



11. Samantha, age 5 years, tells the nurse that she “needs : 1361514

Get a Quick Quote

Approximately 250 words
Total price (USD) $: 10.99

Let us do the hard and easy stuff in nursing for you

Find an experts in Nursing Papers and kickstart your grades today with NursingPapersLib.com

Best nursing assignment writers

It is easy to promise the availability of help with nursing assignments but without the best nursing assignment writers in the industry, such promises can turn out to be hot air. Our expert nursing writing services feature seasoned professionals who have been providing nursing writing help and consultation services for a long time. Irrespective of the year of study or practice students are involved in, the best nursing assignment writers know the nuances of nursing student’s needs. There is no better way to assure you of the best nursing writing services than providing nursing writing help from peers who are ahead of you and have only the best interests at heart. Only the best nursing assignment writers will handle your request for the best nursing writing service because your communication can get through to them. Knowing the potential nursing writing help that you seek from the way you frame your request is the hallmark of a writer who provides expert nursing writing services. This is because, with their knowledge, there is likely less room for misunderstood requests when you are seeking the best nursing writing service you need.

How it Works

Place an Order

Provide your contact information, select an order type, and describe your requirements. This isn’t going to take long!

Image showing step 1 of making an order
Image showing how to make payment for your order

Select an Appropriate Writer

We’ll match your specifications with our available authors after we have all of the relevant information concerning your order.

Image showing how to download your completed results

Enjoy the End Product

One of our specialists will fulfill your purchase according to your specifications so that you are happy with the end result.

Why Choose us?

Free Revisions

We understand that not always out tutors could catch all details required which arises a s a result of miscommunication or inadequate information provided. However, we are always eager to provide you with free revisions till we get it right with your Nursing Papers.

Quality Non-plagiarized Nursing Papers

Our Professional Team of Nursing Writers always adhere to quality standards and plagiarism policy. Furthermore, we employ Quality Control Tools to ensure you get Custom Written Nursing Paper. Every paper is reviewed by an independent editor for syntax errors before submission

Professional Nursing Writers

At NursingPapersLib.com, we specialize in Nursing Homework Help Services only. Thus, this allows us to cater to our nursing students and get high qualified nursing tutors who will deliver exceptional results in nursing papers

Flexible Pricing

We always endear to provide best prices that matches our quality and your budget. This is why we provide a pricing mechanism based off several factors such as length, level of education and type of assignment. our pricing are highly competitive across the industry standard prices.