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ATI Pediatric Proctored Online Assessment Week 7

ATI Pediatric Proctored Online Assessment Week 7
1. A nurse is assessing a toddler who has acute nephrotic syndrome. Which of the following findings should the nurse report to the provider?
a. X ?Yellow nasal discharge
b. Yellow or green nasal discharge is an indication of an upper respiratory infection. Children who have nephrotic syndrome are at constant risk for infection. The nurse should report this manifestation to the provider so the child can receive appropriate and prompt treatment.
c. ?Facial edema
d. MY ANSWER
e. ?Facial edema is an expected manifestation of nephrotic syndrome.
f. ?Poor appetite
g. ?Poor appetite is an expected manifestation of nephrotic syndrome.
h. ?Irritability
i. ?Irritability is an expected manifestation of nephrotic syndrome.

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  • Course: Nursing
  • Subject: ATI PEDIATRIC
  • Subject code: ATI PEDIATRIC
  • Date of exam: Winter
  • Year of study: 2021
  • Document
  • Section: Examinations
  • Made on: 04-08-2022
  • Type: .pdf
  • Pages: 10
  • Language: English

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