A child has been diagnosed with impetigo the nurse instructs the family to do which of the following

The nurse should teach the parents to have the child wear protective clothing and dress the child in light clothing when playing in wooded areas or going outdoors. The parents should inspect the child's skin closely for ticks after being outside in wooded areas and if any ticks are found, remove them with a tweezer, not rub them with a credit card The RN in the clinic is providing f/up instructions for a child diagnosed w/ nonbullous impetigo. Which are important for the RN to include in the teaching SATA a. complete all antibx as ordered b. the child may return to school as soon as the antibx are started c. the lesions should remain open to air for healin

Management of Infectious Disease in Schools - September 2013 HSE-66-4. IMPETIGO Date: _____ Dear Parent or Guardian, There has been a suspected case of impetigo in your child's school and your child may have been exposed Permethrin 5% (Elimite) is prescribed for a 10-year-old diagnosed with scabies. What instructions should the nurse provide for the mother? 1. Apply the lotion liberally from head to toe. 2. Wrap the child in a clean sheet after treatment. 3. Leave the lotion on for 4 to 6 hours. 4. Apply lotion only after the child has had a bath and dried.

The nurse is working with the family of a child who is bothered by a wart and tends to pick at it. The family has been trying to remove the wart with a nonprescription product. The nurse assesses to see if the family is using the correct technique with a topical agent such as Duofilm, Mediplast, or Trans-plantar to treat the wart A child has been diagnosed with cat scratch disease. The nurse explains which characteristics about this disease? a. The disease is usually a benign, self-limiting illness. b. The animal that transmitted the disease will also be ill. c. The disease is treated with a 5-day course of oral azithromycin. d

Impetigo is the most common bacterial skin infection in children two to five years of age. There are two principal types: nonbullous (70% of cases) and bullous (30% of cases). Nonbullous impetigo. The nurse has completed family teaching on the dietary restrictions. The parents are given sample menus to choose a meal for their child. The nurse explains to the mother that a child who has begun treatment for impetigo with a topical antibiotic can return to daycare: a. Immediately. b. A 3-year-old child has been diagnosed with eczema. Wash your skin sores with antibacterial soap and water. You may need to do this 2 to 3 times each day until the sores heal. If the area is crusted, gently wash the sores with gauze or a clean washcloth to remove the crust. Pat the area dry with a clean towel. Wash your hands, the washcloth, and the towel after you clean the area around the sores 1. A nurse is providing teaching to the parents of a child who has impetigo. Which of the following instructions should the nurse include in the teaching? Apply bactericidal ointment to lesions Administer acyclovir PO two times per day Soak hairbrushes in boiling water for 10min Seal soft toys in a [ The nurse instructs the parents to check their child daily for the presence of tick bites and tells the parents that if a tick is found to do which action first? Suffocate the tick with a substance such as nail polish. A child is brought to a clinic after developing a rash on the trunk and on the scalp. The parents report that the child has had a low-grade fever, has not felt like eating, and.

Impetigo occurs most commonly in children ages 2 to 5. Close contact. Impetigo spreads easily within families, in crowded settings, such as schools and child care facilities, and from participating in sports that involve skin-to-skin contact. Warm, humid weather. Impetigo infections are more common in warm, humid weather. Broken skin Impetigo is a skin infection. When it affects just the surface, it's called superficial impetigo. Impetigo can also affect deeper parts of the skin. This is called ecthyma. It may occur on healthy skin. Or it may occur where the skin was injured by a cut, scrape, or insect bite. Impetigo is most common in children from ages 2 to 5 If your child is being treated for impetigo, contact your provider if their symptoms don't improve or get worse. Call the healthcare provider if your child has a skin infection after being in contact with anyone who has impetigo. Keep your child away from others until a diagnosis has been made THe nurse notes the child has a steady gait and can use short sentences. The RN estimates the child's age to be how many months? the nurse instructs the 10 yo pt about how to collect a 24 hour urine specimen at home using a clean, empty jar. The home care nurse visits the 3 yo child diagnosed at birth w/ phenylketonuria. The nurse.

A nurse is providing discharge instructions to the parents of a child with strabismus of the right eye. The health care provider has prescribed patching for the child, and the parent is instructed in the procedure. Which statement by the parent indicates the teaching has been effective? 1. I will place the patch on the left eye. 2 Chapter 24: Nursing Care of the Child with an Integumentary Disorder. The nurse is caring for a 1-week-old child with a feeding intolerance. The mother expresses a concern with white scales that have began to flake off the infant's scalp and she asks the nurse what she can do to prevent this

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The nurse is teaching a parent with a 2-month-old infant who has been diagnosed with colic about ways to relieve colic. Which statement by the parent indicates the need for additional teaching? a. I should let my infant cry for at least 30 minutes before I respond. b. I will swaddle my infant tightly with a soft blanket. c Pertussis is a respiratory infection that is very contagious and caused by bordetella pertussis. It is preventable with the DTaP immunization, which is given at 2, 4, 6, 15 mo and 4-6 years. There are 2 stages to the disease, the first pretty much just looks like an upper respiratory tract infection and the second is when the cough progresses.

If a child vomits two or more times within 24 hours, they will need to stay home for at least 24 hours to ensure they are not contagious. Please call the school nurse if your child has been diagnosed with a contagious condition such as pink eye, strep throat, chicken pox, head lice, impetigo, ringworm, flu or has vomiting and/or diarrhea. Isotretinoin (Clavaris) has been prescribed for an adolescent with a diagnosis of severe cystic acne. The nurse provides instructions to the adolescent regarding the use of the medication. Which statement, if made by the adolescent, indicates a need for further instruction? 1. I will return to the clinic for blood tests. 2 Sputum culture 56. A child is diagnosed with tinea capitis of the scalp. Oral griseofulvin (Gris-PEG) has been prescribed for the child, and the nurse provides instructions regarding the administration of the medication. Which instructions should the nurse provide to the mother A nurse is providing teaching to the parents of a child who has impetigo. Which of the following instructions should the nurse include in the teaching? Apply bactericidal ointment to lesions Administer acyclovir PO two times per day Soak hairbrushes in boiling water for 10min Seal soft toys in a plastic bag for 14 days 2 Impetigo is a skin infection that's very contagious but not usually serious. It often gets better in 7 to 10 days if you get treatment. Anyone can get it, but it's very common in young children. Check if you have impetigo. Impetigo starts with red sores or blisters, but the redness may be harder to see in brown and black skin

  1. ister two different types of insulin. Which observation indicates to the nurse that teaching has been successful? Draws up the short acting insulin into the syringe first. 43. A nurse is admitting a child to the hospital with a diagnosis of giardiasis
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  3. Impetigo is a highly contagious bacterial skin infection. It's caused by the Staphylococcus aureus bacteria and most commonly affects young children, although anyone can get it if infected
  4. Child Health - Infectious & Communicable Disease. The mother of a 6-year-old child arrives at a clinic because the child has been experiencing scratchy, red, and swollen eyes. The nurse notes a discharge from the eyes and sends a culture to the laboratory for analysis. Chlamydial conjunctivitis is diagnosed. On the basis of this diagnosis, the.
  5. A 9-year-old child with leukemia is in remission and has returned to school. The school nurse calls the mother of the child and tells the mother that a classmate has just been diagnosed with chickenpox. The mother immediately calls the clinic nurse because the leukemic child has never had chickenpox
  6. Do not take this medicine after the expiration date on the label has passed. Expired tetracycline can cause a dangerous syndrome resulting in damage to the kidneys. Tetracycline passes into breast milk and may affect bone and tooth development in a nursing baby. Do not take this medication without telling your doctor if you are breast-feeding a.

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The mother reports that the child has had a low-grade fever, has not felt like eating, and has been generally tired. The child is diagnosed with chickenpox, and the mother inquires about the communicable period associated with chickenpox. The nurse plans to base the response on which of the following? 1. The communicable period is unknown. 2 ATI.CHILD CARE 1.0 1 A child diagnosed with asthma begins corticosteroid treatments. The nurse explains to the parents that the purpose of corticosteroid treatment is to produce which therapeutic effect? Dilation of bronchial airways Decrease bronchospasms Prevention of infection Anti-inflammatory effect 2 Which is the recommended treatment for moderate to severe lead poisoning A child who has been diagnosed with chickenpox is admitted to the hospital. The facility does not have a private room available, so the staff places the child in a room shared with another child who also has the chickenpox. This placement technique is known as which of the following? Cohortin The nurse is called to a neighbor's house in the middle of a blizzard. The neighbor states that she is at 39 weeks gestation with her second baby. She has been having contractions for several hours. The woman states the baby has been in an LOA position for 3 weeks. The woman has been unable to obtain assistance because the roads are impassable

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  1. Overview Autosomal recessive trait Mutation of cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR) gene leading to buildup of mucus that obstructs pathways in the body. Life expectancy is 37 years old (According to the NIH, 2016) Most common cause of death is respiratory failure Nursing Points General Primary clinical features Mechanical obstruction caused by very thick [
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  3. There are 4 different types Spastic, Dyskinetic, Ataxic and Mixed. Spastic CP causes stiff muscles and contractures. It is the most common and the part of the brain that is damaged is the cerebral cortex. Dyskinetic causes uncontrolled movements and the part of the brain affected is the basal ganglia
  4. Welcome to your NCLEX reviewer and practice questions for integumentary system disorders. In this nursing test bank, test your competence on the concepts of integumentary system disorders.It is crucial for nurses to have the knowledge of the normal anatomy, physiology, and assessments of the integument when providing nursing care for clients with disorders of the skin, hair, and nails
  5. Clinic. The MBCA Clinic is under the leadership of Ms. Christine Laird, R.N., B.S.N. Ms. Laird and her team of Registered Nurses provide exceptional care to the students, faculty, and staff needing treatment for allergies, asthma, illness, and injury. Please read below for more information on medication and immunization records. Allergies. Asthma

A child who has impetigo. A child who has viral pneumonia. 43.A nurse is planning to administer immunizations to a 2-month -old infant. Which of the following actions should the nurse take to decrease the infant pain. apply a warm pack to the injection site prior to administration. Ask the parent to leave the room during the injections Antibiotics. If tonsillitis is caused by a bacterial infection, your doctor will prescribe a course of antibiotics. Penicillin taken by mouth for 10 days is the most common antibiotic treatment prescribed for tonsillitis caused by group A streptococcus. If your child is allergic to penicillin, your doctor will prescribe an alternative antibiotic

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The first time a child develops wheezing, it can be difficult to know if it is caused by bronchiolitis or asthma. Most cases of first time wheezing are caused by a virus. A history of recurrent wheezing episodes and a family or personal history of asthma, nasal allergies, or eczema help to support a diagnosis of asthma painful or has been present beyond 24 hours should be evaluated by a licensed health professional that same day. 3. Are there any associated symptoms, such as cold, cough? Sore throat associated with upper respiratory symptoms is likely to be caused by a virus. 4. Does the student have the following symptoms: headache, rash, chills, or. The parent/guardian has the ultimate responsibility to ensure their child is free of live lice and (live) viable nits. The parent is responsible for the care of their child's scalp and hair. The parent should carefully check their child's scalp and hair once each week. Many people think that itching is a good indicator of evidence of lice

The nurse counsels the mother of a child diagnosed with impetigo. The nurse notes that the infection has not improved and learns the mother has not been caring for the child's skin because it takes too much time. It is MOST important for the nurse to assess for which of the following? 1. White patches on buccal mucosa. 2. Hearing loss. 3 Nurse's Notes. It is our goal here in Sparta to provide your children with a safe and healthy environment in which to learn. Please notify the school as soon as possible of any medical concerns that your child may have. This information will help us meet your child's medical needs here at school Kingsport City Schools (KCS) is a public school district located in Kingsport, Tenn., serving students in Sullivan and Hawkins county. The district is comprised of 13 schools, including a Pre-K, eight elementary schools, two middle schools, one high school, a high school program of choice, and an alternative learning program; with total enrollment over 7,600 students

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If you don't know where to go for shots or do not have health insurance, contact your child's school nurse. New vaccine requirement for all 12th graders in 2020-21 school year There is a new state requirement for all 12th grade students to have proof of a second meningococcal vaccine at the start of next school year Generally speaking, any child with a fever of 100.0 and above, or an illness with fever that produces chills muscle aches, sore throat, or sweating, should remain at home until 24 hours after the fever has resolved without fever reducing medicine, however due to the COVID-19 pandemic, please refer to the above guidelines. Strep-throat, Conjunctivitis or impetigo (a rash with pustules) requires. feeding problem, and no other health problem has been identified, then this first office visit should be coded and billed as an established patient well-child visit. CPT code 99391 ICD -9-CM V20.32 ( (and any other indicated diagnosis codes, e.g., for jaundice or feeding problem) In any well visit, the clinician is expected to spend tim A health care provider will prescribe antibiotic medication, and the child should stay home for 24 hours after starting treatment. Ringworm is a fungal infection that is treated with topical creams. Ringworm is contagious as long as the rash is there, but children with this condition may return to school if the area can be covered 1. Have child describe symptoms and when it began 2. Check for fever or further signs of infectious process 3. May only administer medication if it has been brought by parent/guardian in original bottle with note from parent and/or physician with exact instructions including dosage, time, and length of medication. 4

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NCLEX: Respiratory Neuro GI Ortho Cardio GI Endocrine Integumentary Integumentary NCLEX A client with dermatitis has been prescribed a topical corticosteroid for use on the affected areas and the nurse has reinforced instructions about the use of this medication. Which statement by the client indicates a need for further teaching? Collagenase Santyl is prescribed for a client with a. People can carry GAS and have no symptoms of illness or they may develop relatively mild skin infections, including impetigo. How does impetigo spread? Group A Streptococcus (GAS) or strep can be transmitted through direct person-to-person contact with someone who has the infection. GAS can also be picked up indirectly through contact with an. A nurse is instructing a mother on how to care for a child who has impetigo contagiosa. Which of the following should the nurse plan to include in her education of the mother? A. Isolate this child from others in his family. B. Wash toys with soap and very hot water. C. Vaccine the other family members for the disease Do not wear the same pair of gloves for the care of more than one patient. Do not wash gloves for the purpose of reuse since this practice has been associated with transmission of pathogens: IB: IV.B.2.d. Change gloves during patient care if the hands will move from a contaminated body-site (e.g., perineal area) to a clean body-site (e.g., face.

Atopic dermatitis, also known as atopic eczema, is a chronic pruritic skin condition affecting approximately 17.8 million persons in the United States. It can lead to significant morbidity. A. Diagnosis . Talk to your pediatrician if you think that your child might have a staph infection or if you are concerned about MRSA. The diagnosis of most skin infections is made by the pattern of symptoms and physical exam findings Contagiousness: Impetigo is quite contagious. Do not share your child's towel or washcloth. Keep your child out of school until she has taken oral antibiotics for 24 hours. For mild impetigo treated with an antibiotic ointment, the child can continue to attend day care or school if the sore is covered with a Band-aid Do not share cephalexin with another person, even if they have the same symptoms you have. This medicine can affect the results of certain medical tests. Tell any doctor who treats you that you are using cephalexin. Store the tablets and capsules at room temperature away from moisture, heat, and light. Store the liquid medicine in the. Pneumonia is an infection in one or both lungs. Pneumonia can be caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi, or parasites. Viruses are usually the cause of pneumonia in children. Children with viral pneumonia can also develop bacterial pneumonia. Often, pneumonia begins after an infection of the upper respiratory tract (nose and throat)

In order to prevent the spread of illnesses in the Nursery the following regulations apply: 1. Please DO NOT send your child to school if they have: A skin rash. Any unidentified rashes or spots need to be diagnosed by a Doctor prior to Nursery attendance. A letter of diagnosis is required, with advice on nursery attendance before they return Glomerulonephritis signs and symptoms include: Pink or cola-colored urine from red blood cells in your urine (hematuria) Foamy urine due to excess protein (proteinuria) High blood pressure (hypertension) Fluid retention (edema) with swelling evident in your face, hands, feet and abdomen The nurse's first duty was thus to explain why the child had been sent home from school. The nurse next told the parents what must be done in order to make the child well and able to return to school. She often included a practical demonstration on how to treat an illness while giving instructions Clinical presentation. Patient history plays a significant part in the diagnosis of scabies, with the presence of nocturnal and heat-aggravated pruritis, chronicity of symptoms and contact history all raising suspicion of the infestation (Fox and Usatine 2006, Tidman and Tidman 2013).To avoid delay in diagnosis and treatment, it is important to be aware that clinical manifestation can differ.

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Know what to expect if your child does not take the medicine or have the test or procedure. If your child has a follow-up appointment, write down the date, time, and purpose for that visit. Know how you can contact your child's provider after office hours. This is important if your child becomes ill and you have questions or need advice INTRODUCTION . 1.0 Legal Base. The legal base for these licensing regulations is in 31 Del.C. §§341-345 and 29 Del.C. §9003(a)(7).. 2.0 Purpose. The purpose of these regulations is to protect and support the health, safety, well-being, and positive development of children who receive care in early care and education and school-age centers 168. child who has already been admitted to the Family Child Care Home manifests any of the illnesses or symptoms specified in Requirements 159-160, the Caregiver shall ensure that the child's individual needs for rest, comfort, food, drink and appropriate activity are met until the child can be picked up by the parent(s) or suitably cared for. The echocardiogram reveals and ejection fraction of 38%. The nurse practitioner knows that these findings are consistent with: Mitral regurgitation Systolic heart failure Cardiac myxoma Diastolic heart failure • Question 26 Maxine, Age 76, has just been given a diagnosis of pneumonia

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A diagnosis of dyspraxia can be made by a clinical psychologist, an educational psychologist, a pediatrician, or an occupational therapist.Any parent who suspects their child may have dyspraxia. Although you may have been exposed to COVID-19, you do not currently have any symptoms. COVID-19 symptoms start, on the average, 5 days after the last exposure. The onset can range from 2 to 14 days. Since it's been less than 14 days, you are still at risk for coming down with COVID-19. You need to watch for symptoms until 14 days have passed to school requires the following: 1. The parent/guardian is to provide transportation for student to school 2. The student is to be examined by the school nurse before class 3. The school nurse will report to the building principal that condition has been rectified. 4. No evidence of the condition remains. 5

In addition to the person diagnosed with scabies, it may be necessary to treat the patient's family and those who have close contact with the patient. At this point, the patient's bedspreads, duvet covers, towels and clothes should be washed in hot water at least 3 days before starting the medication and drying of the items in the hot dryer. Vomiting is the forceful emptying (throwing up) of what is in the stomach. It's normal for nausea (upset stomach) to come before each bout of vomiting. Diarrhea means 3 or more watery or very loose stools. Reason: 1 or 2 loose stools can be normal with changes in diet. If vomiting is done, use the Diarrhea care guide National Athletic Trainers' Association Position Statement: Skin Diseases. Address correspondence to National Athletic Trainers' Association, Communications Department, 2952 Stemmons Freeway, Dallas, TX 75247. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC

Swanson's Family Medicine Review 2017Ch. 104 - Failure to Thrive and Short Stature. An 8-month-old infant is brought to the emergency department by his mother for an assessment of an upper respiratory tract infection. He has been coughing for the past 3 days and has had a runny nose. On examination, his temperature is 37.5° C A child has been diagnosed with acute renal failure secondary to an infectious organism. The nurse would question the medical order for; Aqueous penicillin c. Antihyperfensives . Gentamicin ( Garamycin) d. Corticosteruiods . The nurse admits children with the following diseases to the unit after it is determined or suspected that a child has an illness or condition for which exclusion is required. (3) Followup after exclusion of a child by staff at the time the child is brought to the child care group setting to ensure that the condition which required exclusion has been resolved