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NCLEX & CGFNS Practice Questions

Below are recent practice questions under UNIT III: PEDIATRIC NURSING for Gastrointestinal Disorders. You can view your scores and the answers to all the questions by clicking on the SHOW RESULT red button at the end of the questions.

1. A baby is admitted with a diagnosis of intussusception. Which of the following signs/ symptoms would the nurse expect to see?


2. A nurse is eating in the hospital cafeteria when a toddler at a nearby table chokes on a piece of food and appears slightly blue. The appropriate INITIAL action should be to?


3. A three year-old child is treated in the emergency room after ingesting an ounce of a liquid narcotic. What FIRST action should the nurse take?


4. An infant is admitted for pyloric stenosis. Which symptoms should a nurse expect to find? Select all that apply.


5. An infant, who has had a cleft palate repair, is positioned side-lying. The rationale for this positioning is that it?


6. The nurse is caring for a 17 month-old with acetaminophen poisoning. Which of the following lab reports should the nurse review FIRST?


7. Which is the best position for an 8-year-old who has just returned to the pediatric unit after an appendectomy for a ruptured appendix?


8. A child has just been diagnosed with celiac disease. Which of the following signs and symptoms would the nurse expect the parents to report in the child’s history? Select all that apply.


9. The nurse admitting a 6 month-old boy who vomited nine times in the past six hours should observe for signs of?


10. A 14 month-old child ingested half a bottle of aspirin. Which of the following would the nurse expect to see in the child?


11. Which manifestation suggests that an infant is developing necrotizing enterocolitis(NEC)?



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