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NCLEX & CGFNS Practice Questions

Below are recent practice questions under UNIT 111: PEDIATRIC NURSING for Integumentary 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. The nurse should assess a child suspected of having tinea capitis for which of the following? Select all that apply:


2. The nurse is caring for a 5 year-old admitted after receiving burns to more than 50% of his body. Which laboratory data should be reviewed by the nurse as a PRIORITY in the first 24 hours?


3. The nurse is performing a physical assessment on an infant with roseola. Which of the following characteristics of the skin lesions would the nurse expect to find?


4. A 12-month-old child with infantile eczema is seen at the clinic for several open lesions on the arms and legs. What should a nurse caution the child’s parents against?


5. A child has been diagnosed with periorbital cellulitis. For which of the following signs/ symptoms should the nurse assess?


6. The nurse is caring for a toddler with atopic dermatitis. The nurse should instruct the parents to?


7. A breastfed baby has thrush and a bright-red diaper rash. The baby’s mother is complaining of severe pain each time the baby feeds. The nurse suspects that which of the following organisms is likely responsible for these complaints?


8. The nurse should inform a child with atopic dermatitis that which of the following may cause a flare?



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