Pediatric Nursing Questions | Child Health Nursing Important Questions

Child Health Nursing Important Questions

Total Quiz Questions=20
Mark/Question= 5
Total Marks=100
Best Pediatric Nursing Quiz Questions quizzes. You must try these nursing questions and answers before appearing any nursing interview, staff nurse exam or nursing school exam. It will be helpful for both nurses and student nurses.

1. The nurse is caring for an infant following a cleft lip repair. While comforting the infant, which should avoid by a nurse?

A). Holding the infant.
B). Offering a pacifier.
C). Providing a mobile.
D). Offering sterile water.

2. Which of the following snacks would be suitable for the child with gluten-induced enteropathy?

A). Soft oatmeal cookie.
B). Buttered popcorn.
C). Peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
D). Cheez pizza.

3. Which of the following may indicate when a newborn is a failure to pass meconium within the first 24 hours?

A). Hirschsprung disease.
B). Celiac disease.
C). Intussusception.
D). Abdominal wall defect.

4. Which developmental task is associated with middle childhood, according to Erikson’s growth and development theory?

A). Trust.
B). Initiative.
C). Independence.
D). Industry.

5. Which play activity is best suited to the gross motor skills of the toddler?

A). Coloring book and crayons.
B). Ball.
C). Building cubes.
D). Swing set.

6. Phototherapy is ordered for a newborn with physiological jaundice. The nurse caring for the infant should?

A). Offer sterile water between formula feeding.
B). Apply an emollient to the baby’s skin.
C). Wear gown, gloves, and a mask while caring for the infant.
D). Place the baby on enteric isolation.

7. A 2-months old infant has just received her first Tetramune injection. The nurse should tell the mother that the immunization:-

a.Will need to be repeated when the child is 4 years of age.
b. is one of a series of injections that protects against DPT and Hib.
c. is given to determine whether the child is susceptible to Pertusis.
d. is one-time injection that protects against MMR and Varicella.

8. What is the primary purpose of keeping a child with croup, is placed in a cool, high humidity tent connected to room air?

a. Prevent insensible water loss.
b. Provide a moist environment with oxygen at 30%.
c. Prevent dehydration and reduce fever.
d. Liquefy secretions and relieve laryngospasm.

9. Which of the following finding should be reported immediately when a nurse caring for an 8-year old following a routine tonsillectomy?

a. Reluctance to swallow.
b. Drooling of blood tinged saliva.
c. An axillary temperature of 99 degree Fahrenheit.
d. Respiratory stridor.

10. Which of the following is a treatment of choice for a child with lead poisoning?

a. Gastric lavage.
b. Chelating agents.
c. Antiemetics.
d. Activated Charcol.

11. which of the following assessment findings would lead the nurse to suspect Down Syndrome in an Infant?

a. Small tongue.
b. Transverse palmar crease.
c. Large nose.
d. Restricted joint movement.

12. Which of the developmental milestone puts the 4-months old infant at greatest risk for injury?

a. switching objects from one hand to another.
b. Crawling.
c. Standing.
d. Rolling over.

13. Which of the common side effects may experience to a child with cystic fibrosis treating with inhalation therapy with Pulmozyme or (domase alfa)?

a. Hair loss.
b. Weight gain.
c. Sore throat.
d. Brittle nails.

14. Which position is best for a newborn with exstrophy of the bladder?

a. Prone.
b. Supine.
c. On either side.
d. With the head elevated.

15. How to administer ear drops to a 2-year old child?

a. Pull the ear down and back.
b. Pull the ear straight out.
c. Pull the ear up and back.
d. Leave the ear undisturbed.

16. How to do chest percussion for a child with cystic fibrosis?

a. Use the heel of hand during percussion.
b. change the child’s position every 20 minutes.
c. do percussion after the child eats and at bedtime.
d. use cupped hands during percussion.

17. Which of the following pediatric patients are at greatest risk for latex allergy?

a. the child with a myelomeningocele.
b. the child with epispadiasis
c. the child with coxa plana.
d. the child with rheumatic fever.

18. What is hypospadias?

a. the urinary meatus is located on the underside of the penis rather than the tip.
b. the ureters allow a reflux of urine into the kidneys.
c. the urinary meatus is located on the top side of the penis rather than the tip.
d. The bladder lies outside the abdominal cavity.

19. The nurse notes a swelling on the neonate’s scalp that crosses the suture line. What is this assessment finding?

a. Cephal hematoma.
b. Caput succedaneum.
c. hemorrhage edema.
d. Perinatal caput.

20. What is the use of the administration of the Denver Developmental Screening Test or (DDST) to a five months old infant?

a. To assess the intelligent quotient.
b. to assess the emotional development.
c. to assess the social and physical activities.
d. to assess the pre-disposition to genetic and allergic illness.

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