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2. Until when is the female body reproductively immature? why?
3. Which will decrease risk of acute otitis media in 6 month old?
4. Able... [Show More] to stand on one foot
5. Testing cranial nerve II in infant
6. Which is true of infants with developmental dysplasia of the hip?
7. Head circumference should be measured until a child has attained
8. 6 wk old is suspected of having developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH). What test would best assess for this?
9. 2 month old has asymetricmoro reflex. which statement is true?
10. Risk assessment for dyslipidemia should begin at
11. MMR is safe in children
12. Tanner stage 4 in females
13. Burn from coffee, moist red to ivory white, blisters are noted and painful
14. 6-8 yr old child able to
15. Palpable thrill in left upper sternal border region
16. Child in MVC, burns to lower extremities. dry waxy whitish appearance with visualization of tibialis anterior
17. At what age does infant try to repeat words heard?
18. Priority intervention in caring for a child diagnosed with atopic dermatitis should be
19. Infants who exhibit an absence of cry are born:
20. Children presenting with congenital heart defects that result in right to left shunting would most likely exhibit which of the following symptoms?
21. Extremely rapid and shallow respirations in a newborn could be consistent with:
22. In an infant, a repetitive, short expiratory sound is known as
23. which of the following neurological assessment findings indicate the need for further evaluation?
24. Eyelid edema and purulent discharge from eyes is
25. Sexual maturity rating in girls: characteristics of stage 3 include
26. When examining abdomen of infant, simultaneous percussion and auscultation is one technique for assessing the size of the
27. The 4 classic structural defects of tetralogy of fallot include:
28. When is breastfeeding contraindicated
29. Physiologic vs pathologic jaundice- based on what?
30. Infant must learn to sit before standing
31. Hip dysplasia
32. CAP in 6 yr old still febrile after 72 hrs on zithromax
33. A-typical pneumonia
34. Child with mod persistent asthma with dx of pneumonia
35. Scarlet fever with sandpaper rash -causative organism
36. Able to stand on one foot
37. First sign of sexual maturation in males
38. Pneumococcal vaccine
39. 18 month old with bronchiolitis and RR 28, treatment
40. Tachycardia in school aged child
41. A patient with CF should
42. A chronic medical problem is one that is present for
43. The GOLD STANDARD test for diagnosing CF
44. Findings of a peritonsillar abscess include all of the following except
45. Precocious puberty
46. (15 mo old) After treatment with Amoxicillin for OM, 2 wkrechk = still red TM and distorted landmarks with nasal discharge yellowish, treatment?
47. Asthma is a chronic lung disease characterized by airway hyperresponsiveness, reversible airway obstruction and
49. Given as a supplement in delayed puberty
50. Allergic symptoms = nasal congestion, sneezing, watery eyes, difficulty sleeping and ...
51. Leukocoria is usually indicative of
52. 12 mo old develops nonpuritic rash after immunization, which one is likely responsible
53. Typical CXR finding consistent with asthma
54. Supportive feature in diagnosing constitutional delay of puberty
55. Average adolescent female experiences biggest growth spurt at age
56. Pubarche in adolescent girls
57. 14 yr old with fatigue, endocartitis, pulmonary hypertension, arrhythmias, CHF, you suspect he may have
58. Adolescents should be screened for STD
59. Thelarche in adolescent girls
60. Average age of male puberty in US
61. Natural part of cultural and ethnic background
62. Common symptom of Leukemia
63. Breast milk can be stored safely in the freezer for
64. Most common esophageal disroder in children
65. Infants weighing less than 1700g(4 lb) at birth are more likely to have
66. Gold standard for diagnosing reflux
67. Infantile colic in infants younger than 3 months is characterized by
68. Hirschsprung disease
69. Symptoms of Hirschsprung disease in older child
71. Turner's Syndrome
72. ADHD meds are schedule ___
73. Top causes of death in teens
74. Patent ductus Arteriosis
75. Transposition of the Great Arteries
77. Only po diabetic agent approved for use in children
78. DM type I
79. Juvenile RA
80. You are obtaining the history and physical information for a child with juvenile RA whose symptoms have been controlled with aspirin therapy. Which information about this patient will concern you most?
81. Hgb A1c goals
82. Congenital hypothyroidism
83. Ortolani& Barlow
85. Can walk backwards
86. Roseola (exanthemsubitum)
87. Roseola Infantum(ExanthemSubitum)
88. Bloody diarrhea, abd pain, vomiting, oliguria, pallor, GI bleeding, HTN
89. Infants with cerebral palsy
91. The most accurate pain assessment in pediatric population
92. Clinical features of Kawasaki disease
93. Purpose of obtaining a developmental history
94. Diabetes Insipidus
95. Causes of delayed puberty
96. Pt with Cystic Fibrosis
98. Peritonsillar abscess will have
99. Precocious puberty
100. OM recheck after treatment with Amoxicillin, remains distorted with drainage, best course of action
101. Asthma a chronic lung disease characterized by
103. Allergic symptoms: nasal congestion, sneezing, watery eyes, difficulty sleeping and _________
104. Typical x-ray finding associated with dx of asthma
105.Supportive in diagnosing constitutional delay in puberty?
106. Average adolescent female experiences biggest growth spurt at ____
107. Pubarche in adolescent girls
108. 14 yr old with fatigue, endocarditis, pulm HTN, arrhythmias, CHF
109. _____ adolescents should be screened for STD
111. 8 yr old with chronic intermittent nasal congestion. which supports allergic rhinitis?
112. Most common symptom of pt with ASD
113. Average adolescent female experiences biggest growth spurt at
114. Anterior fontanel is usually closed by
115. Average adolescent male experiences biggest growth spurt
116. Average age of male puberty in US
117. Natural part of cultural and ethnic background
118. One of most common symptoms of Leukemia
119. Best way to screen for gonorrhea in female
120. Best way to screen for gonorrhea in male
121. Disease of the hypothalamus or pituitary gland cause
122. Secondary epilepsy may occur at any age, but more kely in
123. Best way to screen for HPV in adolescent female
124. Pauciarticular arthritis is ... pain in ____ joints
125. Diagnoses that must be ruled out prior to dx ADHD
126. When does baby walk with help?
127. Leukocoria associated with
129. Maternal iron stores are depleted by age...
130. 16 yr old male, absenteeism from school. [Show Less]