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FNP Review 9

GI red flags

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Leukocyte count reference range: total leukocyte, neutrophils, lymphocytes, monocytes, eosinophils, basophils total leukocytes: 4-11 X 10*9 neutrophils: 2.5-7.5 X 10*9 lymphocytes: 1.5-3.5 X 10*9 monocytes: 0.2-0.8 X 10*9 eosinophils: 0.04-0.4 X 10*9 basophils: 0.01-0.1X 10*9
T/F: Abdominal pain lasting > 6 hours or pain that wakes the patient at night requires evaluation and possible referral. True
presents as projectile vomiting in infants between 2 weeks and 5 months of age pyloric stenosis
etiology and pathophysiology of pyloric stenosis hypertrophy of pyloric muscle, which causes increasing duodenal obstruction
subjective data for pyloric stenosis hungry infant, willing to eat after vomiting but becomes progressively dehydrated
objective date for pyloric stenosis dehydration, palpable pyloric mass(felt during feeding or immediately after vomiting); visible gastric peristaltic waves from left to right across the abdomen
treatment for pyloric stenosis refer to a pediatric surgeon immediately
T/F: Patient who presents with fever, chills, leukocytosis and rebound tenderness warrants rapid assessment and referral to an acute care facility. True Patient need a surgical consultation.
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