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infants and Children

Infants and Children

QuestionAnswer
Child from 12-18 years of age Adolescent
"soft spot" at the front of an infant's skull where bones have not yet fused together Fontanelle
Flowing oxygen over the face of a small child so it will be inhaled Blow by oxygen
Child from 6 to 12 years of age School aged child
Child from 1-3 years of age Toddler
Feeding tube placed through the abdominal wall directly into the stomach Gastrostomy Tube
Child between birth and 1 year of age Newborn or infant
Bacterial infection that produces swelling of the epiglotis and partial airway obstruction Epiglottitis
Sudden unexplained death during sleep of an apparently healthy baby in its first year of life Sudden Infant Death Synrome (SIDS)
Complication of a rapidly rising temperature Febrile Seizure
Group of viral illnesses that cause inflammation of the larnyx, trachea, and bronchi Croup
Tube placed through the neck into the trachea to create an open airway Tracheostomy tube
Drainage device that runs from the brain to the abdomen to relieve excess cerebrospinal fluid Shunt
Intravenous line that is placed close to the heart Cenral Line
Created by: Kellene