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Children and Infants

Status ? refers to a seizure lasting more than 10 min epilepticus
Nasal flaring and retractions may indicate ? respiratory distress in a child compensatied
A respiratory rate of 15-30 is considered normal for a ? child
when checking a childs blood pressure nbe sure to use the correct size ? cuff
in children under 6 yrs of age, asses perfusion by checking ? refill capillary
the sudden, enexpected death of an infoant in which there is no identifiable cause of death SIDS
For severe allegic reaction ain a child administer .15mg of ? by auto injector Epinephrine
For the choking infant deliver 5 ? followed by 5 chest thrusts backblows
A person between 12 and 18 of age adolescent
infants have a soft spot on their head, called the anterior ? fontanelle
A respiratory rate over 60 and cyanosis indicates ? respiratory failure decompensated
A child who cannot speak cry or cough has a ? airway obstruction complete
the diameter of a newborns trachea is only aobut 1/3 the diameter of a ? Dime
Failure of the ? system is usually what causes the cardiovascular system to fail. respiratory
While a common type of seizure in an infant, ? seizures seldom occur in adults. febrile
Medical direction may have you give activated charcoal if the poisoning patient is ?` alert
When applying PASG to a child, do not inflate the ? section abdominal
the first four weeks of life. neonate
a child up to 12 mo of age infasnt
a respiratory rate less that 10 and unresponsiv eness indicates respiratory ? arrest
A choking child who can stilol breath and cry has a ? airway obstruction. partial
When ventilating an apneic infant, ventilate at eh rate of ? per min twenty
Do not perform a blind ? sweep on a choking infant finger
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