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Chevy Lab 2018

The ____ ____ ____ focuses on what patients believe about themselves and how her health problem affects them. health belief model
A child gains weight very quickly in the first ____months. 8
The Denver II developmental screening test, test for ____plateaus; it does not test intelligence. developmental
If left untreated, a strep infection can affect the heart valves and or ____of the kidney. glomeruli
____is caused by the varicella virus. Chickenpox
The head should be measured to the closest 1/4 inch. 1/4
Otitis media is the medical term for a ___ ear infection. middle
____ is a common bacterial cause of a sore throat. Streptococcus
______ may because by a physical problem that results in lack of growth or buy a problem in the parent-child relationship. Failure to thrive
Dehydration in children does not cause abdominal ___. cramps
Holding off on abx is recommended. Children without improvement who are under 24 months of age should be treated in 24 hours. abx can be given for a shorter course to improve __. compliance
REYES syndrome is associated with the use of ___ products. aspirin
The Hib vaccine protects against one type of bacterial ___. meningitis
The Hib vaccine protect against one type of ___ meningitis. bacterial
In children with cystic fibrosis, the body has difficulty moving chlorine across the cell membrane, and the build up chlorine is excreted in ___. sweat
____ against chickenpox usually is administered to toddlers 12 to 18 months old. Vaccination
Frequent stools in 24 hours and a fever are reasons for an ___ to be made the same day. appointment
During the adolescent, the child ___ almost half of his or her adult weight, and the skeleton and organs double in size. gains
The ___ test should be given at ages 3 to 4 months, 10 months, and three years. what test
Studies have shown that a __ who is obese between the ages of 10 and 13 has an 80% chance of becoming an obese adults. child
Because antibiotics do not provide immediate relief from ___ , children can be given oral acetaminophen and or ibuprofen for pain relief. symptoms
No medication ___ influenza. However, antiviral medications can make the illness milder and make patients feel better faster. cures
Chickenpox is caused by a member of the ___ virus group and is transmitted by direct or indirect droplets from the respiratory track of an infected person. herpes
Chickenpox is the disease that is so ____ in its early stages and expose person who is not immune to the virus has a 70 to 80% chance of contracting the disease. contagious
Muscular dystrophy is an X-linked ___ disease that causes progressive muscle degeneration it genetic
MD usually develops between the ages of 3 to 5 and is marked by ___ muscular break down and weakness. Frequent falls, waddling gait, possible swallowing problems, and difficulty climbing upstairs are examples. progressive
MD usually develops between the ages of _____ and is marked by progressive muscular break down and weakness. 3 to 5
_______ measurements are not included in most pediatric examinations. Blood pressure
Frequent falls, waddling gait, possible swallowing problems, and difficulty climbing upstairs are examples of ___. Muscular dystrophy
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