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Continuing Education Infant Care (1-12 months)
You are babysitting an 8 month old who is teething. What can you do to help alleviate his pain?
  1. Give him a bath
  2. Put diaper rash cream on him
  3. Give him a cold washcloth
  4. Brush his teeth
Continuing Education Infant Care (1-12 months)
Timothy's son is 2 months old. He should bathe him:
  1. 7 days/week
  2. 4-5 days/ week
  3. 2-3 days/ week
  4. You should never bathe a baby
Continuing Education Infant Care (1-12 months)
Your baby has red cheeks, is drooling, and is cranky. He is most likely            teething           .
Continuing Education Infant Care (1-12 months)
Two foods that are choking hazards for babies are            hot dogs            and          grapes         .
Continuing Education Infant Care (1-12 months)
Barbara is starting solid foods with her 6 month old. For her first meal you recommend:
  1. Pureed apples and bananas
  2. Iron-fortified baby cereal with breastmilk
  3. Chicken fried rice
  4. Oatmeal with honey
Continuing Education Infant Care (1-12 months)
The average weight for a newborn is         7 lbs        . The average weight for a 1 year old is          21 lbs         .
Continuing Education Infant Care (1-12 months)
You are filling up the tub for your 3 month old nephew. How do you test the water to make sure it is the right temperature?
  1. Put your foot in
  2. Put your arm in
  3. Put a meat thermometer in it
  4. Put him in and ask him
Continuing Education Prenatal and Child Care
The water in the tub must                               before putting the child in the tub.
  1. be tasted
  2. have bubbles added
  3. be at the top edge of the tub
  4. be tested
  5. all of the above
Continuing Education Medical Terms
Which is correct for COPD?
  1. chronic obruptive pulmonary disorder
  2. chronic ovarian polmonary disease
  3. chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
  4. chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder
Continuing Education Microbiology
Select all that are Lyme Disease Symptoms.
  1. Red Hair
  2. Sore Throat
  3. A Limp
  4. Muscle Aches
Continuing Education Medical Terms
An                 is an area where tissue has been destroyed by gastric juices and stomach acid.
  1. heart burn
  2. ulcer
  3. indigestion
  4. diarrhea
  5. constipation
Continuing Education Prenatal and Child Care
Never leave a baby unattended on a changing table, in a high chair, bath or walker. Use                 when they are available.
  1. safety straps
  2. a belt
  3. smooth rope
  4. a towel
Continuing Education Diet and Nutrition
What is a nutrition label?
  1. A Number Graph
  2. A Graph that shows time
  3. a label that explains what you are eating
Continuing Education Medical Terms
Term that best describes temporary cessation of breathing
  1. bradypnea
  2. dyspnea
  3. vertigo
  4. apnea
Continuing Education Prenatal and Child Care
Keep bathroom doors                 when not in use.
  1. open
  2. locked
  3. closed
  4. half open
Continuing Education Medical Terms
Insulin disorder associated with the pancreas
  1. hypocystitis
  2. diabetes mellitus
  3. gestational diabetes
  4. pancreatitis
Continuing Education Prenatal and Child Care
Keep all of these items away from children except
  1. buttons
  2. cigarette stubs
  3. pins
  4. developmentally appropriate toys
  5. money
Continuing Education Toddler Care (1-3 years)
You are with a child and he cuts his leg open on a sharp corner. After applying direct pressure to the wound, you realize that it will not stop bleeding profusely. What should you do?
  1. Put child in the crib and run next door to get a neighbor.
  2. Call parents and wait for them to get off work.
  3. Call 911 and ask for help. Then call parents and office as soon as possible.
Continuing Education Medical Terms
Medical term for spitting-up blood
  1. vertigo
  2. menarche
  3. emesis
  4. hemoptysis
Continuing Education Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
What is the single most significant factor that leads to suicide
  1. PTSD
  2. Death of a family member
  3. Depression
  4. Terminal illness
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