by Cathy Parkes December 26, 2022
The most common seizure disorder in children is febrile seizures. Seizures of this type are caused by a sudden spike in body temperature (> 100.4 degrees F) but without an underlying seizure-provoking cause or disorder. Children between 6 months and 5 years of age are most likely to be affected. Treatment is not usually required, but teach caregivers to call 911 for any seizure lasting > 5 minutes.
by Cathy Parkes December 29, 2022
Bowel sounds cannot be called "absent" until the nurse has listened for five minutes without hearing bowel activity.Read More
by Cathy Parkes December 22, 2022
Because spironolactone is a potassium-sparing diuretic, monitor the patient for signs of hyperkalemia. Educate patients to avoid salt substitutes, as most of these contain potassium.Read More
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