A 10-day-old child presents with multiple raised lesions resembling flea bites over the trunk and nape of the neck.
A 10-day-old child presents with multiple raised lesions resembling flea bites over the trunk and nape of the neck. The infant is nursing well and has no fever or exposure to animals. These lesions likely represent:
erythema toxicum neonatorum.
staphylococcal skin infection.
A risk factor for mitral valve prolapse (MVP) includes a history of:
The most important aspect of skin care for individuals with atopic dermatitis is:
frequent bathing with antibacterial soap.
consistent use of medium-potency to high-potency topical steroids.
application of lubricants.
treatment of dermatophytes.
What advice should you give to the parents of a toddler with gastroenteritis?
Give the child sips of room temperature cola.
Give the child sips of an oral rehydration solution.
Give the child sips of a sports drink such as Gatorade®.
Try sips of apple juice mixed 1:1 with tap water.
When billing Medicaid, NPs get the authority to bill for their services from:
state law only.
federal law only.
state and federal law.
neither state nor federal law.