Discussion Topic: What are the different types of hearing loss? Follow the discussion guidelines below.For the case study section only: Please only provide short answers for the case study No more than 2 sentence response. Answer all the questions in all case study scenarios. Case Study: Childhood ObesityMason is a 7-year-old boy who is at his primary care physician for a routine physical examination. Mason’s mother expresses concern about childhood obesity and is worried that he sleeps too much.Subjective Data:Mason has been eating more than usual. Mason sleeps between 11 and 12 hours a day.Mason plays team soccer.Objective DataHeight: 121 cmWeight: 23 kgVital signs: temp, 37º C; pulse, 78 bpm; resp, 22 breaths/min; blood pressure, 102/62 mm HgHeight: 90 cmMason has a normal physical examination for his age.Questions: What should the nurse tell Mason’s mother when discussing her concerns about childhood obesity? What can Mason’s mother do to help Mason maintain a healthy weight? Mason’s mother has questions about his joining a soccer team. What should the nurse tell her? Case Study: Brain TumorCaroline is an 11-year-old girl who has an inoperable brain tumor. Caroline has been admitted for palliative care. Her mother, father, and two siblings are with her.Subjective Data:Caroline complains of a severe headache.She states that she is “afraid to be alone.”Objective DataVital signs: temp, 37.8º C; pulse, 120 bpm; resp, 24 breaths/min; blood pressure, 110/60 mm HgCaroline is unable to walk unassisted.Her pupils are unequal 4 mm right and 6 mm left.Questions: What is the most immediate priority for Caroline? How can Caroline’s nurse help with Caroline’s fears? How can Caroline’s nurse maintain professional boundaries?3. Case Study: HyphemaJohnny is a 10-year-old boy who seeks care after being hit in the right eye with a stuffed snake by his brother 15 minutes before arrival.Subjective Data:Johnny complains of light sensitivity.Vision in the right eye is blurred.Objective DataVital signs: temp, 36.8º C; pulse, 90 bpm; resp, 18 breaths/min; blood pressure, 110/60 mm HgPupils: Left, 3 mm briskly reactive to light. Right, 3 mm and sluggishly reactive to lightVisual acuity: Right eye unable to see chart; left eye 20/15Approximately a 30% hemorrhage is noted to the anterior chamber of the right eye with an intact globe.Questions: Johnny is at risk for what complications? What measures may help prevent these complications? What should the nurse do in this situation? Prioritize these actions.Discussion Guidelines:Initial responses should be no less than 200 words and include citations from at least two credible sources, One being your textbook. Perry, S. E., Hockenberry, M. J., Lowdermilk, D. L., & Wilson, D. (2018). Maternal Child Nursing Care (6th ed.). St. Louis, Missouri: Elsevier.
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