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Diarrhea and Constipation, When to Treat ( Pharmacists)
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Symptoms of diarrhea may include the followingCorrectIncorrect
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Symptoms of constipation are infrequent bowl movement, lower abdominal pain and hard or small stoolsCorrectIncorrect
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An 8-month-old girl with a 2-day history of diarrhea presents with decreased oral intake and “dry crying,” and she has been more irritable. On physical examination, the mucosa is moderately dry, the eyes are slightly sunken, skin turgor is decreased, and the fontanelle is slightly reduced. Capillary refill is about 4 seconds. There has been a recent family history of gastroenteritis. Which is the best initial management for this patient?CorrectIncorrect
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A 4-year-old boy with cerebral palsy and severe developmental delay presents to the clinic for a follow- up appointment from 3 months ago. On questioning, his parents state that he has only stool an average of twice a week since his last clinic visit and that, when he does have a bowel movement (BM), the stools are very hard, and he seems to have pain with defecation. Which is the best initial management for this patient?CorrectIncorrect