Repeat testing in 1 week with parent education is appropriate for lead levels between 20 and 44 mcg/dl. repeat testing in 1 month and education would be appropriate for levels between 15 and 19 mcg/dl. preparing to admit the child to begin chelation therapy immediately would be appropriate for lead levels greater than 70 mcg/dl..
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The normal assessment data for the infant at 12 months of age is that the infant has doubled their birth weight at 12 months of age. the mother’s reports that the infant is drinking 60 mls per kilogram of its body weight and the fact that the infant had grown ¼ inch since last month are not normal assessment data.. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us..
A 22-month-old infant with type 1 diabetes who has a blood glucose level of 277 mg/dl (15.37 mmol/l). a client with type 1 diabetes with a fasting blood glucose of 102 mg/dl, blood pressure of 172/90 mm hg and whose urine shows microalbuminuria. it is not a normal finding in a toddler..