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The well-child care (anticipatory guidance) intends to promote the physical and emotional well-being of children. The tasks of each well-child visit (which usually takes 18 min time) include all the following except-

You are resident in Pediatrics, called at midnight to attend delivery of expected baby with multiple malformations and oligohydromnias as had been reported In antenatal scan, mother in stage I labor so far. Of the following, your best plan of action is to-

After the first year of life, the most common cause of death in children is mainly-

A full term neonate with Down syndrome and esophageal atresia admitted in Pediatric intensive care unit (PiCU). The parents want "no interference" approach. 0f the following, the best response is to-

In mental retardation, all the following are true EXCEPT-

You are treating acutely ill 6-year-old child with ascending paralysis, he eventually needs mechanical ventilation. Now you are in a situation of using the last bed in respiratory care unit (RCU). Of the following, the best approach is to-

A 7-year old boy presented to the out-patient department with fever and cough, you have diagnosed him as a case of pneumonia and decided to admit and give parental therapy, the child refused. Of the following, the best response is to-

The most common cause of under-5 mortality in developing world is-

An 8month-old infant with confirmed diagnosis of spinal muscular atrophy type 1 referred back from tertiary care center with "DNAR" status. This means during acute illnessor an emergency the child should-

Parents of a 4-year old boy complaining that he is refusing to go to bed, he remains active and playing. Of the following, the most likely cause of this child problem is-

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