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P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P01 A breastfed infant being prepared for surgery will be required to fast beforehand for ________ hours, ________.
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P02 As compared with manufactured baby milk, breastmilk promotes healthy growth in infants born with cystic fibrosis because it:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P03 A newborn infant with Pierre Robin Sequence is unlikely to feed well at the breast because they typically have:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P04 It is now thought that the best way for breastfeeding mothers to reduce the incidence of food allergies in their infants is to:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P05 The most important thing to teach a mother whose infant does not suck well is how to:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P06 It is ________ necessary to interrupt breastfeeding during the ________ phase of illness.
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P07 The projectile vomiting that commonly accompanies uncorrected pyloric stenosis may lead to:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P08 An infant is more likely to require hospitalization to treat a rotavirus infection if he or she is:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P09 The most common cause of acute lower respiratory infection is respiratory syncytial virus. Which of the following is a characteristic of the illness?
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P10 A small, isolated cleft of the soft palate in a breastfed infant is:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P11 Which of the following items best characterizes respiratory infections?
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P12 Infants with celiac disease can be characterized by:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P13 Celiac disease in an at-risk infant is best delayed by breastfeeding:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P14 Allergic reactions in an exclusively breastfed baby are most likely a response to:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P15 One of breastfeeding’s benefits is that it reduces the risk of infection:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P16 Breastmilk intake by an infant with cleft palate can be maximized by positioning the infant so that he or she is:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P17 As compared with similar babies who were bottle-fed, babies born with a congenital heart defect who were breastfed grew better because they:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P18 As compared with similar infants who receive no breastmilk, infants with phenylketonuria whose diet includes some breastmilk have been shown to score _________ on tests of intelligence.
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P19 Gastroesophageal reflux episodes can be minimized by ________.
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P20 A bottle nipple used to provide supplements to a breastfed infant should have:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P21 The best predictor of which young infants will later develop allergies is:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P22 A degree of dehydration that should be treated medically (weight loss greater than 9% of previous body weight) is indicated by the joint appearance of:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P23 Positioning an infant upright for breastfeeds typically will:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P24 Immediately following surgery to correct a cleft lip, a breastmilk-fed infant should best begin feeding by taking milk from a:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P25 A nursing 2-year-old has gastroenteritis severe enough to cause moderate dehydration. The best outcome will be obtained by feeding him or her oral rehydration solution and:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P26 To maximally reduce the phenylalanine load in infants born with phenylketonuria, those infants should be fed:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P27 Infants who regurgitate stomach contents several times each day:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P28 For infants who will be unable to feed directly from the breast for several weeks or more, the most effective way to get milk into them is by use of:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P29 A mother who is bottle-feeding her infant can retain some aspects of breastfeeding by:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P30 Which of the following conditions in an infant may contraindicate any breastfeeding, even though it is safe for a woman with the same condition to breastfeed?
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P31 Infants with a stomach and intestinal infection (gastroenteritis) are at greater risk of electrolyte imbalance if families have been supplementing the child’s diet with:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P32 A breastfeeding neonate who has congenital heart disease is likely to:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P33 A child who is feeling ill commonly will have a reduced appetite and will nurse:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P34 A hospital pediatric unit that encourages breastfeeding will:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P35 Neonates who show no adverse reaction to a feeding of cow-based manufactured milk in the hospital:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P36 A baby born with cleft lip (and no cleft palate) can usually breastfeed if:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P37 After surgery to correct pyloric stenosis, breastfeeding may resume:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P38 Families of infants born with chronic medical problems most appreciate advice that is:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P39 Following surgery, a breastfed infant may resume feeding from the breast after:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P40 A breastfed infant in whom an ear infection has developed will likely be more comfortable if he or she is fed _________, because ________.
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P41 Breastfeeding an infant during a painful procedure such as a heel stick has the effect of:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P42 Jaundice in the newborn infant may be caused by:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P43 Infants born with MM or Chiari II malformation typically have difficulty breastfeeding because:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P44 Down syndrome children may or may not have difficulty initiating breastfeeding. Which of the following characteristics influences breastfeeding difficulty?
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P45 For a breastfed infant who currently requires some or all of his or her feedings by bottle, the caregiver should:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P46 Both hypotonic and hypertonic infants are most likely to obtain more milk at the breast if the mother:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P47 Breastmilk thickened with cereal, fed by bottle to an infant with gastroesophageal reflux disease, is a __________ idea because __________.
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P48 The best predictor of duration of any breastfeeding by an infant with congenital heart defects is the:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P49 A breastfed infant with moderate to severe congenital heart disease commonly gains weight ________ , because _________.
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P50 Diagnosis of Pierre Robin Sequence typically occurs:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P51 A good time to offer the breast to a slow-gaining breastfed infant is when the infant is ________ because then he or she _________.
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P52 Although it is not known whether breastfeeding in fact protects infants from type 1 diabetes, a proposed mechanism is that it:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P53 The nutrient and calorie intake of a debilitated infant is best increased by feeding mother’s milk:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P54 Excessively low muscle tone (hypotonia) can express itself in a breastfeeding infant by:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P55 A breastfed baby with congenital heart disease is likely to feed better in a position that:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P56 Transient lactase deficiency in a breastfed infant’s intestinal brush border may be preceded by:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P57 Which of the following indicates excessively high muscle tone (hypertonia)?
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P58 A baby with a respiratory infection can be helped to breastfeed more easily by use of a(n):
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P59 Which of the following describes breastfed babies during or after an acute illness?
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P60 In all 50 states of the United States, newborns must be screened for:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P61 Normal weight gain in an infant with cleft palate (alone or with cleft lip) is rare, because the baby typically has difficulty:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P62 Mothers who wish to reduce the likelihood that their infant or young child will develop an infection of the middle ear will ensure:
P-IBCLC BFHL-20-P63 In a child not gaining adequate weight, before-feeding and after-feeding test weights that show good intake for age are best interpreted to mean that: