Weekly NCLEX/HESI Question for January 20


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The nurse is teaching a young mother about her child who has just been diagnosed with Diabetes Type 1. The mother asks why her child must have insulin injections instead of pills like her father takes. Which is the most appropriate answer:
“The child’s pancreas is less developed than an adult”
“The medication will not arrive to the system quickly enough”
“The only way to replace insulin is by injection.”
“Pills by mouth can be an option later.”
Question 1 Explanation: 
The correct answer is (c). In children the only way to treat them is through injection of insulin.
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