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QOD 16: Comforting a Preschool-Age Child (OB/Peds/Basic Care and Comfort)

Answer:

B. Art therapy

C. Watching a movie

D. Blowing bubbles

Rationale: 

A preschool-age child is at a different developmental age when compared to an infant or a school-age child. A child who is in preschool does not understand some of the concepts of medical care and would benefit from non-pharmacological interventions for comfort. The most appropriate activities for this age group include hands-on tasks such as art therapy; and distracting activities, such as watching a movie or blowing bubbles.

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