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- Question Name: 0007 Type: MC Objective: CH 25: The Child with Cardiovascular Dysfunction Item Bank: Hockenberry Wong Essentials of Pediatric Nurs 9th Edition
Surgical closure of the ductus arteriosus would:
- stop the loss of unoxygenated blood to the systemic circulation.
- decrease the edema in legs and feet.
- increase the oxygenation of blood.
* D. prevent the return of oxygenated blood to the lungs.
Correct Answer: D
The ductus arteriosus allows blood to flow from the higher-pressure aorta to the lower-pressure pulmonary artery