Practice Mode: Fill in the Blank This is a 10-question Quiz in Practice Mode. This will not be scored and will not affect your stats scores, and level. 9. For blood transfusion in an adult, the appropriate needle size is to 20G. 3. The most adequate diet for an infant in the first 6 months of life is 2. When bottle-feeding a newborn with a cleft palate, hold the infant’s head in an position. 7. is forced feeding, usually through a gastric tube (a tube passed into the stomach through the mouth). 4. An infant can usually chew food by months, hold spoon by months, and drink fluid from a cup by year of age. 6. are the rumbling sounds heard on lung auscultation. They are more pronounced during expiration than during inspiration. 8. In the therapeutic environment, the patient’s is the primary concern. To achieve postural drainage in an infant, place a on the nurse’s lap and lay the infant across it. 5. from mechanical obstruction is the leading cause of death (by suffocation) for infants younger than 1 year of age. 10. pain is pain that incapacitates a patient and can’t be relieved by drugs.