Angela, a 3-year-old, is rushed to the emergency room due to cyanosis precipitated by crying. Her mother notes that after playing she gets tired easily. She is diagnosed with tetralogy of Fallot. The immediate nursing intervention for cyanosis is:


•The first two primary teeth (Central incisors) usually erupt around the age of 7 months.

•All primary teeth should be visible by 3 years of age.

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