How often is height and weight assessed with visit
Up to what age is head circumference assessed
What age is blood pressure assessed
2 years old
Where is it ideal to assess children <2 months temperature
Where is it ideal to assess children >2 months temperature
Is it normal to be able to palpate the spleen below the costal margin in a child
What age to assess scrotum for undescended testes
1 year of age
Peak age for tonsil growth
8-16 year of age
Most import tool used to assess somatic growth
When is length checked
Every visit for children who cannot stand
When is height checked
When children can stand
Up to what age is the head circumference assessed
up to 2 year of life
How assessment of sexual maturity in boys and girls assessed
Menarche usually occur when girls reach what Tanner Stage
3 or 4
What vaccination is given at birth
Most rapid rate of growth occur at what stage
Birth weight should double at _____ and triple by _____
6 months and 1 year
Pre-term infants are at risk for short-term complications, give ex of some of those complications
cardiac and respiratory
Large gestational age complications are
hypoglycemia-> jitteriness, irritability, and cyanosis.
This sign is related to early closure of the sutures or microcephaly
This sign may result from hydrocephalus, subdural hematoma, or brain tumors
Abnormal large head
Enlarged posterior fontanelle may be present with ______
Bulging, tense fontanelle if it is observed may be indicative to _______
Depressed anterior fontanelle may be a sign of _______
When do Anterior fontanelle closes
between 4 and 26 months of age
When do Posterior fontanelle closes
by 2 months of age
How long must prematurely born baby milestones by adjusted
Babinski reflex disappears by what age
2 years of age
A greasy deposit covering the skin of a baby at birth
A fine, soft hair, especially that which covers the body and limbs of a human fetus or newborn
A measure of the physical condition of a newborn infant. It is obtained by adding points (2, 1, or 0) for heart rate, respiratory effort, muscle tone, response to stimulation, and skin coloration; a score of ten represents the best possible condition
Premature closure of cranial sutures. Suture lines may feel raised and a body ridge at the line
Cannot open the an eye when awake and alert.
Wandering or shaking eye movements. If persistent after a few days- may indicate poor vision or CNS disease.
Persistent ocular discharge
may be nasolacrimal duct obstruction.
It can be seen in infants born via vaginal delivery.
Congenital fissure of the median line of the palate.
May occur during birth, particularly during delivery of a difficult arm or shoulder extraction
May be the result of an URI or pneumonia.
a serious condition; associated with croup, epiglottitis, foreign body aspiration. (medical emergency, do not put anything in airway)
The best sign to r/o pneumonia.
Abnormal lung sounds
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