Peds Disorder

jaysica2014's version from 2017-04-06 17:34

Section 1

Question Answer
Trisomy 21, G, or mongolism; chormosmal disorderdowns
social interaction impairment, restricted activity; birth-3autism
impulsivity and inattention; implicated in learning disorder of behiorADHD
infants 3rd percentile for age; decrease weight (80%)FTT
neurodegenerative disorder loss of fine/gross motor, stereotypic hand movement (wringing)rett's
1st trimester of pregnancy; spine not closed spina bifida
3 types of spina bifida in order of commonality and severityocculata, meningocele, and myelomeningocele
thoughts and beliefs influence behavior and emotionscognitive-behavoral therapy model
learning new skills improves function in lifeskill acquisition
changes or develops behaviors required for occupational performancebehavior modification
learn from experiences and knowledge of other group memberspsychoeducational group therapy
consist of systemic/indiviualized strategies for achieveing social/leraning outcomes = prevents problem behaviorsapplied behavioral analysis
chirlren be more successful at reching goals they develop on their owncoaching
2 symptoms of cardiac disordersdecreased strength/endurance and impaired self-care
4 signs of muscular dystorphyenlarged calf muscles, waddling gait, toe walking, scoliosis
3 diagnosis in pulmonary disordersasthma, RSV, cystic fibrosis
avoid playing with others; dont ask for help; scream; sit alone; flap hands in frontautism
muscular dystorphy is caused bygenetics

Section 2

Question Answer
Nerve tissue thats been damaged/lost; cannot be repaired/replaced or the function be restored to damaged nerve cellsspina bifida
best treatment for PDDearly intervention that incorporates behavioral modication, therapy, and meds
signs of type 1 ADHDhyperactivty, impulsivity, inattention
muscular dystrophy is characterized by progressive weakness and breakdown inmuscle tone
borderline IQ84-70
Mild IQ55-69
Moderate IQ40-54
severe IQ25-39
progroundless than 25
whys it imp for COTA to understand basi issues commonly seen in diagnosishaving basic understanding of ones issue makes COTA more valuable member to treatment team
binge eating, self-induced vomit, laxatives, fasting; vigorous exercisingbulimia nervosa
boys are girls are more likely to be diagnosed with autismboys
downs have an extra _________ chromosome in all or some of the cells21
where is the damage found in Erb's Palsybrachial plexus
arthrogryposis signsstiff joints, absensce of muscle tissue, disolacted hips, shoulders turn inward
appropriate for OT intervention for conduct disorderassist in chanelling energy into appropriate activities, clearly defined acceptable behaviors, and reinforcement of apporpriate behaviors
15% below average weight; intense fear of weight gain, and perception of being fatanorexia
innervention would represent child with traumatic brain injuryintervention targets motor, cognitive, and emotional changes
least profound type of autismaspergers
3 causes of obesitylack of exercise, eating disorder, and excessive eating
reading disabilitydyslexia
writing disabilitydysgraphia
math disabilitydyscalculia
Junior RA symptoms addressed by OTdecreased ROM, endurance, and poor strength
ODD and conduct disorderODD outburst dont mean to harm anyone; conduct doesnt care
which one blames other and is negative/hostileodd
participate in crime; run away from home, substance abuse, poor self esteemConduct disorder