5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Describe factors influencing infant mortality.
- What are the protein needs from birth to 6 months old?
- Define suckle.
- What is the typical growth pattern of an infant?
- Define critical period.
- a 2.2g/kg/day
- b newborns double birthweight by 4-6 months and triple it by 1 yr.
- c a fixed period of time in which certain behaviors or developments emerge
- d MAJOR factor is low birth weight. Three leading causes: congenital malformations, complications related to preterm births, and SIDS
- e reflex causing tongue to move forward and backward
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Small for gestational age
- failure to thrive, colic, iron deficiency anemia, constipation, dental caries, food allergies
- intrauterine growth retardation; newborn was <10th % wt/age
- watching food being opened in anticipation of eating, tight fists or reaching for a spoon, irritation if feeding is too slow or stops temporarily, playing with food or spoon, slowing intake or turning away when full, stop eating or spit out food when full
- WIC is a special supplemental food program and the CDC collaborate to track infant growth as a part of the Nutrition Surveillance Program
5 True/False Questions
What factors influence calorie needs? → sensorimotor development, adequate nutrient intake, positive social and emotional interactions, genetics
What is the most common first food that is considered hypoallergenic? → rice cereal
At what age does an infant start to purposely signal wants & needs? → failure to thrive, colic, iron deficiency anemia, constipation, dental caries, food allergies
Describe Bright Futures role in combating infant mortality. → promotes and improves the health, education, and well-being of infants & children. Nutrition is one component but its about comprehensive health.
What does the standard newborn growth assessment LGA stand for? → Large for gestational age; newborn was >90th % wt/age