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Pediatrics ATI Birth-1 year
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Infants should gain how many ounces per week?
5-7 the first 6 months of life. Birth weight should have tripled by one year.
How much height should the infant gain each week for the first 6 months? 2nd 6 months?
1 inch/month the first 6 months, 1/2 inch per month the second 6 months.
How much does the circumference of the head increase per month in the first 6 months of life? 2nd 6 months of life?
1.5cm first 6 months, .5cm the second 6 months.
How many teeth should the infant have by the end of the first year?
Ibuprofen should only be use in infants over what age?
1 month fine/gross motor skills
gross: demonstrates head lag.
fine: has a grasp reflex
2 months fine/gross motor skills
gross: lifts head off mattress
fine: holds hand in open position
3 months fine/gross motor skills
gross: raises head and shoulders off mattress
fine: no linger has a grasp reflex, keeps hand loosely open
4 months fine/gross motor skills
gross: rolls from back to side
fine: places objects in mouth
5 months fine/gross motor skills
gross: rolls from front to back
fine: uses palmar grasp dominantly
6 months fine/gross motor skills
gross: rolls from back to front
fine: holds bottle
7 months fine/gross motor skills
gross: bears full weight on feet
fine: moves objects from hand to hand
8 months fine/gross motor skills
gross: sits unsupported
fine: begins using pincer grasp
9 months fine/gross motor skills
gross: pulls to a standing position
fine: has a crude pincer grasp
10 months fine/gross motor skills
gross: changes from prone position to a sitting position
fine: grasps rattle by its handle
11 months fine/gross motor skills
gross: walks while holding on to something
fine: places objects into a container
12 months fine/gross motor skills
gross: sits down from a standing position without assistance
fine: tries to build a two-block tower without success
piaget sensorimotor stage
birth-24 months. separation, object permanence, mental representation.
-vocalizes with cooing sounds
-responds to noises
-turns head to sound of rattle
-laughs and squeals
-begins speaking 2-word phrases moving into 3-word phrases
trust v. mistrust. infants trust their feeding, comfort, stimulation, and caring needs will be met.
stranger fear becomes evident around
6 and 8 months
separation anxiety develops around
4 and 8 months
Age appropriate activities
rattles, mobiles, teething toys, nesting toys, playing pat-a-cake, playing with balls, reading books
immunizations at birth
immunizations at 2 months
DTap, RV, IPV, PCV, hib.
immunizations at 4 months
DTAP, RV, IPV, Hib, PVC
immunizations at 6 months
DTaP, IPV, Hep B,
immunizations 6-12 months
seasonal flu yearly
When can solids be introduced to in infant?
4-6 months of age. one new food a week to watch for allergies.
What foods should be avoided until the first year is complete?
milk, eggs, wheat, citrus fruits, peanuts, peanut butter, honey
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