Wong's nursing care, ch:10
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when does birth weight double?
by 5-6 months
when has the infant's birth weight tripled?
by 1 year
babies gain how many lbs and grow how many inches per month in the first 6 months?
1.5 lbs per month and grow 1" per month
babies birth length increases by 50% by when?
the fixation of two ocular images into one cerebral picture begins to develop____ and is well established by__
6 wks and 4 months
depth perception ( ___) begins to develop by ___mo
stereopsis 7-9 mo
maternal iron stores diminished by __mo
infants are most prone to infection when?
infants are predisposed to dehydration. Urine specific gravity is ______. term infants produce and excretem__ml/kg urine in 24 hr
prehension (grasp) usually occurs when?
by __ mo, infants use a crude pincer grasp
8-9 mo 10 mo its well established and by 11 mo, neat
by __mo, head control should be well established
rolling over, belly to back
rolling over, back to belly
infants can sit on their own while supporting themselves with their arms
by __ mo, infants can sit on their own, unsupported
prone to sitting
pull to a standing position
infants follow a cephalocaudal pattern
head to toe
by __mo, bear weight on legs with assistance
belly on the floor
belly off the floor
crawling to creeping happens by
many infants attempt first steps by
which guy focused on psychosocial development, Erikson or Piaget?
Erikson believed that the first year was all about learning
trust while overcoming a sense of mistrust
year one is the height for primary narcissism, meaning what?
the time in our lives when our total concern is for ourselves
which guy focused on cognitive development, Erikson or Piaget?
what is the big phase for infants of Piaget's theory?
what are the four phases of piaget's phase for infants?
-use of reflexes (birth- 1 mo)
-primary circular reactions (replaced with voluntary acts; 1-4 mo)
-secondary circular reactions (acts are repeated and prolonged; 4-8 mo)
-coordination of secondary schemas (adding new intellectual skills; 9-12 mo)
the three big cognitive events that take place in the first year of life (sensoirmotor)
-separation (babes learn they are separate from the objects in their environment)
-object permanence (the realization that objects that leave their visual field, do still exist)
-mental representation (the use of symbols to allow babe to think of an object without actually experiencing it )
object permanence begins to develop around what age?
6-8 mo (coinciding with separation anxiety)
separation anxiety usually develops and continues for a bit around
stranger fear develops around
by age one, babes can often say __ words and understand as many as __ words
babes start to imitate actions around
first teeth come through when?
6-10 mo, with 8 mo being average
quick guide to number of teeth
age of kid in months - 6 = number of teeth
solid foods shouldn't be introduced until