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114 terms
disorders of infancy, childhood, and adolescence
common childhood problems
risk factors for childhood mental illn…
risk factors for child abuse and neglect
efforts made by professionals to prese…
death and grieving ... divorce ... sibling relationships ... physical…
poverty and homelessness; lack of proper nutrition, lack of e…
high levels of family stress ... drug/ETOH abuse ... unloving partn…
family preservation
common childhood problems
death and grieving ... divorce ... sibling relationships ... physical…
risk factors for childhood mental illn…
poverty and homelessness; lack of proper nutrition, lack of e…
24 terms
Disorders of Infancy, Childhood and Adolescence
Mental Retardation
Learning Disorders
Developmental Coordination Disorder
Communication Disorders
Exhibit significantly impaired general intellectual functioni…
The performance of individuals on specific educational testin…
Individuals with this disorder experience significant impairm…
Exhibit difficulties that negatively impact academic or occup…
Mental Retardation
Exhibit significantly impaired general intellectual functioni…
Learning Disorders
The performance of individuals on specific educational testin…
Disorders of infancy, childhood and adolescence
Neurodevelopmental disorders
Intellectual disability/developmental…
Intellectual disability symptoms
Neurological factors for Intellectual…
intellectual disability/developmental disorder; communication…
early onset; includes both intellectual and adaptive function…
-Intellectual deficits: reasoning, problem solving, planning,…
fetal exposure to teratogens, ex. fetal alcohol syndrome; com…
Neurodevelopmental disorders
intellectual disability/developmental disorder; communication…
Intellectual disability/developmental…
early onset; includes both intellectual and adaptive function…
41 terms
Disorders of Infancy, Childhood, and Adolescence
Must Be Present for Mentally Healthy C…
Common Childhood Problems
Risk FA for Childhood Mental Illness
Risk FA for Childhood Abuse and Neglect
Normal physical and psychosocial development... Easy temperament…
Death & grieving, divorce, sibling relationships, physical il…
Poverty and homelessness (nutrition, resources), violent crim…
High levels of family stress, drug/ETOH abuse, unloving partn…
Must Be Present for Mentally Healthy C…
Normal physical and psychosocial development... Easy temperament…
Common Childhood Problems
Death & grieving, divorce, sibling relationships, physical il…
16 terms
Disorders of Infancy, Childhood, Adolescence
Intellectual Disability (formerly ment…
Autism Spectrum Disorder
What drugs do you use to treat Autism?
Social Communication Disorder
Disorder with onset during developmental period that includes…
Impairment in social interaction skills and interpersonal com…
Risperidone, Aripiprazole
Difficulties in social use of verbal and nonverbal communicat…
Intellectual Disability (formerly ment…
Disorder with onset during developmental period that includes…
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Impairment in social interaction skills and interpersonal com…
23 terms
Disorders in Infancy, Childhood, Adolescence
1. Attention Deficit Disorders- ADD
1. Attention Deficit Disorders- ADHD
2. Autism Spectrum Disorder
3. Anxiety Disorders
*distractable ... *attention span is shorter than people their a…
attention deficit with hyperactivity ... *excessive motor activi…
represents a wide variety of symptoms but same diagnosis ... *de…
-panic disorder... -obsessive compulsive disorder
1. Attention Deficit Disorders- ADD
*distractable ... *attention span is shorter than people their a…
1. Attention Deficit Disorders- ADHD
attention deficit with hyperactivity ... *excessive motor activi…
26 terms
disorders of infancy, childhood, adolescent
childhood mental illness
child abuse and neglect
family preservation
children of alcoholics
risk factors for____________________: poverty and homelessnes…
risk factors for_______________: high levels of family stress…
efforts mad by professionals to preserve the family unit by p…
common in _______ _____ ________; fetal alcohol syndrome, ris…
childhood mental illness
risk factors for____________________: poverty and homelessnes…
child abuse and neglect
risk factors for_______________: high levels of family stress…
29 terms
Disorders in infancy, childhood, or adolescence
Mental retardation
Learning disorders
Motor skills disorders
Tic Disorders
Four levels determined by intelligence testing: ... mild (IQ50-7…
Reading disorder (E.G.dyslexia); mathematics disorder; disord…
Developmental coordination disorder or involve significant de…
Sudden and involuntary, rapid, non-with Nick, repeated stereo…
Mental retardation
Four levels determined by intelligence testing: ... mild (IQ50-7…
Learning disorders
Reading disorder (E.G.dyslexia); mathematics disorder; disord…
10 terms
Disorders of Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescence
Mild mental retardation
Autistic disorder
Moderate mental retardation
Conduct behavior
Is capable of developing social skills and independent living…
Withdrawal of the child into the self and into a fantasy worl…
Capable of academic skill to second grade level; IQ 35-49
Violates the rights of others and societal norms and rules; d…
Mild mental retardation
Is capable of developing social skills and independent living…
Autistic disorder
Withdrawal of the child into the self and into a fantasy worl…
33 terms
Ch. 33: Disorders of Infancy, Childhood, and Adolescence
Risk factors for Childhood Mental Illn…
Risk factors for Child abuse & neglect…
Efforts made by professionals to prese…
Hero?
-Poverty and Homelessness: lack of proper nutrition, lack of…
-High levels of family stress, Drug/alcohol abuse, unloving p…
Family Preservation
oldest child, has to take care of other siblings
Risk factors for Childhood Mental Illn…
-Poverty and Homelessness: lack of proper nutrition, lack of…
Risk factors for Child abuse & neglect…
-High levels of family stress, Drug/alcohol abuse, unloving p…
34 terms
Disorders of Infancy, Childhood, and Adolescence..Ch 17
What condition is described as having…
What type of mental retardation might…
A person suffering from what type of m…
what type of communication skills migh…
mental retardation
mild
moderate
very little, use of survival words
What condition is described as having…
mental retardation
What type of mental retardation might…
mild
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DISORDERS OFTEN DIAGNOSED IN INFANCY, CHILDHOOD, OR ADOLESCENCE
Mental Retardation
Degrees of Severity
Learning Disorders
Common categories of learning disorder…
Is characterized by significant impaired general functioning,…
Mild (IQ of 50-55 to 70; Moderate (IQ of 35-40 to 50-55); Sev…
Are diagnosed when the individual's performance on test desig…
Reading disorder, Mathematics disorder, and disorder of writt…
Mental Retardation
Is characterized by significant impaired general functioning,…
Degrees of Severity
Mild (IQ of 50-55 to 70; Moderate (IQ of 35-40 to 50-55); Sev…
32 terms
Disorders appearing first in infancy, childhood and adolescence
disruptive disorders
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disord…
explanation for ADHD
causes of brain dysfunctions responsib…
likely to get children in trouble and interfere with lives of…
Inattention; doesn't pay attention when spoken to, doesn't fo…
organic brain disfunction (underactivity in areas of brain re…
environmental factors: biological traumas or toxins/infection…
disruptive disorders
likely to get children in trouble and interfere with lives of…
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disord…
Inattention; doesn't pay attention when spoken to, doesn't fo…
Disorders First Diagnosed in Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescence
Mental Retardation
Learning Disorders
Motor Skill Disorder
Communication Disorders
Diagnostic criteria including... (a) intellectual functioning b…
Includes Reading Disorders, Mathematics Disorders, Disorder o…
Developmental Coordination Disorder characterized by a signif…
Expressive Language Disorder, Mixed Receptive-Expressive Lang…
Mental Retardation
Diagnostic criteria including... (a) intellectual functioning b…
Learning Disorders
Includes Reading Disorders, Mathematics Disorders, Disorder o…
45 terms
Psychology: Infancy, Childhood & Adolescence
grasping reflex
developmental psychology
language development: 1 year old
language development: 2 year old
automatic inherited reflex of babies, curl fingers around an…
the study of changes that occur as an individual matures
babbling increases, first words
speaks in paired words, asks questions, uses telegraphic speech
grasping reflex
automatic inherited reflex of babies, curl fingers around an…
developmental psychology
the study of changes that occur as an individual matures
41 terms
LMSW Disorders Often Diagnosed in Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescence
Intellectual Disability
Borderline Intellectual Functioning
Mild
Moderate
Disorders Often Diagnosed in Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescen…
Disorders Often Diagnosed in Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescen…
Disorders Often Diagnosed in Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescen…
Disorders Often Diagnosed in Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescen…
Intellectual Disability
Disorders Often Diagnosed in Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescen…
Borderline Intellectual Functioning
Disorders Often Diagnosed in Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescen…
29 terms
infancy childhood and adolescence.
Breast milk
electrolyte
triple
High
.......... or iron-fortified formula is the primary food the…
• Preterm infants (< 37 weeks) have very special nutrient nee…
Babies........ growth rate in the first year.
during Infancy......... basal metabolic rate... 400 kJ/kg (150 k…
Breast milk
.......... or iron-fortified formula is the primary food the…
electrolyte
• Preterm infants (< 37 weeks) have very special nutrient nee…
12 terms
Infancy childhood adolescence
Rough and tumble play
Socialization
Primary sex characterization
Puberty
playful chasing and hitting accompanied by laughter
Process by which each generation passes along to children the…
I.e. uterus and vagina are structures that make reproduction…
Period of life during which sexual organs mature and ability…
Rough and tumble play
playful chasing and hitting accompanied by laughter
Socialization
Process by which each generation passes along to children the…
19 terms
Infancy, Childhood, Adolescence
Nutrition Ages 0-12 months
Growth patterns
Allergy foods
Anemia
needs 2x the nutrients than an adult male... 450 kcals a day... nee…
weight doubles by 5 months and triples by 1 year... energy needs…
breast milk helps with food allergies if known in the family…
iroin supplied in the body for first 6 months... need iron forti…
Nutrition Ages 0-12 months
needs 2x the nutrients than an adult male... 450 kcals a day... nee…
Growth patterns
weight doubles by 5 months and triples by 1 year... energy needs…
112 terms
Psychology: Infancy, childhood, and adolescence
Nature
Nurture
Chromosomes
Zygote
Things that are due to physical factors
Things that are learned due to the environment
Structures containing genes
Fertilized egg
Nature
Things that are due to physical factors
Nurture
Things that are learned due to the environment
40 terms
Infancy, Childhood, Adolescence
what is the best indicator of nutritio…
average birth weight
LBW
VLBW
growth (weight short term, height long term)
7-9 lbs
<5.5 lbs
<3 lbs 4 oz
what is the best indicator of nutritio…
growth (weight short term, height long term)
average birth weight
7-9 lbs
23 terms
Development: Infancy/Childhood, Adolescence
Heredity
Nature/Nurture Controversy
Genes
Chromosomes
characteristics obtained directly from the genes
contrasting views of how we gain certain characteristics: nat…
basic units of heredity
structures containing genes; all human cells contain 46 excep…
Heredity
characteristics obtained directly from the genes
Nature/Nurture Controversy
contrasting views of how we gain certain characteristics: nat…
60 terms
Infancy & Childhood, Adolescence, & Adulthood
reflexes
the rooting reflex
fingertip
left
responses that are inborn and do not have to be learned
when something touches a newborn's cheek, the infant turns to…
The sucking reflex can be triggered by a
Newborns (one hour old!) will look twice as long at the image…
reflexes
responses that are inborn and do not have to be learned
the rooting reflex
when something touches a newborn's cheek, the infant turns to…
64 terms
Infancy, Childhood, Adolescence
Infancy
Growth Charts
Growth chart for 0-36 months
Boys 2-20 years
infant growth and development, growth best marker of nutritio…
revised in 2000 by the National Center for Health statistics…
weight/age, height/age, weight/height, head circumference/age…
weight/age, height/age, BMI/age, BMI<5th %tile low, BMI>95%ti…
Infancy
infant growth and development, growth best marker of nutritio…
Growth Charts
revised in 2000 by the National Center for Health statistics…
76 terms
Nutrition in Infancy, Childhood, and Adolescence
How long does it take for infants to d…
How long does it take for infants to t…
How much do infants grow during the fi…
The second stage of rapid growth is
First 6 months
12-15 months of age
Increase 50% in size. Double it by 4 y/o
Puberty - levels of growth hormone and sex hormones rise.... Lon…
How long does it take for infants to d…
First 6 months
How long does it take for infants to t…
12-15 months of age
22 terms
Disorders First Diagnosed in Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescence Lecture Notes
Intellectual Developmental Disorder (p…
Specific Learning Disorder
Communication Disorders
Autism Spectrum Disorder
e.g., mild, moderate, severe
e.g., Reading Disorder, Arithmetic Disorder
e.g., Stuttering, Expressive Language Disorder
*
Intellectual Developmental Disorder (p…
e.g., mild, moderate, severe
Specific Learning Disorder
e.g., Reading Disorder, Arithmetic Disorder
24 terms
Disorders Diagnosed in Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescence, Chapter 12
Discuss how childhood communication di…
Describe common child and adolescent b…
Discuss the impact of early childhood…
Identify nursing interventions for a c…
Communication and language disorders are associated with lowe…
ADHD: most frequently encountered psych disorder in kids... Oppo…
Stressful or traumatic events may have a long lasting effect…
Table 12.2 pg. 293... Safety... Remove child from excessive environ…
Discuss how childhood communication di…
Communication and language disorders are associated with lowe…
Describe common child and adolescent b…
ADHD: most frequently encountered psych disorder in kids... Oppo…
35 terms
Infancy/ childhood/ Adolescence/ Adulthood
maturation
motor development
cognitive development
Piaget
biological physical growth that occurs regardless of the envi…
coordination: roll, crawl, walk, run
developed by Jean Piaget, states that construction of thought…
developed the Theory of Cognitive development
maturation
biological physical growth that occurs regardless of the envi…
motor development
coordination: roll, crawl, walk, run
Chapter 10: Disorders Usually First Diagnosed in Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescence
Oppositional defiant disorder: diagnos…
Oppositional defiant disorder: prevale…
Conduct disorder: diagnostic criteria
Conduct disorder: prevalence, onset, p…
-negativistic, hostile, and defiant behaviors that result in…
-begins in early childhood and may be seen in 1-16% school-ag…
-disregard for the rights of others leading to aggression tow…
-6-16% of boys and 2-9% of girls under the age of 18 years... -p…
Oppositional defiant disorder: diagnos…
-negativistic, hostile, and defiant behaviors that result in…
Oppositional defiant disorder: prevale…
-begins in early childhood and may be seen in 1-16% school-ag…
35 terms
CH11 Disorders Appearing First in Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescence
disruptive behavior disorders
attention-deficit/hyperactivity disord…
ADHD explanation
ADHD treatments
a group of psychiatric disorders that includes attention-defi…
a disruptive disorder that involves problems with inattention…
due to organic brain dysfunction, the disorder involves under…
one psychological, one physiological; psychological approach…
disruptive behavior disorders
a group of psychiatric disorders that includes attention-defi…
attention-deficit/hyperactivity disord…
a disruptive disorder that involves problems with inattention…
25 terms
Ch. 23: Disorders Usually First Diagnosed in Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescence
1. Which developmental characteristic…
2. Which nursing intervention related…
3. A child has been diagnosed with aut…
4. In planning care for a child diagno…
ANS: D... The nurse should identify that a client diagnosed with…
ANS: B... Providing simple directions and praise is an appropria…
ANS: B... The most appropriate reply by the nurse is to explain…
ANS: C... The most realistic client outcome for a child diagnose…
1. Which developmental characteristic…
ANS: D... The nurse should identify that a client diagnosed with…
2. Which nursing intervention related…
ANS: B... Providing simple directions and praise is an appropria…
25 terms
DSM - Disorders Usually First Diagnosed in Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescence
Mental Retardation types
Mental Retardation
Learning Disorders
Developmental Coordination Disorder
•Mild - IQ 50-55 to 70... •May live independently... •Moderate - IQ…
A.Significantly sub-average IQ... B.Impairment in adaptive funct…
•Reading Disorder... •Mathematics Disorder... •Disorder of Written…
Hand-eye coordination, bad handwriting, copying things, sports
Mental Retardation types
•Mild - IQ 50-55 to 70... •May live independently... •Moderate - IQ…
Mental Retardation
A.Significantly sub-average IQ... B.Impairment in adaptive funct…
35 terms
Infancy/ childhood/ Adolescence/ Adulthood
maturation
motor development
cognitive development
Piaget
biological physical growth that occurs regardless of the envi…
coordination: roll, crawl, walk, run
developed by Jean Piaget, states that construction of thought…
developed the Theory of Cognitive development
maturation
biological physical growth that occurs regardless of the envi…
motor development
coordination: roll, crawl, walk, run
25 terms
Ch. 23: Disorders Usually First Diagnosed in Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescence
1. Which developmental characteristic…
2. Which nursing intervention related…
3. A child has been diagnosed with aut…
4. In planning care for a child diagno…
ANS: D... The nurse should identify that a client diagnosed with…
ANS: B... Providing simple directions and praise is an appropria…
ANS: B... The most appropriate reply by the nurse is to explain…
ANS: C... The most realistic client outcome for a child diagnose…
1. Which developmental characteristic…
ANS: D... The nurse should identify that a client diagnosed with…
2. Which nursing intervention related…
ANS: B... Providing simple directions and praise is an appropria…
25 terms
Ch. 23: Disorders Usually First Diagnosed in Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescence
1. Which developmental characteristic…
2. Which nursing intervention related…
3. A child has been diagnosed with aut…
4. In planning care for a child diagno…
ANS: D... The nurse should identify that a client diagnosed with…
ANS: B... Providing simple directions and praise is an appropria…
ANS: B... The most appropriate reply by the nurse is to explain…
ANS: C... The most realistic client outcome for a child diagnose…
1. Which developmental characteristic…
ANS: D... The nurse should identify that a client diagnosed with…
2. Which nursing intervention related…
ANS: B... Providing simple directions and praise is an appropria…
25 terms
Ch. 23: Disorders Usually First Diagnosed in Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescence
1. Which developmental characteristic…
2. Which nursing intervention related…
3. A child has been diagnosed with aut…
4. In planning care for a child diagno…
ANS: D... The nurse should identify that a client diagnosed with…
ANS: B... Providing simple directions and praise is an appropria…
ANS: B... The most appropriate reply by the nurse is to explain…
ANS: C... The most realistic client outcome for a child diagnose…
1. Which developmental characteristic…
ANS: D... The nurse should identify that a client diagnosed with…
2. Which nursing intervention related…
ANS: B... Providing simple directions and praise is an appropria…
25 terms
Ch. 23: Disorders Usually First Diagnosed in Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescence
1. Which developmental characteristic…
2. Which nursing intervention related…
3. A child has been diagnosed with aut…
4. In planning care for a child diagno…
ANS: D... The nurse should identify that a client diagnosed with…
ANS: B... Providing simple directions and praise is an appropria…
ANS: B... The most appropriate reply by the nurse is to explain…
ANS: C... The most realistic client outcome for a child diagnose…
1. Which developmental characteristic…
ANS: D... The nurse should identify that a client diagnosed with…
2. Which nursing intervention related…
ANS: B... Providing simple directions and praise is an appropria…
31 terms
Chapter 11: Infancy, Childhood, and Adolescence
the recommended amount of time for exc…
what are some of the benefits of breas…
what is the recommended weights for in…
what is the age requirements for seein…
6 months
-prevents against infectious diseases... -decreases allergic res…
-double birth weight by 4-6 months... -triple birth weight by 1…
21 yrs old
the recommended amount of time for exc…
6 months
what are some of the benefits of breas…
-prevents against infectious diseases... -decreases allergic res…
16 terms
Ch. 11 Infancy, Childhood, and Adolescence
Breast feeding advantages
First 3 days
Foremilk
galcotosemia
Prevents against infectious disease... Decreases allergic respon…
breast milk is very high in fat and immunoglobins (clostrim)
normal breast milk which has less fat in it
baby is allergic to breast milk
Breast feeding advantages
Prevents against infectious disease... Decreases allergic respon…
First 3 days
breast milk is very high in fat and immunoglobins (clostrim)
8 terms
Chapter 16 - Infancy, Childhood, and Adolescence
_____-______ is a major protein in hum…
______ is a milk-like secretion from t…
_____ is to gradually replace breast m…
____ ____ ____ ______ is extensive too…
alpha-lactalbumin
colostrum
wean
nursing bottle tooth decay
_____-______ is a major protein in hum…
alpha-lactalbumin
______ is a milk-like secretion from t…
colostrum
11 terms
Infancy, Childhood and Adolescence Test 3
Altruism
Empathy
What is required for empathy
What is needed for raising an altruist…
a selfless concern for other people through pro-social acts
an emotional connection with another person; feeling with them
Lack of Egocentrism
Reinforcement... Verbal Reinforcement... Modeling... Type of punishmen…
Altruism
a selfless concern for other people through pro-social acts
Empathy
an emotional connection with another person; feeling with them
25 terms
Chapter11 Infancy, Childhood, and adolescence
exclusive breastfeeding for the first…
what does soy formula not have enough…
only give a baby soy formula for what…
what are the 3 advantages of breast mi…
6
iron and protein, provide the baby with other forms of protei…
allergic, lactose intolerant
infection-fighting agents, allergic prevention, and decrease…
exclusive breastfeeding for the first…
6
what does soy formula not have enough…
iron and protein, provide the baby with other forms of protei…
19 terms
Infancy, Childhood, and Adolescence Chapter #15
Nutrition Age 0-12 months
Growth Patterns (usual)
Allergy foods
Anemia
An infant grows fast during the first year, as factor in asse…
Infant Growth during first year... * reflects nutrients intake... *…
to prevent allergy and to facilitate its prompt identificatio…
Anemia is an iron-deficiency that develops when the infant in…
Nutrition Age 0-12 months
An infant grows fast during the first year, as factor in asse…
Growth Patterns (usual)
Infant Growth during first year... * reflects nutrients intake... *…
15 terms
Disorders of Childhood and Adolescence
Separation Anxiety Disorder
Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder
oppositional defiant disorder
Conduct Disorder
Separation Anxiety Disorder
Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder
11 terms
Growth and Development: Infancy, Childhood and Adolescence
Stages
Brain development
Critical Periods
Milestones
Newborn - <1 month... Infant - 1 - 12 months ... Toddler - 1 - 3 ye…
- All brain neurons are present but unconnected.... - Brain wiri…
Vision: Birth to 6 months ... Motor: Prenatal to 8 months ... Emoti…
-Begins to smile (1-2 months)... -Follows objects visually (3 mo…
Stages
Newborn - <1 month... Infant - 1 - 12 months ... Toddler - 1 - 3 ye…
Brain development
- All brain neurons are present but unconnected.... - Brain wiri…
51 terms
Unit 4; Infancy, Childhood & Adolescence
Piaget's 4 Stages & Years
Sensori-Motor Stage
Pre-Operational
Concrete Operational
Sensori-Motor (Birth - 1 1/2 years), Pre-Operational (1 1/2 y…
Simple motor responses to sensory stimuli.
Uses symbols to understand simple problems.
Starts to understand more things but limited.
Piaget's 4 Stages & Years
Sensori-Motor (Birth - 1 1/2 years), Pre-Operational (1 1/2 y…
Sensori-Motor Stage
Simple motor responses to sensory stimuli.
56 terms
Nutrition during Infancy, Childhood, and Adolescence
most infants double their birth weight…
infants triple their birth weight by
begins the second stage of rapid growt…
growth charts are developed by
6 months old
12-15 months
the onset of puberty
World Health Organization (WHO) and the Center for Disease Co…
most infants double their birth weight…
6 months old
infants triple their birth weight by
12-15 months
40 terms
152 Final: infancy, childhood, and adolescence
TED talk-phenomenon when pt thinks mot…
TED talk-why can individuals recognize…
TED talk-phantom limb technique used
frontal lobe
capgras phenomenon; damage to fusiform gyrus, no "wire" to am…
hearing center pathway to emotional center (amygdala) is sepa…
use mirror: give visual feedback that limb is "obeying comman…
voluntary movements, thinking, personality, intentionality/pu…
TED talk-phenomenon when pt thinks mot…
capgras phenomenon; damage to fusiform gyrus, no "wire" to am…
TED talk-why can individuals recognize…
hearing center pathway to emotional center (amygdala) is sepa…
19 terms
Infancy, Childhood & adolescence chapter 15
Nutrition ages 0-12 months
growth patterns (usual)
Allergy foods
Anemia
Infants main diet consists of mainly of breast milk or formul…
An infant's weight usually doubles by 5 months and may triple…
breast milk protects against development of allergies the mot…
iron-deficiency anemia develops when solid food intake is dis…
Nutrition ages 0-12 months
Infants main diet consists of mainly of breast milk or formul…
growth patterns (usual)
An infant's weight usually doubles by 5 months and may triple…
48 terms
Nutrition in infancy, childhood, and adolescence 15
How do health care providers assess gr…
Define childhood overweight and obesit…
What is failure to thrive? List some p…
• Describe the rate of infant growth.
○ Growth: best indicator of nutritional health ... ▪ -Weight: u…
underweight (<5th percentile) Healthy weight ( 5th up to 85th…
○ Failure to thrive: inadequate growth during infancy or chil…
○ Rapid growth rate ... ○ •Weight ... ▪ -Doubles by 6 months ... ▪…
How do health care providers assess gr…
○ Growth: best indicator of nutritional health ... ▪ -Weight: u…
Define childhood overweight and obesit…
underweight (<5th percentile) Healthy weight ( 5th up to 85th…
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