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Health Promotion of the Infant and Family
Growth (weight) in first yr
Growth (height) in first yr
Root Reflex
Suck Reflex
5-7 oz/ week... birthweight double at 6 mo... triple at 1yr
1"/ mo ... double length by 1yr... (in spurts not a pattern)
Appears: Birth... Disappears: 3 mo
Appears: Birth... Disappears: 2-5 mo
Growth (weight) in first yr
5-7 oz/ week... birthweight double at 6 mo... triple at 1yr
Growth (height) in first yr
1"/ mo ... double length by 1yr... (in spurts not a pattern)
25 terms
Health Promotion of the Infant and Family
What are some nursing interventions th…
How can we help parents adapt to their…
Discipline with infant deals with what?
What is the infant basis source of ple…
Our focus should be on promoted an environment that is stimul…
- Having one or two caregivers may help or introducing your i…
1. Set limits to protect the infant... 2. Infant's behavior is e…
Sucking
What are some nursing interventions th…
Our focus should be on promoted an environment that is stimul…
How can we help parents adapt to their…
- Having one or two caregivers may help or introducing your i…
26 terms
Health Promotion of the Infant and Family
What are two important things to not d…
What should you do to ease stranger an…
How early can stranger anxiety begin a…
What does stranger anxiety coincide wi…
Ignoring child's distress and pressuring the child to be comf…
Teach friends and relatives to approach carefully, introduce…
Can start as early as four months and normally at 6 months.
Object permanence.
What are two important things to not d…
Ignoring child's distress and pressuring the child to be comf…
What should you do to ease stranger an…
Teach friends and relatives to approach carefully, introduce…
Health Promotion of the Infant and Family
Full-term infant head circumference
Full-term infant crown to rump length
Full-term infant length
Full-term infant weight
13 - 14 in
12.5 - 14 in
19 - 21 in
6 - 9 lbs
Full-term infant head circumference
13 - 14 in
Full-term infant crown to rump length
12.5 - 14 in
19 terms
Health Promotion of the Infant and Family
Physical Development: Fontanels
Normal Infants Weight development
Infant Height development
Head circumference growth
Posterior- closes at 6-8 wks of age ... Anterior- closes at 12-…
aprox 5-7 oz per wk for first 6 mnths, then birth weight doub…
2.5cm for first 6 mths, growth spurts to 6 mths, then birth l…
increases by 1.5cm per month for first 6 mths, then 0.5cm for…
Physical Development: Fontanels
Posterior- closes at 6-8 wks of age ... Anterior- closes at 12-…
Normal Infants Weight development
aprox 5-7 oz per wk for first 6 mnths, then birth weight doub…
Health Promotion of the Infant and Family
Progression of Pediatric Visits in Pri…
Proportional Changes
Anterior fontanel closes by
Posterior fontanel closes
3-5 days after birth... 2 weeks... 1 month or 2months... 4months... 6mont…
0.5 to 0.75 ounces weight gain per day for first 4-6 months.…
12-18months
6-8 weeks.
Progression of Pediatric Visits in Pri…
3-5 days after birth... 2 weeks... 1 month or 2months... 4months... 6mont…
Proportional Changes
0.5 to 0.75 ounces weight gain per day for first 4-6 months.…
25 terms
Health Promotion of the Infant and Family
What are some nursing interventions th…
How can we help parents adapt to their…
Discipline with infant deals with what?
What is the infant basis source of ple…
Our focus should be on promoted an environment that is stimul…
- Having one or two caregivers may help or introducing your i…
1. Set limits to protect the infant... 2. Infant's behavior is e…
Sucking
What are some nursing interventions th…
Our focus should be on promoted an environment that is stimul…
How can we help parents adapt to their…
- Having one or two caregivers may help or introducing your i…
61 terms
Health Promotion of the Infant & Family
Erikson's stage of Development
Phase 1 of basic needs
Phase II of basic needs
birth weight growth pattern
Trust vs. Mistrust (1st stage)... -Sense of trust: trust of self…
Oral, the infant doesn't tolerate a delay in gratification; s…
Social: the infant becomes more able to interact with the car…
birth weight doubles by 6 months... triples by 12 months
Erikson's stage of Development
Trust vs. Mistrust (1st stage)... -Sense of trust: trust of self…
Phase 1 of basic needs
Oral, the infant doesn't tolerate a delay in gratification; s…
66 terms
Health Promotion of Infant and Family
decreases
greater heat loss, fluid loss
ECF
longer
1 month after birth, weight increases/decreases
what occurs because of infants larger body surface area
infants are different because: greater % ECF/ICF, more availa…
infants have longer/shorter GI tract in proportionally
decreases
1 month after birth, weight increases/decreases
greater heat loss, fluid loss
what occurs because of infants larger body surface area
35 terms
Health Promotion: Infant and family
growth and development: proportional c…
Respiratory System
immunologic system
cardiovascular system
5 to 7 ounces weight gain q week... double birth weight by age 6…
slows down by infancy... short and straight Eustachian tube... trac…
mothers stored antibodies... up until 3 mos develop own immunity…
BP is last to change *concerned when BP is low... normal systoli…
growth and development: proportional c…
5 to 7 ounces weight gain q week... double birth weight by age 6…
Respiratory System
slows down by infancy... short and straight Eustachian tube... trac…
19 terms
12. health promotion of the infant and family
proprotional changes
neurologic reflexes that appear during…
Sensory changes
mature of systems
growth rapid first day (esp first 6 month)... gain 1.5lb per mon…
labyrinth righting: infant prone/supine is able to raise head…
binocularity- fixation of 2 ocular images into one cerebral p…
rhythm often sinus arrhythmia (rate increases w/ inspiration…
proprotional changes
growth rapid first day (esp first 6 month)... gain 1.5lb per mon…
neurologic reflexes that appear during…
labyrinth righting: infant prone/supine is able to raise head…
22 terms
Health promotion of the infant & family vc
Promoting healthy growth & development
Stranger anxiety
Separation anxiety
Discipline
Dealing with separation/stranger/anxiety. Limit setting/disci…
Promoting healthy growth & development. Don't pressure. Don't…
Promoting healthy growth & development. Timing is everything.…
Promoting healthy growth & development. Need to be taught, se…
Promoting healthy growth & development
Dealing with separation/stranger/anxiety. Limit setting/disci…
Stranger anxiety
Promoting healthy growth & development. Don't pressure. Don't…
63 terms
Family, communication and infant health promotion
Types of family structures
Nuclear family
Binuclear
Communal family
Nuclear, binuclear, child free, single parent, commuter, step…
mom and dad
Step parents and siblings
Multiple families that live together and share duties
Types of family structures
Nuclear, binuclear, child free, single parent, commuter, step…
Nuclear family
mom and dad
13 terms
Chapter 10 - Health Promotion of the Infant and Family
Infant Weight Change
Infant Brain & Head Growth
Closure of Fontanels
Infant Height Change
Infant weight should double by 6 months of age, triple by 12…
By the end of the first year brain increased by weight approx…
Posterior fontanel 6-8 weeks, anterior 12-18 months
1 inch per month during the first 6 months, half the amount t…
Infant Weight Change
Infant weight should double by 6 months of age, triple by 12…
Infant Brain & Head Growth
By the end of the first year brain increased by weight approx…
93 terms
Chap 10 Health Promotion of the Infant and Family
Labyrinth Righting
Neck Righting
Body Righting
Otolith righting
-Infant in prone or supine position is able to raise head; ap…
-While infant is supine, head is turned to one side; shoulder…
-A modification of the neck-righting reflex in which turning…
-When body of an erect infant is tilted, head is returned to…
Labyrinth Righting
-Infant in prone or supine position is able to raise head; ap…
Neck Righting
-While infant is supine, head is turned to one side; shoulder…
19 terms
Chapter 10 Health Promotion of the Infant and Family
Biologic Development
Hematopoietic changes
Immunologic System
Fine Motor Development
1st year growth is rapid, slows down during the second 6 mont…
Fetal hgb present in first 5 months... With increased fetal hgb,…
3 months = maternal IgG... By 1 yr, has reached 40% of adult lev…
Grasp 2-3 months as a reflex... 5 months voluntarily grasps obje…
Biologic Development
1st year growth is rapid, slows down during the second 6 mont…
Hematopoietic changes
Fetal hgb present in first 5 months... With increased fetal hgb,…
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Health Promotion of the Infant and Family Chapter 25
birth weight _____ by months
the average 6 month old weighs ____ lbs
the birth weight ____ by 12 months
by 1 year length increases ___ %
doubles
16 pounds
triples
50%
birth weight _____ by months
doubles
the average 6 month old weighs ____ lbs
16 pounds
19 terms
Chapter 10 Health Promotion of the Infant and Family
Biologic Development
Hematopoietic changes
Immunologic System
Fine Motor Development
1st year growth is rapid, slows down during the second 6 mont…
Fetal hgb present in first 5 months... With increased fetal hgb,…
3 months = maternal IgG... By 1 yr, has reached 40% of adult lev…
Grasp 2-3 months as a reflex... 5 months voluntarily grasps obje…
Biologic Development
1st year growth is rapid, slows down during the second 6 mont…
Hematopoietic changes
Fetal hgb present in first 5 months... With increased fetal hgb,…
19 terms
Chapter 10 Health Promotion of the Infant and Family
Biologic Development
Hematopoietic changes
Immunologic System
Fine Motor Development
1st year growth is rapid, slows down during the second 6 mont…
Fetal hgb present in first 5 months... With increased fetal hgb,…
3 months = maternal IgG... By 1 yr, has reached 40% of adult lev…
Grasp 2-3 months as a reflex... 5 months voluntarily grasps obje…
Biologic Development
1st year growth is rapid, slows down during the second 6 mont…
Hematopoietic changes
Fetal hgb present in first 5 months... With increased fetal hgb,…
19 terms
Chapter 10 Health Promotion of the Infant and Family
Biologic Development
Hematopoietic changes
Immunologic System
Fine Motor Development
1st year growth is rapid, slows down during the second 6 mont…
Fetal hgb present in first 5 months... With increased fetal hgb,…
3 months = maternal IgG... By 1 yr, has reached 40% of adult lev…
Grasp 2-3 months as a reflex... 5 months voluntarily grasps obje…
Biologic Development
1st year growth is rapid, slows down during the second 6 mont…
Hematopoietic changes
Fetal hgb present in first 5 months... With increased fetal hgb,…
26 terms
Chapter 10 - Health Promotion of the Infant and Family
Proportional Changes (Infant)
Sensory Changes (Infant)
Binocularity (Sensory change)
Fine Motor Development (Infant)
- 5-7 ounces of weight/wk... - Double birth weight by age 5 mont…
- Visual preference for the human face, by 6 months can disti…
the fixation of 2 ocular images into one cerebral picture beg…
- Grasps object, age 2 to 3 months... - Transfers object between…
Proportional Changes (Infant)
- 5-7 ounces of weight/wk... - Double birth weight by age 5 mont…
Sensory Changes (Infant)
- Visual preference for the human face, by 6 months can disti…
19 terms
Chapter 10 Health Promotion of the Infant and Family
Biologic Development
Hematopoietic changes
Immunologic System
Fine Motor Development
1st year growth is rapid, slows down during the second 6 mont…
Fetal hgb present in first 5 months... With increased fetal hgb,…
3 months = maternal IgG... By 1 yr, has reached 40% of adult lev…
Grasp 2-3 months as a reflex... 5 months voluntarily grasps obje…
Biologic Development
1st year growth is rapid, slows down during the second 6 mont…
Hematopoietic changes
Fetal hgb present in first 5 months... With increased fetal hgb,…
45 terms
Chapter 10: Health Promotion of the Infant and Family
At which age does an infant start to r…
During the 2-month well-child checkup,…
Which characteristic best describes th…
The nurse is checking reflexes on a 7-…
ANS: C... The child can recognize familiar objects at approxima…
ANS: C... At 2 months of age, an infant should turn his or her…
ANS: D... At age 5 months, the infant should be able to volunta…
ANS: A... When the infant is suspended in a horizontal prone po…
At which age does an infant start to r…
ANS: C... The child can recognize familiar objects at approxima…
During the 2-month well-child checkup,…
ANS: C... At 2 months of age, an infant should turn his or her…
44 terms
Chapter 10: Health Promotion of the Infant and Family
At which age does an infant start to r…
During the 2-month well-child checkup,…
Which characteristic best describes th…
The nurse is checking reflexes on a 7-…
Answer: C
Answer: C
Answer: D
Answer: A
At which age does an infant start to r…
Answer: C
During the 2-month well-child checkup,…
Answer: C
37 terms
ch.10 health promotion of the infant and family
a 4 month old infant is brought to the…
the type of play in which infants enga…
an important nutritional supplement re…
what would you expect the child if the…
b.iron deficiency anemia ... d. infant botulism
a. solitary
c. vitamin D
dehydration
a 4 month old infant is brought to the…
b.iron deficiency anemia ... d. infant botulism
the type of play in which infants enga…
a. solitary
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L1 health promotion of the infant and family
Recommended vaccines
Hepatitis A
Hep B
DTP
Hepatitis A and hepatitis B... Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis (D…
transmitted by fecal or oral route or person to person by ing…
within one week of birth, 3 injections
diphtheria is rare in US, respiratory symptoms, Tetanus, and…
Recommended vaccines
Hepatitis A and hepatitis B... Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis (D…
Hepatitis A
transmitted by fecal or oral route or person to person by ing…
19 terms
Chapter 10 Health Promotion of the Infant and Family
Biologic Development
Hematopoietic changes
Immunologic System
Fine Motor Development
1st year growth is rapid, slows down during the second 6 mont…
Fetal hgb present in first 5 months... With increased fetal hgb,…
3 months = maternal IgG... By 1 yr, has reached 40% of adult lev…
Grasp 2-3 months as a reflex... 5 months voluntarily grasps obje…
Biologic Development
1st year growth is rapid, slows down during the second 6 mont…
Hematopoietic changes
Fetal hgb present in first 5 months... With increased fetal hgb,…
27 terms
Health Promotion of the Infant and Family exam 2
Provide anticipatory guidance to paren…
Provide anticipatory guidance to paren…
Provide parents with feeding recommend…
Analyze immunization requirements duri…
...
...
...
...
Provide anticipatory guidance to paren…
...
Provide anticipatory guidance to paren…
...
44 terms
Chapter 10: Health Promotion of the Infant and Family
At which age does an infant start to r…
During the 2-month well-child checkup,…
Which characteristic best describes th…
The nurse is checking reflexes on a 7-…
Answer: C
Answer: C
Answer: D
Answer: A
At which age does an infant start to r…
Answer: C
During the 2-month well-child checkup,…
Answer: C
48 terms
N304 Health Promotion of the Infant and Family
Growth
Development
Abnormalities
Stages of Growth and Development
Increase in physical size of a whole or any of its parts, or…
A continuous, orderly series of conditions that leads to acti…
goal is early intervention
- Newborn - Birth to 1 month... - Infancy - 1 month to 1 year... -…
Growth
Increase in physical size of a whole or any of its parts, or…
Development
A continuous, orderly series of conditions that leads to acti…
56 terms
PEDS Ch 10 Health Promotion of the Infant and Family
How do infants biologically develop?
What does that ^^^ mean?
Infants shoud gain how much weight per…
They should _____ their birth weight b…
Cephalocaudalproximodistal Sequence
The grow from head to toe, center to periphery (how they obta…
5-7 ounces
double (Average = 16 lbs)
How do infants biologically develop?
Cephalocaudalproximodistal Sequence
What does that ^^^ mean?
The grow from head to toe, center to periphery (how they obta…
112 terms
Pediatrics Chapter 10: Health Promotion of the Infant and Family
How do infants biologically develop?
What does that ^^^ mean?
Infants shoud gain how much weight per…
Infants should _____ their birth weigh…
Cephalocaudalproximodistal Sequence
The grow from head to toe, center to periphery (how they obta…
5-7 ounces
double (Average = 16 lbs)
How do infants biologically develop?
Cephalocaudalproximodistal Sequence
What does that ^^^ mean?
The grow from head to toe, center to periphery (how they obta…
34 terms
Ch 10 health promotion of family and infant
physiologic changes in childhood: ... 5-7…
physiologic changes in childhood:... bir…
physiologic changes in childhood: ... bi…
physiologic changes in childhood: ... __…
ounces
doubles
triples
height
physiologic changes in childhood: ... 5-7…
ounces
physiologic changes in childhood:... bir…
doubles
71 terms
HEALTH PROMOTION: INFANT & FAMILY, exam 2
define anticipatory guidance
when does stranger anxiety begin?
when does stranger anxiety peak?
what can you tell a parent who child i…
a focus in all health promotion (especially infants, toddlers…
8-9 months
12-15 months
- do not pressure them ... - do not ignore their distress... - warn…
define anticipatory guidance
a focus in all health promotion (especially infants, toddlers…
when does stranger anxiety begin?
8-9 months
28 terms
Wong 10: Health promotion of infant and family
reflexes at birth
primitive reflexes are gone when
infancy is when to when
erickson theory
Moro, tonic neck, gag, cough, blink, pupillary, grasp, rootin…
3-6 months
birth to 12 months
social and self-exploration, and harmony
reflexes at birth
Moro, tonic neck, gag, cough, blink, pupillary, grasp, rootin…
primitive reflexes are gone when
3-6 months
25 terms
PEDS Ch 10 Health Promotion of the Infant and Family
What are some nursing interventions th…
How can we help parents adapt to their…
Discipline with infant deals with what?
What is the infant basis source of ple…
Our focus should be on promoted an environment that is stimul…
- Having one or two caregivers may help or introducing your i…
1. Set limits to protect the infant... 2. Infant's behavior is e…
Sucking
What are some nursing interventions th…
Our focus should be on promoted an environment that is stimul…
How can we help parents adapt to their…
- Having one or two caregivers may help or introducing your i…
141 terms
Health Promotion of the Infant
Premature infants usually catch up by...
In regards to sensation ,infants prefe…
Eye sight at birth is ____
Social smile usually appears by
2 years
Faces and high contrasting color
20/100 - 20/150
3-5 weeks
Premature infants usually catch up by...
2 years
In regards to sensation ,infants prefe…
Faces and high contrasting color
PEDS I: Ch. 10 - Health Promotion of the Infant & Family
Biologic Development
What age group is growth rapid in pedi…
How much will brain increase in weight…
When does the POSTERIOR fontanel crani…
Where the child encompasses proportional changes; sensory cha…
12 months/1st year... > infants weight doubles by 6 mos of age... >…
2.5 times; Increased by almost 33%
6 - 8 WEEKS of age
Biologic Development
Where the child encompasses proportional changes; sensory cha…
What age group is growth rapid in pedi…
12 months/1st year... > infants weight doubles by 6 mos of age... >…
Health Promotion of the Infant
Play in infancy is...
Why are infants more prone to Respirat…
What happens to the respiratory rate a…
What happens to the heart rate as the…
solitary
Proportionally smaller airways
Decreases
Decreases
Play in infancy is...
solitary
Why are infants more prone to Respirat…
Proportionally smaller airways
93 terms
N307 Chap 10 Health Promotion of the Infant and Family
Labyrinth Righting
Neck Righting
Body Righting
Otolith righting
-Infant in prone or supine position is able to raise head; ap…
-While infant is supine, head is turned to one side; shoulder…
-A modification of the neck-righting reflex in which turning…
-When body of an erect infant is tilted, head is returned to…
Labyrinth Righting
-Infant in prone or supine position is able to raise head; ap…
Neck Righting
-While infant is supine, head is turned to one side; shoulder…
56 terms
PEDS T1 Chpt 10 Health Promotion of the Infant and Family
How do infants biologically develop?
What does that ^^^ mean?
Infants shoud gain how much weight per…
They should _____ their birth weight b…
Cephalocaudalproximodistal Sequence
The grow from head to toe, center to periphery (how they obta…
5-7 ounces
double (Average = 16 lbs)
How do infants biologically develop?
Cephalocaudalproximodistal Sequence
What does that ^^^ mean?
The grow from head to toe, center to periphery (how they obta…
25 terms
Chapter 10- health promotion of the infant and family CHapter 11 (health problems of infants)
health promotion
weight doubles by ... months of age an…
hematopoietic system
maturation of systems in the first yea…
activities that increase well being and enhance health- good…
6... 2. 1 inch a month... 3. the hearts weight doubles by the first…
The blood-making organs; in the embryo at different ages thes…
1. slow abdominal... 2. HR slows, sinus arrhythmia ( rate increa…
health promotion
activities that increase well being and enhance health- good…
weight doubles by ... months of age an…
6... 2. 1 inch a month... 3. the hearts weight doubles by the first…
56 terms
PEDS T1 Chpt 10 Health Promotion of the Infant and Family
How do infants biologically develop?
What does that ^^^ mean?
Infants shoud gain how much weight per…
They should _____ their birth weight b…
Cephalocaudalproximodistal Sequence
The grow from head to toe, center to periphery (how they obta…
5-7 ounces
double (Average = 16 lbs)
How do infants biologically develop?
Cephalocaudalproximodistal Sequence
What does that ^^^ mean?
The grow from head to toe, center to periphery (how they obta…
206 terms
Pedi - Health promotion - Infant
Newborn
Infant
Newborns lose how much of BW by day 5?
Newborn regains BW by
First 28 days of life
Up to 12 months
10%
10-14 days
Newborn
First 28 days of life
Infant
Up to 12 months
12 terms
Health Promotion of Infants
Gross motor (2 months)
Gross motor (1 month)
Gross motor (3 months)
Gross motor (5 months)
Lifts head off mattress when prone
Head leg
Raises head and shoulders off mattress when prone
Rolls from front to back
Gross motor (2 months)
Lifts head off mattress when prone
Gross motor (1 month)
Head leg
22 terms
Infant Health Promotion
Distinguish between strangers and parent
binocularity
depth perception
Parachute reflex
6 months
6 weeks
7-9 months
7 months
Distinguish between strangers and parent
6 months
binocularity
6 weeks
37 terms
Health promotion of the infant
growth
gains 5-7 oz weekly
weight doubles
weight triples
cephalocaudal; proximodiastal
6 months
6 months
1 year
growth
cephalocaudal; proximodiastal
gains 5-7 oz weekly
6 months
37 terms
Health Promotion of the Infant
Infant's posterior fontanel
Infant's anterior fontanel
Weight
Height
closes by 2-3 months of age
closes by 12-18 months of age
Infants gain approx. 150-210 g (5-7 oz) weekly during the fir…
Infants grow approx. 2.5 cm (1 in) per month the first 6 mont…
Infant's posterior fontanel
closes by 2-3 months of age
Infant's anterior fontanel
closes by 12-18 months of age
39 terms
201 Health Promotion of the Infant & Family 10/10/16
What is anticipatory guidance?
When does stranger anxiety occur?
Strategies for parent in dealing with…
When are babies more likely to have st…
Info you need to give to the parent about how to prepare for…
6 months, 8-9 months... -peaks at 12 to 15 months and then they…
-don't pressure... -don't ignore childs distress... -warn friends a…
If hey are kept home all the time
What is anticipatory guidance?
Info you need to give to the parent about how to prepare for…
When does stranger anxiety occur?
6 months, 8-9 months... -peaks at 12 to 15 months and then they…
141 terms
Health Promotion of the Infant
Premature infants usually catch up by...
In regards to sensation ,infants prefe…
Eye sight at birth is ____
Social smile usually appears by
2 years
Faces and high contrasting color
20/100 - 20/150
3-5 weeks
Premature infants usually catch up by...
2 years
In regards to sensation ,infants prefe…
Faces and high contrasting color
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