Flashcards in BRS- Health Supervision Deck (67)
What screening tests are done at 4 years of age?
Hearing & Vision
Until what age should height/weight/head circumference be measures?
When is FTT a major health concern?
When crossing 2 major percentile isobars on NHS charts
What measurement is most effected by FTT?
Weight more than height/ head circumference
When should babies regain, double, and triple birth weights?
regain: by two weeks
double: 4-6 months
triple: 12 months
How much weight per year should kids gain from age 2 through adolescence?
2.3 kg/year ~ 5 pounds
When should babies increase birth height by 50%, double, and triple?
50%: 12 months
double: 4 years
triple: 13 years
MCC failure to thrive?
inorganic: disturbed parent child bond --> poor caloric intake
When is head/ brain growth complete?
75% by age 1, complete by age 2
*Brain growth 90% by age 2, 100% by age 5
subperiosteal hemorrhage after traumatic delivery
Expected head growth during first two months of life?
0.5 cm per week
Expected head growth between 2-6 months of life:
0.25 cm per week
Expected head growth by 12 months of age
12 cm since birth
When is "acquired" microcephaly acquired?
third trimester, perinatal period, year 1 of life
(therefore third trimester infection does not = CONGENITAL microcephaly cause, would be "acquired".)
What are potential effects of microcephaly?
What are risk factors for craniosynostosis?
GI causes of FTT: (8)
2 Pulmonary related causes of FTT?
2 Heme Onc?
4 renal related causes of FTT?
Congenital causes of FTT?
3 Neuro Causes of FTT
-Tumors, hydrocephalus, decreased tone/ weakness
Immune/ ID Causes of FTT (4):
TB, HIV, Hepatitis, Immunocompromised states
2 Endocrine Causes of FTT:
1 Toxin related Cause of FTT:
What head shape is assc with premature closure of each of the following sutures?
Management of craniosynostosis
+ possible assc condition
abnormal head shape not caused by premature suture closure
-may be assc with torticollis
Potential causes of macrocephaly (6):
List (live) vaccines that may be given to children
List three examples of passive immunization
(VZIG, HBIG, HAIG)