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1

Age birth to one month

Neonate
Pulse 90 - 180
Respirations 30 - 60

2

Age one month to one year

Infant
Pulse 100 - 160
Respirations 25 - 50

3

Age one year to 3 years

Toddler
Pulse 90 - 150
Respirations 20 - 30

4

Age 3 years to 6 years

Preschool
Pulse 80 - 140
Respirations 20 - 25

5

Age 6 years to 12 years

Schoolage
Pulse 70 - 120
Respirations 15 - 20

6

Age 12 years to 18 years

Adolescent
Pulse 60 - 100 (adult)
Respirations 12 - 20 (adult)

7

Age 19 years to 40 years

Early Adult
Pulse 60 - 100 (adult)
Respirations 12 - 20 (adult)

8

Age 40 years to 60 years

Middle Adult
Pulse 60 - 100 (adult)
Respirations 12 - 20 (adult)

9

Age 61 years and older

Late Adult
depends on health

10

How to determine respiration rate in an infant

Count number of times abdomen rises, instead of chest.
Belly breathing because rib cage is less developed and is less rigid

11

What are the neonatal reflexes

moro reflex - (startle reflex) arms open wide, spreads fingers, seems to grab at things.
Palmar grasp - place something in palm
Rooting reflex - touch cheek, turns head towards that side.
Sucking reflex - stroke lips to start suckling

12

What is secure attachment?

Bonding or formation of close personal relationships. Opposite is anxious-avoidance in infants who have been repeatedly rejected.

13

When does antisocial behavior and peer pressure tend to peak?

Around 14 to 16 years of age

14

What is the terminal drop hypothesis?

Mental function is presumed to drop in the final 5 years of ones natural life.