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Infant ( Birth to 1 year)

Sits unsupported at _____ months

8

2

Infant ( Birth to 1 year)

Crawls at ____ months

10

3

Infant ( Birth to 1 year)

Fine pincer grasp appears at ___-___ months

10 to 12

4

Infant ( Birth to 1 year)

Waves bye-bye at ___ months

10

5

Infant ( Birth to 1 year)

Walks with assistance at __-__ months

10 - 12

6

Infant ( Birth to 1 year)

Says a few word in addition to “mama” or “ dada” at ____ months

12

7

Infant ( Birth to 1 year)

Explores environment by ___ and ____ means

motor and oral

8

Infant ( Birth to 1 year) is what Erikson Stage?

Trust vs. Mistrust

9

Infant ( Birth to 1 year)

Birth weight doubles by ___ months, triples by ___ months

6, 12

10

Infant ( Birth to 1 year)

Birth length increases by __% at __ months

50% , 12

11

Infant ( Birth to 1 year)

Posterior fontanel closes by _____ weeks

8

12

Infant ( Birth to 1 year)

Social smile occurs at ___ months

2

13

Infant ( Birth to 1 year)

Head turns to locate sounds at ____ months

3

14

Infant ( Birth to 1 year)

Moro reflex disappears around ____ months

4

15

Infant ( Birth to 1 year)

Steady head control is achieved at ___ months

4

16

Infant ( Birth to 1 year)

Rolls from abdomen to back and back to abdomen at ___-___ months

5-6

17

Infant ( Birth to 1 year)

Plays peek-a-boo after ___ months

6

18

Infant ( Birth to 1 year)

Transfers objects from hand to hand at ____ months

7

19

Infant ( Birth to 1 year)

Develops stranger anxiety at ___-___ months

7-9

20

Nursing implications:

During hospitalization the infant’s emerging skills may ____ or _____.

disappear or regress

21

Nursing implications:

If the parents are not able to be with the infant, the baby may be inconsolable due to ______ _______.

separation anxiety

The nurse should plan to have the parents be part of the infant’s care and should encourage them to do so

22

Nursing implications:

Respect the infant’s schedule at home by assessing and implementing as many components as possible

Preparation and teaching should be directed to the family.

However, the nurse should always speak to the infant and console the infant, especially while performing painful or stressful procedures.

23

Nursing implications:

Toys for hospitalized infants include:

mobiles, rattles, squeaking toys, picture books, balls, colored blocks, and activity boxes.

24

What behavior would indicate that thyroid hormone therapy for a 4 month old is effective?

You must know which milestones are accomplished by a 4 month old.

He Has steady head control, which is an expected milestone for a 4 month old and indicates that replacement therapy is adequate for growth.

25

What behavior would indicate that thyroid hormone therapy for a 4 month old is effective?

You must know which milestones are accomplished by a 4 month old.

He Has steady head control, which is an expected milestone for a 4 month old and indicates that replacement therapy is adequate for growth.

26

Toddler ( 1 – 3 years)

Birth wt quadruples by ___ months

30

27

Toddler ( 1 – 3 years)

Achieves 50% of adult height by _____years

2

28

Toddler ( 1 – 3 years)

Growth velocity ____.

Slows

29

Toddler ( 1 – 3 years)

Appears to be ___ and _____.

bowlegged and potbellied

30

Toddler ( 1 – 3 years)

All _____ teeth (20) are present

Primary