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1

What professionals are involves in Child Health Surveillance?

Midwife
GP
Nurses
Social Workers

2

When do immunizations start?

8 weeks

3

What are the 8 aims of the Healthy Child Program?

1. Mother and Child Strong Bond
2. Encourage care that keeps the child healthy and safe
3. Protects the child from serious disease through screening and immunization
4. Reduce childhood obesity- promote healthy eating
5. Encourage mothers to breast feed
6. Identify problems in a child's health or development
7. Make sure children are prepared for school
8. Identify and help children with problems that may affect chances later in life

4

When is the National Standar Health and Development Record given? By who?

At 10 days by the healthcare provider. Also known as the Red Book. Has information about:
- Birth details
- Immunisation
- Routine Screening and
- Immunization

5

What age can the baby's BMI be worked out?

At the age of 2

6

How do we work out BMI

BMI = Weight (kg)/ Height (m) ^2

7

What is Apgar score?

A score that looks at a baby's color, breathing, activity and posture 1-5 minutes after birth by a nurse

8

What will happen:
- At birth
- 1 hour after birth
- 72 hours after birth

- Apgars Score
- Weight, temperature, height and head circumference of baby
- Head to toe examination look for any birth marks, breathing/ heart problems or undescended testes

9

When is a baby's weight measured?

- 1 hour after birth
-1 month
- 2 months

10

What is done at the 8 week examination?

- Weight
- Immunisation
- Full body exam. You need to look at the curvature of the spine, genitalia abnormalities and also check the movement tone of baby.
** CHECK baby and parent interaction **

11

BABY IMMUNIZATION SCHEDULE:
- 8 weeks: DR PIMP
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Diptheria, Tetanus, Whooping cough
Rota Virus
Polio
Haemophilus Influenza
Men B
Pneumococal

12

BABY IMMUNIZATION SCHEDULE:
- 12 weeks DR PIM

Diptheriae, Tetanus, Whooping cough
Rota Virus
Polio
Haemophilus Influenza
Men C

13

BABY IMMUNIZATION SCHEDULE:
- 16 weeks D PIMP

Diptheriae, Tetanus, Whooping cough

Polio
Haemophilus Influenza
Men B
Pneumococal

14

BABY IMMUNIZATION SCHEDULE:
- 1 year IMP

Haemophilus Influenza
Men B and Men C
Pneumococal
MMR

15

BABY IMMUNIZATION SCHEDULE: 2 year

Influenza

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BABY IMMUNIZATION SCHEDULE: 3 years 4 months
DPM

- Second MMR vaccine – injection into arm
- 4 in 1 pre school booster – Diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough, polio – Injected into upper arm

17

12-13 years old

HPV

18

14 years

Ditheria Tetanus, polio
Men ACWY

19

3 types of vaccination

1. Whole organism e.g. typhoid or anthrax. Pros no risk of infection and easy to store. However, they tend to activate humoral responses (no T cell involvement) as it isn't strong enough booster vaccinations are required.
2. Subunit e.g. toxoid (antigenic extracts).
- Inactivated exotoxin (toxoid) diphtheria or tetanus
- Capsular polysaccharide
- Recombinant microbial antigens