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Ped's test 2

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Glascow coma scale - describe 3-8 8-12 13-15 severe - loss of consciousness or postraumatic amnesia >24 hrs extensive impairments Moderate - Loss of consciousness>30 min but <24 hrs mild
Level I No response to anything
Level II generalized response
Level III localized response
Level IV Confused agitated Alert very active, aggressive and bizarre behaviors,non purposeful, short attention span
Level V Confused non agitated highly distractible, difficult learning new task, inappropriate verbalizations
Level VI Confused-Appropriate Begin to recall past, follow simple directions
Level VII Automatic appropriate - performs routine in automatic manner, confused in unfamiliar environment
VII purposeful-appropriate
Spinal bifida occulta neural arches do not connect no neural material outside the spinal canal most common
SB meningocele neural arches do not connect meninges protrude
Spina bbifida myelomeningocele spinal cord and meninges protrude thru the vertebral defect
signs and symptoms of myelomeningocele -flaccid LE -Loss of sensation -hydocephalus in 80%
Signs of shunt malfunctions -Irritability -headache -vomiting
L4 some knee flexion
L5 weak hip extension and abduction
Trisomy extra chromosome 21 more common in females
Translocation 21 attaches to another chromosome
Mosaic may have higher IQ tahn those with down syndrom
Created by: ckdabne