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pediatrics test 3

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Pauciarticular Affects 4 or fewer joints Affects larger joints Affects girls 5x more than boys Most common
3 subtypes of pauciarticular 1st type - Positive for antinuclear antibodies; eye 2nd type: affects the spine; anklylosis spondylitis 3rd type: Joint involvement is extent; outgrow
Polyarticular Affects 5 or more joints large and small joitns 3x as many girls than boys 1/3 children with RA
2 subtypes of polyarticular type 1 - RF antibodies; more severe type 2 - only suffer joint involvment; less involved
Interventions for RA Reducing swelling with thermotherapy ROM exercises Strengthening exercises
How many signs signs does a child need to have to be dx with autism 6 and 2 from social skills
Precautions for Autism seizures, sensory problems, cognitive imprairment
Components of the asthma management plan child's asthma history triggers and symptoms Ways to contact parent/guardian/health care provider
Duchenne most progressive involves all voluntary mms
Becker Less severe than duchenne, progress slower
Emery-Dreifuss weakness and wasting of shoulder, upper arm,and shin mm, slow progression, sudden death from cardiac problem
Limb-Girdle affects shoulder girdle and pelvic girdle, slow progression, death from cardiac problem
Created by: ckdabne