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caroline 9

caroline ch. 9

when infants fall it is important to remember that they usually land on their head cause they can't stretch thir arms out in time
infants primarily are what type of breathers nose breathers
an infant is born with 4 types of reflexes. Name them moro reflex, palmar grasp, rooting reflex, sucking reflex.
What happens with the moro reflex When an infant is startled they open their arms wide, spread the fingers and seam to grab at things.
What happens with the Palmar grasp an infant will grab what ever is placed in their palm
What happens with the rooting reflex when something touches their cheek they instinctively turn their head toward the touch.
What happens with the sucking reflex when an infants lips are stroked they start sucking.
the fontanelles usually bind together by how many months 18
what kind of reasoning is it called when children act almost purely to avoid punishment and to get whaqt they want preconventional reasoning
what kind of reasoning is it called when a child looks for approval form their peers and society conventional reasoning
what kind of reasoning is it called when a child makes decisions guided by their conscience postconventional reasoning.
What is the age range for toddlers 1-3 years
What is the age range for preschoolers 3-6 years
What is the age range for school-age 6-12 years
What is the age range for adolescents 12-18 years
why is an older patient more susceptible to a brain bleed because brain shrinkage stretches the bridging veins that return blood from inside the brain to the dura matter causein tearing more easily.
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