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Haney Medterm c19-3

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growth and development proceeds from head to toe cephalocaudal
growth and development proceeds from the center outward or from the midline to the periphery proximodistal
activities move from being generalized toward being more focused general to specific
language, for example, develops from simple to complex simple to complex
occur throughout childhood alternating with periods of slow growth growth spurts
a form of long-term acquired immunity that protects the body against new infection active immunity
the heart rate, as heard with a stethoscope placed on the chest apical pulse
absence of spontaneous respiration apnea
body temperature, as recorded by a thermometer placed in the armpit axillary temperature
present at birth congenital
common, abnormally respiratory sound heard on auscultation of the chest during inspiration crackles
bluish discoloration of the skin and mucous membranes cyanosis
Created by: hmace3