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After a baby has been immunized, what are the reasons parents should call the doctor? -Hives -crying for more then 3 hours -swelling of the face or mouth -trouble breathing -very pale color and tiredness -high fever (over 39'C or 102.2F) -convulsions or seizures -blood in stools -swollen belly -persistent vomiting
List the areas that a physician will assess when an infant has their first complete medical examination. -heart -hips -hands and arms, feet and legs -back and spine -eyes -ears -nose -mouth -neck -underarms -the fontanels -genitalia
List the reasons parents would choose not to circumcise. -lack of medical necessity -fear of bleeding and infection -concerns about pain -wish for the child to be like uncircumcised father -belief in children's rights -to allow optimal sexual enjoyment -less risk of diaper irritation -not covered by OHIP
Name the six reflexes. -startle or motor Reflex -babinski Reflex -rooting Reflex -walking/stepping Reflex -Palmer grasping Reflex -tonic neck Reflex
List the reasons parents would choose to bottle feed. -longer satisfaction for baby -easy monitoring of intake -more freedom -more participation for father and older siblings -no interference with love making -fewer demands -less restriction on birth control methods -fewer dietary demands
List the reasons parents would choose to breastfeed. -milk that is individualized for your baby -better digestibility -less sodium and protein -better absorption of calcium -less risk of allergy -better health for baby -better mouth development -less obesity -string mother-baby relationships
List the reasons parents would choose to circumcise. -religious observance -cleanliness -the locker-room syndrome -appearance -health
What are the signs and symptoms of teething? -drooling -chin or face rash -a little cough -biting -pain -irritability -refusal to feed -diarrhea -low-grade fever -wakefulness -gum hematoma -ear pulling/cheek rubbing
What are the five "somethings" for treating teething symptoms? -something to chew on -something to rub against -something cold to drink -something cold to eat -something to relieve pain
What are the four behaviors assessed in the Brazelton Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale and what are they assessing? -interactive -motor -control of physiological state -reaction to stress
What can an MOA do when booking appointments for a child with ADHD? ensure enough time for the patient and parent to be seen is essential, so scheduling the appointments at at the end of the day may be beneficial, so the child does not miss too much school
What does the acronym APGAR stand for and score? A appearance (skin colour) P pulse (pulse rate) G grimace (reflex irritability) A activity (muscle tone) R respiration (breathing)
What is sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)? SIDS is when a baby dies unexpectedly, usually while sleeping. SIDS is also called "crib death"
What is the first test most babies are given? Apgar test
What is thrush? Thrush is a fungus infection that your baby likely picked up from the vaginal tract of the mother.
What is an inguinal hernia? A part of the intestine slips through one of the inguinal canals and bulges into the groin.
Created by: AshleyMcM