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Neuroanatomy II

Positioning Goals & Strategies

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What are 5 goals to consider when positioning babies in NICU? minimize postural disorganization, provide boundaries, promote developement, encourage flexor/midline orientation, discourage arching & rigidity
What are 3 purposes for the prone position? facilitates flexion, facilitates head control, improves oxygenation by supporting trunk
What are 2 purposes for the supine position? accessibility for medical caregivers,reduce poor posture
What are 2 purposes for the side lying position? (R) sidelying promotes gastric emptying, encourages hand to mouth
What are 4 purposes for the sitting position? promotes flexion, head control, hand to mouth, and encourages interaction & visual attention
Overall Goals of the Synactive model weeks 24 - 28 are...? reduce/eliminate stress
Overall Goals of the Synactive model weeks 28 - 32 are...? promote autonomic regulation/homeostasis, intervene on motor level
Overall Goals of the Synactive model weeks 32 - 37 are...? promote "state" organization
Overall Goals of the Synactive model weeks 37 - 40 are...? promote ability to self regulate
Created by: txst spr 2009