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Pediatrics reflexes/reactions

0 to 2-5mos Suck/swallow Close mouth, suck & swallow
0 to 4-6mos Moro's (startle reflex) arms extended & hands open, then arms flex & hands close, infant typically cries
0 to 4-6mos Palmar grasp fingers flex
0 to 4-9mos Plantar grasp toes grasp (flex)
0 to 1-2mos Neonatal positive support- primary standing LE extensor tone increases & plantar flexion present, Some hip & knee flexion or hyperextension of knee may occur
0 to 4-6mos ATNR (assymetrical tonic neck reflex) Arm & leg on face side extend; arm & leg on skull side flex
0 to 4-6mos STNR (symmetrical tonic neck reflex) Flexed head: arms flex & legs extend Extended head: Arms extend & legs flex
0 to 4-6mos TLRP (tonic labrynthian reflex prone) 1. supine:extensor tone of neck/UE/LE increases when moved into flexion. (meatball position) 2. Prone: flexor tone of neck/UE/LE increases when moved into extension. (superman position)
3-4mos to 12-24mos Landau (superman) Hips/legs extend; UE extends/abducts.
15 to 18mos, continues throughout life staggering LE fwd, bkwd, sidwys takes 1 or more steps in direction of displacement. UEs often also have protective reaction.
7 to 8mos, continues throughout life Equilibrium-sitting Head righting NWB: trunk flexes; UE/LE abduct & int. rotate; elbow,wrist,digits flexed. Head righting WBS: trunk elongates; UE/LE ext. rotate; elbow, wrist, digits abduct/extend
12 to 21mos, continues throughout life Standing Head righting NWBSide: trunk flexes, UE/LE abduct & int rotate; elbow, wrist, digits extend. Head righting WBSide: trunk elongates, UE/LE ext rotate; elbow, wrist, digits extend/abduct.
5 to 6mos, continues throughout life Equilibrium or tilting-prone, supine Head righting NWBS: trunk flexes; UE/LE abduct; elbow, wrist, hip,knee ext rotate and extend. Head righting WBS: UE/LE int rotate and abduct; elbow, wrist, digits, knee/hip extend.
0 to 3mos Rooting open mouth & turn head in direction of touch.
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