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Maslow's Hiearchy of basic needs.
Self-Actualization
Esteem
Love and Feeling of Belonging
Safety and Protection
Activity
Physiological Needs
Nuclear Family
Traditional-Husband,Wife,Children
(Natural or Adopted)
Extended Family
Grandparents,parents,children,relatives
Single Parent Family
Women or Men establishing seperate households because of divorce,death,illegitamacy,ordesertion
Foster parent Family
Parents who care for children who require parenting
Alternative family
Communal Family
Dual Career Family
Both Parents work
Blended Family
Remarriage of persons with children
Polygamous Family
More than one spouse
Homosexual Family
Two persons of the same sex who have adopted children or children from previous marriage
Cohabitation Family
Heterosexual or Homsexual couples who live together but remain un-married
Fetus
Ninth gestational week to birth
Neonate
Birth to four weeks
Infant
4 weeks to 1 year
Toddler
1 to 3 years
Preschool
3 to 6 years
Adolescent
12 to 18 years
Locomotion,Prehension,Percept

1 Month
Chin up
Hand held closed
focus on mobile above
Locomotion,Prehension,Percept

2 Month
Chest up
Hand held open
responds to patterns,colors
Locomotion,Prehension,Percept

4 Month
Rolls over at will
Reaches for overhead objects
Differentiates facial expression
Locomotion,Prehension,Percept

5 months
Sits alone momentarily
Picks up toys by squeezeing
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Locomotion,Prehension,Percept

6 months
Sits alone steadily
Grasps with thumb and three fingers
Separation anxiety begins
Locomotion,Prehension,Percept

8 months
pulls to stand
thumb and index finger hold
distiguish happy from fearful
otitis media
inflamation of the middle ear
pinworms
route of entry is the mouth.worms exit the anus to lay eggs.scotch tape test.wash hands often to help prevent.
IDDM
Insulin dependant diabetes mellitus
diabetes insipidus
heredtary or acquired from head injury or tumor.decreased secretion of vasopressin.
diuresis
increased secretion of urine
cerebral palsy
nonprogressive disorder that affects the motor cortex of the brain.4 in 1000 get it.
bacterial meningitis
inflamation of the meninges.
(covering of the brain and spinal column)
osteomyelitis
infection of the bone
How old is a yellow bruise?
7 to 10 days old
Disorder in which blood supply to the epiphyses of the bone is dirupted.
legg-calve-perthes disease
ischemia
circulation to part of the body is obstructed
buck extension
skin traction
scoliosis
s-shaped curvature of the spine
mucular dystrophy
progressive muscular degeneration occurs
infant vital signs
R-40 per minute
BP-90/60
P-100-118
Temp-axillary
pyloric stenosis
obstruction in lower part of the stomach.S/S projectile vomiting.
Asthma
Asthma is a disorder caused by inflammation in the airways (called bronchi) that lead to the lungs.
Cystic Fibrosis
is a genetic condition that involves glands found throughout the body.Small and large airways are obstructed by thick secretions.
S/S of Cystic Fibrosis
Symptoms frequently involve the lungs and digestive system. Obstruction, infection, and inflammation in the lungs are among the most common characteristics of CF.
hemophilia
Hemophilia is an inherited bleeding disorder. The blood of someone with hemophilia will not clot normally. Bleeding may occur spontaneously or following injury.
hodgkin's lymphoma
Lymphoma is a type of cancer involving cells of the immune system, called lymphocytes.
non-hodgkins
worse than hodgkin's and spreads to organs and bone.
sickle cell trait
The condition in which a person has one copy of the gene for sickle cell (and is called a sickle heterozygote) but does not have sickle cell disease (which requires two copies of the sickle cell gene).
sickle cell disease
Sickle cell anemia (sickle cell disease) is a disorder of the blood caused by an inherited abnormal hemoglobin (an oxygen-carrying protein within the red blood cells).
glomerulonephritis
A frequent type of primary glomerular disease -- a disease affecting the glomerulus
wilms tumor
A cancer of the kidney and one of the most important malignancies in childhood,
scabies
parasitic infection caused by the itch mite
Type of play in infants
Explore, imitate
Type of play for 1-2 year olds.
Parallel play
(play next to each other but not with each other)
Type of play for 3-5 year olds
Cooperative play
(children play with each othe,each taking a role,ie mommy and daddy)
Type of play for 5-8 year olds
symbolic group play.
secret codes and knock knock jokes
Type of play for 8-10 year olds
Competitive play
Type of play for 13-19 year olds
Fantasy play; cliques
Baby sitting
Daydreaming
Board games
social activities
Phimosis
Narrowing of the opening of the foreskin
Hypospadias
urethra opens onlower porthin of the penis
Epispadias
urethra opening above the penis
Cryptorchidism
Undescended testicles
Iron Deficiency Anemia
Most common deficiency in children. Infants and adolescents are most affected.
Who is most likely to get sickle cell disease
African americans
What nasal spray may stop bleeding in Hemophiliacs
DDAVP
Desmopressin
What dificiency causes Hemophilia
coagulation factor viii
Sex inked recessive trait
Hemophilia
Tracheoesophageal Fistula
GI tract failing to seperate from respiratory tract
Celiac Disease
Gluten damages the villi in the mucous membranes
Hirschprungs disease
Lack of nerve cells=Lack of peristalsis
Intussusception
Telescoping of the bowel
Thrush
caused by candida
RX=nystating
Reye's syndrome
Fever,impaired liver function
Febrile seizures
6 months to 3 years
Intertrigo
Chaffing
Acne Vulgarous
inflamation of the sebaceous glands
seborrheic Dermititis
cradle cap
Pediculosis
Head lice