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Know the immunization schedules for children
postnatal age as full-term infants
immunization
Know that preterm infants should be immunized at the same
immunization
Understand the elements that constitute adequate immunization before
a child enters school
immunization
Know the schedules of DTaP immunization Know that if a child misses a DTaP dose, the interval can
be ignored and the schedule can proceed
immunization
Know the immunization schedule for hepatitis B vaccine
immunization
Know the indications for using the influenza vaccine
immunization
Know the indications for using the pneumococcal vaccines
immunization
Know the indications for using the tetanus vaccine (eg, need for
routine booster and at the time of injury)
immunization
Know the immunization schedule for the poliovirus vaccine
immunization
Know the immunization schedule for H. influenzae type b vaccine
immunization
Know how to obtain information on imunizations for patients and families traveling abroad
immunization
immunizationschedule for varicella vaccine
immunization
Know the immunization schedule for hepatitis A vaccine
immunization
Know the indications for using the meningococcal vaccine
immunization
Know the problems associated with children adopted from foreign
countries and their immunization status
immunization
Understand which immune-deficient patients should not receive a live-virus vaccine
Contraindications
Plan an immunization schedule for an immune-
deficient patient
Contraindications immunodeficient patient
Catch up
Plan an immunization schedule for a patient born
three months prematurely
Catch-up
Live vs killed vaccine
Know which vaccines are live and which are killed
Live vs killed vaccines
Egg allergy
Understand that not all egg-based vaccines are contraindicated for
children after an anaphylactic reaction to eggs
Contraindications
children after an anaphylactic reaction to eggs
Know when it is appropriate to administer measles vaccine to a
patient with egg allergy
Contraindications
administer measles vaccine
Know when it is appropriate to administer influenza vaccine to a patient with an egg allergy
Contraindications
administer influenza vaccine
Know when to screen for elevated blood pressure
Screening Blood pressure
Recognize blood pressure ranges at different ages:
newborn infant, 1-year-old child, 5-year-old child,
adolescent
Screening Blood pressure
Know that a single elevated blood pressure
reading requires follow-up evaluation
Screening Blood pressure
Understand the concept of physiologic anemia
Hematocrit
Know that there may be a difference between a centrally
and a peripherally drawn
Hematocrit
Know the screening tests available for blood lead concentration
Lead
Understand that a screening examination for lead can be incorporated
into early periodic screening
Lead
Recognize that children may have multiple nondietary
sources of exposure to lead
Lead
Understand that lead poisoning may be a cause of
cognitive difficulty
Lead
Know the effects of chronic low blood lead concentrations
Lead
Know how to manage an increased blood lead concentration
Lead
Understand that conductive hearing loss results from
interference with the mechanical transmission of sound
in the inner ear
Hearing
Know the natural history of conductive hearing loss
Hearing
Understand that brain stem evoked response audiometry
involves electroencephalographic response to auditory
stimulus
Hearing
Know the visual abilities of normal newborn infants
Vision
Know which conditions may be detected by periodic
ophthalmoscopic examinations (eg, cataracts, retrolental
fibroplasia, retinoblastoma)
Vision
Know how to identify ocular tropias and phorias using a
cover test
Vision
Know how to evaluate hypercholesterolemia/hyperlipidemia and its
clinical manifestations
Hypercholesterolemia/hyperlipidemia
Know the risk factors for hypercholesterolemia/hyperlipidemia
Hypercholesterolemia/hyperlipidemia
Know the risk factors associated with coronary artery disease
Disease prevention
1. Heart disease
Know how diet and exercise affect the natural history of osteoporosis
Disease prevention
2. Osteoporosis
Know that passive exposure to cigarette smoke in the home increases
the chances, frequency, and duration of lower respiratory tract
illness in children
Disease prevention
Respiratory disease
Know that common indoor exposures can produce respiratory symptoms:
wood fires and stoves, cooking spray, hair spray, animal dander,
cigarette smoke
Disease prevention
Respiratory disease