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Normal V/s for Neonate?
RR: 30-60
HR awake: 100-180
HR sleeping: 80-160
Systolic BP: 70-100
Diastolic BP: 50-65
Normal V/s for 6 months?
RR: 25-50
HR awake: 120-160
HR sleeping: 80-180
Systolic BP: 87-105
Diastolic BP: 53-66
Normal V/s for 2 years?
RR: 18-35
HR awake: 80-150
HR sleeping: 70-120
Systolic BP: 90-106
Diatolic BP: 55-67
Normal V/s for 5 years?
RR: 17-27
HR awake: 80-110
HR sleeping: 60-90
Systolic BP: 94-109
Diatolic BP: 56-69
Normal V/s for 10 years?
RR: 15-23
HR awake: 70-110
HR sleeping: 60-90
Systolic BP: 102-117
Diatolic BP: 62-75
Normal V/s for > 10 years (adult)?
RR: 10-22
HR awake: 50-90
HR sleeping: 55-100
Systolic BP: 105-128
Diatolic BP: 66-80
Normal newborn reflex present at newborn?(7)
1.root
2.suck
3.Moro
4.Tonic-neck
5.grasp
6.babinski
7.step
this reflex begins when the corner of the baby's mouth is stroked or touched. The baby will turn his/her head and open his/her mouth to follow and "root" in the direction of the stroking?
root
this reflex begins at 32nd week of pregnancy and is fully developed until about 36 weeks it is helped by rooting?
suck
often called a startle reflex because it usually occurs when a baby is startled by a loud sound or movement. ?
moro
When a baby's head is turned to one side, the arm on that side stretches out and the opposite arm bends up at the elbow. This is often called the "fencing"position, lasts about 6-7 months?
tonic-neck
stroking the palm of a baby's hand causes the baby to close his/her fingers in a grasp. Lasts only a couple of months and is stronger in premature babies?
grasp
when the sole of the foot is firmly stroked, the big toe bends back toward the top of the foot and the outer toes fan out. Normal up to 2years of age?
babinski
this reflex is also called the walking or dance reflex because a baby appears to take steps or dance when held upright with his/her feet touching a solid surface?
step
*birth weight doubles in 4-6 months.
*birth weight triples in 1 year.
*Posterior fontanel closes by 2-3 months
*Height increases by 50% in 1 year Head circumference > chest circumference
At what age are these physical characterics seen?
INFANCY: Birth to 1 year