"Bouncing baby boy"

Anas Ashour
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Anas Ashour
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Medicine Mind Map on "I think I'm pregnant", created by Anas Ashour on 01/10/2016.

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"Bouncing baby boy"
1 Well-baby visits (9 times through childhood)
1.1 Autism screening (1.5, 2.5 years)
1.2 Growth
1.2.1 Teeth
1.2.1.1 6-33 mo.: milkey teeth, 6-12 y.: permanent teeth
1.2.2 Weight, height, and head circumference
1.2.2.1 Growth chart
1.3 Counseling
1.4 CBC (1 year)
1.5 Immunization (according to schedule)
1.6 Developmental milestones
1.6.1 Gross motor
1.6.1.1 9mo.: sitting, 12mo.: standing, 13mo. walking
1.6.2 Fine motor
1.6.2.1 4mo.: grasp hand, 7mo.: palmar grasp, 9mo.: pincer grasp
1.6.3 Language
1.6.3.1 3mo.: cooing, 9mo.: Bi-syllables, 12mo.: 2 words
1.6.4 Personal/social skills
1.6.4.1 2mo.: smile, 9mo.: wave, 12mo.: play
2 Newborn examinations
2.1 Skin
2.1.1 skin is reddish, fingers and toes have a bluish tinge
2.2 Abdomen
2.2.1 soft and not distended or scaphoid
2.3 Apgar score
2.3.1 reflects the cardiorespiratory and neurologic status at birth
2.4 Head and neck
2.4.1 symmetrical with no abnormalities
2.5 Heart and lungs
2.5.1 no heart murmur or lung congestion
2.6 Nervous system
2.6.1 normal alertness, reflexes, and muscle tone
3 Nutrition
3.1 0-6 mo.
3.1.1 Breastfeeding and Vitamin D
3.2 6-12 mo.
3.2.1 Breastfeeding, solid food, and Vitamin D
3.3 12-24 mo.
3.3.1 Breastfeeding, formula milk, solid food, Iron, and Vitamin D
3.4 24 mo. ~
3.4.1 formula milk, and iron-suplemented solid food
4 GI disorders
4.1 Infantile colic
4.1.1 Signs
4.1.1.1 wails, redness, crying, and decreased appetite
4.1.2 causes
4.1.2.1 theories: immature GI, acid reflux, or allergy
4.1.3 Treatment
4.1.3.1 Colic carry
4.2 Gastroentaritis
4.2.1 Causes
4.2.1.1 Contamination of food
4.2.1.2 Contact with sick person
4.2.2 Symptoms
4.2.2.1 Diarrhea
4.2.2.2 Vomiting
4.2.2.3 nausea
4.2.3 Treatment
4.2.3.1 ORS
4.3 Diarrhea
4.3.1 Causes
4.3.1.1 Viral
4.3.1.2 Bacterial
4.3.2 Symptoms
4.3.2.1 Nausea
4.3.2.2 Dehydration
4.3.3 Treatment
4.3.3.1 Depends on the cause
5 Child abuse
5.1 Exploitation
5.2 emotional
5.3 neglect
5.4 Sexual
5.5 Physical
6 Electrolyte balance
6.1 Major electrolytes
6.1.1 Sodium
6.1.2 Potassium
6.1.3 Calcium
6.1.4 Phosphate
6.1.5 Bicarbonate
6.1.6 Chloride
6.2 Osmolarity
6.2.1 280mosm/l
6.3 Control
6.3.1 Endocrine & nervous systems
6.4 Imbalance
6.4.1 ORS
7 Normal behaviour
7.1 Year 4-5
7.1.1 plays with others
7.1.2 likes to share
7.1.3 Touches genatalia
7.2 Year 1
7.2.1 Obeys limited commands
7.2.2 Smiles
7.2.3 Tics
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