NR 602 Pediatric Primary Care Developmental Management of Early Childhood: Spring 2018

  1. According to the AAP recommendations for preventive pediatric health care and the Bright Futures Guidelines, providers should offer anticipatory guidance in all of the following areas:
  2. By 5 years how much should the heart have grown since birth?
  3. By ____ months, the child usually has six to eight primary teeth.
  4. By ____ years, the child has a complete set of 20 primary teeth.
  5. By ____ years, the second molars usually erupt.
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  9. Examples of Preschool Children’s Thinking Using Piaget’s Preoperational Stage: Developing sense of conservation of quantity, weight, mass
  10. Examples of Preschool Children’s Thinking Using Piaget’s Preoperational Stage: Developing sense of space: From experiencing space as a part of their activity to moving through it to understanding space in terms of detail and direction
  11. Examples of Preschool Children’s Thinking Using Piaget’s Preoperational Stage: Egocentrism
  12. Examples of Preschool Children’s Thinking Using Piaget’s Preoperational Stage: Evolving ability to categorize or order objects and phenomena
  13. Examples of Preschool Children’s Thinking Using Piaget’s Preoperational Stage: Incomplete understanding of sequence of time
  14. Examples of Preschool Children’s Thinking Using Piaget’s Preoperational Stage:Mental symbolization of the environment
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  18. Expressive Language: 12-18m
  19. Expressive Language: 18-24m
  20. Expressive Language: 24-30m
  21. Expressive Language: 30-36m
  22. Expressive Language: 36-42m
  23. Expressive Language: 42-48m
  24. Expressive Language: 48-60m
  25. Fine Motor Skills: 12m
  26. Fine Motor Skills: 15m
  27. Fine Motor Skills: 18m
  28. Fine Motor Skills: 24m
  29. Fine Motor Skills: 30m
  30. Fine Motor Skills: 36m
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  34. Gross Motor Skills: 30m
  35. Gross Motor Skills: 36m
  36. Gross Motor Skills: 48m
  37. Gross Motor Skills: 60m
  38. How long should a child have abdominal respiratory movements?
  39. How much urine does a 2 year old excrete?
  40. Lexicon
  41. Mastery of which skills are necessary for language development?
  42. Receptive Language: 12-18m
  43. Receptive Language: 18-24
  44. Receptive Language: 24-30
  45. Receptive Language: 30-36
  46. Receptive Language: 36-42
  47. Receptive Language: 42-48
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  51. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Cognitive Abilities 30m
  52. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Cognitive Abilities 36m
  53. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Cognitive Abilities 48m
  54. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Cognitive Abilities 60m
  55. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Fine Motor, Feeding, and Self-Care 12m
  56. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Fine Motor, Feeding, and Self-Care 15m
  57. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Fine Motor, Feeding, and Self-Care 18m
  58. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Fine Motor, Feeding, and Self-Care 24m
  59. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Fine Motor, Feeding, and Self-Care 30m
  60. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Fine Motor, Feeding, and Self-Care 36m
  61. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Fine Motor, Feeding, and Self-Care 48m
  62. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Fine Motor, Feeding, and Self-Care 60m
  63. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Gross Motor, Language, and Hearing 12m
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  67. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Gross Motor, Language, and Hearing 30m
  68. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Gross Motor, Language, and Hearing 36m
  69. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Gross Motor, Language, and Hearing 48m
  70. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Gross Motor, Language, and Hearing 60m
  71. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Growth, Rhythmicity, Sleep, and Temperament 15m
  72. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Growth, Rhythmicity, Sleep, and Temperament 18m
  73. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Growth, Rhythmicity, Sleep, and Temperament 24m
  74. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Growth, Rhythmicity, Sleep, and Temperament 30m
  75. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Growth, Rhythmicity, Sleep, and Temperament 36m
  76. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Growth, Rhythmicity, Sleep, and Temperament 48m
  77. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Growth, Rhythmicity, Sleep, and Temperament 60m
  78. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Psychosocial and Emotional Skills 12m
  79. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Psychosocial and Emotional Skills 15m
  80. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Psychosocial and Emotional Skills 18m
  81. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Psychosocial and Emotional Skills 24m
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  85. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Strength and Coordination 15m
  86. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Strength and Coordination 18m
  87. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Strength and Coordination 24m
  88. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Strength and Coordination 30m
  89. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Strength and Coordination 36m
  90. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Strength and Coordination 48m
  91. Red Flags of Early Childhood Development: Strength and Coordination 60m
  92. Semantics
  93. Syntax
  94. What is the common respiratory rate of early childhood?
  95. What is the typical HR of a 5 y/o?
  96. When does use of the dominant hand appear?
  97. When do the salivary glands reach adult size?
  98. When do toddlers begin to use words to convey thoughts and feelings?
  99. When is the GI system mature enough for a full variety of foods?
  100. Where does growth and calcification of the teeth occur?

 

 

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