NM1 Midterm - Pediatrics

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NM1 Midterm - Pediatrics
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2014-02-13 10:57:34
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  1. Tests and Measures
    • Analysis of posture/postural control
    • Analysis of motor skills
    • Activity participation
    • Body structure and function
  2. Categories of Tests
    • Discriminative: is the child normal or not
    • -- Bayley, AIMS, Peabody, BO, PEDI, WEEFIM

    • Evaluative: magnitude of change over time
    • -- GMFM 

    • Predictive: what is believed/expected to be their future status
    • -- MAI, TIMP, GMFM Motor Curves
  3. Scoring
    • Norm-based (normative values to interpret)
    • Criterion-referenced (scores interpreted on absolute mastery)
  4. Fitness Tests for Children
    • AAHPRED
    • Chrysler AAU
    • FITNESSGRAM
    • National Children & Youth Fitness Study
    • Presidential Physical Fitness Program
  5. Eligibility for Early Intervention
    Each state has it's own criteria based on:

    • Amount of developmental delay (25% in 1+ area of development)
    • Diagnosis (CP, autism)
    • Informed Clinical Opinion
  6. Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP)
    • Coordinated plan required by IDEA put together by parents/service providers 
    • States the outcomes/goals for EI services as a whole
    • Plan for transition after 3 (or 5 in MD) years
  7. NICU Designations
    • Level 1: basic neonatal care 
    • Level 2: specialty care nursery
    • level 3: subspecialty care
  8. High Risk Signs (pt may benefit from post NICU follow-up)
    • Atypical movement patterns
    • Developmental delay
    • Sensory impairments
    • Feeding problems
    • Poor state control/behavioral organization
  9. Synactive Theory of Development (Risk Factors)
    • Biological
    • Established
    • Environmental
  10. Biological Risk Factors
    • Pregnancy: maternal diabetes, poor maternal nutrition, drug exposure, HTN
    • Delivery: prematurity, fetal distress, abnormal presentation (i.e. breech)
    • Neonatal: neuropathic conditions, pulmonary conditions, and system immaturity
  11. Established Risk Factors
    • Born w/ disorders/dysfunction 
    • i.e. Trisomy 21/chromosomal deletions and anomalies, cardiac problems, brachial plexus injuries, arthrogryposis
  12. Environmental Risk Factors
    • Low SES
    • Adolescent pregnancy
    • Lack of social support
    • Maternal depression
  13. Neonatal Complications: Neuropathic Conditions
    • Intraventricular Hemorrhage (IVH)
    • Periventricular Leukomalacia (PVL)
    • Seizures
  14. Neonatal Complications: Pulmonary Conditions
    • Respiratory Distress Syndrome (RDS)
    • Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia (BPD)
  15. Neonatal Complications: System Immaturity
    • Hyperbilirubinemia
    • Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC)
  16. Tools for Infants Post Discharge
    • Peabody
    • E-Lap
    • Early Intervention Developmental Profile
    • Bayley

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