GI Tract of pediatrics – they should be havingsolid foods, when can their system start breaking down starches?
First occurs in small intestine
Breast feeding and Breast milk (hind milk, fore-milk)
What is in hind milk and fore-milk?
Colostrum= contains antibodies, natural volatiles emanating from the breast are obviously colostrum and milk (yellowish creamy in color) (1st stage of breast milk that lasts for several days after birth of the baby)
Hind milk=white creamy and fatty, has a relaxant effect on baby, occurs after the initialrelease of milk and contains higher levels of fat, used for weight gain
Foremilk= 1st start breastfeeding (watery), at beginning of the feeding and contains water, vitamins, proteins
Mature milk=inc. in 48-72hr after birth, mostly water 90%, 10% carbohydrates, proteins,fats (2 types foremilk and hind milk)
Transitional milk= occurs after colostrum and last for 2 weeks(high levels of fat, lactose, water soluble vits., more calories thancolostrum.)
New Foods should be introduced to infants at?
~6-9 months generally
Common Food Culprits for intolerance?
Signs of Intolerance to foods?
Redness around the mouth w/in 1-2hrs
Redness around the anus w/in 12-24hrs
abdominal bloating, gas and distention
Irritability, over activity, restless sleep
What is Gluten? Examples, What is non- gluten examples?
Wheat and other gluten containing grains (barley, oats, rye) it is suggested that they are introduced last.
Non-glutengrains (brown rice, buckwheat, amaranth) are better choices when introducinggrains for the first time
What do you want to start with first after breast milk? When should this occur?
9-12 months introduction of new food besides breast milk (Fruits> Veggies> Grains)
Start with fruit first then veggies
Start with 1 food at a time & continue for 3-4 days w/out sign of intolerance (Fruits> Veggies> Grains)
Start w/ juicier fruits (Peaches, pears, melons)
Early signs of subluxations?
Newborn: 11/2 years
Inability to lift Head
Trouble latching on/ difficulty nursing/ prefers 1 side
Toe dig is absent
Constantly crying when placed prone
Asymmetry of the body
Hands never relax or open
Lack energy in eyes
Which CN can you test on infant when you pinch the nostrils and mouth opens up and tongue raises?
The rooting reflex:
When you stroke baby’s cheek and they turn to that side
You stick finger in their palms and they grasp it. Then you put your finger on their bottom of their foot and their toes curl
Do a sudden, settle drop and both arms and legs go out and come back in and you are looking for asymmetry. This can be hip problems or shoulder problems
Stroking baby’s spine and body should curve tothat side.
Otitis Media caused by what organism?
Beta-Hemolytic Streptococcus (10%)
know what chiropractic care can do for that as far as interference from motorfibers from C1-C4 which could lead to your tympanic membrane is not working, inability of functioning of tensor veli palatini muscles, Eustachian tube is blocked (GO over Otitis media)
Diagnosis of otitis media?
Red or Yellow tympanic membrane
Bulging tympanic membrane
Angry Red= Infection
Pearly gray= Normal
Eustachian Tube angle in a child and adult?
Adults= Angled downward
Otitis Media what can you do for this?
Adjust them, ear circles, lymph drainage, massage, if you think they have food allergy then get them off dairy
Asthma (Dry vs Wet)
Dry: Adjust thoracics (sympathetic) Wet: Adjust stay in parasympathetic
The current rate of autism in California is?
1/50 according to CVC
Gut issues where you see distended belly or gluten intolerance or overgrowth of yeast and bacteria
Peeling of the bottom of feet, rash between thebutt cheeks (yeast overgrowth)
you see white nails on their fingers - Acne on the kid is also zinc deficiency
babies with all the little bumps on arms andlegs. This can be helped with essential fatty acids
Food Allergy Panel if you are suspecting food allergy: The difference between IgG and IgE
IgE is immediate
IgG is delayed sensitivity
Pregnancy: know Webster as far as what are welooking at? Describe the 3 steps
1) Patient prone and push leg to buttock and if the leg that doesn’t go as far is the side of sacrum posteriority
2) Fix sacrum (affecting utero-sacral ligament)
3) Flip them over and go to the opposite side for the round ligament
Common conditions in pregnancy patients as faras what areas to adjust for nausea or overdue
Overdue: stay with parasympathetic
Carpal tunnel with inflammation and edema =check cervical and adjust extremities
Relaxants – How much they can hold after pregnancy?
4-5 months after pregnancy
10-15% of 5 year olds, 5% of 10 year olds
Parasympathetic preganglionic nerve is S2-S4 for motor control of bladder
Unconcscious information from bladder= PS
Conscious information from bladder= S
What is gluten found in? and what is casein found in? She might list certain foods and ask are gluten or casein found in any of these foods?