PNP: Developmental Red Flags: New Born & Infants

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PNP: Developmental Red Flags: New Born & Infants
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Pediatric Nurse Practitioner: Human Growth & Development - Developmental Red Flags for Newborn and Infants
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  1. Lack of return to birth weight by 2 week examination -
    Newborn - 1 mo
  2. Poor coordination of suck-swallow
    newborn - 1 mo
  3. Tachypnea or bradycardia with feedings
    Newborn - 1 mo
  4. Poor habituation to external stimuli
    Newborn to 1 mo
  5. Poor weight gain; less than 1# wt gain in 1 mo
    3 mo
  6. Head circumference increasing > 2 standard deviations on growth curve or showing no increase in size
    3 mo
  7. Continuing problems with poor suck-swallow
    3 mo
  8. Difficulty with regulation of sleep-wake cycle
    3 mo
  9. Fussy baby
    3 mo
  10. Less than double birth wt
    6 mo
  11. Head circumference shows no increase
    6 mo
  12. Continuation of poor feeding or sleep regulation
    6 mo
  13. Difficulty with self calming
    6 mo
  14. Asmmetric movements
    NB - 3 mo
  15. Hypertonia or hypotonia
    NB - 3 mo
  16. Asymmetric primitive reflexes
    NB - 1 mo
  17. No attempt to raise head on stomach
    3 mo
  18. Persistent primitive reflexes
    6 mo
  19. Does not attempt to sit with support
    6 mo
  20. Head lag with pull to sit
    6 mo
  21. Scissoring
    6 mo
  22. Hands held fisted
    Newborn - 1 mo
  23. Absent or asymmetric palmar grasp
    Newborn - 1 mo
  24. Hands fisted with oppositional thumb
    3 mo
  25. No hand to mouth activity
    3 mo
  26. Feedings taking longer than 45 min
    3 mo
  27. consistently awakening hourly for feeding
    3 mo
  28. Does not reach for objects, hold rattle, hold hands together
    6 mo
  29. Does not grasp at clothes
    6 mo
  30. No startle to sound or sudden noises
    Newborn - 1 mo
  31. No quieting to voice
    Newborn - 1 mo
  32. High-pitched cry
    Newborn - 1 mo
  33. Does not turn to voice, rattle, or bell
    3 mo
  34. No sounds, coos or squells
    3 mo
  35. No babbling
    6 mo
  36. Does not respond to voice, bell, rattle, or loud noises even with startle
    6 mo
  37. Diffuse nonverbal cues
    newborn - 1 mo
  38. Poor state transitions
    Newborn - 1 mo
  39. Irritable
    Newborn - 1 mo
  40. Lack of social smile
    3 mo
  41. Withdrawn or depressed - Psychosocial & emotional skills
    3 mo
  42. Lack of consistent, safe child care - psychosocial & emotional skills
    3 mo
  43. No smiles; No response to play; solemn appearance - psychosocial & emotional skills
    3 mo
  44. Doll's eyes - cognitive & visual abilities
    Newborn - 1 mo
  45. No red light reflex - cognitive and visual abilities
    newborn - 1 mo
  46. Poor alert state - cognitive & visual abilities
    newborn - 1 mo
  47. No visual tracking
    3 mo
  48. Not able to fix on face or object
    3 mo
  49. Not visually alert
    6 mo
  50. Does not reach for objects
    6 mo
  51. Does not look at caregiver
    6 mo
  52. Parent control issues with feeding or sleep
    9 mo
  53. Night awakening that persists
    9 mo
  54. Offerred bottle in bed for sleep
    9 mo
  55. Difficulty with self-calming, self-regulation
    9 mo
  56. Less than triple birth weight
    12 mo
  57. Losing more than 2 standard deviation on growth curve for weight, length or head circumference
    12 mo
  58. Poor sleep -awake cycle
    12 mo
  59. Extreme inability to separate from parent
    12
  60. Does not sit even in tripod position
    9 mo
  61. No lateral prop reflex
    9 mo
  62. Asymmetric crawl, handedness, or other movements
    9 mo
  63. Not pulling self to a stand
    12 mo
  64. Not moving around the environment to explore
    12 mo
  65. No self feeding
    9 mo
  66. No high chair sitting
    9 mo
  67. No solids (feeding)
    9 mo
  68. Does not pick up toy with one hand
    9 mo
  69. Persistent mouthing
    12 mo
  70. Not attempting to feed self or hold cup
    12 mo
  71. Not able to hold toy in each hand or transfer objects
    12 mo
  72. Lack of single or double consonant sounds
    9 mo
  73. Lack of response to name or voice
    9 mo
  74. Does not respond to any words
    9 mo
  75. Lack of reciprocal vocalizations
    9 mo
  76. Inability to localize to sound
    12 mo
  77. Not imitating speech sounds
    12 mo
  78. Not using 2 - 3 words
    12 mo
  79. Does not point, or uses only gestures or pointing
    12 mo
  80. Intense stranger anxiety or absent stranger anxiety
    9 mo
  81. Does not seek comfort from caregiver with stress
    9 mo
  82. No response to game playing
    12 mo
  83. No response to reading or interactive activities
    12 mo
  84. Withdrawn or solemn - psychosocial emotional skills
    12 mo
  85. Lack of visual awareness
    9 mo
  86. Lack of reaching out for toys
    9 mo
  87. Lack of toy exploration visually or orally
    9 mo
  88. Not visually following activities in the environment
    12 mo

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