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Slide 1 Infant and Child Development Chapter 4-5 Friday September 21th, 2007
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Slide 2 Announcements: Response Paper #1 is due on Tuesday by noon Use Turnitin.com- instructions found in Sakai ‘Resources’ Ch 5, skip sections on adolescence (pgs 141-145, 152-153, 156-157, 159, 165-171) Ch 6 for Tuesday- Brain, motor, sensory, and perceptual development Exam 1- a week from Tuesday… Review sheet posted early next week Discussion of exam next class
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Slide 3 Birth The Birth Process Stages of Birth 1. First stage — Initially, uterine contractions are 15– 20 minutes apart, last up to a minute, and cause the cervix to dilate; in the late first stage, contractions occur every 2–5 minutes and the cervix is dilated to an opening of about 4 inches. 2. Second stage — Birth of the infant. 3. Third stage — Delivery of the placenta (afterbirth).
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Slide 4 Birth (Stage 1)
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Slide 5 Birth (Stage 2)
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Slide 6 Birth (Stage 2)
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Slide 7 Birth (Stage 3- Delivery of the  Placenta)
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Slide 8 Birth The Birth Process (continued) The Transition from Fetus to Newborn During contractions, oxygen supply to the fetus is decreased If labor takes too long, anoxia (insufficient supply of oxygen) can develop, which can cause brain damage. Adrenaline and noradrenaline are secreted to protect the fetus in the event of anoxia. Vernix caseosa : A protective skin grease that protects the neonate against heat loss.
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Slide 9 The Postpartum Period Physical Adjustments After delivery, a woman’s body undergoes sudden and dramatic changes in hormone production. Involution is the process by which the uterus returns to its prepregnant size 5 or 6 weeks after birth.
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Slide 10 The Postpartum Period Emotional and Psychological Adjustments “Baby Blues” or Depression? Percentage of U.S. Women Who Experience Postpartum Blues and Postpartum Depression
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Review and Reflect: Review What are the three stages of birth? What are some different childbirth strategies? What is the transition from fetus to newborn like for the infant? What does the postpartum period involve? What physical adjustments does the woman’s body make in this period? What emotional and psychological adjustments
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