106A.Infant.stud - Chapter8 InfantNutrition KeyPoints 0 1 2...

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Chapter 8 Infant Nutrition Key Points 0. Those born at >  34 weeks hit same milestones 1. Dev skills dictate readiness for next feeding step 2.  Many activities impact E and nutrient needs 3. Protein converted to E if kcals are low 4. 5. Wt, Ht, head circumf monitored 6. Parents to recognize cues  7. FTT, colic, Fe- def, caries 8. Common food allergies Key Terms 0. Full-Term Infant— 37 - 42 weeks gestation 1. Preterm Infant—<  37 weeks gestation 2. Infant mortality – death w/I first year Assessing Newborn Health 3. Birth weight as an Outcome 0. Full-term infant (37 to 42 wks) 9.  Typical weight 2500-3800 g (5.5 to 8.5 lbs)  10.Typical length 47-54 cm (18.5 to 21.5 in) 4. Low birth weight is a major cause of infant mortality 5. Other causes:  1. 1) congenital malformations, 2. 2) preterm births 3. 3) SIDS Combating Infant Mortality 6. Factors associated with mortality: 11.Social and economic status  12.Access to health care 13.Medical interventions
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14.Teenage pregnancy 15.Availability of abortion services United States Infant Mortality Rates by Race of Mother Infant Development 7. Newborns: 4. Hear and move in response to familiar voice 5. CNS is immature resulting in inconsistent cues for hunger and  satiety 6. Strong reflexes: 17.Rooting- turns head toward the cheek that is touched 18.Suckle- tongue moves forward and backward  Motor development 0. Motor development: ability to control voluntary muscles
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