Introduction to Pediatric PE and Interview

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Finally we get to see real patients and some are so Maureen Novak, M.D. Department of Pediatrics
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Pediatrics Children are not little adults
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Why Pediatrics? You have to! You will use this knowledge and skill! All physicians will take care of children at some time in their career. It is DIFFERENT! Growth and development Physical Psychosocial Families and community
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Approach to the Pediatric Age Based – Newborn, Infant, Toddler, Preschool/School aged, Adolescent Must relate to the child and the parents/ caretaker Anticipatory Guidance
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A typical day A 2 day old and her already exhausted parents and both grandmas A 15 month old and her mother are in because the toddler was up all night with a fever A 16 year old needs a sports physical for soccer A mother is concerned about her children’s behavior The 8 month old gets up at 3 am The 7 year old wets the bed The 17 year old came home drunk after her curfew
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Types of Patient Encounters Health Supervision Acute Care Follow-up Care Initial/New Patient Prenatal Interview
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Health Supervision Newborn Exam 2 days 1 month 2 months 4 months 6 months 9 months 12 months 15 months 18 months 24 months 30 months 3 years Then annually
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So there you are in the room HELP!! Where is the survival guide?
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So how is it different?
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Basics of Development Gross Motor Milestones Fine Motor Milestones Cognitive Development Emotional Development Behavioral Development
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Infant Development Birth through 4 weeks Responds to sound Moves extremities equally Lifts head Regards Face Follows to Midline General Temperament
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Infant Development 2 Months Smiles spontaneously Moves extremities to midline Follows past midline
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Infant Development 4 months Regards own Hand Follows 180 degrees Grasps hands together Sits, head steady Squeals/laughs Bears weight on legs
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This note was uploaded on 07/01/2011 for the course BMS 6015 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at University of Florida.

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