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HDF 302 Study Guide Quiz 2Health and RiskReflexes – what they are, what their function isAPGARAPGAR: Screening test used for newborns.Appearance: blue, palePulse: absentGrimace: no responseActivity: LimpRespiratory: AbsentReflexes are things that babies are born with so they can survive outside of the wombSome reflexes are:-Head turning when baby’s cheek is stroked, they turn their heads to the side. This can beused when a mom is about to breastfeeding their baby.-Sucking: this includes sucking a pacifier or a nipple.-Babinski: Stroking the bottom of the feet and the baby’s toes curl up.Infant states (awake alert, quiet alert; quiet and active sleep)Quite sleep baby: Baby is still, no sound is being made, eyes are closed.Active sleep (REM); Eyes will open and close, the face moves, the body moves (armsand legs are flaring around).4 types of awake state:Drowsy: eyes will open and close, sooth baby back to sleeping state. You can rock thebaby, rub their backs to help them return to sleepQuite alert: Baby’s eyes are wide open; this the time babies learn the mostActive alert: Baby is most active, both arms and legs move a lot. Leave baby alone, letthem process what is happening in their surroundings. Don’t over stimulate the baby.Crying stage: Baby is trying to communicate with you letting them know they are hungryor have other needs that need to meet.Orienting responseOrienting response is the direction of attention and action toward an attractive stimulus.ColicColic is crying in which:1.Infant cries at least 3 hours per day at least 3 times a week for 3 successive weeks.

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