How does the percent of low birth weight babies compare from country to country

How does the percent of low birth weight babies

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How does the percent of low birth weight babies compare from country to country?: APGAR - Heart Rate - Respiratory Effort - Muscle Tone - Body Color - Reflex Irritability What is surfactant as it pertains to a newborn infant?:What are the maternal and fraternal ages most associated with miscarriage?:
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What is rooming-in? Chapter 5- Motor Development Reflexes: Know the Basic Reflex Arc: - S: Sensory (Parietal) - A: Afferent (Incoming) - M: Motor (Temporal) - E: Efferent (Outgoing) ( Look at picture on the back of notes ) Survival Reflexes: - Have clear adaptive value - Permanent – Breathing, Eye blink, Pupilary - Early – Rooting, Sucking, Swallowing Primitive Reflexes: - No clear adaptive value, evolutionary remnants - Babinski (toes), Grasping (hand closing over adult’s thumb), Moro (hold head lower than body, which makes them feel as if they are falling), swimming & stepping, extensor/flexor 3 general functions of reflexes: - Positive – Automated/Neonatal Survival/Adult Automation - Diagnostic – Appears/Disappears - Negative – Extensor Thrust Reflex What did Myrtle McGraw do?: - Tested the swimming reflex, she threw a baby in a pool What is the Dynamic Systems Approach?: - An infant is: 1. Motivated by Goal 2. Constrained by current body limitations 3. Actively putting together movement skills 4. Using perceptions to fine-tune movements 5. Continually improving these skills through perception & action - An ever-changing system - Infants assemble motor skills for perceiving and acting - Esther Thelen: Dynamic Studies Approach Know orthogenetic, cephalocaudal, and proximodistal principles:
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