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Pediatrics 2

2 Months (OLD VERSION)
Coos
Can hold head up but unsteady
Orients to voice
Social smile
Follows movements with eyes
Rooting reflex
Moro reflex
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4 Months (OLD VERSION)
Follows object across midline
Reach for objects with hands
Holds a rattle
Raise body on hands when on stomach
Shows interest in image in mirror
Rolls from stomach to back
Babbles
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9 Months (OLD VERSION)
Pincer grasp
Put things in mouth
Further development of object permanence
Uses finger to point at things
Crawls
Pulls to stand
Understands "no"
Responds to name
Separation Anxiety
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1 Year (OLD VERSION)
Cruises
May take steps alone
Plays peek-a-boo
Uses simple gestures like waving bye-bye
Says "Mama" and "Dada"
Feeds self
Birth weight triples
Height increases by 50%
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47 secs
6 Months (OLD VERSION)
Sit with support or tripod position
Rolls over in both directions
Raking grasp
Transfer objects hand to hand
Infant reflexes should be gone
Babbles consonant sounds
Development of object permanence
Stranger anxiety
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18 Months
Stacks 3 blocks
Scribbles
Walks backward
Eats with a spoon
Says 10 spontaneous words
Tantrums
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2 Years (OLD VERSION)
Stacks 6 blocks
Walks up and down stairs 1 step at a time
Stands on tiptoes
Throws overhead
Jumps
Run
1/2 of speech is understandable to a stranger
Follow a 2 step verbal command
Parallel play
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1 min
4 Years (OLD VERSION)
Hop on one foot 2-3 times
Stands on one foot for 2 seconds
Counts to 10
Draws simple stick figures
Imaginary friends
Buttons and zippers
Grooms self
Brushes Teeth
Uses Scissors
Birth height doubles
Speech understood all of the time
Copy square
Catch bounced ball
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3 Years (OLD VERSION)
Rides tricycle
Climbs stairs with alternating feet
9 block towers
Begins toilet training
Three word sentences
Says first name
3/4 of speech is understood
Dresses and undresses self
Copies circle
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1 min
Pediatric Vaccinations - Age 2 Months
2 B DR HIP
Hepatitis B
DTaP - Diphtheria Tetanus acellular Pertussis
RV - Rotavirus
HiB - Haemophilus Influenzae Type B
IPV - Inactivated Polio Vaccine
PCV - Pneumococcal
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1 min
Pediatric Vaccinations - Age 4 Months
4 DR HIP
DTaP - Diphtheria Tetanus acellular pertussis
RV - Rotavirus
HiB - Haemophilus Influenzae Type B
IPV - Inactivated Polio Vaccine
PCV - Pneumococcal
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1 min
Pediatric Vaccinations - Age 6 Months
B DR HIP In 6 Months
Hepatitis B
DTaP - Diphtheria Tetanus acellular pertussis
RV - Rotavirus
HiB - Haemophilus Influenzae Type B
IPV - Inactivated Polio Vaccine
PCV - Pneumococcal
Influenza
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Pediatric Vaccinations - Age 12 to 15 Months
1 Very MAD HIP-ster
Varicella Zoster
MMR
Hepatitis A
DTaP - Diphtheria Tetanus acellular pertussis
HiB - Haemophilus Influenzae Type B
IPV - Inactivated Polio Vaccine
PCV - Pneumococcal
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2 mins
Pediatric Vaccinations Age 4-6 Years
Very DIM between 4-6pm
Varicella Zoster
DTaP - Diphtheria Tetanus acellular pertussis
IPV - Inactivated Polio Vaccine
MMR
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1 min
Hyper IgE Syndrome
Pathophysiology
Job's Syndrome
Abnormal Chemotaxis
Decreased IFN Gamma
Signs and Symptoms
Leonine Facies
Cold Non-Inflamed Staph Aureus Abscesses
Retained Primary Teeth
Eczema
Red Hair
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1 min
IL-12 Receptor Deficiency
Pathophysiology
IL-12 Secreted by Macrophages
Decreased Th1 Response
Decreased IFN Gamma
Signs and Symptoms
Mycobacterial Infections
Salmonella
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Chronic Mucocutaneous Candidiasis
Mechanism and Characteristics
T Cell Dysfunction
Candida Albicans
Signs and Symptoms
Infections of Skin
Infections of Mucous Membrane
Susceptible to HPV Infections like Condyloma Acuminatum
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Thymic Aplasia (DiGeorge Syndrome)
Pathophysiology
DiGeorge Syndrome
22q11 Deletion
Failure to Develop Third and Fourth Pharyngeal Pouches
Signs and Symptoms
Undeveloped Thymus
T Cell Deficiency
Recurrent Viral and Fungal Infections
Undeveloped Parathyroids
Hypocalcemia
Tetany
Aortic Defects
Congenital Heart Defects
Diagnosis
Absent Thymic Shadow on CXR
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2 mins
Wiskott Aldrich
Pathophysiology
X-linked Recessive
WASp Protein Mutation
Antigen Presentation Defect
Progressive Deletion of B and T Cells
Signs and Symptoms
Thrombocytopenia
Eczema
Infections
Decreased IgM
Increased IgE, IgA
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Hyper IgM Syndrome
Pathophysiology
Deficient CD40 Ligand on Helper T-cells
Defective CD40 Receptor on B-cells
Inability to Class Switch
Signs and Symptoms
Pyogenic Abscess
Decreased IgG, IgA, IgE
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4 mins

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