Question 1. A. DTP/DTAP, Prevention of Diphtheria, Tetanus, and Pertussis. Schedule, 6 week min age, 2, 4, 6, (15-18) months and (4-6) years.
B. IPV, Prevention of Polio. Schedule 6 week min. age, 2, 4, (6-18) months and (4-6) years.
C. Hep B, Prevention of Hepatitis B. Schedule, Birth, (1-2) and (6-18) months.
D. Rotavirus, Prevention of Rotavirus. Schedule, min. age 6 weeks, 2, 4, and 6 months.
E. Pneumococcal Vaccine, Prevention of Pneumococcal disease. Schedule, min. age 6 weeks, 2, 4, 6, and (12-15) months.
F. HIB, Prevention of Haemophilus Influenzae type B. Schedule, min. age 6 weeks, 2, 4, 6, and (12-15) months.
G. Varicella, Prevention of Chicken Pox. Schedule, min. age 12 months, (12-15) months and (4-6) years.
H. MMR, Prevention of Measles, Mumps, and Rubella. Schedule, min age 12 months, (12-15) months and (4-6) years.
A. Infant, Weight doubles by 6 months, and triples at 12 months. Length increases by 50% by 12 months.
B. Toddler, Weight increases 2-3 kg/yr. Height increases 12 cm by 24 months.
C. Preschooler, Weight increases 2-3 kg/yr. Height increases 5-7.5 cm/yr.
D. School Age, Weight increases 2-3 kg/yr. Height increases 5 cm/yr.
E. Adolescent, Weight increases, (female 7-25 kg/yr), (male 7-30 kg/yr). Height increases, (female 5-25 cm/yr) and the (male 10-30 cm/yr).
The times of greatest growth are infant and adolescent.
A. Infant, 0-6 months, cooing, and repeating sounds, 6-12 months, simple word production, and begin to initiate interactions intentionally.
B. Toddler, participates in (speaker/listener) communication, and feeds self.
C. Preschooler, begins problem solving, and draws purposefully.
D. School Age, develops positive self esteem through skill acquisition and task completion, and dresses/undresses without...