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These bingo cards contain the following answers:

Rooting Reflex
Sucking Reflex
Moro Startle
Palmar Reflex
Plantar Reflex
Tonic Neck/Fencing
Babinski
Walking/Step Reflex
Lanugo
Fontanels
Vernix
Jaundice
Sucking Blister
Milia
Cradle Cap
Circumcision
APGAR score
Meconium
Bonding
Silver Nitrate
Let Down Reflex
Pediatrician
Umbilical Cord
Muscle Control

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FAMILY NURSING NEWBORN ASSESSMENT Crossword

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A reflex that is seen in normal newborn babies, who automatically turn the face toward the stimulus and make sucking (rooting) motions with the mouth when the cheek or lip is touched. rooting
REFLEX: Something, such as a nipple (breast or bottle) or parent’s finger, touching roof of baby’s mouth SUCK
REFLEX: occurs after the sole of the foot has been firmly stroked. The big toe then moves upward or toward the top surface of the foot. The other toes fan out BABINSKI
REFLEX: startle MORO
is a neonatal condition involving a serosanguinous, subcutaneous, extraperiosteal fluid collection with poorly defined margins caused by the pressure of the presenting part of the scalp against the dilating cervix (tourniquet effect of the cervix) during delivery. Caput succedaneum
abnormal head shape that results from pressure on the baby's head during childbirth. MOLDING
large expanding collection of blood beneath the scalp CEPHALOHEMATOMA
A large reddish-purple capillary malformation of the face or neck, usually not elevated above the skin NEVUS FLAMMENS
raised benign blood vessel tumor usually on face or neck STRAWBERRY HEMANGIOMA
blue spot, congenital dermal melanocytosis, and dermal melanocytosis is a benign, flat, congenitalbirthmark with wavy borders and irregular shape MONGOLIAN SPOTS
waxy or cheese-like white substance found coating the skin of newborn human babies VERNIX CASEOSA
red rash in neonates erythema toxicum
skin peeling desquamation
fine, soft hair, especially that which covers the body and limbs of a human fetus or newborn lanugo
white papules milia

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Chapter 7 Baby's Arrival Word Search

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This word search contains the following answers:

TEMPERAMENT
STARTLE REFLEX
ROOTING REFLEX
REFLEXES
GRASP REFLEX
CERVIX BIRTH
ROOMING IN
CESAREAN
CONTRACTIONS
DILATES
FONTANELS
FORCEPS
PREMATURE
POSTNATAL
APGAR SCALE
BONDING
COLUSTRUM
INCUBATOR

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infant Crossword

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the name for a doctor that takes care of newborns? pediatrician
what part of a baby leads in growth? head
what does physical develpoment mean? physical growth
involves large muscles of the body grossmotorskills
small toys can________a baby choke
involves smaller muscles finemotorskills
what relfex do the toes fan out? babinski
what reflex is it where the arms and legs fling in and out? Moro
what reflex does the head turn and mouth moves? rooting
what reflex do the newborns grasp strongly? palmar grasp
__________ is blurry at birth vision
children will _____ when a person leaves cry
infants set _________ goals

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From Belly to Baby Crossword

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a surgical cute between vagina and anus episiotomy
the initial milk produced for several days after delivery colostrum
baby receives nourishment directly from breast that has muliple benefits for both mom and baby breastfeeding
the medical term for postpartum vaginal bleeding lochia
a hormone that plays a major role in pregnancy, labor, and lactation oxytocin
your baby's level will be checked after their first feeding, usually at 1-4 hours old glucose check
connection between baby and the placenta, usually 3 vessel cord umbilical cord
an organ that develops during pregnancy and is the lifeline to supply baby with oxygen and nutrients placenta
black, tarry stool meconium
baby wearing only a diaper, placed directly on mom's chest skin to skin
"back is _____". (The slogan that is used when putting baby to sleep to help prevent SIDS). best
waxy coating that covers baby's skin vernex
the period of time, around 6 weeks, after you've had a baby postpartum
shifting, overlapping of skull bones, can give baby a "conehead" appearance molding
white bumps found across nose and chin milia
downy hair that covers the newborn, especially found on shoulders, back, cheeks, and ears lanugo
a screen that's completed prior to discharge to ensure your baby can hear hearing
the surgical removal of foreskin from tip of the penis circumcision
in true labor as labor progresses they become more regular and intense causing cervical changes contractions
stands for Spontaneous rupture of membranes, another way of saying your "water broke" SROM
bluish discoloration to hands and feet acrocyanosis
build up of bilirubin causing a yellow hue to skin jaundice

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Infant Development and Care Crossword

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Involuntary movement due to the nervous system's reaction to a stimulus reflexes
Activities involving large muscles gross motor skills
Activities involing small muscles Fine motor skills
To take hold of something grasping
Reflex that occurs when touched on the cheek rooting
to scare startle
Reacting to a stroke on the bottom of the foot Babinski
Stimulated when something enters the mouth sucking
The way a person holds a baby handling
Giving a baby proper nourishment feeding
Taking care of teeth and having regular dental exams teeth care
maintaining proper hygiene bathing
Choosing and wearing appropriate items of clothing dressing
Steps to putting on a diaper diapering
Resting the body sleeping

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LABOR and BIRTH Crossword

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A small incision to prevent tearing EPISIOTOMY
After the baby is born, contractions continue causing the placenta to seperate from the . UTERUS
Passage of the mucus from the the cervix is sometimes referred to as "the show" plug
Refers to the cervix stretching and expanding. DILATION
The liquid when your "water breaks" is . AMNIOTIC FLUID
An incision made in the mother's lower abdomen for delivery is . CESAREAN SECTION
Refers to a baby's positioned with feet, buttocks, or shoulders first. BREECH
A fetal records the strength and duration of contractions. MONITOR
The baby dropping lower in the pelvis. LIGHTENING
Refers to the time the baby's head is first seen. CROWNING
This is expelled in the last stage of labor. PLACENTA
The tightening and releasing of the mucles in the uterus is . CONTRACTIONS
A premature baby is usually place in an to control underdevolped body systems. INCUBATOR
This assesment is used for rating newborn's physical condition. APGAR SCALE
The thick, pasty substance that protects from over exposure to the amniotic fliud. VERNIX
Spots where the bones have not yet fused together are . FONTANELS
The fine hair that grows on on newborn's forehead, back, and shoulders is . LANUGO
These cells are capable of producing all types blood cells. STEMCELLS

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human growth and development Crossword

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how we control our behavior by self-monitoring self regulation
developmental milestone for small children gross motor
the act of touching physical contact
a very young child or baby infant
the sport or activity of propelling oneself through water using the limbs. swimming
A reflex used to determine adequacy of the higher (central) nervous system. babinski
to a support rooting
a Muslim inhabitant of the Philippines. moro
A grasp pattern emerging in the 5th-6th month whereby the child places a pronated forearm or hand down on an object palmar grasp
Stress is defined as an organism's total response to environmental demands or pressures. stress
The psychological and biologic organization peculiar to the individual, specifically temperament
spoiled the dish by adding too much salt. spoiled
The act of developing development
generally refer to the small movements of the hands, wrists, fingers, feet, toes, lips, and tongue. fine motor

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Infancy: Newborn to Age 1 Word Search

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temperament
unoccupied play
separation anxiety
stranger anxiety
attachment
receptive language
object permanence
sensorimotor stage
food intolerances
pincer grasp
Palmar grasp
creeping
crawling
postpartum depression
postpartum period
bonding
rooting reflex
Apgar Scale
Neonates
Infancy

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Neonate Crossword

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An assessment scale used to indicate an overall picture of the newborn’s status Apgar scale
Person’s internal system of values conscience
Tooth Decay Dental Caries
Progressive acquisition of skills and the capacity to function Development
are small movements — such as picking up small objects and holding a spoon — that Fine Motor Skills
Also known as soft spots. They are spaces found between the infant’s cranial bones where the sutures cross. Fontanels
are the bigger movements — such as rolling over and sitting — that use the large muscles in the arms, legs, torso, and feet. Gross Motor Skills
a medical condition with yellowing of the skin or whites of the eyes, arising from excess of the pigment bilirubin and typically caused by obstruction of the bile duct, by liver disease, or by excessive breakdown of red blood cells. Jaundice
Soft, fine hair covering newborns Lanugo
Newborn’s first stool, usually green-black in color Meconium
Small clusters of pearly white spots found mostly on the infant’s nose, chin and forehead. They result from non-functioning or clogged sebaceous glands. Milia
The newborn’s first 4 weeks of extrauterine life Neonatal
A white cheese-like, protective covering found on the neonate’s skin Vernix Caseosa
The gradual substitution of the cup for the breast or the bottle Weaning

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The Baby's Arrival Vocabulary Word Search

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This word search contains the following answers:

Temperament
Startle reflex
Rooting reflex
Reflexes
Grasp reflex
Rooming-in
Premature
Postnatal
Incubator
Colostrum
Bonding
Apgar scale
Forceps
Fontanels
Dilates
Contractions
Cesarean birth
Cervix

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