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What's Fun about Pediatrics

Christina Wilson

This activity will lead you to discover the finer moments of a rotation in pediatrics. Welcome.

tick first menstrual period
APGAR a social service agency for the protection of children
heelstick how to measure what's in the diaper
bottles leading cause of death from disease past infancy
immunizations needed to feed infants
denver shots given throughout childhood to prevent disease
crying a way to pass the time while you are feeling ill
toys believing that thoughts are all-powerful and can cause events
magical worn by some of the smallest of your patients
trust the number one chronic disease of children
siblings it happens to children as well as adults
love a local anesthetic cream
CPS a developmental scale used to assess maturation
scale brothers and sisters of patient
family bed-wetting
EMLA rubeola
autonomy enterobiasis
crayons a site for lab draws in neonates
negativism the glue that makes all the "owies" go away
cancer the most crucial social group in the hospital
enuresis a form of communication
death a risk factor that impacts health
menarche development in the first year of life (Erikson)
obesity a four letter word not used in adult hospitals
diapers your best friend when preparing pediatric medications
pinworms the persistent negative response to requests
measles toddlers developmental task
calculator score given to newborn in delivery room based on responsiveness
handwashing the first and last thing to do to prevent the spread of disease
asthma causes lyme disease
videos artist's tools
play learning tools

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