Odd Man Out
by Cathy Parkes January 15, 2021 Updated: January 18, 2023
Look for the "odd man out." If there are three answers that have a lot in common, but one answer is unique, it may be the correct answer!
Cranial Nerve Assessment: III, IV, and VI
Cranial Nerve III (Oculomotor), IV (Trochlear), and VI (Abducens) can be assessed using the corneal light reflex, the cover test, and/or the six cardinal positions of gaze.Read More
To understand the cause of different fetal heart rate patterns, remember VEAL CHOP.
Variable decelerations -> Cord compression.
Early deceleration -> Head compression.
Accelerations -> OK.
Late decelerations -> Placental Insufficiency.
Failure to Thrive (FTT)
Failure to Thrive (FTT) is indicated by a child's weight being less than the fifth percentile. Assess for both organic causes and parental bonding/care of the child.Read More
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