Life Span Development

  • Weight: 6-8 lbs.

  • 2064

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  • Period: to

    INFANT

  • Period: to

    Neonate

    VITALS-
    Pulse- 90-180
    Respirations 30-60
    BP 50-70
    Temp 98-100
  • Weight 30 grams per day

  • Nosebreathers

  • moro reflex, palmar grasp, rooting reflex, sucking reflex

  • Permanent teeth come in

  • Period: to

    Infant

    VITALS
    Pulse 100-160
    Respirations 30-60
    BP 50-70
    Temp 98-100
  • Posterior Fontanelles fuse

  • Anterior Fontanelles Fuse

  • Period: to

    Toddler

  • Period: to

    Toddler Vitals

    90-150 BPM
    20 to 30 breaths per minute
    BP- 80-100
    Temp 96.8-99.6
  • Weight gain levels off

  • Loss of passive ammunity

  • Acquire own immunity

  • Neuromuscular growth

  • Bladder control

  • Continued developmet of the renal system and elimination patterns

  • Seperation anxiety

  • Learn to speak and express

  • baby teeth

  • Basic language mastered

  • Understand cause and effect

  • Period: to

    Preschool Age (3-6)

  • Period: to

    Preschool Vitals

    BPM- 80-140
    breaths per minute- 20-25
    BP 80-100
    Temp- 98.6
  • Interaction with other children

  • Observe sexual differences

  • Grow 4lbs and 2.5 inches per year

  • Period: to

    School age (6-12)

  • Period: to

    School age Vitals

    BPM- 70-120
    breaths per minute 15 to 20
    BP- 80-110
    Temp- 98.6
  • Brain activity increases in both hemispheres

  • pre-conventional reasoning--acoid punishment/get what they want

  • Conventional reasoning- look for approval from peers

  • postconventional reasoning- children make decisions guided by their conscience

  • develop self concept and self esteem

  • 2-3 year growth spurt

  • Period: to

    Adolescent (12-18 years)

  • Period: to

    Adolescent Vitals

    BPM- 60 to 100
    breaths per minute 12-20
    BP 90-110
    Temp 98.6
  • gain muscle and bone growth. girls finish at 16. boys at 18

  • Maturation of reproductive system

  • womens breasts and thighs increase in size

  • Menestrual cycle begins

  • Acne- eggs- sperm

  • Need for privacy

  • struggle to create own identity- gather feedback from peers and family to create identity

  • Rebellion

  • Anti-social and peer pressure kick in

  • greater interest in sexual relations

  • Higher risk of suicide and depression

  • body functioning at optimal level

  • Period: to

    Early Adult(19-40)

  • Period: to

    Early Adult Vitals

    BPM- 60-100
    Breaths per minute- 12 to 20
    BP 90-140
    Temp- 98.6
  • lifelong habits solidify

  • Disks in spine sttle, and height can become affected

  • fatty tissues increase- leading to weight gain. musle strength decreases.

  • work, family,stress

  • strive to create place for themselves

  • enjoys one or more stable periods of life

  • vulnerable to vision and hearing loss

  • Period: to

    Middle adult (41-60)

  • Period: to

    Middle Adult Vitals

    BPM- 60-100
    Breaths per minute- 12 to 20
    BP- 90 to 140
    Temp- 98.6
  • cardiovascular health becomes an issue

  • greater risk of cancer

  • menopause

  • Increase in cholesterol levels

  • Problems with weight control

  • focus on achieving life goals

  • generally stable health

  • Cardiac function declines

  • Period: to

    Late adult( 61+)

  • Period: to

    Late Adult Vitals

    BPM, breaths per minute, BP- all depend on health
    Temp- 98.6
  • airway increases and surface area of alveoli decreases

  • insulin production decreases, and so does metabolism

  • tase bud sensitivity to salty and sweet diminishes as well as smell

  • Brain weight shrinks 10-20%

  • worry about rising costs

  • must face own mortality