Block C3 - Childhood
- WHO Pocketbook of Hospital Care For Children (View PDF)
- WHO Handbook of Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI) (View PDF)
- Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics (19th Edition) (Download CHM)
- a person under 18 unless, "under the law applicable to the child, majority is attained earlier" (UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, 1989).
- changes in the size of body dimensions, parts, or tissues towards maturity. E.g. body height, weight, and chest circumference.
- changes in the human body towards attaining a mature state, i.e. differentiation, function development, maturation, and adaptation.
- increase in the child's competence and adaptability. A qualitative measurement.
- the measurement of the size and proportions of the human body.
- Catch-up growth
- characterized by height velocity above the limits of normal for age for at least 1 year after a transient period of growth inhibition.
Periods of childhood
- embryonic (conception to 8 weeks) and fetal (beyond 8 weeks), up until birth.
- neonatal (birth to 28 days or 1 month), infant (1 month to 1 year).
- Early childhood
- toddler (1 to 3 years), preschool (3 to 6 years)
- Middle childhood
- school-aged (6 to 12 years).
- Late childhood
- adolescence (puberty or 13 to 18 years).
- Types of Malnutrition
- Differentiating Between Malaria, Dengue, Chikungunya, and Other Diseases
- The Body Structure of Childhood Growth
- Assessment of Growth and its Abnormality: Hypothyroidism, Short Stature, etc.
- Assessment of Development (and its Abnormality)
- Nutritional Status, Feeding Recommendation, and Counseling
- Children with Special Needs: Down Syndrome, ADHD, Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Mental Retardation, etc.
- Integrated Management of Childhood Illness
- ICATT (IMCI Computerized Assisted Training Tools)
The Clinical Pathology final exam is designed a lot like a Tentamen in this block. There are about 30 stations and students move from one to the next answering questions. While most questions are multiple choice, some require written response. Many questions are directly from the pre-tests and most questions are from the block book. In subsequent blocks, the Clinical Pathology exam is entirely projector-based in Ruang Kuliah.
- Gram Staining
- Circumcision (Youtube, Indonesian)
- Pediatrics diagnosis form - Unit Penyakit Anak - Indonesian (View PDF)
- Assessment blueprint (View PDF)
- Set 23129 - June 2009. Make-up test.
- Set 08231 - January 2010. Regular.
- Practice exam - Regular.
- CBT Recap - Make-up from 2014. Indonesian.
- CBT Recap - Another make-up from 2014. Indonesian.
- HSC Practice Questions - Batch 2009 to 2010.
- Alpha Quest - Batch 2007.
- WHO Growth Charts
- CDC Growth Charts
- More CDC Growth Charts
- CDC Anthropometric Reference Data
- Protein Calorie Malnutrition on SlideShare.
- Pediatric Lower Respiratory Infections (PDF)
- Lactose intolerance on Breastfeeding.ASN.AU.
- Management of severe acute malnutrition in infants and children on WHO.
- Fluid management in severely malnourished children under 5 years of age without shock on WHO.
- Dehydration management on Medscape.
- Management of dehydration on Wikipedia.
- Oral rehydration therapy on Wikipedia
- Bile acid malabsorption
- The production of IgE on Immunobiology: The Immune System in Health and Disease. 5th edition.
- Pediatric Reference Ranges on Mayo Medical Labs.