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Longitudinal assessment of anticipatory guidance on the oral health status of infants

Lynn Poranganel

Longitudinal assessment of anticipatory guidance on the oral health status of infants

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Published in 2007 .
Written in English


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Thesis (M.Sc.)--University of Toronto, 2007.

Statementby Lynn Poranganel.
The Physical Object
Pagination73 leaves :
Number of Pages73
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Open LibraryOL19397278M

Imagine that you want to enter a discussion that includes anticipatory guidance. Imagine a prompt that you might use. Guiding Principles (continued) 5) Look for opportunities to support parental mastery. 6) Focus on the parent child relationship. 7) Value passion. 3 Child’s Developmental Age Range months Milestone: The Eruption of the first primary tooth months Oral Development Review pattern of eruption Review teething facts Fluoride Assess fluoride status Determine supplements if needed Oral Hygiene/Health Review oral hygiene techniques with care giver Plan for next visit based on risk assessmentFile Size: 86KB. 4. Provide patient/parent education, including anticipatory guidance in oral health and disease. 5. Recognize and adequately address the psychological reactions of children of varied ages and their families in stressful situations. 6. Develop effective communication skills with patients and families involving feelings and. Chapter 21 Age-Specific Examination Infants, Children, and Adolescents Examination Guidelines A pediatric physical examination must, of course, be age and developmentally appropriate. Not every observation and examination maneuver must be made on every child at every examination. What you do depends on the individual circumstance and your clinical judgment, each step dependent on the .

ANTICIPATORY GUIDANCE Age-appropriate Patient Information Handouts Updated for "Anticipatory Guidance" is a common term in the field of general pediatrics. It refers to providing education to parents about what to expect, or anticipate, over .


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Longitudinal assessment of anticipatory guidance on the oral health status of infants by Lynn Poranganel Download PDF EPUB FB2

DEFINITION OF INFANT ORAL HEALTH • According to AAPD: Professional intervention within 6 months after the eruption of the first primary tooth or no later than 12 months of age directed at factors affecting the oral cavity, counseling on oral disease risks and delivery of anticipatory guidance.

Anticipatory guidance helps families understand what to expect during their infant’s or child’s current and approaching stage of development. Primary care professionals, other health professionals, and early childhood professionals can provide anticipatory guidance on oral health to promote oral health to children and families.

The following search terms were used: dental caries prevention, caries process, caries balance, dental home, early childhood caries, oral health disparities, dental caries risk assessment, fluoride varnish, oral health anticipatory guidance.

Search was limited to English language sources from through Cited by: concerning preventive oral health interventions, including anticipatory guidance and preventive counseling, for infants, children, and adolescents.

Methods This guideline was originally developed by the Clinical Af-fairs Committee and adopted in This document is a revision of the previous version, last revised in The. Anticipatory Guidance/Counseling, and Oral Treatment for Infants, Children, and Adolescents anticipatory guidance, preventing obesity by longitudinal dietary counseling, and monitoring of weight status.

In would benefit from infant oral health care,33, Infants and young children have unique caries-risk factorsFile Size: KB.

concerning preventive oral health interventions, including anticipatory guidance and preventive counseling, for infants, children, and adolescents. Methods This guideline is a compilation of related policies and guidelines developed by the AAPD, in addition to pediatric oral health literature and national reports and recommendations.

education and oral health care can be built. Anticipatory guidance and counseling are essential components of the dental visit. ­ Recommendations. his guideline addresses periodicity and general principles of examination, preventive dental services, anticipatory guidance/ counseling, and oral treatment for children who have no.

Equally, dentists can also improve the overall health of children not only by treating dental disease, but also by proactively recognizing child abuse, preventing traumatic injuries through anticipatory guidance, and preventing obesity by longitudinal dietary counseling and monitoring of weight status.

80 In addition, dentists can have an Author: Karin Weber-Gasparoni. concerning preventive oral health interventions, including anticipatory guidance and preventive counseling, for infants, children, and adolescents.

Methods This guideline is an update of a document previously revised in The update used electronic database and hand searches of articles in the medical and dental literature using the fol.

Anticipatory Guidance and its Importance in Pediatric Healthcare. Anticipatory guidance is an important aspect of pediatric healthcare that involves proactive counseling that aids parents or guardians in assessing the expected growth and development of their children.

The counseling techniques adopted for the process focus on the requirements of the child during each crucial stage of. Child health care providers receive appropriate training and continuing education in oral health, with emphasis on early risk assessment and provision of anticipatory guidance.

A multidisciplinary approach to paediatric oral health care be developed, involving physicians, dentists, hygenists, nurses and by: Recommendations for Pediatric Oral Health Assessment, Preventive Services, and Anticipatory Guidance/Counseling AGE 6 TO 12 MONTHS 12 TO 24 MONTHS 2 TO 6 YEARS 6 TO 12 YEARS 12 YEARS AND OLDER Clinical oral examination Prophylaxis and topical fluoride 1 • • • • • Assess oral growth and development 2 0 • • • • • Caries-risk File Size: KB.

Start studying Anticipatory guidance infants. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Anticipatory guidance in infant oral health: rationale and recommendations.

Am Fam Physician. ;– 2. American Academy of Pediatric Cited by: 2. Oral health counseling is especially important for the mother. Therefore, materials on the infectious and transmissible nature of bacteria that cause ECC and methods of oral health risk assessment, anticipatory guidance, and early intervention should be in the curriculum of all medical, nursing and allied health professional programs ( by: 1.

Childhood temperament-based anticipatory guidance in an hmo setting: A longitudinal study Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Community Psychology 41(2) March with 72 Reads. The Pediatric Environmental Health Toolkit provides many different ways to deliver guidance to your patients.

These include posters for your waiting or examination room, “take home” materials for parent and child, and tips on how you or your staff can deliver anticipatory guidance to the patient without taking much time from your busy practice. Guideline on Periodicity of Examination, Preventive Dental Services, Anticipatory Guidance/Counseling, and Oral Treatment for Infants, Children, and Adolescents Download the PDF Topic: Physical Health.

The information contained in the Anticipatory Guidance Cards was excerpted from Bright Futures: Guidelines for Health Supervision of Infants, Children, and Adolescents. Bright Futures provides comprehensive, culturally competent, family-centered, community-based child health supervision guidelines consistent with the needs of families and.

Orofacial clefts, specifically cleft lip and/or cleft palate (CL/P), are among the most common congenital anomalies. CL/P vary in their location and severity and comprise 3 overarching groups: cleft lip (CL), cleft lip with cleft palate (CLP), and cleft palate alone (CP).

CL/P may be associated with one of many syndromes that could further complicate a child’s by: 3. education on the etiology and prevention of ECC. Oral health counseling during pregnancy is especially im-portant for the mother. The infectious and transmissible nature of bacteria that cause ECC and methods of oral health risk assessment (CAT), anticipatory guidance, and early intervention should be included in the curriculum of all medical.

The anticipatory guidance component of every Bright Futures visit gives the health care professional, parents, and the child or adolescent a chance to ask questions and discuss issues of concern. This guidance is organized around 5 priority areas, and specific questions and discussion points are provided for the health care professional.

AMA Suggestions (continued) Limit the amount of information provided and repeat it. Information is best remembered when given in small pieces pertinent to the task at hand. Repetition further enhances recall. Use the teach-back or show me technique. Confirm that patients understand by asking them to repeat back your instructions.

Recommendations for Pediatric Oral Health Assessment, Preventive Services, and Anticipatory Guidance/Counseling 6.

One of the most significant gaps in the assessment of child and adolescent health is the evaluation of positive aspects of functional status (IOM and NRC, ). Many surveys include questions regarding impairments in functioning; relatively few include routine questions about positive functional trajectories.

Start studying Milestones, Anticipatory guidance and Red flags: Birth through 1 year. PLUS: Fitzgerald Pediatric questions. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Global climate change and health in Canadian children.

Posted: Committee(s): Paediatric Environmental Health Section. Topic(s): advocacy, prevention and anticipatory guidance, global child health, environmental health.

Primary care clinicians see infants and toddlers during the first few years of life for routine well child visits. Most of these clinicians receive little or no training in oral examinations and anticipatory guidance for oral health.

Most dentists are not involved in the care of young children. the following oral-hygiene guidelines that seem to work best for infants, children, adolescents, and young adults. Videos on proper tooth brushing and flossing techniques can be found on the internet.

Never put your child to bed with a bottle unless it contains water only. Do not. Dental caries remains the most prevalent chronic condition in children and a major contributor to poor general health.

There is ample evidence of a skewed distribution of oral health, with a small proportion of children in the population bearing the majority of the burden of the disease. This minority group is comprised disproportionately of socioeconomically disadvantaged by: Oral Health Assessment and Review - Guidance in Brief 1 In routine primary dental care, Oral Health Assessment and Review involves a comprehensive assessment of a patient’s histories and oral health status that leads to diagnosis and risk assessment, followed File Size: 2MB.

A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Publisher: American Academy of Pediatrics. The American Academy of Pediatrics is an organization of 67, primary care pediatricians, pediatric medical subspecialists and pediatric surgical specialists dedicated to the health, safety and well-being of infants, children, adolescents and young adults.

Anticipatory Guidance for Childhood Injury Prevention. Supplement anticipatory guidance with culturally appropriate and relevant educational materials. Provide youth and adolescents with the information they need to recognize and respond to hazards and violence in their Size: KB.

For instance, it is possible that in some offices anticipatory guidance may be delegated to a nurse, nurse practitioner, Healthy Steps specialist, 6 or other provider.

For others, information on common problems may be provided by printed material distributed at health maintenance visits, videos, or other sources of information made available in Cited by: 2. Foster partnerships among families, health care professionals, and communities.

Increase family knowledge, skills, and parti-cipation in health promotion and disease. se i onprvit i i nveet tca Address the needs of infants, children, and adolescents with special health care needs through enhanced identification and sources.

Guideline on periodicity of examination, preventive dental services, anticipatory guidance/counseling, and oral treatment for infants, children, and adolescents. Pediatric Dentistry American Academy of Pediatrics, Section on Pediatric Dentistry. Preventive oral health intervention for pediatricians.

Pediatrics The model is an oral health education package that covers the following aspects: (i) cognitive component (for example, the provision of basic oral health knowledge using an anticipatory guidance technique); (ii) psychomotor component (for example, the demonstration of basic oral health skills such as toothbrushing skills with a hands-on.

Guideline on Infant Oral Health Care potx. 5 0. oral health risk assessment, anticipatory guidance, and therapeutic interventions to be followed by den-tal, impact on the dentition is disease a ects the general population but is 32 times more likely to occur in infants who are of low so- cioeconomic status.

The collected information will be used to estimate fluoride exposure and intake. Details of receipt of oral health anticipatory guidance or oral health advice from dental professionals and general health practitioners including Child and Youth Health nurses, will Cited by:.

All Infants discharged from designated perinatal center neonatal intensive care units in Illinois are referred for follow-up home visits by community health nurses.

These visits provide parental support, teaching, and anticipatory guidance plus physical and developmental assessment of the infant. The maternal and child nursing consultants who coordinate this follow-up program are frequently Cited by: 1.Journal-Articles.

Global health experience & interest: Results from the AAP Periodic Survey. Pediatrics. ; (1):e Longitudinal analyses of pediatrician burnout.

Acad Pediatr ; 19 (3) Sleep, physical activity, and general health status: .ventive strategies, oral health risk assessment, anticipatory guidance, and therapeutic interventions to be followed by den-tal, medical, nursing, and allied health professional programs.

Methods is guideline is an update of the previous Guideline on In- fant Oral Health Care, revised in is revision included.