Infant developmental milestone nursing review lecture for nursing school, nurses, and NCLEX review.
In this video, Nurse Sarah covers infant developmental milestones (with mnemonic) that you’ll want to know for nursing exams (such as NCLEX, ATI, HESI), and while working as a pediatric nurse.
An infant is typically considered a child that is between birth to one year of age. As the infant develops and grows, they will begin to develop new motor and cognitive abilities. These “milestones” are important indicators that the child is developing properly.
These can be grouped under the mnemonic “Babies.”
-Interventions (nursing care)
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