infancy & childhood

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infancy & childhood by Mind Map: infancy & childhood

1. membrane transport

1.1. passive

1.1.1. concentration

1.1.2. energy

1.2. active

1.2.1. concentration

1.2.2. energy

1.3. Vesicular

1.3.1. Against or towards concentration

1.3.2. energy

1.4. rate of diffusion = KxAx(P2-P1/D)

2. growth & develop

2.1. Growth parameters

2.1.1. Weight

2.1.2. length

2.1.3. HC& OFC

2.1.4. BMI

2.2. growth ( physical size )

2.2.1. orderly process

2.2.2. rate & patterns specific

2.3. Development ( skills and capacity of function )

2.3.1. simple to complex

2.3.2. rates vary

2.3.3. Assessment

2.3.3.1. gross motor

2.3.3.2. fine motor

2.3.3.3. social & language &hearing

2.4. stages

2.4.1. infancy

2.4.2. early childhood

2.4.3. Middle chidhood

2.4.4. late childhood

3. empryology

3.1. week 2

3.1.1. 1\2 implantation of blastocyst in edometurim

3.1.1.1. divide

3.1.1.1.1. trophoblast

3.1.1.1.2. empryoblast

3.1.2. Lacunae formation

3.1.2.1. hypoblast

3.1.2.1.1. exocolemic membrane

3.1.3. syncytiotrophoblast penetrate maternal capillaries

3.1.3.1. congest & dilated capillaries (sinusoid )

3.1.3.1.1. continuse with

3.1.4. healing surface defect

3.1.4.1. hypoblast

3.1.4.1.1. proliferate

3.1.4.2. exoecolomic cyst

3.1.4.3. chorionic cavity

3.1.4.3.1. Chorionic plate

3.1.4.4. connecting stalk

3.2. week 3

3.2.1. gastrulation

3.2.1.1. trilaminar germ disc

3.2.1.1.1. ectoderm

3.2.1.1.2. endoderm

3.2.1.1.3. mesoderm

4. innate immune system

4.1. Features

4.1.1. non-specific \ fast

4.1.2. Recognize ags directly

4.1.3. no memory

4.2. cells type

4.2.1. potent phagocytes

4.2.1.1. Macrophages

4.2.1.2. neutrophills

4.2.2. bridge the innate & adaptive

4.2.2.1. DC

4.3. Recognizing

4.3.1. PAMPs

4.3.2. DAMPs

4.4. complement

4.4.1. C3a

4.4.2. C3b

4.4.3. MAC pores

5. drugs

5.1. systematic

5.1.1. enteral

5.1.2. parenteral

5.1.2.1. transdermal

5.1.2.2. injection

5.1.2.3. inhalation

5.2. topical

5.3. nomenclature

5.3.1. chemical name

5.3.2. generic name

5.3.3. brand name

5.4. Subdivisions

5.4.1. phrmacokinetics

5.4.2. Pharmacodynamics

6. Theories

6.1. developmental milestone

6.1.1. physical

6.1.2. social

6.1.3. Cognitive

6.1.4. Language

6.2. stages

6.2.1. oral

6.2.2. anal

6.2.3. phallic

6.2.4. latent

6.2.5. genital