Well Child Case Study A and B

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Well Child Case Study A and B
1.The objectives of this visit are to obtain information from a first time visit and also address the issues obtain the information necessary to fill the forms for the summer day program. Camps require a comprehensive health history including the child’s significant previous illnesses, injuries, surgeries, immunizations, and allergies and current state of health (Health Appraisal Guidelines for Day Camps and Resident Camps, 2005). Subjective data that should be obtained from her mother include the maternal/prenatal and birth history, immunization history, dietary history, medical and surgical illness history, family history, developmental history, behavioral history and psychosocial history (Baker, 2001). The...
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