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Well Child Check: 6 month old



6 month old _ here for well child check. No parental concerns at this time.


- Diet: No concerns. Starting to try solids.

- Voiding/stooling: No concerns.

- Sleeping: Has a regular bedtime routine, and sleeps through the night without feeding.

- Behavior: No concerns.


Normal pregnancy and delivery. No surgeries, hospitalizations, or serious illnesses to date.


- Gross and fine motor: Head flexed forward when pulled to a sitting position. Is able to sit up, rolls over both ways. Reaches and grabs; raking grasps.

- Cognitive: Responds to affection. Turns towards sounds.

- Social/Emotional/Communication: Smiles, laughs, likes to talk and play.


- No smokers in the home.

- No concerns regarding postpartum depression.

- No major social stressors at home.

- No safety concerns in the home.

- Daytime child care is with _

- No TB or lead risk factors.


- Up to date.



- GEN: Normal general appearance. NAD.


- EYES: Red reflex present bilaterally. Light reflex symmetric. EOMI, with no strabismus.

- ENMT: TMs, nares, and OP normal. MMM. No abnormal oral lesions.

- NECK: Supple, with no masses.

- CV: RRR, no m/r/g. Normal femoral pulses.

- LUNGS: CTAB, no w/r/c.

- ABD: Soft, NT/ND, NBS, no masses or organomegaly.

- GU: Normal _male genitalia. Testes descended bilaterally.

- SKIN: WWP. No skin rashes or abnormal lesions.

- MSK: Normal extremities & spine. No hip clicks or clunks.

- NEURO: MAE symmetrically. Normal muscle strength and tone.

- GROWTH CHART: Following growth curve nicely in all parameters.


* Healthy 6-month old infant

- The family was given a children’s book today (per “Reach Out and Read” program)

- Follow up at 9 months of age, or sooner PRN.

- ER/return precautions discussed.

* Vaccines today:

- Pediarix #3 (DTaP, IPV, HepB #4), PCV #3, Rota #3, Hib #3, Influenza

- Pentacel #3 (DTaP, IPV, Hib), PCV #3, Rota #3, HepB #4, Influenza

- PCV #3, Rota #3, DTaP #3, IPV #3, Influenza (Hib, HepB to be given at 12-month visit)

* Anticipatory guidance (discussed or covered in a handout given to the family)

- Common immunization SE’s

- Avoiding use of walkers and door swings/jumpers.

- Child proofing the home: Gates for stairs, burn prevention, kitchen safety, water safety

- Poison Control number (800-222-1222)

- Car seat facing backward until 2 years of age and 20 pounds

- Teething and fluoride (first tooth at 3-12 months, average 7 months)

- How and when to introduce solids: Iron-fortified foods, delaying sweet foods and fruits, no honey/corn syrup/cow’s milk until one year old, finger foods

- Choking hazards

- No juice from bottle; no bottle in bed; early use of sippy cup

- Speech development (importance of reading and talking)

- Sleep: Separation anxiety, night awakening, sleep training, lower crib mattress, side rales up

- Warning signs for postpartum depression versus baby blues

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