By Ronald B. David
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There is also some neck retraction. 2B, there is extension of the arms and extension of the legs (decerebrate). 2C, the neonate assumes an opisthotonic posture. Note also extension of the arms and the clenched hands. Hands Open/Closed. Observe whether the hands are clenched, clenched with stress, closed, sometimes closed, open. 3A, the hands of a normal newborn are shown. 3B, the hands are persistently clenched. Note also the opisthotonic posturing. Palmar Grasp. Place a finger across the palm from the little finger side of the hand.
C) 11–30 sec. (d) 31–60 sec. (e) > 60 sec. 23. 24. Ventral Suspension. Place one hand under infant’s abdomen in prone position and suspend horizontally. Observe curvature of back, flexion of limbs, and relationship of head to trunk. Responsiveness. Note the infant’s awareness level throughout the examination, a subjective and qualitative assessment of the infant’s response to movement, touching, handling, noise, hunger, etc. (a) not very responsive (b) average (c) very responsive. Using the Premie-Neuro scoring sheet The Premie-Neuro scoring sheet lists the test items and their descriptions on the left side of the examination sheet.
Score the head lag and arm flexion separately. 10, the delayed head lag and lack of arm flexion associated with hypotonia are demonstrated. Pull to Sit. Use traction on both wrists to pull the infant slowly to the sitting position. Score the head lag and arm flexion separately. 10, the delayed head lag and lack of arm flexion associated with hypotonia are demonstrated. Held Sit. Hold the infant in an upright position with the examiner’s hands used to support the infant’s shoulders. Observe the length of time the head is held in an upright position.
Clinical Pediatric Neurology 3rd Edition by Ronald B. David