When the spouses begin to plan the family, theyinstantly there are various questions on which it is necessary to search for answers. Very often people are interested in what are the norms of anthropometric data of a healthy baby in its first year, since it is very difficult to imagine what a small person should be when you yourself are ten times larger than him. In this you can help the table.
The anthropometric data of the children indicated there,are not the absolute norm, so you will in any case need to communicate with your doctor about this. However, many people feel more comfortable if they know anything. And this table will help you in this.
Anthropometric data of the children in it are recorded for the age of up to a year, and they are given in a reduced version - only for a newborn child, a child who turned six months old and, finally, a year.
|Age||Weight, gram||Weight gain||Growth in centimeters||Increase in growth||Head circumference||Chest circumference|
|Half a year||7100-7400||650||66-70||2||43||45|
Table "Anthropometric data of children" canto mislead some people, so you should immediately comment on it. So, it shows the values of the basic parameters in the three moments of life of a small person.
The first indicator is the first month of itbirth, the second - six months from birth, and the third - a year. You can see what should be his normal weight, what he should have growth, as well as chest girth and exactly the same parameter for the head at each of these time intervals. In this, this table helps you.
Anthropometric data of children are indicated not onlyabsolute - you can also find the average increase in weight and height at a particular stage in the development of the child. All of this data should help you navigate in terms of how healthy your child grows and progresses in your development.
Anthropometric data of children under one year changepretty quickly, so keep an eye out for them carefully. Naturally, this is far from everything you can learn - doctors can tell you much more by writing specifically for your child predictable indicators for both the first year of life and for several years ahead. This will allow you to remain aware of how well your child matures physically, and if you start to notice any abnormalities, you can immediately go to the doctor to find out if this is a problem.