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Groups Characteristic
I Healthy children. No history of deviations, never or rarely ill, not more than 4 times ARI during the year; physical development is medium, above or below average; harmonious, neuropsychic development corresponds to age; the functional state of the systems is not broken; there may be single morphological abnormalities (abnormalities of the nails, mild deformation of the auricle, single stigma, individual birthmarks, etc.) that do not affect the children's health and do not require correction; single carious teeth.
II Healthy children with a burdened biological history, some functional and morphological changes, i.e. healthy children at risk of developing chronic pathology. Allocate II A and II B groups.
IIA Healthy children with a minimal risk of developing chronic diseases. This includes disorders in the prenatal period - extragenital diseases of the mother, occupational hazards, alcoholism, mother's age at the time of birth of a child younger than 18 and older than 30 years, toxicosis of I and II half of pregnancy, the threat of miscarriage, bleeding, increase or decrease in blood pressure. Disorders in the intranatal period - fast or prolonged labor, a long anhydrous period, pathology of the placenta, umbilical cord, incorrect position of the fetus. A burdened family history.
II B It includes healthy children born from multiple pregnancies, premature, born, born with a large body weight, immature, with intrauterine infection; after asphyxia, birth injury, hemolytic disease, acute severe illness in the early neonatal period, as well as rickets of the first degree, pronounced residual effects of rickets, deficiency or excess body weight of I and II degree; allergic predisposition; pylorospasm without the effects of hypo


trophies, some congenital anomalies that do not require surgery; enlargement of the umbilical ring, divergence of the rectus abdominis muscles, prevention of testes into the scrotum for 1–2 years of life, with a small size of a large fontanel at birth, postural defects, flattened foot, and functional changes in the cardiovascular system; with hypertrophy of adenoids of the I and II degree, hypertrophy of the tonsils of the II degree, curvature of the nasal septum in the absence of impaired nasal breathing, rotary diseases of bronchitis or pneumonia, frequent acute respiratory infections; with the threat of anemia, thymomegaly, subcompensated caries (68 carious teeth), malocclusion that does not require immediate correction; with individual neurotic reactions, pathological habits, mental retardation, tongue-tied tongue, gastrointestinal dysfunction, mild myopia, accommodative strabismus without amblyopia with visual acuity with a correction for both eyes of at least 1.0 without disturbance of binocular vision; with a turn of a tuberculin test; the state of convalescence after acute acute infectious and non-infectious diseases with a prolonged violation of general well-being and condition.
III Sick children with chronic diseases or congenital pathology in a state of compensation, i.e.
with rare exacerbations that are not severe in the nature of the course without a pronounced violation of the general condition and well-being, behavior; children with sharply reduced resistance, i.e. sick almost monthly.
IV They include children with chronic diseases, congenital malformations in a state of subcompensation, with frequent exacerbations of the underlying disease, with impaired general condition, and well-being; with a prolonged reconvalescence period after an intercurrent disease.
V Children with severe chronic diseases, with severe congenital malformations in a state of decompensation, i.e. threatened by disability or disabled.
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