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Req-2044: Use biometric-specific norms for growth curves
Release Package: 2015 Priority List


Release Package:

2015 Priority List

Requirement ID:

Req-2044

Title:

Use biometric-specific norms for growth curves

Description:

The system shall include the ability to use pediatric age-specific norms for weight, height/length, head circumference, and BMI to calculate and display growth percentiles and plot them over time on standardized CDC/WHO growth curves as appropriate.

Related Requirements:

Relationship Release Package Requirement ID Requirement Title Requirement Type SHALL / SHOULD / MAY Compare Requirements
Req-2044 is associated with 2013 Format Req-643 Use demographic-specific norms to manage care Normative Statements SHOULD Compare

Requirement Type:

Normative Statement

Shall/Should/May:

SHALL

Critical/Core:

Yes

Status:

Released

Implementation Notes:

Age and gender-specific growth data for healthy children are available from CDC and WHO and are used to monitor the growth of children over time. Available growth data for the child are plotted on graphs that include reference data to allow the assessment of changes in growth velocity over time.

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Last Updated 05/27/2016
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