Baby Growth Record & Data Chart Manipulation
The representation of your child’s health record is the baby growth chart. Children who are growing at the rate recommended by the standards of growth chart and whose height or weight is matched with the chart are designated healthy. Your healthcare provider calculates your baby’s height and weight on a percentile chart to investigate the rate of baby growth
These represent the average weight, height, or head circumference of babies. You will see the percentile lines on the chart running parallel to each other. The percentile lines comprises the following percentages 5%, 10%, 25%, 50%, 75%, 90%, and 95%. The rate of growth means the child’s growth points narrowly trail a percentile line on the growth chart.
There is a “weight for height” chart or a “BMI” index to calculate the growth in terms of weight gain according to height.
The graph is the basic parameter as the ascend in graph demonstrate proper growth in percentage while a decrease in graph readings will show that your baby needs something more to grow up. You should take care of the calorie intake if you find a drop in the baby’s growth and your pediatrician will give you a right suggestion for the intakes.
If you want to comprehend the baby growth chart, try to understand on the basis of its integrated components. Following are the basic Components of a baby’s growth chart
- Graph Plot
To design a baby growth chart use the free downloadable on-line customized template for easy calculations.
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Baby Growth Chart Template
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