B - Special Needs

The medical officer obtained information on aspects of medical history, similar to that obtained from parents. He or she recorded the results of test of near and distant vision, hearing, speech, and motor co-ordination and measured the child's height and weight. In the course of a systematic examination, results were recorded of any findings relating to skin conditions, hernias, respiratory tract infections, and any defects in the cardiovascular system, the alimentary tract, the urogenital system, bones and joints, and the neuromuscular system. The medical officers also assessed the child's pubertal development.

Special Needs
N14762M Does chld need spec.education trtment
N14772M Reason for special education - MC1:3
N14782M Reason for special education - MC2:3
N14792M Reason for special education - MC3:3