LOINC
Version 2.72

60687-1Test of Infant Motor Performance Version 5.1Active

Term Description

GENERAL DIRECTIONS
1. All observations and test procedures should be carried out when the infant is in state 3, 4 or 5 (as described in Brazelton, TB: Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale. Philadelphia, JB Lippincott, 1984, pp. 17-19). An infant must have lusty crying for 15 seconds or more to be in state 6 and thus untestable for that item.
2. The infant should wear as little clothing as possible to avoid restriction of movement and to allow the body part under observation to be visible. At the same time, care must be taken to avoid thermal stress.
3. Testing should be performed on the crib mattress or other firm surface. Clear area of excess bedding. Begin with observation of spontaneous activity (Observed Items). After recording initial observations, continue to watch for and score presence of Observed Items throughout the remainder of the test. It may help to note Observed Items at the bottom of pages when noted during Elicited Item administration.
4. Unless otherwise stated, verbal and/or visual prompts may be used to elicit the best possible response from the infant.
5. No more than three trials are allowed for each elicited test item (Elicited Items) based on infant's response, state, and tolerance, but usually no more than one trial is needed so as to avoid unduly tiring the infant. Record the best response observed.
6. If the infant fails to meet the full criterion for a given response, score the behavior at the next lower response level for that item.
7. Midline is defined to include the arc which is 15 degrees to either side of midline when the head is in the upright position.
8. Pacifiers may be used to quiet infant but should not be used during the actual administration of test items.
9. If the testing is interrupted, items that remain can be completed in a 2nd session within 24 hours of the 1st.Caution: The TIMP must be used ONLY by persons with training and experience in safe handling of fragile infants.
Source: Regenstrief LOINC

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LOINC Name R/O/C Cardinality Example UCUM Units
60687-1 Test of Infant Motor Performance Version 5.1
Indent60689-7 Observed Items
IndentIndent60691-3 Head in Midline
IndentIndent60692-1 Individual Right Finger Movement
IndentIndent60693-9 Individual Left Finger Movement
IndentIndent60694-7 Fingers Objects/Surfaces on Right
IndentIndent60695-4 Fingers Objects/Surfaces on Left
IndentIndent60696-2 Bilateral Hip and Knee Flexion
IndentIndent60697-0 Isolated Right Ankle Movement
IndentIndent60698-8 Isolated Left Ankle Movement
IndentIndent60699-6 Fidgety Movements
IndentIndent60736-6 Reciprocal Kicking
IndentIndent60700-2 Ballistic Movements Of The Arms Or Legs (Swipes or Swats)
IndentIndent60701-0 Oscillation Of Arm Or Leg During Movement
IndentIndent60702-8 Reaches for Person or Object
IndentIndent60703-6 Total Observed Item Score {score}
Indent60690-5 Elicited Items
IndentIndent60704-4 Head Rotation Side to Side
IndentIndent60705-1 Head Control-Supported Sitting
IndentIndent60706-9 Head Control-Posterior Neck Muscles
IndentIndent60707-7 Head Control-Anterior Neck Muscles
IndentIndent60708-5 Head Control-Lowered from Sitting
IndentIndent60709-3 Inhibition of Neonatal Neck Righting (Right Side
IndentIndent60710-1 Inhibition of Neonatal Neck Righting (Left Side)
IndentIndent60711-9 Head in Midline without Visual Stimulation
IndentIndent60712-7 Head in Midline with Visual Stimulation
IndentIndent60713-5 Supine Neck Rotation (Right)
IndentIndent60714-3 Supine Neck Rotation (Left)
IndentIndent60715-0 Defensive Reaction-Head and Neck Response
IndentIndent60716-8 Defensive Reaction-Arm Movements
IndentIndent60717-6 Hip and Knee Flexion
IndentIndent60718-4 Rolling: Elicited from the Legs (Right)
IndentIndent60719-2 Rolling: Elicited from the Legs (Left)
IndentIndent60720-0 Rolling: Elicited from the Arms (Right)
IndentIndent60721-8 Rolling: Elicited from the Arms (Left)
IndentIndent60722-6 Pull to Sit
IndentIndent60723-4 Lateral Straightening of the Head and Body with Arm Support
IndentIndent60724-2 Lateral Hip Abduction Reaction
IndentIndent60725-9 Prone Suspension
IndentIndent60726-7 Head Lift in Prone
IndentIndent60727-5 Crawling
IndentIndent60728-3 Head Turn in Prone to Sound (Right)
IndentIndent60729-1 Head Turn in Prone to Sound (Left
IndentIndent60730-9 Standing
IndentIndent60731-7 Lateral Head Righting
IndentIndent60732-5 Lateral Head Righting
IndentIndent60734-1 Total Elicited Items Score {score}
IndentIndent60735-8 Total Raw Score {score}
Indent60688-9 Cover
IndentIndent60733-3 Notes
IndentIndent54125-0 Infant
IndentIndent30947-6 Test Date {mm/dd/yyyy}
IndentIndent21112-8 Birth Date {mm/dd/yyyy}
IndentIndent30525-0 Current Age Months a
IndentIndent30525-0 Current Age Days a
IndentIndent11778-8 E.D.D
IndentIndent21112-8 Birth Date 2 {mm/dd/yyyy}
IndentIndent61131-9 Months Preterm
IndentIndent61131-9 Days Preterm
IndentIndent61132-7 Adjusted Age Months d
IndentIndent61132-7 Adjusted Age Days d
IndentIndent61136-8 Time Test Begins
IndentIndent61137-6 Time Test Ends
IndentIndent61138-4 Tester
IndentIndent61133-5 Clinical Impression
IndentIndent61134-3 Environment
IndentIndentIndent61135-0 Other Environment

Fully-Specified Name

Component
Test of Infant Motor Performance Version 5.1
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Basic Attributes

Class
PANEL.TIMP
Type
Surveys
First Released
Version 2.34
Last Updated
Version 2.50
Panel Type
Panel

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