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  1. what is muchal cord
  2. what is some nursing care considerations during stage IV
  3. what are the characteristics of true labor
  4. what is station
  5. what should be reported during stage I
  1. a rhythmic contactions back to abdomen, interval gradually decreases, intensity and duration increase, cervical changes
  2. b level of descent of feteal presenting part. Relationship of fetal presenting part to the level of the ischial spines of mom's pelvic bones
  3. c observation of VS, fundus, perineum, lochia
  4. d bright red bleeding and the pt should never be examined vaginally until US rules out placenta previa
  5. e loops of umbilical cord that may have become wrapped around a babys neck during delivery

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. in primpara-usually occurs 2-3 weeks before labor, in mulipara it may not occur until labor begins
  2. lightening, braxton hicks contraction, show
  3. begins with complete cervical efacement and dilation, pushing. Ends with expulsion of fetus.
  4. it extends from the time the newborn is delivered until placenta and membranes are expelled
  5. artifical rupture of membranes

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  1. what is late decelrationbegins late in the contraction and the fetal heart reate recovers after the contraction ends

          

  2. what is some nursing care considerations during stage Iphysical and emotional support, comfort, nutrition, hydration, empty bladder frequently

          

  3. what is prolapsed cordcord presenting before fetal head

          

  4. What is lieposition of the fetal spinal cord compared to mom's

          

  5. what is cephalic or vertex presentationit is the shiny side of the placenta (the fetal side)

          

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