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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. what is involution
  2. what is duncan presentation
  3. what are the 2 presentaions of the placenta
  4. what is prolapsed cord
  5. what is longitudinal lie
  1. a cord presenting before fetal head
  2. b dull side of placenta, maternal side, excessive bleeding more likely with this type of placental presentation bonding and involution occurs
  3. c reproductive organs return to their normal prepregnant size
  4. d up and down and is normal
  5. e schultz and duncan

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. latent- cervix 0-4cm, active cervix is 4-8cm, transitional-cervix is 8-10cm
  2. it extends from the time the newborn is delivered until placenta and membranes are expelled
  3. a vaginal discharge that occurs follwing delivery
  4. asceptic conditions, coaching the client, episostomy (incision in the perineum)
  5. contraction eases until resting states is achieved

5 True/False questions

  1. what is the neonatal nursing care during stage IIcheck for muchal cord, nose and mouth suctioned with a bulb syringe, baby handed to mother immediately before the umbilical cord is clamped

          

  2. what is stage Iit extends from the time the newborn is delivered until placenta and membranes are expelled

          

  3. what should you document about rupture membranestime, method of rupture, color of fluid, fetal heart rate, practitioner assess for possibility of prolapsed cord.

          

  4. what is AROMcontaction is at its full intensity

          

  5. what decision should the mom make during stage Ibright red bleeding and the pt should never be examined vaginally until US rules out placenta previa

          

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