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  1. When does menstrual period resume
  2. "BUBBLE" Assessment
  3. Rhogam
  4. Leopold's Maneuvers
  5. Bloody Show
  1. a Breasts-observe size, shape reddened areas, nipples
    Uterus-fundus-firmness and relationship to umbilicus
    Bladder-distension, odor, color, burning of urine
    Bowel-auscultate for bowel sounds, bm habits
    Lochia- color, amt, odor, clots (size of)
    Episiotomy/abdominal incision-redness, edema, bruising,approximation, hemorrhoids, bleeding, signs of infection
  2. b an IM injection given to mothers who have babies that have opposite Rh factor than themselves.
    -it's an immune gamma gobulin given to mother to prevent antibodies from fighting against antegens of baby
  3. c pinkish tinged snot like mucus that slides out, a positive sign of labor
  4. d breastfeeding does delay it but does not keep it from happening
    -if bottle feeding period can come around 6 weeks with ovulation happening before that
  5. e systematic approach to determine fetal position and presentation
    -first- palpating abdomen-upper-head or buttocks
    -second-determining head or buttucks occupies fundus
    -3rd-determines fetal part just above the pelvic outlet
    -4th-palpating lower abdomen, locating cephaliac prominence or brow of fetus

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Taking In-excited and eager to talk about experience,overwhelmed by exhaustion,dependent on others
    Taking Hold-seeks positive feedback about caregiving skills, goes between nurturing needs and resuming independence
    Letting Go-reorganizes household tasks and schedule,less dependent of others,more comfortable with new role as mother
  2. letting up of a contraction
  3. fear, anxiety, anticipation, excitement, joy, birth fantasies, social support
  4. the time between the beginning of one contraction and the beginning of the next
  5. the relation of the fetal parts to one another

5 True/False Questions

  1. 3rd Stage of LaborExpulsive stage- cervix 100% effaced and 10cm dialated to birth of baby.
    -involves postional changes of baby (descent, internal rotation, extension, external rotation, and expulsion)
    -uterine contractions and intra-abdominal pressure help expel baby
    -episiotomy/laceration/tear possible

          

  2. Why is Pitocin given after deliveryPacenta stage- period from birth of baby through birth of placenta
    -placenta separates from uterine wall by uterine contractions and intra-abdominal pressure

          

  3. Nutritional requirements of a breastfeeding mom1)Nipple stimulation/emotional response to the infant occurs
    2)hypothalamus triggers release of oxytocin by the posterior pituatary gland
    3)Myoepithelial cells surrounding the acini(alveoli)cells contract
    4)Milk is ejected into the lactiferous sinuses
    5)Milk is available through nipple openings

          

  4. 3 Phases of 1st Stage of LaborDilating stage-period from first true labor contraction to complete dilation of cervix

          

  5. Engagementwhen the largest diameter of the presenting part reaches or pass thru the pelvic inlet

          

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