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5 Matching questions

  1. Leopold's Maneuvers
  2. Station
  3. Information obtained during a Vaginal Exam
  4. 3rd Stage of Labor
  5. Acme
  1. a labor progress, cervical dialation, status of fetal membrane, palpation of presenting part for position and fetal descent
  2. b Pacenta stage- period from birth of baby through birth of placenta
    -placenta separates from uterine wall by uterine contractions and intra-abdominal pressure
  3. c 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
  4. d position of baby's head in relation to the ischial spine.
    neg # is higher, pos # is lower(closer to coming out). 0 is even with spine
  5. e peak of a contraction

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. spontaneous rupture of membrane
    artificial rupture of membrane
    -assess time of rupture, amount, color and odor
    -possible infection, meconium in amniotic fluid
  2. the time between the beginning of one contraction and the beginning of the next
  3. effects of fetus settling in the pelvis
  4. irregular intermittant contractions, false labor, eventually goes away
  5. the strength of the contraction during acme

5 True/False questions

  1. 1st Stage of LaborPacenta stage- period from birth of baby through birth of placenta
    -placenta separates from uterine wall by uterine contractions and intra-abdominal pressure

          

  2. Bloody Showspontaneous rupture of membrane
    artificial rupture of membrane
    -assess time of rupture, amount, color and odor
    -possible infection, meconium in amniotic fluid

          

  3. When does menstrual period resumeExpulsive 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

          

  4. Engagementthe building of a contraction

          

  5. "BUBBLE" Assessmentwhen the largest diameter of the presenting part reaches or pass thru the pelvic inlet

          

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