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5 Matching questions

  1. Information obtained during a Vaginal Exam
  2. Station
  3. Premonitory or prodromal signs of labor
  4. 1st Stage of Labor
  5. Factors that affect psychologic response to labor
  1. a 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
  2. b labor progress, cervical dialation, status of fetal membrane, palpation of presenting part for position and fetal descent
  3. c fear, anxiety, anticipation, excitement, joy, birth fantasies, social support
  4. d Dilating stage-period from first true labor contraction to complete dilation of cervix
  5. e lightening, braxton hicks contraction, cervical changes, bloody show, rupture of membranes, increase energy levels, wt loss, diarrhea, nausea, vomitting

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. effacement and dialation of cervix, through uterine contractions
  2. peak of a contraction
  3. Extra 300-500 calories, total of 2500-3000 cal.
    -protein-62-65g
    -8-10 glasses of water
    -calcium-1000-1200mg
  4. the time between the beginning of one contraction and the beginning of the next
  5. the relationship of the cephalocaudal (spinal column) axis of the fetus to the cephalocaudal axis of the mother

5 True/False questions

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

          

  2. Leopold's ManeuversIron is stored in the baby and does not require supplements for 3-6 months

          

  3. Why is Pitocin given after deliveryDilating stage-period from first true labor contraction to complete dilation of cervix

          

  4. Durationmeasuring the contraction beginning to end

          

  5. Decrementthe building of a contraction

          

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