5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What position is a woman seated in during a NST?
- What is a Vibroacoustic Stimulation?
- What does the BPP evaluate?
- How can fetal death be confirmed by ultrasound?
- What should women who are Rh negative receive after CVS?
- a Reclining chair or semi-fowlers position with a slight left tilt to optimize uterine perfusion and avoid supine hypotension.
- b Fetal breathing movements, FMs, fetal tone, fetal heart rate, and patterns by means of a nonstress test and AFV>
- c Method for testing antepartum FHR sometimes in conjunction wiith NST.
- d Immune globulin to avoid isoimmunization.
- e Lack of heart motion, presence of fetal scalp edema, macreation; overlap of cranial bones.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Gestational hypertension or chronic, diabetes.
- Prenatal dx of genetic disorder or congenital anomalie, assessment of pulmonary maturity, and dx of fetal hemolytic disease.
- Hemorrhage, fetomaternal hemorrhage with possible matenral Rh isoimmunization, infection, labor, abruptio placentae, inadvertent damage to the intestines or bladder and amniotic fluid embolism.
- As early as 6 - 7 weeks by real time echo scanner and 10 - 12 by doppler mode.
- Lithotomy position or pelvis elevated by towels, cushions or a folded pillow.
5 True/False Questions
What are the leading causes of death in the neonatal period? → Disorders relating to short gestation, low birth weight, respiratory distress syndrome, effects of maternal complications, sudden infant death.
What is a transvaginal ultrasound used for? → First trimester to detect ectopic pregnancies, monitor for the developing embryo, help identify abnormalities, and help establish gestational age. Evaluate preterm labor in 2nd/3rd.
What are the factors associated with high risk childbearing? → Reactive - NST, Negative - CST.
What may blunt the acceleration and movement responses of a fetus in a NST? → Hypoxia, acidosis, drugs, fetal sleep, and congenital abnormalities.
What can a MRI evaluate? → <6.