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5 Matching questions

  1. cardinal movement of labor is a sort of ________ effect
  2. after the cervix dilates to 4cm it averages dilating 1 cm every
  3. Vaginal drainage consisting of mainly blood, happens during 4th stage
  4. 3rd stage of labor
  5. Transition phase
  1. a corkscrew (twisting of the fetus as he comes thru the birth canal
  2. b Placental stage
  3. c Lochia rubra
  4. d -dilated 8-10cm
    -shortest, most intense and unpredictable phase
    -Labor nurse prepares for delivery, nurse shouldn't leave bedside
    -Baby is fully descended into the pelvic cavity
    -At 10cm you've completed the 1st stage
  5. e 1 hour

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Thinning (effacement) and opening (dilation) of the cervix
  2. ...
  3. Engagement
  4. The heart speeds up at the beginning of a contraction
  5. braxton hicks contractions

5 True/False questions

  1. The mother shouldn't eat a large meal before delivery due to _______ that could occur to the newbornrebound hypoglycemia

          

  2. 4th stage of pregnancy-Immediate postpartum
    -from time baby is delivered till end of first hour
    -nurse does frequent assessments for bleeding & vital signs q15 minutes.
    -nurse promotes bonding

          

  3. True labor signsLightning or Dropping, bloody show, sudden burst of energy referred to as "nesting"

          

  4. Active phase-dilated 4-7 cm
    -contractions more intense
    -baby moves further down

          

  5. Duncan side ismaternal side