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Free Online NCLEX Review for the Complete Idiot. LVN/LPN. Pregnancy #2: Dilation, Contraction, Stages of Labor, Phases of Labor, Presumptive, Probable, Positive signs of pregnancy, FAS, etc.

Pregnanc. Intermediate Set. Maternity, Labor. Beginners. Dilation, Contraction, Stages of Labor, Phases of Labor, Presumptive, Probable, Positive signs of pregnancy, fetal alcohol syndrome, types of abortion, uterine contraction med (Oxytocin/Pitocin), RhoGAM, Primigravida, Nullipara, GTPAL. CA LVN NCLEX. LPN. This set is more in depth than the Beginner version of this set (topics are refined).
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The signs of fetal alcohol syndrome present within this many hour after birth:
24
In this type of abortion cervical dilation occurs:
Inevitable
In this type of abortion cervical dilation does not occur:
Threatened
This med promotes uterine contractions:
Oxytocin/Pitocin
This med is added to the IV soln after delivery of the placenta:
Oxytocin/Pitocin
This med is the most commonly used method for inducing labor after artificial rupture of the membranes:
Oxytocin/Pitocin
In this phase of labor that the patient's cervix dilates from 0-4 cm:
Latent
In this phase of labor that the patient is encourage to drink fluids to prevent dehydration:
Latent
In this phase of labor that the patient's cervix dilates from 4-8 cm:
Active
In this phase of labor that the patient's cervix dilates from 8-10 cm:
Transitional
One of the fours stages of labor. Effacement becomes complete and expulsion of the neonate begins:
First
One of the four stages of labor: Begins with dilation and complete cervical effacement and ends w/delivery:
Second
One of the four stages of labor: Begins after birth and ends w/delivery of the placenta:
Third
One of the four stages of labor: Begins w/expulsion of the placenta & ends w/postpartum stablization:
Fourth
These are the 3 phases of uterine contractions:
Increment, Decrement, Acme
This is the color of meconium:
Green/black. Thick too.
Within 72 hrs of giving birth, a woman w/Rh - blood gets this:
Rh (D) immune globulin/RhoGAM
Which gets suctioned first? A neonates nose or mouth?
Mouth
Presumptive, Probable, or Postive?: A HCG value of + in the blood or urine:
Probable
Presumptive, Probable, or Postive?: A fetal presense from an ultrasound:
Positive
Presumptive, Probable, or Postive?: Fetal movement:
Positive
Presumptive, Probable, or Postive?: Fetal heart tones:
Positive
Presumptive, Probable, or Postive?: Nausea & vomiting:
Presumptive
Presumptive, Probable, or Postive?: Breast tenderness:
Presumptive
This is the definition of pregnancy-induced hypertension:
Eclampsia
Pelvic inflammatory disease is a common complication of:
Gonorrhea
GTPAL This term refers to the # of times a woman has been pregnant (w/o reference to outcome):
Gravidity
GTPAL This term refers to the # of pregnancies (not the # of fetuses) that reached viability/20 weeks (regardless of whether the fetus was born alive):
Parity/Para
GTPAL This term means that a woman is/has been pregnant:
Gravida
GTPAL This term means that a woman has never been pregnant:
Nulligravida
GTPAL This term means that this is a woman's first pregnancy:
Primigravida
GTPAL This term means that a woman has not had a birth at more than 20 wks gestation:
Nullipara
In pregnancy, 'viability' refers to this:
A pregnancy that reaches 20 wks.
GTPAL This term means that a woman has had two or more pregnancies that resulted in viable offspring:
Multipara
GTPAL G/Gravidity refers to:
The # of pregnancies (including this one) w/o regard to outcome.
GTPAL T/Term births refers to:
The # of kids born at term (>37 wks).
GTPAL P/Preterm refers to:
The # of deliveries between 20-37 wks.
GTPAL A/Abortions. refers to:
The # of abortions & miscarriages (this is included in 'parity' if >20 wks)/The loss of a fetus before 20 wks.
GTPAL L/Live births refers to:
The # of offspring that are currently living.
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