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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. what is station -5
  2. what is muchal cord
  3. what should be reported during stage I
  4. what is late decelration
  5. what could it mean if the fundus is rising
  1. a bright red bleeding and the pt should never be examined vaginally until US rules out placenta previa
  2. b begins late in the contraction and the fetal heart reate recovers after the contraction ends
  3. c uterine hemorrhage
  4. d loops of umbilical cord that may have become wrapped around a babys neck during delivery
  5. e floating

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. it is the first 1-4 hours following expulsion of the placenta
  2. lightening, braxton hicks contraction, show
  3. it is the shiny side of the placenta (the fetal side)
  4. it extends from the time the newborn is delivered until placenta and membranes are expelled
  5. contraction eases until resting states is achieved

5 True/False questions

  1. how often does spontaneous rupture of the membranes occur25%

          

  2. what are the characteristics of true laborcontractions are felt low in the abdomen, they are irregular with no increase in intesnsity, no cervical changes or bloody show

          

  3. what is acmecontaction is at its full intensity

          

  4. what can happen to the fetal heart rate at anytime during or after contractionsvariable deceleration

          

  5. what are the characteristics of false laborcontractions are felt low in the abdomen, they are irregular with no increase in intesnsity, no cervical changes or bloody show