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  1. Nutrition PP and Breastfeeding
  2. *Good Nutrition in Pregnancy
  3. Why care about weight?
  4. Preconception Care
  5. FAS: Sx
  1. a Lifetime medical cost of $5 million
    Sx:
    growth-deficiency
    CNS impairment of IQ, memory and attention
    impulsive behavior
    poor social relationships
    "looks just like mom or dad" (family hx)
  2. b Weight gain often correlates w/nutrients
    optimal: ongoing sustenance for fetus, not sporadic nutrition
    This can be an indicator of investment into pregnancy and future parenting!
  3. c Critical for health of mother and newborn
    Is often first indicator of attachment issues and other psychological and emotional problems
  4. d Everything that goes into you, goes into baby. Mostly need fluid (water), increasing about a quart a day above norm
  5. e weight loss
    exercise programs
    variatric surgery
    stabilization of known medical problems

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. increased infection rate r/t changes in glucose
    increased risk of thrombophlebitis and embolism
  2. cultural, social, personal and genetic expression
  3. 1 hr glucose challenge at FIRST prenatal visit
    If diabetes in found, goals are 70-95 fasting, <120 postprandial
    Diabetes education in 1st trimester is essential to decrease teratogenesis
    BP: appropriate cuff size, sitting
    US: appropriate dating and to ID anomalies
    Weight gain 15-25 lbs
    DVT risk: prophlylactic heparin/enoxaparin
    Anesthesia consult during 3rd trimester
  4. No change in:
    Thiamine
    Riboflavin
    Niacin

    Double B12 (careful with Vegans! They need extra!)
    folic acid need increases 50%
  5. Monitor closely for infection
    wound dehiscence: be careful w/staple removal
    hemorrhage
    DVTs
    Respectful care

5 True/False questions

  1. *Weight gain goals in pregnancy: normal BMIBMI of 18.5-24.9
    25-35 lbs

          

  2. NutritionPrg induces a pseudoanemia
    Use ferrous to supplement, not ferric
    30 mg/day
    looks like M&Ms--watch w/kids

          

  3. AlcoholPrg induces a pseudoanemia
    Use ferrous to supplement, not ferric
    30 mg/day
    looks like M&Ms--watch w/kids

          

  4. WaterImportant, flushes out pathogens
    Exact amount is unknown (watch urine color for dehydration unless on B vits)
    no more than 2 cups /day of herbal teas

          

  5. Other factors for weight gain besides BMINo change in:
    Thiamine
    Riboflavin
    Niacin

    Double B12 (careful with Vegans! They need extra!)
    folic acid need increases 50%