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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Frequency
  2. Types of pelvis adequate for vaginal delivery
  3. Duration
  4. Fetal position
  5. Nutritional requirements of a breastfeeding mom
  1. a relationship between a designated landmark on the presenting fetal part and the front, side or back of maternal pelvis
  2. b gynecoid and anthropoid
    others are not: android-slow descent into pelvis
    plattypeloid-difficult descent thru midpelvis, head engages in transverse position
  3. c the time between the beginning of one contraction and the beginning of the next
  4. d measuring the contraction beginning to end
  5. e Extra 300-500 calories, total of 2500-3000 cal.
    -protein-62-65g
    -8-10 glasses of water
    -calcium-1000-1200mg

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. lightening, braxton hicks contraction, cervical changes, bloody show, rupture of membranes, increase energy levels, wt loss, diarrhea, nausea, vomitting
  2. the relation of the fetal parts to one another
  3. determined by fetal lie and by body part of the fetus that enters pelvic passage first
  4. effects of fetus settling in the pelvis
  5. pinkish tinged snot like mucus that slides out, a positive sign of labor

5 True/False questions

  1. Braxton Hicks contractionsdetermined by fetal lie and by body part of the fetus that enters pelvic passage first

          

  2. Stationposition of baby's head in relation to the ischial spine.
    neg # is higher, pos # is lower(closer to coming out). 0 is even with spine

          

  3. Stationthe relationship of the presenting part to an imaginary line drawn between the ischial spines of maternal pelvis.
    -recorded in cm above (neg #) or below (pos #) in relationship to ischial spines

          

  4. "BUBBLE" Assessmentwhen the largest diameter of the presenting part reaches or pass thru the pelvic inlet

          

  5. Acmeposition of baby's head in relation to the ischial spine.
    neg # is higher, pos # is lower(closer to coming out). 0 is even with spine