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  1. 3rd Stage of Labor
  2. "BUBBLE" Assessment
  3. Factors that affect psychologic response to labor
  4. Leopold's Maneuvers
  5. Premonitory or prodromal signs of labor
  1. a systematic approach to determine fetal position and presentation
    -first- palpating abdomen-upper-head or buttocks
    -second-determining head or buttucks occupies fundus
    -3rd-determines fetal part just above the pelvic outlet
    -4th-palpating lower abdomen, locating cephaliac prominence or brow of fetus
  2. b Pacenta stage- period from birth of baby through birth of placenta
    -placenta separates from uterine wall by uterine contractions and intra-abdominal pressure
  3. c fear, anxiety, anticipation, excitement, joy, birth fantasies, social support
  4. d lightening, braxton hicks contraction, cervical changes, bloody show, rupture of membranes, increase energy levels, wt loss, diarrhea, nausea, vomitting
  5. e Breasts-observe size, shape reddened areas, nipples
    Uterus-fundus-firmness and relationship to umbilicus
    Bladder-distension, odor, color, burning of urine
    Bowel-auscultate for bowel sounds, bm habits
    Lochia- color, amt, odor, clots (size of)
    Episiotomy/abdominal incision-redness, edema, bruising,approximation, hemorrhoids, bleeding, signs of infection

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. peak of a contraction
  2. the strength of the contraction during acme
  3. Extra 300-500 calories, total of 2500-3000 cal.
    -protein-62-65g
    -8-10 glasses of water
    -calcium-1000-1200mg
  4. the time between the beginning of one contraction and the beginning of the next
  5. effects of fetus settling in the pelvis

5 True/False questions

  1. SROM and AROMspontaneous rupture of membrane
    artificial rupture of membrane
    -assess time of rupture, amount, color and odor
    -possible infection, meconium in amniotic fluid

          

  2. Incrementletting up of a contraction

          

  3. 3 Phases of behavior of new motherLatent phase-0-3 cm dialated
    Active phase- 4-7cm
    Transition phase- 8-10cm dialated

          

  4. 2nd Stage of LaborExpulsive stage- cervix 100% effaced and 10cm dialated to birth of baby.
    -involves postional changes of baby (descent, internal rotation, extension, external rotation, and expulsion)
    -uterine contractions and intra-abdominal pressure help expel baby
    -episiotomy/laceration/tear possible

          

  5. 1st Stage of LaborExpulsive stage- cervix 100% effaced and 10cm dialated to birth of baby.
    -involves postional changes of baby (descent, internal rotation, extension, external rotation, and expulsion)
    -uterine contractions and intra-abdominal pressure help expel baby
    -episiotomy/laceration/tear possible