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obstetric correct answers to stand opposite (midwife or obstetrician) placenta correct answers organ that provides nutrients to baby fraternal correct answers twins that arise from two ovums cephalic correct answers head first birth presentation oxytocin correct answers hormone that stim...

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A woman who has never been pregnant correct answers Nullgravida A woman who has been pregnant correct answers Gravida A woman who has never delivered a child; if she has been pregnant it failed to progress beyond the stage of abortion (ie may have been pregnant) correct answers Nullipara A ...

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Most common bacterial infection in pregnancy? correct answers UTI UTI screening with pregnancy? correct answers clean catch C&S at first prenatal visit (12-16 weeks gestation) Most common causative of UTIs in pregnancy? correct answers E Coli 3 types of UTIs in pregnancy? correct answers 1....

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Presumptive vs. Confirmatory Tests of pregnancy correct answers presumptive- serum B-hCG and cessation of menses confirmatory- fetal heart tones and transvaginal sonography Hegar's sign correct answers softening and compressibility of lower uterus Chadwick's sign correct answers Bluish pu...

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Acrocyanosis. correct answers Cyanosis of the hands and feet of the baby, common after birth, and due to peripheral vasoconstriction. Active management of labour. correct answers The concept of active management of labour was first implemented by O'Driscoll and colleagues at the National Materni...

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Operative Obstetrics correct answers Any special procedure used to assist labor and delivery Episiotomy correct answers Incision in the perineum that enlarges the vaginal opening 1) Midline 2) Mediolateral Lacerations correct answers Occur when speed of delivery prevents stretching of tissue...

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What percentage of ectopic pregnancies occur in the Fallopian tubes correct answers 95% In the second trimester of pregnancy, haemoglobin levels usually correct answers Decrease In WA it is legal for a therapeutic abortion to be performed up to correct answers 20 weeks A 32yr old is sufferi...

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A pregnancy-related complication of unknown cause that is characterized by high blood pressure (when pre-pregnancy BP's were normal) and signs of damage to other organ systems such as the kidneys, leading to a condition known as proteinuria. Usually begins after 20 weeks of pregnancy and if left un...

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1st trimester weeks correct answers Start of week 1 to end of week 12. 2nd trimester weeks correct answers Start of week 13 to end of week 27. 3rd trimester weeks correct answers Start of week 28 till delivery. Things to ask about current pregnancy correct answers Name, age, occupation. Re...

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