1. umbilical cord compression occurs if the cord becomes wrapped around the baby’s neck or if it is positioned between the baby’s head and the mother’s pelvic bone

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  2. vitamin K is administered to a newborn because vitamin K does not cross the placental barrier leaving the baby deficient in vitamin K.

  3. Post-cesarean delivery the nurse must assess the incision site, respiratory status, and abdominal status.

  4. Post-vaginal delivery the nurse must assess the client’s anus, spinal cord, and respiratory status.

  5. Opthalmia neonatorum is also referred to as “baby pink eye.”

  6. Which complication can occur DURING pregnancy are:
    • hyperemesis gravidum
    • abruptio placenta
    • placenta previa
  7. Artificial Insemination is a simple procedure that can be performed under two techniques. The two techniques of Artificial Insemination are:
    • Intracervical Insemination
    • Intrauterine Insemination
  8. How much blood loss is expected when the placenta is delivered?
    250 mL to 500 mL
  9. Which signs and symptoms are associated with chronic hypertension during pregnancy? (SELECT ALL QUESTION)
    • headaches
    • edema
    • disturbed sleep
    • eye problems such as blurred vision
    • diminished urinary output.
  10. A 35 year old client has just been diagnosed with abruption placenta. The nurse will inform the client to:
    * get as much bed rest as possible
  11. Invitro Insemination is the process of:.
    Combining the egg and sperm while providing an appropriate environment for fertilization and early embryo growth
  12. The hepatitis B vaccine is given to a newborn to:
    provide passive immunity to the newborn until the baby is able to develop antibodies.
  13. The process of umbilical cord care is to:
    * promote healing and prevent infection.
  14. The treatment for opthalmia neonatorum is:
    * erythromycin and tetracycline
  15. Opthalmia neonatorum possible causes include:*
    genital herpes and Chlamydia
  16. amniocentesis is:
    * prenatal testing of a small amount of amniotic fluid withdrawn from the uterus by a fine needle
  17. Amniocentesis is usually scheduled between*
    the 15th and 18th week of pregnancy
  18. Amniocentesis accuracy is approximately:
  19. The following are phases in Stage 1: Contractions and Dilations
    Latent phase, Active phase, Transition phase
  20. Which signs and symptoms are associated with chronic hypertension during pregnancy?
    edema, headaches, disturbed sleep
  21. The following techniques can be used to manage postpartum hemorrhage:
    • manual massage of the uterus;
    • removal of placental pieces left in the uterus;
    • packing uterus with sterile sponges;
    • to tie the bleeding blood vessel
  22. APGAR testing is performed at 2 different time intervals. What are the two intervals and when is it performed:

    Before delivery
    During delivery
    After delivery

    #1 APGAR testing performed at:
    #2 APGAR testing performed at:
    after delivery

    • #1= 1 min
    • #2 = 5 min
  23. List 3 birth defects that amniocentesis can detect:
    • down syndrome
    • tay sachs
    • muscular dystrophy
  24. The APGAR acronym
    • activity
    • pulse
    • grimace
    • appearance
    • respiration
  25. List five steps of the Invitro Fertilization process:
    • monitor for healthy eggs
    • collect eggs
    • collect sperm
    • combine eggs and sperm
    • manually insert sperm and eggs into uterus
  26. lochia measurements
    • scant
    • small
    • moderate
    • large
  27. episiotomy incisions
    • midline
    • mediolateral
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