MB final

  1. The primary cause of Infertility in PCOS
    (Polycystic Ovary syndrome - A hormonal disorder causing enlarged ovaries with small cysts on the outer edges.)

    Anovulation - a menstrual cycle during which the ovaries do not release an oocyte.
  2. Treatment of PCOS involves ovulation induction, which medication is most common?
    Clomiphene citrate
  3. Which of the following is NOT one of the three criteria used when diagnosing PCOS?
    Insulin resistance
  4. Which hormone works as a reliable marker of ovarian function and fertility and becomes undetectable after menopause?
    Anti-Mullerian Hormone
  5. What percentage of women are affected by PCOS?
    5% - 10%
  6. Which of the following is NOT a risk factor for AFE?
    Maternal age younger than 20 years (Rationale: Studies show Advanced maternal age is a risk factor for AFE)
  7. What is the priority nursing care when you suspect AFE?
    Maintain airway and circulation (Rationale: ABCs airway, breathing, circulation. Hypotension and hypoxia are s/s of AFE)
  8. Which of the following are signs and symptoms of AFE? Select all that apply
    • Hypoxia
    • Altered mental status
    • Problems with coagulation and excessive bleeding
  9. Your 35 year old patient, 36 weeks pregnant comes in for a check up and says, “I’ve heard that someone died recently from DIC and AFE, I’ve never heard of these, should I be worried?” Select the most appropriate response
    It is an extremely rare condition in which amniotic fluid enters the mother’s bloodstream and has an allergic-like reaction causing life-threatening complications. I will be glad to discuss any further concerns. (Rationale: Brief explanation of what AFE is with use of therapeutic communication and leaves an open dialogue for further discussion if needed.)
  10. Which of the following is true regarding nursing care for a patient with suspected AFE?
    Assessments and early interventions for correcting hypoxia, hypotension, and altered coagulopathy provide the best patient outcomes. (Rationale: Studies show improved outcomes when early intervention is performed)
  11. When a baby is laid down to sleep they should be placed on their:
  12. What is the suspected main cause of SIDS?
    Inability to arouse when carbon dioxide level rises in the blood.
  13. What is a risk factor of SIDS?
    Exposure to secondhand smoke
  14. What is one way to prevent SIDS?
    Using a pacifier at bedtime
  15. What is one of the adverse effects of back sleeping?
    Plagiocephaly - A flat spot on a baby's head.
  16. The physician uses the Plastibell method to circumcise your baby boy. In order to care for your baby, you should:
    Plastibell requires no aftercare.
  17. Circumcision is recommended by the AAP for which of the following reasons:
    It reduces the risk of penile cancer.
  18. The most common complication of circumcision is:
  19. What is the most commonly used form of circumcision?
    Gomco clamp method
  20. Since 1960 circumcision rates have:
    Decreased from 83% to only 77%.
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