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FSN310 s06 quizes for the sem - SMART START QUIZ 9)EPWS 1...

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Unformatted text preview: SMART START QUIZ , 9} ()EPWS 1. Your babies heart is beating b- months 3 months (circle one) 2. Maternal and infant health is greatly influenced by a. fetal monitoring b. ultrasound 3. What exercises are good for stretching the perineum? 'D-l/ln 1 NM 4. Effaceinent is the 0%ng up of the cervix? True 0 5. The first secretion from the mothers breast is vernix .u . 1| meconium 6. The placenta cts as a barrier to dangerous substances dmits most substances inhaled or ingested by the mother 0. does not allow anything to pass from mother to the baby . t l A 7. The key to comfort during first stage of labor is Ci bliflm erJ bcé‘ EA W y C (QM/10h X 8. The average length of active labor for first time mothers is 12 hours. True or a A( a“ . _,. \{D‘ 9. The contractions of pre-term labor are sometimes confused with E! {43:13 to b {X coiiivtractions O L>gxgrcf§§$pr +614, Pitta-Win, 10. Involution is the process If the uterus returning to its pre pregnant size r False 11. An average size normal healthy pregnant woman eating "properly" usually will gain 3.3 ‘ 35 pounds. 12. Pregnant women need how many grams of protein a day? 25 50-60 100—125 150 13. There is 3 stages of labor .cr False 14. What exercise is good for backache? PE‘ (21 (‘ VOt é; a (Vf/ M 15. The kegle muscle supports your a. bladder b. baby c. bowels @4111 of the above 1E3} :iitrttiht: (Cronnnupain‘iintgg; the Miicdlt/tn‘ilftetoy/iHioinnielbiiurltlht i\\/ll<oxdl<ell with itihite Obstetric Mloxdlell 0 Social Event . Normal part of a woman‘s life - Birth is work by the woman and her family 0 Woman is a person passing through major life change I L___.._____________u._._.m————-—w——~———+-—~ - Home or familiar surroundings , cProtocols respect a broad range of normal 0 Either in the home or nearby - With other women (family, friends) - Continuity of care (same caregivers through entire labor, birth. and postpartum period) 0 Woman free to change position and move about [H Caregivers: mesupport they) give during labor W - Usuaiiy older and more experienced women who have experienced birth themselves - See birth as holistic process (care of the whole person) . Shared decision-making between caregivers and woman giving birth - Equal relationship - Information shared - Personal caring-longer, more frequent. and in-depth prenatal visits - Often strong emotionat support . Verbal and non-verbal encouragement - Familiar language and imagery used ° Empathy - Cultural awareness and sensitivity 0 Awareness of spiritual significance of birth - Believes in integrity of birth, uses technology it appropriate and proven - Skills to preserve the physiological process of labor - Usually intervention—free - Comfort skills - Limited resources to handle complicated obstructed labor l" Safety - All studies have proven that homebirth/midwifery care is safer than hospital birth for low risk, healthy mothers and babies - Potentially pathological process ° illness - Birth is work of medical professionals - Woman is a patient I The setting for birth - Hospital; territory alien to woman - Strict adherence to hospital policies and procedures e May be distant from home - Woman is often separated from those close to her - No continuity of care (staff changes. possible moving from one room to another) - Woman may not be free to change position and move about - May be young women who have never given birth: under the direction of male obstetricians - Trained to focus on medical aspects of birth - Can be authoritarian and leaves parents out of decision making process - Dominant—subordinate relationship - Information often not fully shared (informed consent) - Care depersonalized - - Little emotional support - Frequent lack of communication - Use of medical language - Often resort to commanding, scolding, warning - Little cultural awareness of rituals, beliefs, social values - Spiritual aspects of birth ignored or belittled - Values technology, often without proof that it improves birth outcomes Technique-s used W ' No skills to preserve the physiological progress of labor . Obstetric intervention - Drugs for pain relief 0 Skills and resources to handle complicated and obstructed labor - Not one study has ever proven that hospitai births are safer than home \‘Mso - “ ~- \ Gollnick, F 310 ame. . . . . Fall 2005 Quiz # 4 (20 points) 2. (6) What is the recommended proportion (%) of carbohydrates, fat, and protein for women with gestational diabetes? b) Based on those; calculate the GRAMS needed for EACH macronutrient in a 2200—calorie diet plan. 5‘ r b- - / are :r‘ / \ 7m 0 mmwzamomm 3. (2) Women With an initial blood sugar level > O - are given a second test in order to determine if they have gestation 'abetes. 4. (2) Your sister is experiencing morning sickness and asks for your help. What 2 suggestions can you ‘ve her at yo have learned 1n class? a. ' O I [an ’ I | ‘ r€ l‘l' b. Marga)! . 55‘3“! TM it It . (2) To have a medical diagnosis of fetal alcohol syndrome, 4 criteria must be lemons present. What would 2 of their-4 criteria be? ' a. . “L ) The most common effect of prenatal alcohol exposure is: a. Liver damage Brain damage Facial deformities .Physical deformities c. All of the above 2?? (2) Describe the action of the 2 hormones released by the pituitary that help regulate breastfeeding (what are their names and what does each one do?) a. ,7/ b. W80 A WW6, . Gollnick, FSN 3 0 Nan'm' Fall 2005 Quiz #1 (20 points) 9 1. 2) Two symptoms of PMS might be: a. b. Degreggm ______.._.___.._._. a 2. 4) Name two treatments that might be used. to help with PMS. a. ‘ b. 6 I 3. 6) Use the diagram to answer the following questions. a) write in the names of the 2 hormones secreted by the PITUITARY gland (line a) and ,using lines, show how they change over the course of a woman’s cycle; b) label the perpendicular lines with the time frame things occur (1 = , etc.) ; c) identify the names-of the 2 hormones secreted by the corpus luteum on line ° 4. 2) The most severe form of preFmenstrual syndrome (PMS) is 0 led: me _ :‘JOVW Ply/DD her: 9 0 5. 4) Define: \ VS? _ _ . L a. Endometrium: ’ ' a ”nf "'- . ;, - _ _. " .. TQLIM L . ~ . 09' (AW k<5 b. Fertility. . _ /‘x/ -c. Puberty: V pew.) ' _ ' {3200(3)ng 43/" in bill? ‘ d. Infertility: 1.; . . . , (If a (fear I)? bk (o’tfic . I” b 6. 2) In order to be diagnosed with PMS) 4 criteria must be met. What are 2 of these criteria? . . a. Mag hm at [igff gnfiggwgtca/gwpé \‘t «WV/0Q FSN 3 10; llnick Winter Quarter 2006 rmmmmWIuLWh mmuu hum}. ' mm m hero/w. 3. (2) What is one. benefit of e‘xercisin during pregnancy? a . 4. (8) Mary is a Hispanic woman who became pregnant for the first time at the age of- 38 after trying for 5 years. Mary is 5’4” (64”) and weighed 180 pounds (82 kg) at her 19th week check up with the obstetrician. Now, at 22 weeks, she weighs 200 pounds (91 kg), has proteinuria, is experiencing severe headaches, abdominal pain and nausea, and extreme sensitivity to light. On the day of her check up, her blood pressure was 150/1 10 mm Hg, and her blood sugar was 100 mg. Her 24-hour diet history includes a bagel with cream cheese washed down with 16 ounces of kool-aid; a Big Mac, large order of fries, and a 32 ounce cola at McDonald’s for lunch, and a Taco Supreme from Taco Bell for dinner. 7 a. What is Mary’s BMI? 5S1. ,3 El 5 , . b. How much weight should she gain based on her pine-pregnancy BMI?__ ‘ /‘\7/ M—_—_\9’ d c. What one condition you learned about ' class do you think Mary is - suffering from? Q2 d. What are at least 2 risk factors she has that would lead you to believe $2 -.,\ Name; _ H 1-H ‘ Quiz2 :20 points - - l. (4) What are 4 factors related {to infertility in women? - FSN 310: Fall 2 05 S. Gollnick, MS, 2. (2) Natality means: ' _ -‘ - a. Related to pr ancy . ‘ , , .‘ ' ‘ _ . @Related to - 4 - 4 ‘ ‘ w 0. Infant death " ‘ - _, ' (1. Infant illness . ' ' / ' “*eT'fi‘baby is born on “time” - / , 3. (6) A 35—year old woman wants to become pregnant. She has been taking birth control pills for 15 years and' is about 20 pounds overweight with a BMI of 28 She is a vegetarian and currently does not take any vitamins. She also lives in a one—room studio with her boyfriend and their cat, and has not seen a doctor reocntly She hask‘aflpart -ti_me job at Jack in the Box and her boyfriend 18 currently unemplo 0.55mi a. Do you.“ think she will have a hard time getting pregnant? Explain youranswer" ‘5‘; In" 4' . 1; 1 x f or- n w _ ’I h“ L I.’-z2_‘_. n f A: f. 41.11 1.. I ._' LI) ‘. " Ell-w ' W i ' ‘ 1'11““ ill/Id. b. What kind of N TR N related advice would you give. her? Please 3‘ M3“ ‘5' be specific and address at least THREE important nutrients, includingfi-j} fig amo ts that she should be aware of. WW .r‘h .IM’ ' . ‘AI. lab ‘ | MW .11 s..- .. fins-fr):- c. What else do you thinki importan for this wo' - to think abo t ‘ regarding pregnancy? l'r - '14.. L.,- : l . ' 02.3.4 1 $1-1M 5: a..* a. 4 ‘ I. an Inn: . +4+l~§b ‘S‘ LL- ' ' m iv amoucah W1 about: 9mm ’.L vy— - 'olg' 3 . ~ . 4. (2) Hemodilution of nutrients occurs during pre£h§i§fi£agj ' - - 4! him . awn aren’t. .et ‘ .- =_ nutrients as they did before pregnancy at iron l " uc may; are filtering nutrients out and then excreting them cchalLof the above _ - ' Mdfl'hl \ I’ \ dollniek, '- ' : . Fall 2005 _ ' Quiz3 [20 figures] 1. mthe 2 good food sources offolate. . =. ,. , . ' ‘ 4. (2} What suggestion (need 2) could you give to a pregnant Woman that had these side effects, while ensuring that she was still getting enough iron in her diet? . _ (/00 u.) 5-. (2} During pregnancy, as the ciose of iron 8.. decreases, inc rzases ‘ I ._ i _ - _ '- -‘* increases, de aSes c. doubles triple-,3 d.- triples, doubles e. none of the above 6. ((4) P'reeclainpsia usually occurs after- the £04“ Week of Eclampsia 18 defined as \ 7. _(4) Namgfimngs that would be considered risk factors for pregnant women and increase the chances of her devel a ,-,_ preeclampsia during pregnancy? . 6 Si _ _ A g «5., ~ A Lit: d. ‘13’ ‘ .>h g - . - 1‘ .8. ,(2) What kind of nutritional recommendations could be made for someone at ‘ risk for developin- preeclampsia? (Need 2) . ' - - ‘ A - 1‘ ans." _r\ loan a}, . 4 MW.“ u. - 4W /t C ‘3'. ‘ ,..y‘.4~ ' ‘ \W 4 - ' lqum , Gollnick, FSN 310 Name: | Winter 2006 " uiz#3 20 ints 1. (2) Give anexam le of an abs§31ute co traindica 'on to breastfeeding. a. (“Qtfififl (“134%. (2C QQQQHLLE . 2. (2) Diagnosis of fetal alcohol syndrome includes specific criteria; which of the following would NOT be considered one of those criteria. g Central nervous system dysfunction , Neurological problems Specific facial characteristics d. Low birth weight Documentation that th other drank alcohol 3. (2) Two reasons a woman might decide to use infant formula rather than breastfeed are'a. ' A": L Of'mel 4. (2) The first milk secreted is called important because it is rich in 5. (4) List 2 benefits of breastfee ' g for a mother an- 2 nefits fo a baby. a. IS an I Inert; :6 i 00 ar"; ) b. to WWW/C , "b”! r I?“ c. ': 'ti a e, / TD rrc- I M d. 5.2ch) L‘ .4 US ' d. 6. (4) Name and briefly discuss the function of the 2 hormones released from the pituitary gland that help establish milk supply. 7. (2) When a woman has a hard red lump on her breast, she may be experiencing a _ Mild—M; vyhen it becomes an infection, it is , \ called WW «(Q (2) Infant fo ulas are categorized by the source and form of found in the formula. a. Fat b. Protein / 9/ c Carbohydrate All of the above A and c only ...
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