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OB FinalKnow what your patient is there for before you enter the roomDiabetesHeavy babyImmature lung developmentInsulin need will drop down after the delivery of the placentaRisk for PPHType 2 diabetes (larger baby)1 trimester1-122 trimester13-263 trimester27-birthGD informationKeep a snack on youFasting and 2 hr after every mealExercise don’t exercise in hot whetherContinue exercisingWhat to be ready for birthing mother with GDShoulder dystociaShoulder dystociaMcRoberts positionSuprapubic pressure to dislodge the shoulderPelvis is too smallHave a stool readyThe baby will have crepitus/ cracking in clavicle, no movement of the armMcRoberts positionsLay flat and knees out and to chest
Magnesium sulfatePreeclampsiaSeizure precautionsSide effects- mag tox, hypotensionPreterm laborNuero pretectiveYoung momUS to make sure that the baby is not going to be too big for the pelvisIUGRHappens with placental growth insufficiencyMom can cause it by smoking, drugs, preeclamptic, nutritionFundal height measures smallerNo problems just littleMacrosomicLarge babyMicrosomicSmall babyHypoglycemic babyJitteriness

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Obstetrics, small baby

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