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Subject: Obstetrics and Pediatric emergencies Final practical exam: Viva questions 1. Perform ----------------------------- to determine felt position and the location of the fetal back a. Leopold maneuvers b. Suprapubic pressure c. Woods screw maneuver d. McRoberts maneuver 2. Lying on the back, with the hips and knees flexed, thighs apart and the legs supported in stirrups denotes: a. Trendlenberg b. Lithotomy c. Left lateral d. Right lateral 3. ----------------------------------------- should be given at the time of uterine contractions but it should not be excessive a. Traction b. Episiotomy c. Vaccum d. Forceps 4. A large ------------------------ should be given when the head is at the vulva. Initially the pull should be downwards, and then gradually upwards and out as the head passes out of the vulva a. Forceps b. Vaccum c. Episiotomy d. Traction 5. Use ------------------------------------ urine sample for urine pregnancy test (Answer: Midstream urine) 6. After correct placement of the cup is confirmed, vacuum pressure should be raised to 100 to 150 mmHg to maintain the cup's position. (True/False) ----------------- (Answer: True) 7.
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  • Fall '17
  • Obstetrics, Fetal heart rate, urine pregnancy test, Final Practical Exam, d. Rubin maneuver

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