Chapter 19 Review.docx - Chapter 19 Review Page 510(1-17 Dalton Elwood Braxton Hill 1 C 2 The umbilical cord takes care of all of the obtaining of

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Chapter 19 Review Page 510 (1-17) Dalton Elwood & Braxton Hill 1) C 2) The umbilical cord takes care of all of the obtaining of nutrients and the releasing of wastes when it comes to the fetus. The umbilical cord moves the nutrients in and out of the fetus and keeps it healthy. 3) The size of the body increases so that it is more in proportion to the size of the head, and body fat accumulates. The eyelids open and close. 4) During the first trimester is the time in which miscarriages can happen. After the first trimester is passed, there can’t be a miscarriage, so the family will announce the baby once they know that possibility has passed. 5) B 6) X-Rays, Lead, Mercury, Cat Litter 7) 1 st 8) Eat well, and make sure the mother eats enough to give the baby nutrients as well. Also, the mother needs to exercise well and avoid drugs and smoking. The parents should also attend birthing classes and prepare their house to have a baby (babyproofing). 9) D 10) Fatigue, feeling overwhelmed, or feeling very sad. Could cause the mother to withdraw
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Unformatted text preview: from the baby and other people. 11) The bond they form with their parents allows them to be in a better overall environment and inadvertently teaches them how to do basic necessities and, in turn, they develop. 12) C 13) 3 to 6 Years old 14) They have learned to crawl and chew and can put things in their mouths, which leads to them swallowing them and thus choking. 15) Inform her of the ways in which it can permanently affect the child she is going to have. Explain how it will affect the baby’s development and could result in birth defects as well. 16) One reason many women choose an obstetrician for their pregnancy is that they are comfortable with their current OB/GYN. Other women choose to use an OB/GYN because they are experiencing a high-risk pregnancy. 17) No, because no family member in her past has had genetic problems, so it is highly unlikely that any genetic disorders have been passed on to her. It would essentially be a waste of money....
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