THEULTIMATEBLOCK5REVIEW

THEULTIMATEBLOCK5REVIEW - BLOCK 5 EXAM 96 QUESTIONS 1....

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BLOCK 5 EXAM – 96 QUESTIONS… 1. antepartum and intrapartum risk factors Which of the following is NOT an antepartum or intrapartum risk factor for newborn distress? a. Post term gestation b. Multiple gestation c. Maternal age between 16 and 35 years d. The maternal use of narcotics within 2 hours before delivery Which of the following is an intrapartum risk factor for newborn distress? a. Gestational diabetes b. Post-term gestation c. Prolonged labor d. Inadequate prenatal care 2. apgar vital signs (resps,hr,etc and rx associated) You are caring for a newly born infant delivered approximately 8 minutes ago. The infant had a 1 minute APGAR score of 6, which improved to 7 at 5 minutes. Despite drying, warming, suctioning, and stimulating the infant, he continues to have central cyanosis. His HR is 132, and his respirations are 50. Which of the following is the best action in this situation? a. Begin chest compressions b. Administer blow by O2 c. Assist ventilations with a bag valve mask device d. Administer 0.01mg/kg epi subcutaneously At 90 seconds after birth, based on the following findings, which newborn does NOT require resuscitative efforts beyond routine care? a. HR 98, RR 27, peripheral cyanosis, APGAR 6 b. HR 100, RR 30, peripheral cyanosis, APGAR 8 c. HR 158, RR 40, central cyanosis, APGAR 6 You are assessing a 1 minute APGAR score on a patient who has peripheral cyanosis and a HR of 98, who cried spontaneously after delivery, is actively moving his extremities, and has a strong cry. What is the APGAR score of this patient? a. 7 b. 8 c. 9 d. 10
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you take? a. Allow the mother to nurse the infant, if she desires b. Bag valve mask ventilations with supplemental oxygen for 60 seconds c. Dry, warm, position, suction, stimulate, give O2 as needed, reevaluate d. Chest compressions at 120/min, reevaluate after 30 secondss 3. resuscitation of newborns (parameters) Which of the following parameters is the most important indicator of neonatal distress? a. Increased respiratory rate b. Increased heart rate c. Decreased heart rate d. Decreased respiratory rate 4. narcan how do you deliver to newborns Which of the following is NOT an appropriate route of administration for naloxone in the newborn? a. Subcutaneously b. Nasogastric tube c. Endotracheally d. Intramuscullary The most common cause of Bradycardia in the newborn is --------- and should be treated with------. a. Hypoxia; basic resuscitation procedures such as tactile stimulation, O2, and ventilation b. Hypoxia; aggressive suctioning, intubation, ventilation c. Increased vagal tone; atropine d. Maternal narcotic use; naloxone 5. epi how do you deliver to newborns Which of the following is the correct dosage of epi in neonatal resuscitation? a.
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THEULTIMATEBLOCK5REVIEW - BLOCK 5 EXAM 96 QUESTIONS 1....

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