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Unformatted text preview: 3-141. Place the following neonatal resuscitation procedures in the correct order:1) tactile stimulation2) CPR3) assisting ventilations4) oxygen administration5) suctioning 6) administration of cardiac medications2.Which of the following statements regarding meconium is NOT true?a.Meconium-stained fluid indicates a fetal hypoxic eventb.The presence of meconium staining is often difficult to determine.c.Thin and light meconium does not require aggressive suctioning of the airwayd.The presence of meconium is often associated with prolonged labor3.Which of the following refers to the time from conception to birth?a.Intrapartumb.Perinatalc.Postpartumd.Prenatal4.You are assisting in the delivery of an infant after extremely prolonged labor. During delivery of the head, you note presence of thick, green meconium in the patients airway. What should your next cause of action be?a.Immediately suction the hypopharynx and trachea before completing the delivery using an ET tube and a meconium aspiratorb.Do not suction the nose and mouth, complete the delivery, then suction the hypopharynx and trachea using an endotracheal tube and a meconium aspirator.c.Do not suction the nose and mouth, complete the delivery, then suction the oropharynx using and ET tube and meconium aspirator d.Suction the nose and mouth with a bulb syringe, complete the delivery, then suction the hypopharynx and trachea using an ET tube and a meconium aspirator5.The most important consideration when managing a premature infant is:a.preventing the loss of body heatb.determining blood glucosec.continuously suctioning the airwayd.administering 100% oxygen6.Which of the following structures allows the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to and removal of wastes from the fetus?a.Morulab.Amnotic sacc.Placentad.Allantois7.Your patient is 34 weeks pregnant, complaining of a headache and nausea. Her blood pressure is 150/92, and she tells you that her doctor told her she has protein in her urine. You note that her face, hands, and feet are edematous. Which of the following is most likely?...
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