are determination of fetal lung maturity and evaluation of the fetus condition

Are determination of fetal lung maturity and

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are determination of fetal lung maturity and evaluation of the fetus’ condition when the woman has Rh isoimmunization. The most common purpose for midtrimester amniocentesis is to examine fetal cells in the amniotic fluid to identify chromosomal abnormalities. Midtrimester amniocentesis is also performed to evaluate the fetus’ condition when the woman is sensitized to Rh-positive blood, to diagnose intrauterine infection, and to investigate amniotic-fluid AFP and acetylcholinesterase when the maternal serum AFP concentration is increased. ° Test-Taking Strategy: Note the strategic word, “most.” Also, noting the words "third trimester" in the question will help direct you to the option that addresses fetal lung maturity. Use of the ABCs — airway, breathing, and circulation — will also direct you to the correct option. Review: the indications for performing an amniocentesis in the third trimester . ° Reference: McKinney, E., James, S., Murray, S., Nelson, K. & Ashwill, J. (2013). Maternal-child nursing (4th ed., pp. 306-308). St. Louis: Elsevier. ° Level of Cognitive Ability: Applying ° Client Needs: Physiological Integrity ° Integrated Process: Nursing Process/Implementation ° Content Area: Maternity/Antepartum ° Giddens Concepts: Gas Exchange, Reproduction ° HESI Concepts: Oxygenation/Gas Exchange, Sexuality/Reproduction Awarded 1.0 points out of 1.0 possible points. ° 74. ID: 8482544659 A nurse performs a nonstress test on a pregnant client. The nurse determines that the results are nonreactive if which finding is noted on the electronic monitoring recording strip? Absence of accelerations after fetal movement Correct Accelerations without fetal movement with fetal heart rate (FHR) increases of 15 beats per minute for 15 seconds Acceleration of the FHR by 25 to 30 beats per minute for at least 15 seconds in response to fetal
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movement Two fetal heart accelerations within a 20-minute period, peaking at 15 beats per minute above baseline and lasting 15 seconds from baseline to baseline ° Rationale: In a nonreactive (nonreassuring) stress test, the monitor recording would not demonstrate the required characteristics of a reactive (reassuring) recording within a 40-minute period. In a reactive (reassuring) recording, at least two fetal heart accelerations, with or without fetal movement detected by the woman, occur within a 20-minute period, peak at least 15 beats per minute above the baseline, and last 15 seconds from baseline to baseline. ° Test-Taking Strategy: Note the relationship between the word "nonreactive" in the question and “absence” in the correct option. Review: interpretation of the results of a nonstress test . ° Reference: McKinney, E., James, S., Murray, S., Nelson, K. & Ashwill, J. (2013). Maternal-child nursing (4th ed., p. 309). St. Louis: Elsevier. ° Level of Cognitive Ability: Analyzing ° Client Needs: Physiological Integrity ° Integrated Process: Nursing Process/Analysis ° Content Area: Maternity/Antepartum ° Giddens Concepts: Perfusion, Reproduction ° HESI Concepts: Perfusion, Sexuality/Reproduction Awarded 1.0 points out of 1.0 possible points.
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