Women who consume alcohol during pregnancy are more likely to have A

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Women who consume alcohol during pregnancy are more likely to have: A: Spontaneous abortion, low birth weight infants, and fetal intrauterine growth restriction 7. It’s difficult for pregnant woman to meet the increased demand of 3 nutrients? A: Calcium, iron & folic acid 8. The most vulnerable time for cognitive impairment from teratogenic insult is during? A: Third Trimester 9. Reassuring findings for fetal activity include: A: A count of at least 4 movements within 1 hour during rest after meals Chapter 11 CD Questions 10. Chemotherapy drug used to treat ectopic pregnancy? A: Methotrexate 11. Rising anti-Rh antibody titer in an Rh-negative woman A: Isoimmunization 12. Identifies the presence of maternal antibodies in the neonate’s blood? A: Direst Coombs 13. Invasive procedure that can be used to obtain a fetal karyotype: A: Chorionic Villus Sampling 14. Combines electronic fetal heart rate monitoring with ultrasonography to evaluate fetal well- being:
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32 A: Biophysical Profile 15. Long-acting corticosteroid therapy to promote fetal lung maturity: A: Betamethasone 16. Which patient would be considered for methotrexate therapy for ectopic pregnancy? A: Patient with unruptured mass less than 4 cm 17. Nurse counsels the patient with gestational trophoblastic disease (GTD) about different methods of contraception and stresses the importance of avoiding pregnancy for 1 year because? A: Pregnancy could mask an hCG rise associated with malignant GTD 18. Patient asks the nurse how the placement of Cerclage will affect her pregnancy? A: The Cerclage will be removed at 37 weeks gestation for vaginal birth 19. Which is not an early indication of maternal hemorrhage? A: Maternal hypotension 20. Most common symptom of placenta previa is: A: Painless vaginal bleeding 21. If pregnant woman is actively vaginal bleeding, do not do: A: Vaginal exam 22. Magnesium sulfate is universally accepted because of its: A: CNS-depressant action 23. Worsening preeclampsia include: A: Increased proteinuria 24. Due to expanded plasma volume and increased cardiac output in multiple gestations there is an increased risk for: A: Pulmonary edema 25. Most common infecting organism in pregnancy is? A: E. coli 26. RhoGAM acts to: A: Suppress the immune reaction of the Rho (D) negative woman to the antigen in Rho (D) positive blood 27. Signs & symptoms of Preeclampsia/Eclampsia A: Proteinuria, hypertension, headaches, oliguria, seizures, Hyperreflexia Sign & symptoms of Gestational Trophoblastic Disease A: Bleeding, vesicles, hyperemesis, anemia, and no FHR
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