This can occur during pregnancy and if the mother is Rh negative and the fetus

This can occur during pregnancy and if the mother is

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This can occur during pregnancy and if the mother is Rh-negative and the fetus has Rh- positive blood. In most cases, the mothers’ blood will not mix with the baby's blood until delivery.
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Was an episiotomy performed? If so, what type? What degrees of episiotomies are possible, and what do they signify? Yes, a midline episiotomy was performed. First Degree: which consists of a small tear that only extends through the lining of the vagina. It doesn’t involve the underlying tissues. Second Degree: the most common type of episiotomy. It extends through the vaginal lining as well as the vaginal tissue. However, it doesn’t involve the rectal lining or anal sphincter. Third Degree: involves the vaginal lining, the vaginal tissues, and part of the anal sphincter. Fourth Degree: The most severe type of episiotomy includes the vaginal lining, vaginal tissues, anal sphincter, and rectal lining. (C) What were the baby's Apgar scores? The babies apgars score was 9 and 9 in What does an Apgar score represent? The apgar score is found by adding points for heart rate, respiratory effort, muscle tone, response to stimulation, and skin coloration; a score of ten represents the best possible condition. This test is also performed right after birth. What were Elena's discharge instructions? Elena’s discharge instructions are to continue her regular diet and prenatal vitamins, and to take Tylenol #3 for pain. She may continue her normal routine and will need to return to the clinic in 2 weeks with the baby. She may also call the doctor before with any questions or concerns.
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For the Week 7 discussion, please go the A.D.A.M. Interactive Encyclopedia index and select CANCER – testes.
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