8.The woman delivers a baby girl at 38 5/7 weeks gestation. Her baby is considered to have been a.Post-termb.pretermc.prematured.full-term9.After woman receives intramuscular Nalbuphine hydrochloride (Nubain), her labor progressives rapidly. Her baby is born less than one hour after the injection and has mild respiratory depression. Which medication with the nurse obtain from the emergency drawer?
10.the cardinal movements of labor in a vortex presentation are: 11.A woman in active labor is to have an epidural line inserted for continuous anesthesia. In order to prevent the most common complication of this procedure, the nurse should: 12.4 minutes after the birth of a client’s baby, there is a setting gush of blood from the client’s vagina and about 8 inches of umbilical cord slides out of her vagina. What does this indicate? a.The patient is delivering the placentab.the patient is bleedingc.the patient needs to be placed in Trendelenburg positiond.the patient needs to be placed onto her left side 13.A type I diabetic, who is at 32 weeks gestation is having a nonstress test for fetal well-being since she has been having problems with glycemic control. Which of the following meets the criteria for a test to be considered reactive? 14.Of the hormones produced during pregnancy, which one is the most significant in maintaining the pregnancy after the 1st trimester?
- Fall '15
- Nursing, Fetal heart rate