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10 points Match the following terms with the correct definition. Low placental placement within the uterus resulting in painless, bright red vagtinal bleeding. A medication used in th
Maternity Maternity Nursing - Defined Nursing - Terms Periodic increase in the baseline fetal heart rate. (brief, temporary increases in FHR of at least 15 beats/min Accelerations above the baseline. They usually occur with fetal mo
Initial Postpartal Assessment
BUBBLE-HE Breasts Uterus: location & firmness of fundus Bladder: presence of catheter or fullness from overdistention
Bowel: time & amt of last void Lochia Episiotomy Homans sign: DVT check Emotions
Introduction Fetal monitoring is the term used to describe the assessment of uterine activity and fetal response. Uterine contractions (UC) are stressful to the fetus because they intermittently decrease the oxygen supply from the
CONCEPTION Union of egg (ovum) and sperm Ovum burst from follicle at ovulation - Ovulation is 14 Days before the next period would begin. - The Egg bursts through weak spots of the follicle. Collapsed Follicle is transformed to corpus
- -COMPONENTS OF THE BIRTH PROCESS/The 5 "P's": 5 major factors that interact during normal childbirth: passage, passenger, powers, position, & psyche. - -1) Passage: the passage of birth of the fetus consists of the maternal pelvis & the
COLLABORATIVE PROBLEMS of the NEWBORN
Placental function deterioration in postterm pregnancies which causes interference w/oxygen & nutrient supply. This results in hypoxia & malnourishment in the fetus. Also known as postma
Question 1 Match the term with the correct description.
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Wart-like growth of the skin caused by the human papillomavirus. Low abdominal pain that occurs at ovulation. Inflammation of the uterine lining. Term used
Problems of the Breast
Fibroadenoma Fibrocystic changes: nonspecific diagnosis for a condition marked by palpable lumps in the breasts.
Usually associated with pain & tenderness that fluctuates with menstrual cycle. Usually 50% of
After birth, infants adapt physiologically to extrauterine life Obtain own oxygen from the environment Modify their systemic circulation Obtain nutrition and hydration Excrete wastes Alter metabolic mechanisms: example = reg
CIRCULATORY CHANGES AT BIRTH
I. Review of Fetal Circulation
The development of the cardiovascular system . Begins to develop toward the end of the third week . Heart starts to beat at the beginning of the fourth week . The critical period of heart d
Slow growing benign tumors Cause is unknown Predisposing risk factors: -nulliparity -obesity -AfricanAmerican ethnicity -genetic predisposition
May be asymptomatic Abnormal uterine bleeding is the
Structural Disorders of Reproduction
Uterine Displacement The round ligaments normally hold the uterus in anteversion Uterosacral ligaments pull the cervix backward and upward Most common type of displacement is posterior displacement or retroversion
Chapter 14: Intrapartum Fetal Surveillance I. Identify the standards of care related to fetal heart rate (FHR) monitoring. A. Source of standards 1. American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) 2. American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) 3.
Antepartum Chapter 6: Conception and Prenatal Development I. Gametogenesis: development of ova/sperm (Table 6-1, p. 88) A. Oogenesis: formation of ova within ovary (Figure 6-1, A, p. 89) 1. Begins in prenatal life 2. Primitive ova (oogonia) multiply
Chapter 12: Process of Birth I. Physiologic Effects of the Birth Process A. Maternal response 1. Reproductive system a. Characteristics of contractions i. Coordinated regular pattern of increasing frequency, duration, and intensity; begin in the fun