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Who gets RhoGAM ? When do they get it?

Rh - mom, 28 week and within 72 hours of delivery

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Uterus doesn't contract keeps becoming boggy

Uterine atomy

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What is dystocia

Things that could cause difficult labor

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What are operative obstetrics techniques

Help facilitate fetus to be brought to the outside

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What part of uterus is where there is very little contacting done

Lower uterus

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Where is placenta normally?

Upper front part if uterus

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Placenta previa is improperly implanted placenta in the _________ with ____________

In lower uterine segment with painless bright red bleeding

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Risk factors for placenta previa

Maternal age and number of C/S
Scaring in upper uterine segment
Smoking, cocaine
HTN, diabetes

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Concerns with placenta previa

Bleeding, hemorrhage.. "Afterbirth comes first"

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What is a medication to stop contractions and calm uterus? When would you use it?

Tocolytics, placenta previa

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Why should there be no nipple stimulation or vaginal exam with placenta previa?

Release oxytocin which stimulate contractions. We do nothing to stimulate contractions. But if vaginal exam had to be done you have to have a double set up.

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Premature separation or NORMALLY implanted placenta from uterine wall

Abruptio placenta

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What kind of bleeding would you see with a marginal Abruptio placenta

Bright red bleeding

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What's important about central Abruptio placenta

May not know she has it until she delivers the baby. There will be fast bleeding which will cause the uterus to swell up and there will be a big clot behind placenta which can be painful for mom

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What is important about fundal height with the complete Abruptio placenta

Fundal height will be much bigger than expected

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What is a concern with severe central Abruptio placentae?

May observe Couvelaire uterus (blue uterus, abnormal fundal height, mother c/o of lots of pain) and risk of DIC ( disseminated intravascular clotting)

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What is DIC

disseminated intravascular clotting- excessive activation of clotting factors and then they run out and bleeding occurs. insult that occurs in relation to something else it is not a disease by itself.

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If there is vaginal bleeding should you do a vaginal or rectal exam?

Not without a double set up!!

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What color bleeding with Abruptio placenta? Why?

Dark red bleeding because it is behind placenta

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Symptoms of Abruptio placenta

Dark red bleeding, shock, severe abdominal pain

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What is somebody with Abruptio placemat at a increased risk for

Hemorrhage, fetal distress, preterm labor/delivery depending on placenta problem

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What is Cryoprecipitate

Anti-hemorrhage medication
Used with Abruptio placenta

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Is the clot usually visible on the ultrasound with Abruptio placenta?

Less than 50% of cases

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Where should cord normally attach

More towards the center

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What are the three different ways of placental adherence?

*Accreta - (most common) superficially into myometrium
*Increta- myometrium invaded
*Percreta- myometrium penetrated

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What is the most common type of placental adherence where the chronic villi attach directly to myometrium of uterus

Accreta

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Type of placental adherence where myometrium is invaded, attached deep into myometrium

Increta

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Type of placental adherence where myometrium is penetrated, attached through the myometrium

Percreta

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Concerns with placental problems & umbilical cord variations

Hemorrhage failure of placenta to separate; abnormal separation of placenta

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What is a person at increased risk for if they have placental problems and umbilical cord variations

Hemorrhage, fetal distress, preterm labor/delivery depending on problem