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1

Measurement of abdominal girth in a woman of average size is a helpful adjunct to fundal heaight in dx of what?

polyhydramnios

2

in a face presentation, which of the following will be the cephalic prominence that is palpable during the fourth leopold's maneuver?

occiput

3

which is the cephalic prominence that is palpable during the fourth Leopold's maneuver in well-flexed cephalic presentation

sinciput (front of skull from forehead to crown)

4

if you feel cephalic prominence on same side as fetal parts, is indicative of ?

vertex presentation

5

if both hands simultaneously encounter a hard mass that is equally prominent on both sides, indicates what?

sinciput/military presentation

6

pelvis is comprised of how many bones?

four (innominate x 2, sacrum, coccyx)

7

which diameter of pelvic inlet can be measured clinically?

diagonal conjugate

8

what is the plane of least dimensions?

midplane

9

minimal measurement of the angle of the pubic arch that determines adequacy of pelvic outlet

90 degrees

10

pelvimetry reveals:
inlet: oval with forepelvis more narrow than posterior pelvis; A--P diameter much larger than transverse diameter
sacrum: flat, long and posteriorly inclined
sacrosciatic notch: wide
sidewalls: somewhat convergent
ischial spines: prominent but not encroaching
pubic arch: slightly narrow:

The book says anthropoid, but I swear it's supposed to be android.

11

least common pelvic shape among women?

platypelloid

12

anthropoid pelvises are most associated with what labor problem?

posterior position of the fetus

13

what is the shortest A-P diameter of the pelvis?

obstetrical conjugate

14

woman at 39 wks GA, 5'3", now weighs 138 lb. Prepregnancy 115 lb. How do you categorize total pregnancy weight gain?

insufficient

15

weight gain advised with BMI <18.5

28-40 lb
2.2-6.6 lbs first trimester
1 lb/wk in second & third trimesters

16

weight gain advised BMI 18.6-24.9

25-35 lb
2.2-6.6 lb first trimester
1 lb/wk in second & third trimesters

17

weight gain advised BMI 25-29.9

15-25 lb
2.2-6.6 lbs first trimester
0.6 lb/wk in second & third trimesters

18

weight gain advised BMI >30

11-20 lb
1.1-4.4 lb in first trimester
0.5 lb/wk in second and third trimesters

19

mitosis

form of nuclear division of cells which already have a set arrangement of chromosomes

20

meiosis

rearrangement of the sets of chromosomes before division

21

convert kg to lb

1 kg = 2.2 lb

22

which is the least likely to affect a newborn's birth weight?
maternal parity, maternal prepreg weight, maternal height, GA

maternal height

23

head-sparing IUGR is most likely due to what?

uteroplacental insufficiency

24

what is the optimal birth weight range in grams?

3500-3999 gm

25

RDA for calories and protein for pregnant women?

2500 calories, 60 gm protein

26

RDA calcium during pregnancy?

1200 mg

27

appropriate amt of vit C supplementation during pregnancy?

250 mg

28

which is a source of complete protein?
tofu, green peas, peanut butter, lentils

tofu (cited by Livestrong.com)
lentils (when sprouted)

29

at what GA is it important to reevaluate a client's nutrition to ensure adequat diet during the peak in cellular growth of the fetal brain?

28 weeks

30

The Higgins Intervention Methodology for determineng weight requirements uses what to determine calorie and protein intake?

ideal body weight and individual activity level

31

Using the Higgins Intervention Methodology, what is the daily caloric and protein additional allowance at 20 wks GA?

adding 500 calories and 25 g protein to the woman's nonpregnant requirements

32

which of the following has the highest iron content?
beef liver, soy beans, spinach, roast beef

soy beans

33

which comprises the majority of dietary iron

nonheme iron

34

for which of the following in pregnancy is exercise an absolute contraindication?
hx of IUGR, multiple gestation, vitral valve prolapse, presence of infection/fever

presence of infxn/fever

35

What should be used as criteria to identify candidates for complete genetic evaluation?

age, personal and famiy hx, screening tests

36

what can affect the normative levels of alpha-fetoprotein?

age, weight, race
(NOT parity)

37

a triple screen test with a positive result of a serum level of AFP elevated above cutoff value of 2.5 multiples of the mean alert you to an increased risk of what?

spina bifida

38

what result on a triple screen would alert you to an inccreased possiblity of Down syndrome?

low maternal serum AFP, low estriol levels, high hCG levels

39

triple screen looks for what?

AFP (produced by fetus)
hCG (produced within placenta)
estriol (produced by fetus and placenta)

40

what do high levels of AFP signify in triple screen?

baby may have neural tube defect (spina bifida/anencephaly)
The most common reason for elevated AFP levels is inaccurate dating of pregnancy

41

Low levels of AFP, abnormal levels of hCG/estriol may indicate what?

baby may have Trisomy 21 (Down syndrome) or
Trisomy 18 (Edwards syndrome) or
other chromosomal abnormality

42

What is looked at in quad screen?

AFP (produced by fetus)
hCG (produced by placenta)
estriol (produced by fetal liver and placenta)
Inhibin A (produced by placenta)

43

When is Quad screen done?

between 15-20 weeks
second trimester

44

when is a nuchal translucency test done?

between 11-14 weeks (10-13?)

45

what is done in a first-trimester combined test/first trimester screen?

nuchal translucency test (u/s)
PAPP-A (blood test)
B-hCG (serum)

46

When is CVS done?

between 11-12 or up to 14 wks

47

When is amniocentesis done?

between 16-22 wks

48

First trimester screen looks for risk of what?

Down syndrome Trisomy 21, Trisomy 18

49

what is first trimester screen usually combined with?

nuchal translucency

50

when is first trimester screen done?

between 11-13 weeks

51

what is looked at in BPP?

fetal breathin
fetal movement
fetal tone (open/close hand)
AFI
plus NST

52

reactive NST

blood flow to fetus is adequate

53

nonreactive NST

requires additional testing to see if truly due to poor oxygenation or due to other things (baby sleeping, maternal medicines)

54

Turner's syndrome

chromosomal condition that exclusively affects females. TS occurs when one of the two X chromosomes is missing or incomplete. (only monosomy compatible with life)
~1% of fetus with TS come to term (also read up to 33% liveborn)
~10% SAB due to TS
Dx of TS is by karyotyping
Maternal age does NOT affect risk of TS

55

s/s Turner syndrome

short stature
broad chest with widely spaced nipples
congenital lymphedema with swollen fingers and toes
low hairline
webbed posterior neck
bone and cartilage abnormalitites
cardiac defects
ovarian dysgenesis (require HRT)
narrow, high arched palate
renal abnormalitites
HTN
conductive and sensorial hearing loss
mild malformation or low set ears
speech problems
strabismus, amblyopia, ptosis
obesity
nonverbal, verbal-spatial processing learning disabilities

56

FHR Category I

110-160 bpm
FHR variability moderate
Lack of late or variable decels
Early decels present or absent
Accels present or absent

57

FHR Category II

Not predictive of fetal acid-base status (indeterminate)
Not enough evidence to place in Cat I or II
Required surveillance and reevaluation
Interpreted in the context of entire clinical situation
Bradycardia without absent baseline variability
Tachycardia
Minimal baseline variability
Absent baseline variability without recurrent decels
Marked baseline variability
Absence of accels after fetal stimulation
Recurrent variables with minimal/moderate baseline variability
Prolonged decels >2 min <10 min
Recurrent late decels with moderate variability
Variable decels with overshoots/shoulders

58

FHR Category III

Recurrent late decels
Recurrent variable decels
Bradycardia
Sinusoidal pattern

59

BPP 8/10 or 10/10

normal/reassuring

60

BPP 6/10

requires intervention

61

Reactive NST defined as 10x10 for what GA?

<32 wks GA

62

a reactive NST is reassuring, meaning what for how long?

It indicates a <1% chance of fetal death within 1 week of the reactive NST

63

Bishop score of 8 or more

likely to achieve successful induction or go into labor spontaneously

64

Bishop score 6

<6 usually indicate the need for cervical ripening

65

to reduce the risk of limb reduction defects related to CVS, the procedure should be performed after what GA?

after 10 wks GA

66

Which is NOT a test for fetal lung maturity?
lecithin/sphingomyelin ratios (L/S)
phsphatidylglycerol (PG) tests
optical density assessment of bilirubin in amniotic fluid
the "shake" and "tap" test

Optical density assessment is NOT for fetal lung maturity.

67

What can be done through cordocentesis?

fetal blood transfusions or to medicate the fetus

68

What things diminish maternal perception of fetal movement?

Polyhydramnios
Oligohydramnios
anterior placenta
(also activity, position, meds, obesity)

69

36 wk GA, uncomplicated preg presents with c/o decreased fetal movement. NST is reactive. What is appropriate regarding further NSTs?

There is no need for serial NSTs at this point

70

Pt calls day after reactive NST to say very decreased fetal movement. Repeat NST is NOT reactive. What is best management now?

Consult with physician
Schedule her for immediate BPP/AFV

71

What is a complete cessation of fetal movement associated with?

impending fetal death

72

Auscultated acceleration tests have been propposed as an alternative to what method of fetal assessment?

NST

73

Fetal heart rate reactivity is usually reached in what range of GA?

28-32 wks

74

what is the minimum frequency of serial NSTs?

at least once/wk

75

What is the frequency for serial NSTs for women at particularly high risk for poor outcome r/t uteroplacental insufficency?

twice per week

76

34 wks, NST d/t mother is gestational diabetic. Previous NST reactive. This one not reactive after 20 minutes. What is the next step?

Continue NST for another 20-30 minutes

77

What method of fetal assessment is the most accurate predictor of uteroplacental insufficiency?

Contraction Stress Test

78

Which method of fetal assessment is a woman with placenta previa NOT a good candidate for?

Contraction Stress Test

79

A contraction stress test is known to have about a 30% false-positive rate. What does this mean?

One third of women with positive CST have a fetus that is actually normal. d

80

what are the components of the modified BPP?

NST and AFV

81

tachysystole

6 or more contractions in a 10 minute window, averaged over 30 minutes

82

normal uterine contractions

5 or fewer contractions in a 10 minute window;
last 40-60 seconds each

83

Waht is the AFI if these are the findings:
quadrant 1: 1 cm, 2 cm, 4.5 cm pockets of fluid
quad 2: 2.5 cm pocket
quad 3: 3 cm, 5 cm pockets
quad 4: 1.5 cm, 5 cm pockets

17 cm
(the deepest pocket is measured in each quadrant, one number from each quadrant is added to find total)

84

What is the normal range of AFI?

5-25 cm

85

what are minimum components of limited obsterical u/s in second and third trimesters

fetal number, lie and cardiac activity

86

G3P1021 at 9 wks GA calls at 3:30 am because she noticed some dime-sized spots of blood on her underwear when she went to the bathroom. She denies abdominal or back pain, no symptoms of UTI. Her temp is 99.1. She has had a few more spots since the initial ones. What is the best course of action?

Recommend pelvic rest,
teach her the sx that need to be reported immediately
have her come into the office the next day

87

Pt with hx of SAB comes in for vaginal spotting at 9 wks. PE: speculum exam reveals no vaginitis or cervicitis, +bright red blood pooled in posterior fornix, VS wnl, bimanual wnl. Denies cramping or pain. What do you do?

Obtain u/s eval in next 24 hours.

88

for how long should sexual intercourse be avoided after 1st trimester SAB?

2-4 wks

89

Why should a woman wait a few weeks to resume sexual intercourse after SAB?

d/t increased risk of infection at this time

90

A woman is said to suffer from habitual abortions when spontaneous abortion has terminated the course of how many pregnancies?

three or more consecutive

91

when is pregnancy loss most likely to occur due to an incompetent cervix?

second trimester

92

iwhat are some risk factors for incompetent cervix?

previous cervical cone biopsy
hx of cervical laceration during previous childbirth
hx of 3 or more ABs using suction

93

22 wk GA has cerclage. PE: ROM without labor What steps do you take regarding sutures?

remove them

94

What are some usual sites for ectopic pregnancy?

cervix
ovaries
fallopian tube

95

LMP 6 wks ago. 5 days of vaginal spotting. Now significant pain in lower right abdomen. What should you do first?

Pelvic exam for uterine sizing/adnexal masses and qualitative hCG.

96

Following dx of ectopic pregnancy, what is most appropriate management step?

Refer immediately to physician for management

97

What are soem predisposing risk factors for an ectopic pregnancy?

IUD
BTL
pelvic infections

98

Initial visit. LMP 15 wks ago. Some bloody d/c intermittent x 1 wk. Daily n/v. Denies abdominal pain/cramping. S>D uterus, no FHR found. Speculum exam: brownish bloody d/c. Bimanual: andexal tenderness. Cervix: long, closed, posterior.
What is your dx?

Hydatidiform mole

99

What exam/lab would be most useful in confirming dx of hydatidiform mole?

single serum quantitative hCG level and sonogram

100

What is diagnostic for TB?

Postiive chest xray

101

Woman from Jamaica received BCG vax as child, had neg chest xray 4 years ago. What is appropriate management of this client?

repeat chest xray
??? while pregnant???? I guess so, with lead apron

102

Migrant farm worker at 16 wk GA, from El Salvador. Comes in 4 days after PPD administered, to have results read. 12mm swelling noted. 2 yrs earlier was neg. No s/s. What is the most accurate interpretation of this test result?

It can be evaluated and is considered positive because she has risk factors for TB. A positive result usually remains visible for about a week.

103

Migrant worker just dx with +PPD test. Best next step to take in the management of this pt?

Order a chest xray

104

What should woman do who becomes pregnant while taking isoniazid (INH) for TB?

Most clinicians recommend continuation of INH tx or prophylaxis if woman becomes pregnant during tx course to avoid drug resistance.

105

Heb B is present in all of an infected woman's body fluids except...?

breastmilk (at least it has not been assoc with MTCT) The concern would be over cracked nipples exposing baby to other maternal fluids like blood.

106

A +HBsAg screening test indicates what?

active Hep B (acute or chronic) only

107

What is the mgmt of newborn infants of Heb B-infected mothers?

Immediate bath, immunization with Heb B immune globulin(HBIG), and vax with Heb B vax.

108

A woman becomes pregnant several years after being infected with Hep C. How will this affect her care?

She will be monitored for signs of abnormal liver dz that may affect her nutritional status

109

IN which stage of pregnancy is maternal infection with rubella MOST likely to cause congential malformations?

in the first month

110

What are the rash characteristics of rubella infection?

Pale or bright red, spreading rapidly from fact to entire body, and then fading rapidly