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Gravidity

# Pregnancies

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Parity

# Delivery events

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What does P2002 mean?

2 at full term and 2 living children with no preterm deliveries or abortions. (FPAL)

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ROM

Rupture of membranes (spontaneous, preterm)

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Fetal presentation

Fetal part over the pelvic inlet (96% cephalic, 3.5% breech and 0.4% shoulder or back)

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What are the different types of breech deliveries?

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How do you diagnose fetal presentation in physical exam?

Leopold’s maneuvers (feel from the pelvic inlet up to the fundus)

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Fetal lie

Relation of the long axis of the fetus to the long axis of the mother: Longitudinal fetal lie and transverse fetal lie are shown below.

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Reference points for fetal presentation

Occiput, mentum and sacrum.

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Difference between false and true labor?

Fase = irregular contractions without cervical dilation and discomfort relieved by sedation. True = regular contractions with cervical dilation and pain not relieved by sedation.

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Stages of labor

1st (latent phase = starts dilating to 6cm, active phase = 6cm to pushing) 2nd = pushing to delivery. 3rd = delivery of placenta.

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What happens to the cervix during labor?

Softening, dilation, effacement, station, consistency and position.

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When is the baby’s head engaged?

0 station = equal with ischial spines

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7 cardinal movements of labor

Fetal movements that the mother can’t do: engagement, descent, flexion, internal rotation, extension, external oration and expulsion.

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3 essential factors of labor

3 P’s: Passage, Power and Passenger

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What are signs of placental separation

Uterine contraction, gush of blood and lengthening of umbilical cord

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Normal labor progression in the active phase of the first stage of labor

Nulliparous =1cm/hr. Multiparous = 2c/hr.

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Normal labor progression in the second stage of labor

Nulliparous 1-2 hrs w/no epidural, 2-3 hrs with. Multiparous 0-1 hrs w/no epidural and 1-2 hours with.

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At what point of the active phase of labor do you consider other options due to arrest?

Arrest of dilation > 6 hrs. Consider oxytocin or C-section.

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Arrest of descent

Child gets stuck in vaginal canal.

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Risk for vacuum delivery

Subgaleal hemorrhage

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Indications for C-section

Prior c-section, non reassuring fetal tracing, placenta previa, noncephalic presentation, arrest disorder, pelvic floor dysfunction or elective