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Flashcards in L&D/Second Stage of Labor/Nursing Interventions Deck (14):
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Second stage of labor: Assessment/Perineal Laceration1) 3rd and 4th degree lacerations most commonly occur after ___1___?

Assessment/Perineal Laceration1) Midline episiotomy(Hogan 164)

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Second stage of labor: Assessment/Perineal Laceration1) 1st degree laceration of perineum or surrounding tissue involves?

1) Only epidermal layers, if no bleeding may not need repair(Hogan 164)

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Second stage of labor: Assessment/Perineal Laceration1) 2nd degree laceration of perineum or surrounding tissue involves?

1) Epidermal and muscle/fascia involvement that requires suturing(Hogan 164)

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Second stage of labor: Assessment/Perineal Laceration1) 3rd degree laceration of perineum or surrounding tissue involves?

1) Extends into rectal sphincter(Hogan 164)

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Second stage of labor: Assessment/Perineal Laceration1) 4th degree laceration of perineum or surrounding tissue involves?

1) Extends through rectal wall (mucosa)(Hogan 164)

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Second stage of labor: Documentation 1) Document in pt record (5)

1) Time of birth2) Gender3) Position4) Nuchal cord (umbilical cord around the neonate neck(if present)5) Medications administered(Hogan 164)

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Second stage of labor: EvaluationPt states is able to cope with ___1___ and ___2___; maternal and fetal ___3___ maintained through delivery.

1) Contractions2) Pushing3) Well-being(Hogan 164)

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Second stage of labor: Assessment/Vital Signs1) Assessed how often?

1) BP, R, HR; every 5-15 mins(Hogan 163)

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Second stage of labor: Assessment/Contractions1) Assessed how often?

1) Contractions palpated continuously(Hogan 163)

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Second stage of labor: Assessment/Fetal Heart RateAssessed how often? 1) Low risk2) High risk3) If nonreassuring FHR

1) Low risk FHR q15 min2) High risk FHR q5 min3) If nonreassuring FHR pattern monitor continuously(Hogan 163)

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Second stage of labor: Implementation and collaborative care/Bladder1) Empty or Full?2) Straight catheter if (2)

1) Empty bladder2) Straight catheter if bladder distended or unable to void(Hogan 163)

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Second stage of labor: Implementation and collaborative care/Anesthetic Agent

1) Local infiltration administered during 2nd stage of labor by HCP

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Second stage of labor: Implementation and collaborative care/Episiotomy1) Usually done when2) Medically indicated (2)3) Name 2 types of Episiotomy(s)

1) During or just prior to crowning2) Medically indicated in the presence of Fetal distress or to prevent tearing3) Midline: 1-3cm straight back and Mediolateral: 4-5cm from vagina to buttock.(Hogan 164) Reference for Episiotomy advantages and disadvantages

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Second stage of labor: Assessment/Monitor Fetal (3)

1) Cardinal Fetal Movements2) Crowning

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