Flashcards in OB/GYN COMAT Deck (210)
If fluids are given to a mom w/ chorioamnionitis, she may develop __________
Maternal CO will increase up to ____ d/t HR and SV
Maternal SVR is ______ than PVR
95% of pregnant women will have _______
Uncontrolled DM mothers have an increased chance of having a child w/ ______, ______ and _______ deformaties.
Midline, Cardiac, CNS
Most effective screen test for Trisomy 21:
Cell Free DNA
___ g of protein is recommended during pregnancy
6 defects associated w/ valproic acid
1. Spina bifida
2. Atrial septal defect
3. Cleft palate
Woman presents for labor w/ no complication, next step?
PmHx, Targeted PE
Late fetal decelerations are d/t
PPV is used on a neonate, place the head in the
Supress breast milk by
binding, ice, NSAIDs
#1 RF for developing postpartum depression
Hx of Depression
Who needs to be treated in a case of BV
Cancer tx that is least likely to be recommended in a pregnant cancer pt.
Mom BMI is elevated, most likely complication to develop is
Rq for pre-eclampsia
> 20 wksHTNProteinuriaEdema
Pre-eclampsia + Bleeding =
RF for preeclampsia
2. Multiple Gestations
3. History of chronic high blood pressure, diabetes, kidney disease or organ transplant.
4. First pregnancy.
5. Obesity, particularly with Body Mass Index (BMI) of 30 or greater.
6. Previous history of preeclampsia.
Mom is Dx w/ hemolytic Dz, severity indicated by measuring _____ in the amniotic fluid
MOA of Mg Sulfate as a tocolytic
Competes w/ Ca into cells
Amniocentesis shows low glucose, Cz?
Amnion Fluid infection
Pt w/ nl appearing anatomy and repeated pregnancy loss. First r/o ...
Intra uterine abnormality (Septate Uterus)
____ myxomas may interfere w/ carrying a child to term
Pt presents w/ high grade squamous intraepithelial cytology but negative colposcopy. Next step?
Bx by Loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP)
Continuous Fetal Heart monitor decreases the chance of ....
Pt w/ high Hcg, heavy cycles, pelvic pressure, vomiting.Consider ...
45 yo pt has cycle day 3 FSH > 30. Why can't she conceive?
Late maternal age and low follicle availability.
Define the types of incontinence:OverflowStressUrgeMixedFunctional
Overflow -- can't fully empty (>200mL), weak detrusor muscle, obstruction
Stress -- leak during valsalva maneuvers
Urge -- Hyper/Overactive bladder
Mixed -- Urge + StressFunctional -- can't get to the bathroom