EZ NCLEX Review series: Pregnancy. Intermediate. Dilation, Contraction, Stages of Labor, Phases of Labor, Presumptive, Probable, Positive signs of pregnancy, FAS, etc. CA LVN NCLEX California LPN flashcards |

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The signs of fetal alcohol syndrome present within this many hour after birth:

24

In this type of abortion cervical dilation occurs:

Inevitable

In this type of abortion cervical dilation does not occur:

Threatened

This med promotes uterine contractions:

Oxytocin/Pitocin

This med is added to the IV soln after delivery of the placenta:

Oxytocin/Pitocin

This med is the most commonly used method for inducing labor after artificial rupture of the membranes:

Oxytocin/Pitocin

In this phase of labor that the patient's cervix dilates from 0-4 cm:

Latent

In this phase of labor that the patient is encourage to drink fluids to prevent dehydration:

Latent

In this phase of labor that the patient's cervix dilates from 4-8 cm:

Active

In this phase of labor that the patient's cervix dilates from 8-10 cm:

Transitional

One of the fours stages of labor. Effacement becomes complete and expulsion of the neonate begins:

First

One of the four stages of labor: Begins with dilation and complete cervical effacement and ends w/delivery:

Second

One of the four stages of labor: Begins after birth and ends w/delivery of the placenta:

Third

One of the four stages of labor: Begins w/expulsion of the placenta & ends w/postpartum stablization:

Fourth

These are the 3 phases of uterine contractions:

Increment, Decrement, Acme

This is the color of meconium:

Green/black. Thick too.

Within 72 hrs of giving birth, a woman w/Rh - blood gets this:

Rh (D) immune globulin/RhoGAM

Which gets suctioned first? A neonates nose or mouth?

Mouth

Presumptive, Probable, or Postive?: A HCG value of + in the blood or urine:

Probable

Presumptive, Probable, or Postive?: A fetal presense from an ultrasound:

Positive

Presumptive, Probable, or Postive?: Fetal movement:

Positive

Presumptive, Probable, or Postive?: Fetal heart tones:

Positive

Presumptive, Probable, or Postive?: Nausea & vomiting:

Presumptive

Presumptive, Probable, or Postive?: Breast tenderness:

Presumptive

This is the definition of pregnancy-induced hypertension:

Eclampsia

Pelvic inflammatory disease is a common complication of:

Gonorrhea

GTPAL This term refers to the # of times a woman has been pregnant (w/o reference to outcome):

Gravidity

GTPAL This term refers to the # of pregnancies (not the # of fetuses) that reached viability/20 weeks (regardless of whether the fetus was born alive):

Parity/Para

GTPAL This term means that a woman is/has been pregnant:

Gravida

GTPAL This term means that a woman has never been pregnant:

Nulligravida

GTPAL This term means that this is a woman's first pregnancy:

Primigravida

GTPAL This term means that a woman has not had a birth at more than 20 wks gestation:

Nullipara

In pregnancy, 'viability' refers to this:

A pregnancy that reaches 20 wks.

GTPAL This term means that a woman has had two or more pregnancies that resulted in viable offspring:

Multipara

GTPAL G/Gravidity refers to:

The # of pregnancies (including this one) w/o regard to outcome.

GTPAL T/Term births refers to:

The # of kids born at term (>37 wks).

GTPAL P/Preterm refers to:

The # of deliveries between 20-37 wks.

GTPAL A/Abortions. refers to:

The # of abortions & miscarriages (this is included in 'parity' if >20 wks)/The loss of a fetus before 20 wks.

GTPAL L/Live births refers to:

The # of offspring that are currently living.

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