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Obstetrics

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Fetal circulation Pulmonary system does not receive blood while in uterus. Baby gets nutrients and blood from mom thru cord. When baby is born, Pulmonary arteries are opened up to allow blood and perfusion to take place.
Placenta Previa Usually presents with PAINLESS bleeding. Treat for shock. Rapid transport. Treatment is C section.
Abruptio Placentae PAINFUL bleeding. Treat for shock. Fluids. Transport on left side.
Eclampsia Hypertensive emergency. Transport on left side or elevate right hip. Monitor fetal heart tones and mom's v/S. Magnesium Sulfate 2g IV
Stages of Labor Stage 1 (dilation). Stage 2 (expulsion) Stage 3 (placental stage)
Breech presentation Butt or feet first. If infant starts to breathe with face against vaginal wall, form a V and push vaginal wall away from babies face.
Prolapse cord Cord first. Elevate hips. O2. Keep warm. If cord is seen in the vagina, insert 2 fingers to raise the fetus off the cord. Do not push cord back. Wrap cord in sterile moist towel. Do not attempt delivery.
Limb presentation Place mom in knee -chest position. O2. Do not attempt delivery
Ceph means??? Head
Created by: Mistymedic