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Meconium Stained Liq


Causes of meconium stained liqour 1. post-dates 2. foetal hypoxia/asphyxia
In presence of abnormal CTG, what are your immediate actions as an intern? 1. Place in left lateral position 2. Provide O2 3. Administer IV fluids
How would your team manage MSL with abn CTG in a pt 4cm dilated? 1. obtain informed consent for c/s 2. blood Ix: cbc ue gxm blood reservation 3. empty bladder with ucath 4. alert anaesthetist 5. alert pediatrician also VE, consider tocolysis
complications of MSL Meconium aspiration syndrome Foetal hypoxia Foetal/neonatal death
what is meconium aspiration syndrome Meconium stained liquor, airway obstruction, chemical pneumonitis, respiratory distress syndrome
Created by: IonaDel