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OB Intrapartum

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Nitrazine paper Test ruptures of membranes (if water has broke) Norm= amniotic fluid turn blue Abnorm= amniotic fluid turn yellow-green= baby stress or meconium
AMA Advanced maternal age
Contractions intensity's Early labor Active labor Transition Second stage 25-40 mm Hg 50-70 mm Hg 70-90 mm Hg 70-100 mm Hg
Perineal Lacerations 1st degree 2nd degree 3rd degree 4th degree : skin and structures superficial to muscles : through muscles and perineal body :through anal sphincter muscle : involves anterior rectal wall
Labor induction Oxytocin to stimulate contractions (Pitocin)
Labor induction Prostaglandin prep for cervical ripening (Cervidil, Cytotec)
Cardinal movements Movements baby has to do to maneuver through mom's pelvis Descent, flexion, internal rotatoin, extension, restitution, external rotation, expulsion
Expulsion Birth of the rest of the body
Created by: tallegranza