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Published by: Russell Simmons on Nov 25, 2012
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 Choose only one correct answer.1. Regarding antepartum care:A comprehensive antepartum care program include the following excepta)
Preconceptional careb)
Prompt diagnosis of pregnancyc)
Initial prenatal evaluation including abdominal x-ray to assess pelvisd)
Follow up prenatal visits2. About normal pregnancy durationa)
The mean duration of pregnancy calculated from the first day of theL.N.Mp is close to 280 days or 40 wks.b)
One can use (a) above as the gestational agec)
Only the abdominal ultrasound scan between 30 and 34 weeks gives theaccurate pregnancy duration.d)
The mean normal duration of pregnancy is 42 weeks.3. As regards preconceptional counsellinga)
It is only necessary for couples who have genetic problemsb)
It is not necessary in general since very little intervention can be donec)
One of the goals should be creating awareness to the public to improveknowledge, attitude and behaviour concerning various health problemsd)
It should only be given by an expert doctor to antenatal mothers beforeH.I.V. testing for H.I.V.4. About prolonged pregnancy, thisa)
Occurs between 15% and 20% of pregnancies
Should be managed by elective C/section at 41+ weeksc)
Should be managed by induction of labour at 41+ weeks (except wherethere is a* )d)
Its incidence is increased by early ultrasoundHypertension3. When treating moderate hypertension in pregnancya)
The risk of pre* is reducedb)
The risk of severe hypertension is reducedc)
There is an increase in birth weightd)
Treatment should be discontinued 24hrs after deliveryAnaemic1. The recommended daily allowance of iron for a reproductive age * isa)
18 mg/dayb)
6 -10mg /dayc)
30 -35 mg/dayd)
60 mg/day2.The initial laboratory evaluation of anaemia includesa)
Complete blood countb)
Haemoglobin level alonec)
Peripheral blood fibre is enoughd)
*3.*4. In megaloblastic anaemiaa)
The cause is due to increased demand by the fetusb)
The * destroys the red blood and white blood cells

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