1. In the delivery room, Mrs. Oro Is 10 cm. Dilated- and the head is fast emerging. Her attending physician has not yet arrived. The initial action the nurse must take after the head emerges is:
a. Support the head while the rest of the body is spontaneously delivered.
b. Push down on the fundus to help expel the infant.
c. Call the doctor STAT
d. Deliver the shoulder by turning the presenting part to internal rotation.
a. 4 cm. b. 3 cm. c. 5 cm. d. 7 cm.
a. 10-15 minutes
b. 3-10 minutes
c. 15-20 minutes
d. 1-3 minutes
a. Push gently, but firmly on the fundus
b. Call the nursing supervisor for help
c. Allow the infant to suck on the breast
b. Initiate separation by gently pulling on the cord.
a. Back pain
b. Leg cramps
7. The nurse was Instructed to watch out for the occurrence of norma! physiologic
changes of pregnancy. Which of the following is usually observed during
a. Increased BP
d. Blurred vision
b. effacemant 100%
c. dilatation for 2 hours
d. 3 cm cervical dilatation
a. cessation of menstruation
b. onset of'menstruation
c. excessive menstruation
d. intermittent menstruation
d. anterior pituitary gland
a. 3 mos
b. 5 mos.
c. 4 mos
b. telangiectatic nevi
c. erythema toxicum
d. mongolian spots
a. cyanosis of hands and feet.
b. transient mottling when infant is exposed to the temperature.
c. fine, downy hair
d. thin, white mucus
a. let .the child make story
b. observe for the developmental milestone
c. ask the mother what food the child is eating
d. ask the child to sing
b. Vas deferens
c. prostate gland
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