HEALTHY PREGNANCY – 5 HRS
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Screening tools for alcohol use by a pregnant motherinclude:
A patient with a body mass index (BMI) above normal beforethe start of her pregnancy will have a higher risk of pregnancy- related
Using the estimated date of delivery (EDD) method, a clinician counts from the first day of a woman’s last menstrual
of women deliver on their estimated date of delivery(EDD).
True or False: Properly determining a woman’s due date is nominally important because the patient’s contractionswill provide enoughnotice.
A woman with anabovenormal , before the start of her pregnancy, is at a higher risk of developingpregnancy- related hypertension, edema and gestationaldiabetes.
Herbal supplements are an especially pressing matter todiscuss with prenatal clientsbecause
The accuracy of Naegele’s rule for predicting the estimated date of delivery (EDD) is affected by the factthat
When using the estimated date of delivery (EDD) method, a clinician will count forward 266 days from the date ofconception
is a hormone that is produced by the placenta after implantation of a fertilized egg, which ismeasured to determine if a woman ispregnant.
The length of a typical menstrualcycleis days.
True or False: A clinician will confirm a patient’s pregnancywith a urine sample in the office or sometimes with an ordered laboratory bloodsample.
It is expected that a pregnant woman’s hCG level willplateau
A gynecological examination is likely to show congestion of the cervix and the vagina, resulting in a bluish discolorationcalled
_ is an over-the-counter, sleep-aid supplement that may be correlated with complications in pregnancy, such as preeclampsia and neonatalneurological disability.