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How does the fetus recieve it's nutrients?
The maternal side of the placental villi bathed in nutrient rich blood and absorb nutrients and release them to the fetus via the fetal capillaries.
What is the critical period for neural tube development?
17 to 30 days gestation
How much folate are women required to have if they are planning on becoming pregnant?
400 micrograms
How much folate is in food?
140 per 100
How does the fetus recieve it's nutrients?
The maternal side of the placental villi bathed in nutrient rich blood and absorb nutrients and release them to the fetus via the fetal capillaries.
How does the fetus recieve it's nutrients?
The maternal side of the placental villi bathed in nutrient rich blood and absorb nutrients and release them to the fetus via the fetal capillaries.
How does the fetus recieve it's nutrients?
The maternal side of the placental villi bathed in nutrient rich blood and absorb nutrients and release them to the fetus via the fetal capillaries.
About how much weight should be gained during pregancy?
25-35 pounds
What is the pattern of weight gain?
3.5 lbs in first month, and about 1 pound each week after.
What is the critical period for neural tube development?
17 to 30 days gestation
What is the critical period for neural tube development?
17 to 30 days gestation
What is the critical period for neural tube development?
17 to 30 days gestation
How much folate are women required to have if they are planning on becoming pregnant?
400 micrograms
What 10 things can happen to a fetus due to malnutrition?
1. reduce fertility
2. amenorhhea
3. placenta doesn't develop
4. birth defects
5. retardation
6. prematurity
7. spontaneous abortion
8. still birth
9. low birth weight
10. grandchildren
How much folate are women required to have if they are planning on becoming pregnant?
400 micrograms
How much folate are women required to have if they are planning on becoming pregnant?
400 micrograms
How much folate is in food?
140 per 100
Define low birth weight.
5 1/2 lbs
How much folate is in food?
140 per 100
How much folate is in food?
140 per 100
What are the two hormones that coordinate lactation?
prolactin and oxytocin
About how much weight should be gained during pregancy?
25-35 pounds
What is the pattern of weight gain?
3.5 lbs in first month, and about 1 pound each week after.
About how much weight should be gained during pregancy?
25-35 pounds
About how much weight should be gained during pregancy?
25-35 pounds
What hormone is responsible for milk production?
prolactin
What 10 things can happen to a fetus due to malnutrition?
1. reduce fertility
2. amenorhhea
3. placenta doesn't develop
4. birth defects
5. retardation
6. prematurity
7. spontaneous abortion
8. still birth
9. low birth weight
10. grandchildren
What is the pattern of weight gain?
3.5 lbs in first month, and about 1 pound each week after.
What is the pattern of weight gain?
3.5 lbs in first month, and about 1 pound each week after.
What hormone is responsible for ejecting milk?
oxytocin
Define low birth weight.
5 1/2 lbs
What 10 things can happen to a fetus due to malnutrition?
1. reduce fertility
2. amenorhhea
3. placenta doesn't develop
4. birth defects
5. retardation
6. prematurity
7. spontaneous abortion
8. still birth
9. low birth weight
10. grandchildren
What 10 things can happen to a fetus due to malnutrition?
1. reduce fertility
2. amenorhhea
3. placenta doesn't develop
4. birth defects
5. retardation
6. prematurity
7. spontaneous abortion
8. still birth
9. low birth weight
10. grandchildren
How does nutritional inadequacies affect the quality or quantity of breast milk?
effects quanity not guality
Define low birth weight.
5 1/2 lbs
What are the two hormones that coordinate lactation?
prolactin and oxytocin
Define low birth weight.
5 1/2 lbs
What are the two hormones that coordinate lactation?
prolactin and oxytocin
What does gestation do?
Gestation that acts on uterus and mammary glands
What are the two hormones that coordinate lactation?
prolactin and oxytocin
What hormone is responsible for milk production?
prolactin
How much weight should be gained by age 1?
20-25 lbs
What hormone is responsible for milk production?
prolactin
What hormone is responsible for milk production?
prolactin
When should a baby be weaned to cow's milk?
1 year
What hormone is responsible for ejecting milk?
oxytocin
What hormone is responsible for ejecting milk?
oxytocin
What hormone is responsible for ejecting milk?
oxytocin
How does nutritional inadequacies affect the quality or quantity of breast milk?
effects quanity not guality
How does nutritional inadequacies affect the quality or quantity of breast milk?
effects quanity not guality
How does nutritional inadequacies affect the quality or quantity of breast milk?
effects quanity not guality
What does gestation do?
Gestation that acts on uterus and mammary glands
How much weight should be gained by age 1?
20-25 lbs
What does gestation do?
Gestation that acts on uterus and mammary glands
What does gestation do?
Gestation that acts on uterus and mammary glands
How much weight should be gained by age 1?
20-25 lbs
When should a baby be weaned to cow's milk?
1 year
How much weight should be gained by age 1?
20-25 lbs
When should a baby be weaned to cow's milk?
1 year