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drugs that are bad for babies
accutane, lithium, anticonvulsants, anticoagulants
aminopterin
folic acid antagonist - increase NTDs, CV defects, oral clefts, and urinary tract defects
methotrexate
folic acid antagonist - increase NTDs, CV defects, oral clefts, and urinary tract defects
phenobarbitol
folic acid antagonist - increase NTDs, CV defects, oral clefts, and urinary tract defects
thimethoprim
folic acid antagonist - increase NTDs, CV defects, oral clefts, and urinary tract defects
Mifepristone
- The better combo agent
- Antiprogestin
- Interacts with corticosteroids, some antifungal, and anti seizure medications
Misoprostol
- always used
– Prostaglandin E1 analog
– Use with caution in patients with IBD and seizure disorder
Methotrexate
- worse combo agent, causes
- Less predictable bleeding pattern, Longer time to result in abortion
- Antimetabolite
– Avoid folate containing dietary products
What is formed by the paramesonephric system?
The upper vagina, cervix, uterine corpus, and fallopian tubes
how do paramesonephric ducts form?
- as longitudinal invaginations of the coelomic epi
– these end up being the fimbria that sweep the egg into ovulation
what are ureteric buds
forms from an out growth of the mesonephric duct
what is the Utriculus Prostaticus
- paramesonephric
- remnants of the female system in the male
gardners cyst
a cyst in the vagina
paroophoron
a mullerian cyst in the broad ligament
epoophoron
a mullerian cyst in the broad ligament
diethylstilbestrol
exposed infant has an increased risk for a small T-shaped cavity or cervical collar deformity
Ferning test results
- can get false (+) if Semen, Cervical mucus, Fingerprints
– can get a false (-) if Prolonged PROM, Dry swabs, or Blood
Nitrazine test results
– can get false (+) Alkaline urine, Blood, Semen, BV & Trich
– can get a false (-) if Prolonged PROM
Accelerations
they like to see reactive accelerations, and that means the baby is getting plenty of oxygen
Early Decelerations
– happening right w/ the contraction
– probably a result of compression of the fetal head, causing a vagal response
– these are completely bening
Variable Decelerations
– very common, but you don’t want a lot of them
– the umbilical cord can get pinched during labor and shows a quick upshoot, then it decelerates
– can put water in w/ catheter to ease the pressure
Late Decelerations
– happens a little later than the contraction
– this is a result of uteral-placnetal insufficiency
– the baby isn’t getting enough O2
– these are bad and the fetal HR variability tends to decrease