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Three stages of pregnancy
(before birth)
(during birth)
(after birth)
Prepartum
intrapartum
postpartum
How much folic acid should be taken for prenatal care.

How much for Pt with neural tube defect
normally .4 Mg or

4 mg with neural tube defect
What is used to calculate a woman's EDD
LNMP
Recommended schedule for prenatal visits are
Contraception - 28 weeks
29 weeks - 36 weeks
37 weeks - birth
contraception to 28 = Every 4 weeks

29 to 36 = every 2 to 3 weeks

37 to birth = every week
Routine assessments for each pregnant visit is
(starts with VS)
VS
Weight
UA
Glucose (between 24 - 28 weeks)
fundal height (20 weeks)
leopold's maneuvers
FHR
review of nutrition
discomforts
Know the difference between
nulligravida
primigravida
multigravida
nulli - never pregnant
primi - first pregnancy
multi - multiple pregnancy
Know difference between
Nullipara
Primipara
Multipara
nulli - not given birth or reached point of viability

primi - given birth to first child

multi - given birth to two or more children
Abortion is a termination of pregnancy before viability of _____ weeks of gestation
20
Nagele's rule is determining the EDD based on what formula?
First day of LNMP
back 3 months
add 7 days
Presumptive signs of pregnancy
amenorrhea
nausea
breast tenderness
deepening pigmentation
quickening
urinary frequency
probable signs of pregnancy
goodell's sign
chadwick's sign (purple)
hegar's sign
McDonald's sign
abd enalargment
braxton hicks contractions
ballottment
striae
+ pregnancy test
positive signs of pregnancy
audible fetal heart beat
fetal movement felt by examiner
ultrasound
Goodell's sign is ___
softening of the cervix
Chadwick's sign is _____
purpling or bluish discoloration of cervix, vagina, and vulva
Hegar's sign is ___
softening of lower uterine segment
McDonald's sign is _____
abdominal and uterine enlargement
Factors that can affect a false pregnancy test
anti anxiety
anticonvulsant
hemouria
malignant tumors
premature menopause
Common sign of BV
Fishy fish smell
During pregnancy an increase of how many calories is needed?
300
Normal weight women should expect a weight gain of
25 - 35 pounds
Maternal body T should not exceed ____ F (38* C )
100.4 F