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This is a question I have been asked many times. Exactly how do you check how…

This is a question I have been asked many times. Exactly how do you check how…

3% become geniuses, and 3% become mentally disabled, the rest pass safely, lucky I belong to the first group

3% become geniuses, and 3% become mentally disabled, the rest pass safely, lucky I belong to the first group

Abnormal placenta

Abnormal placenta

Leopold's maneuver - palpating for baby position

Leopold's maneuver - palpating for baby position

Cervical dilation in relative terms

Cervical dilation in relative terms

NCLEX 4000 rationale: RATIONALE: Applying manual pressure to the babys head by gently pushing up with the fingers relieves pressure on the umbilical cord. This intervention is effective if the cord begins to pulsate. The mother may also be placed in either the knee-chest or Trendelenburgs position to ensure blood flow to the baby. This intervention isnt done to slow the delivery process. A prolapsed cord necessitates emergency cesarean birth. The nurse shouldnt attempt to reinsert the…

NCLEX 4000 rationale: RATIONALE: Applying manual pressure to the babys head by gently pushing up with the fingers relieves pressure on the umbilical cord. This intervention is effective if the cord begins to pulsate. The mother may also be placed in either the knee-chest or Trendelenburgs position to ensure blood flow to the baby. This intervention isnt done to slow the delivery process. A prolapsed cord necessitates emergency cesarean birth. The nurse shouldnt attempt to reinsert the…

Head entering pelvis. Biparietal diameter is indicated with shading (9.25 cm). A, Suboccipitobregmatic diameter: complete flexion of head on chest so that smallest diameter enters. B, Occipitofrontal diameter: moderate extension (military attitude) so that large diameter enters. C, Occipitomental diameter: marked extension (deflection) so that largest diameter, which is too large to permit head to enter pelvis, is presenting.

Head entering pelvis. Biparietal diameter is indicated with shading (9.25 cm). A, Suboccipitobregmatic diameter: complete flexion of head on chest so that smallest diameter enters. B, Occipitofrontal diameter: moderate extension (military attitude) so that large diameter enters. C, Occipitomental diameter: marked extension (deflection) so that largest diameter, which is too large to permit head to enter pelvis, is presenting.

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