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Maternal Newborn Nursing

Check Your Understanding Questions

Maternal Newborn NursingCheck Your Understanding Questions

Check Your Understanding Questions

1 .
To whom should prenatal screening be recommended?
2 .
What prenatal diagnostic tests are performed in the first trimester?
3 .
What education would you give your patient who was considering prenatal screening and diagnostic testing?
4 .
What is the main role of the nurse in the second trimester screenings?
5 .
You are caring for a pregnant person who is at 26 weeks’ gestation. In reviewing the chart, you notice that the pregnant person completed the antibody titer and is Rh negative. Knowing this, what do you anticipate being ordered?
6 .
What second trimester screenings may be recommended and why?
7 .
The OB/GYN recommends that a patient who is 32 weeks pregnant perform fetal movement counts at home. The provider asks you, the nurse, to give the patient instructions on how to do this. How would you teach the patient to perform FMC?
8 .
What third trimester prenatal screenings might be recommended and why?
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