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Maternal Newborn Nursing

Reflection Questions

Maternal Newborn NursingReflection Questions

Reflection Questions

1 .
What information should you provide to a 35-year-old patient who asks if she can wait until she’s older to get pregnant?
2 .
What information would you provide to a patient who recently learned that they are a carrier for cystic fibrosis?
3 .
Which test would you recommend to a patient who had an abnormal result on their first trimester screening and expresses the desire to terminate the pregnancy if the fetus has a serious genetic abnormality?
4 .
How would you respond when a patient states that they want several embryos transferred so that they can have twins?
5 .
Why is it important for the patient to take a GnRH agonist or antagonist as part of their ovulation induction medication?
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