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10 Questions - Developed by: Morales - Developed on: - 19.459 taken - User Rating: 3.4 of 5.0 - 35 Votes

  • 1
    What is a normal amount of blood that can be expected prior to delivery of the placenta? About
    751 ml
    1000 ml
    500 ml
  • 2
    Resuscitating a newborn includes
  • 3
    When should a baby be suctioned? As soon as the:
    Head emerges from the vagina
    Umbilical cord is clamped
    Baby begins to cry
  • 4
    As the baby is being delivered, you discover the cord is wrapped around the baby's neck. What should you do?
    Nothing, delivery of the baby will straighten it out
    Try to ease the cord over the baby's head or shoulders
    Attempt to reinsert the baby to loosen the cord
  • 5
    What happens in the third stage of delivery?
    The birth of the infant ends and placenta is delivered
    The cervix is almost fully dilated
    Contractions begin
  • 6
    The only times you should place your fingers or hand inside the vagina are:
    To deliver the head
    Face down breech presentation and prolapsed of umbilical cord
    Slow progression of labor
  • 7
    Pull on the umbilical cord to deliver placenta/ pack the vagina
    Deliver in a non sterile environment
    Ask the mother about her pregnancy
  • 8
    The placenta usually deliver minutes after the baby, but can take as long as...
    30 min.
    1 hr.
    25 min.
  • 9
    In Infant CPR the compressions and ventilation are?
    30 Compressions 90 Ventilation
    60 Compressions 15 Ventilation
    90 Compressions 30 ventilation
  • 10
    How often should an Apgar Score be found?
    1 and 5 min after birth
    5 and 10 min after birth
    3 and 8 min after birth

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