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Continuing Education Prenatal Care Questions

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Continuing Education Prenatal Care
What is the function of the placenta?
  1. It is a specialized organ for maternal-fetal gas and nutrient exchange
  2. It secretes hormones to sustain the pregnancy
  3. It stores numerous hormones vital to the pregnancy
  4. All of the above
Continuing Education Prenatal Care
What are braxton hicks contractions?
  1. prelabor or preparatory uterine contractions
  2. early labor contractions
  3. a rare reaction the the pregnancy
  4. a postpartum uterine contraction to dislodge the uterus
Continuing Education Prenatal Care
Massage during pregnancy has all of the following benefits except:
  1. prepares the expectant mother emotionally, physically, and mentally for labor
  2. speeds up sluggish circulation
  3. decreases chronic muscle tension
  4. elevates maternal blood pressure
Continuing Education Prenatal Care
Massage is contraindicated in all of the following instances except
  1. abruptio placenta
  2. pitting edema
  3. gestational glucose intolerance
  4. ectopic pregnancy
Continuing Education Prenatal Care
Continuing Education Prenatal Care
Deep strokes on the legs should be avoided when?
  1. The entire pregnancy
  2. The 2nd and 3rd trimester
  3. During pregnancy and up to 3 months postpartum
  4. Deep strokes are ok during pregnancy.
Continuing Education Prenatal Care
What is placenta previa?
  1. A condition where the placenta does not function normally.
  2. The placenta is attached to the lower part of the uterus over the cervix
  3. The placenta detaches from the uterine wall.
  4. Where there are two placentas.
Continuing Education Prenatal Care
What hormone stimulates the onset of uterine contractions?
  1. prolactin
  2. oxytocin
  3. relaxin
  4. progesterone
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