Prolapsed cord, Uterine rupture, Amniotic fluid embolism Perimortem Cesarean, Intimate Partner Viole
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displacement of cord in front of presenting part
- visible cord
- palpable cord
- fetal bradycardia
Nursing considerations of a woman with a prolapsed cord
- check FHT's at ROM and after nxt contraction
- D/C pit
- vaginal exam for palpable cord
If find a prolapsed cord I....
- exert upward pressure on presenting part
- call for help
- knee chest position
- admin O2
*if protrudes vagina, place sterile moistened gauze over it
S/S of uterine rupture
- abdominal pain/tenderness
- chest pain
- hypovolemic shock
- fetal distress
- absent FHTs
- cessation of UC's
What causes a uterus to rupture
- previous uterine incision
- blunt trauma
- intense labor contractions
- Intrauterine manipulation (forceps/IUPS)
How do you treat a woman whose uterus has ruptured?
- c section
- volume replacement
when amniotic fluid is drawn in to maternal circulation and is carried to the lungs causing obstruction and vasoconstriction
S/S of amniotic fluid embolism
- abrupt respiratory distress
- heart failure
- circulatory collapse
What causes amniotic fluid embolism?
- strong labor with tetanic contractions...causing high intrauterine pressure forcing amniotic fluid in to open uterine or cervical veins
How do you prevent amniotic fluid embolism?
- prevent tetanic contractions AROM
- no Jacuzzi after ROM
Perimortem Cesarean 4 minute rule
when a mom crashes during birth CPR is not initiated until 4 minutes after she has been down
- the inability to conceive after 1 year of regular intercourse (2-3x/week) without contraception.....OR
- any involuntary inability to conceive at the time desired
What causes impotence/abnormal erections
- CNS dysfunction from....
- drugs like antihypertensives
- psych disturbances
- chronic illnesses like DM
What causes abnormal ejaculation...can be slow, absent or retrograde in to the bladder
- from DM
- neuro surgery impairing nerves
- drugs-antihypertensives, psychotropic
- anatomic abnormalities
- illicit drugs
- Bag of Worms
- blocked ducts carry sperm to penis and changes temperature of ducts carrying the sperm
failure of ovaries to respond to the pituitary gland....complete or partial absence of the secondary sex chromosome
causing infertility (ovaries cant make eggs or female hormones) and endocrine issues
to have kids must adopt or have an egg donated
How do you treat Turners Syndrome
- growth hormone started at 2-5yo
- hormone replacement started at 12-15yo...and continued to prevent CAD and osteoporosis
sex linked male defect...they have an extra X chromosome....female characteristics
How is infertility evaluated?
- Semen analysis is first...no sex for 3 days before
- need more than 1 specimen
- delivered to Dr. within 2 hrs
What do you look at to see if a woman has fertility issues?
- Good hx and exam
- look ovulation prediction measurement
- pelvic US looking at organ structure, ovarian follicles and relase of ova
- Hysterosalpingography-xray of uterus and tubes with contrast
- Postcoital test to see how sperm reacts to cervical mucus
How can you tell a woman is ovulating?
temperature starts to increase 14 days prior to period starting.
increase is 0.3-0.5 degrees
When should a woman start breast self exams?
When do you do a breast self exam?
one week after her start of period cuz it is less glandular, most comfortable
done every month
Clinical Breast exam rules
- 20's and 30's a part of a regular health exam <3 years
- 40's it should be done every year
Baseline mammogram done at age...... then.....and older q 1yr
abnormalities of breast
Breast US shows
picture of the tissues in the breast, and areas closest to the chest wall.....which is hard to see on a mammogram
used for special higher risk populations....NO RADIATION in this test
When should pelvic exams start?
once becomes sexually active or 21 yo or if have symptoms of a disorder like amenorrhea or STD
3 stages of pap smear
- Bethesda System
- Squamous cells
- Glandular cells...adenocarcinoma
what happens if cellular changes are found on a pap smear?
- evaluate further with colposcopy and biopsy
- treat with cryotherapy
- excise a part of the cervix
What would you like to do?
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