Day 3

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  1. The minimum amount of time for which an air medical transport would be considered faster than a ground medical transport
    30 minutes
  2. Excessive menstrual flow
  3. A delivery that occurs within 3 hours of onset of labor
    Precipitous delivery
  4. Drugs that cause defects in the fetus
    • Teratogenic
    • (tobacco, caffeine, alcohol)
  5. Signs of respiratory distress in PEDS
    • See-saw breathing
    • Nasal flaring
    • Retractions
  6. Acute, Sharp, stabbing, ripping pain during labor; labor ceases after pain
    Uterine rupture
  7. 3 stages of labor
    • Dilation
    • Expulsion
    • Placental
  8. Narrowest portion of the pediatric airway
    Cricoid cartilage
  9. Painless bright red bleeding occurring later in pregnancy
    Placenta previa
  10. If a woman she not take prenatal vitamins throughout her pregnancy she could develop
    • Anemia
    • (body does not have enough healthy red blood cells)
  11. Potential complications associated with pregnancy-related anemia include
    Preterm labor and spontaneous abortion
  12. A condition in which the junction between the esophagus and stomach tears, causing severe bleeding and possibly death.
    Mallory-Weiss syndrome
  13. A condition characterized by severe and persistent vomiting during pregnancy—places the woman at risk for Mallory-Weiss syndrome
    Hyperemesis gravidarum
  14. A disease of the liver that occurs only during pregnancy
  15. An ominous sign in infants and children with a respiratory problem;
    it indicates severe hypoxia, decompensation, and impending respiratory or cardiac arrest
  16. Supraventricular tachycardia (SVT) in infants is characterized by a ventricular rate greater than
    • 220 beats/min
    • (greater than 180 beats/min in children)
  17. Presents within 7 to 10 days after the end of the menstrual cycle and is characterized by bilateral lower abdominal quadrant pain, low-grade fever, painful intercourse (dyspareunia), and vaginal discharge. frequently the result of a sexually transmitted disease such as chlamydia or gonorrhea
    Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)
  18. Finding suggestive of right-sided heart failure
  19. Increased concentrations of CO2 in the body can cause
    Respiratory acidosis
  20. a reliable early sign of early shock in children younger than 6 years of age.
    A delayed (> 2 seconds) capillary refill time
  21. A rapid, thready (weak) pulse is a later sign of
    Shock in any patient
  22. An infection of the female reproductive organs; it occurs almost exclusively in sexually active women.
    The disease-causing organisms enter the vagina during intercourse and invade the uterine cavity. The infection may spread to the fallopian tubes and ovaries.
    Presents with severe abdominal pain and fever.
    Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)
  23. Inflammation of the inner uterine lining (endometrium) due to infection.
    May occur following gynecologic surgery (D&C), abortion, or intrauterine device use. Symptoms include malaise, fever, constipation, vaginal bleeding or discharge, and lower abdominal or pelvic pain
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Day 3
2014-12-05 17:51:19
Day 3
CBT review
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