List as Question per ZhangJie
- 4609The nurse is managing care of a primigravida at full term who is in active labor. What should be included in developing the plan of care for this client?
- 4610The healthcare provider (HCP) prescribes intermittent fetal heart rate monitoring for a 20-year-old obese primigravid client at 40 weeks’ gestation in the first stage of labor. The nurse should monitor the client’s fetal heart rate pattern at which interval?
- 4611The primigravid client is at +1 station and 9 cm dilated. Based on these data, the nurse should first:
- 4612Assessment of a primigravid client in active labor who has had no analgesia or anesthesia reveals complete cervical effacement, dilation of 8 cm, and the fetus at 0 station. The nurse should expect the client to exhibit which behavior during this phase of labor?
- 4613The nurse is discussing pain relief methods for a pregnant first-time mother. The discussion should include which labor support methods? Select all that apply.
- 4614A primigravid client at 38 weeks’ gestation comes to the labor room because “my water broke.” The healthcare provider (HCP) asks the nurse to verify spontaneous rupture of membranes using nitrazine paper. The nurse observes that the nitrazine paper turns bright blue. The nurse’s next action should be to:
- 4615The healthcare provider (HCP) has prescribed prostaglandin gel to be administered vaginally to a newly admitted primigravid client. Which finding indicates that the client has had a therapeutic response to the medication?
- 4616A primigravid client is admitted as an outpatient for an external cephalic version. Which factor would be a contraindication for the procedure?
- 4617A primigravida is admitted to the labor area with ruptured membranes and contractions occurring every 2 to 3 minutes, lasting 45 seconds. After 3 hours of labor, the client’s contractions are now every 7 to 10 minutes, lasting 30 seconds. The nurse administers oxytocin as prescribed. The expected outcome of this drug is:
- 4618A primigravid client in the second stage of labor feels the urge to push. The client has had no analgesia or anesthesia. Anatomically, what would be the best position for the client to assume?