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Check for reflexes after delivery! Look at this lil cutie haha
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fetal heart monitor interpretation
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fetal heart monitor interpretation

A 60-item NCLEX-style examination all about Obstetrical Nursing. This exam has questions that will help you prepare for your boards or NCLEX.

Maternity Nursing NCLEX Practice Quiz: 500+ Questions (Updated for 2021)

The #1 NCLEX practice questions for maternity nursing (OB nursing)! Includes 500+ practice questions that will help you pass the NCLEX.

This is an awesome video that I found on youtube. It teaches you how to perform a proper obstetrical abdominal assessment with Leopolds maneuvers. Its 14 minutes long, so BE PATIENT! Click here.

Leopold's Maneuvers

obstetrical abdominal assessment with Leopold's maneuvers

A baby born without skin, (aplasia cutis congenita). It died shortly after being born.

A baby born without skin, (aplasia cutis congenita). It died shortly after being born.

Leopold's maneuvers, also How to Assess Fundal Height, FHT, and the 'Art' of Midwifery

Leopold's Maneuvers

obstetrical abdominal assessment with Leopold's maneuvers

"The cervix does not open as depicted in obstetric dilatation models ie. in a nice neat circle (Sutton 2001). It opens from the back to the front like an ellipse."

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Explanation of McRoberts use for shoulder dystocia
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Can shoulder dystocia be resolved without fetal injury when it does occur?

Shoulder Dystocia is a dangerous injury which occurs during birth. This site

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Ped Drug Chart

A Short Cervix. Explained by OB Focus: High Risk Pregnancy Directory

Short Cervix in Pregnancy

What is a short cervix? Find out how a short cervix can affect your pregnancy, and how it is treated.

Cephalohematoma is a collection of blood under the periosteum of a skull bone. Because of its location, it is impossible for cephalohematoma to cross suture lines. If more than one bone is affected, there will be a separation between the two areas at the suture line as seen in this photo -- the sagittal suture separates the bilateral parietal cephalohematomas. On palpation, these areas feel fluctuent.

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A healthy cervix throughout a full cycle... know your body!!

Age 25 – Entire Cycle | Beautiful Cervix Project

This 25 year old woman has never given birth and has no history of STIs. Each photo was taken at approximately 10:00 pm every day starting the first day of her menstrual cycle. For the duration of this project, she used condoms as her birth control method so as not to introduce semenal fluid into […]

A look at how incompetent cervix is diagnosed and treated in pregnancy.
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How Cervical Incompetence Is Treated

Learn the basics of the incompetent cervix and what you can do about it to prolong your pregnancy and protect your baby.

Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome (TTTS) and other complications of monochorionic (shared placenta) twin pregnancies like unequal placental sharing are generally diagnosed by ultrasound. These problems do not occur in twins who have two placentas (dichorionic, DC), and therefore it is important to distinguish between MC and DC twins at an ultrasound examination. The earlier in pregnancy, the easier this can be achieved.
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Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome (TTTS) and other complications of monochorionic (shared placenta) twin pregnancies like unequal placental sharing are generally diagnosed by ultrasound. These problems do not occur in twins who have two placentas (dichorionic, DC), and therefore it is important to distinguish between MC and DC twins at an ultrasound examination. The earlier in pregnancy, the easier this can be achieved.
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Anemia
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Anemia