Midwifery trial questions (miscellaneous) 1
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Midwifery trial questions (miscellaneous) 1

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1. A senior high school (SHS) student approached you with a complaint that, she usually experiences heavy and prolonged bleeding whenever she has her menses. You are likely to diagnose her as having

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2. A patient is in her last trimester. Midwife Anderson will notify her to report if she notices____

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3. Neonates of mothers with diabetes are at risk for which complication following birth

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4. A client walks in and says she is in labour. Which question should the midwife ask?

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5. All except which of the following about vasectomy is true?

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6. Bulbourethral gland is also known as

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7. What is the most common cause of postpartum haemorrhage?

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8. The urethra passes through the _______ of the penis.

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9. Where are luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) produced?

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10. A baby is born precipitously in the ER. The nurses initial action should be to:

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11. After reviewing the client’s maternal history of magnesium sulfate during labour, which condition would the nurse anticipate as a potential problem in the neonate?

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12. At which stage of the uterine cycle does the menstrual phase occur?

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13. After examining the client , the midwife determines that the occuput is at -1 station.. This means the presenting part is

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14. Which period of gestation does the 3rd trimester represent?

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15. A client is diagnosed of gestational trophoblastic disease and orders an ultrasonography. This will reveal

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16. A postpartum nurse is providing instructions to the mother of a newborn infant with hyperbilirubinemia who is being breastfed. The nurse provides which most appropriate instructions to the mother?

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17. Between 20 to 40 weeks, which procedure is used to detect fetal anomalies?

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18. A client in labour calls out to the midwife that the baby is coming. What is the midwives first action ?

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19. A client with eclampsia begins to experience a seizure. Which of the following would the nurse do first?

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20. Which period of gestation does the 1st trimester represent?

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21. The nurse is aware that a neonate of a mother with diabetes is at risk for what complication

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22. Which male structure is homologous to the female clitoris

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23. Which hormone is the corpus luteum responsible for producing?

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24. When performing a newborn assessment, the nurse should measure the vital signs in the following sequence:

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25. Vitamin K is prescribed for a neonate. A nurse prepares to administer the medication in which muscle site?

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26. At which stage in the uterine cycle does the proliferative phase occur?

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27. A woman delivers a 3,250 g neonate at 42 weeks’ gestation. Which physical finding is expected during an examination if this neonate?

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28. Quickening can be felt at which time of gestation?

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29. At 22 weeks gestation where would you expect to find the uterine fundus?

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30. Soon after delivery a neonate is admitted to the central nursery. The nursery nurse begins the initial assessment by

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