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MCH guidelines Waaaaaaaa! You have 4 waiting in triage Push it! Should I call the fellow?
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What is hemolysis, elevated liver enzymes, low platelets
HELLP stands for...
100
What is NAS observation
96 hours observation
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Pregnancy test! (Or postpartum up to 6 weeks; otherwise they go to the ED)
Patient must have this positive test to be seen in triage
100
What is 6 cm
Dilation active phase of stage I labor
100
Previous preeclampsia, family history, primiparity, age >40, IVF, diabetes, obesity
Risk factors for preeclampsia name 3
200
What is
Preeclampsia:140/90 (plus proteinuria)
Preeclampsia with severe features: 160/110 (no need for proteinuria)

Severe features: creatinine doubled from baseline or greater than 1.1; headache or blurred vision; transaminases doubled; severe epigastric or RUQ pain; thrombocytopenia with platelets less than 100k; pulmonary edema
Antepartum blood pressure for preeclampsia and preeclampsia with severe features
200
8 times (About every 3 hours)
Minimum amount of times that a baby should feed in a 24 hour period
200
What is trichomonas, bacterial vaginitis, canidida
Infections that vaginal pathogen panel tests for
200
What is HELPERR
Help!
Evaluate for Episiotomy
Legs- McRoberts
Suprapubric pressure
Enter: rotational maneuvers
Remove posterior arm
Roll patient on hands and knees
Mnemonic for shoulders dystocia
200
Rh status! May need Rhogam
32 year old female at 12 weeks who presents with vaginal bleeding. she has not had any prenatal care. The lab to get.
300
What is 150/100
definition of well controlled postpartum blood pressures
300
What is ampicillin and gentamicin
Empiric treatment for neonatal sepsis
300
What is pooling, nitrazine positive, pooling positive
The three signs of SROM
300
What is methergine
Medication for postpartum hemorrhage to not give to hypertensive patient
300
What is active labor in patient with pregestational diabetes or gestational diabetes
Indications for starting insulin drip
400
48 hours
Duration of monitoring of baby born >37 weeks to a mother with unknown GBS status
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0.2 or greater
IT ratio when you would need to be concerned about sepsis
400
Doxylamine or vitamin B6 or ginger
One of the first line treatments for hyperemesis gravidarum
400
What is tone, trauma, tissue, thrombin
The 4 Ts of postpartum hemorrhage
400
What is nifedipine
First choice of tocolytic in preterm labor
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10 or greater
COWS score would you think of starting Subutex in a pregnant woman in moderate withdrawal
500
What is familial porphyria
The single contraindication for phototherapy for newborns
500
What is sensitivity is 41% and specificity is 86%. Fetal fibornectin is a test for assessing for preterm labor within 2 weeks. Not useful if positive. High negative predictive value. Must be used 24-36 weeks.
Sensitivity and specificity ( within 10%) of fetal fibronectin
500
What is DR C BRAVADO
Define Risk
Contractions
Baseline Rate
Variability
Accelerations
Decelerations
Overall assessment ( category I,II,III)
The mnemonic for interpretation of fetal heart tracings
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Call the fellow, add to beta book
The next step before they leave if they have a positive hCG with nothing in the uterus on ultrasound




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