Sherry A. wanted to share this as a post:
When a Nitrazine test is positive, some amniotic fluid may be found in the woman’s vaginal cavity.
To find out in pregnant women if [click to continue…]
Shannon S. shared this information for the Greenes-Schutzman scalp score that she had a hard time finding.
There are 4 risk points from 0 to 3. The risk point for ages less than 12 months is 0 (no hematoma, frontal). The risk point for ages 6 to 11 months is [click to continue…]
Full cervical dilatation, delivery of the infant, and passage of the placenta are the 3 stages of labor.
In the first stage, there are 3 phases; latent, active, and deceleration.
In the early (latent) phase, contractions are stronger, [click to continue…]
HELLP syndrome happens to about 1 to 2 out of 1,000 women who are pregnant.
H = hemolysis
EL = elevated liver enzymes [click to continue…]
Diastasis recti is a division of the abdomen area. The rectus abdominis muscle is divided into left and right halves.
It stretches from the belly button to the base of the breastbone [click to continue…]
Spider angiomas are atypical groups of blood vessels close to the surface of the skin. Spider angiomas look like spider legs. The exact cause is [click to continue…]
A device used in vehicle extrication to take victims out of motor vehicles is called a KED board. KED stands for Kendrick Extrication Device.
The KED secures the [click to continue…]
I had a few questions this week on and vs. or. I will share the information that I found on it.
The patient denies fevers or chills.
The patient denies fevers and chills.
The question was [click to continue…]
UPEP or urine protein electrophoresis is a state in which an atypical protein is in the blood. A test calculates approximate specific proteins you have in urine. A clean-catch sample of urine is needed. Two types of protein are detected called [click to continue…]