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The nurse who is monitoring EFM realizes that suddenly there is no tracking of the FHR. What is the nurse’s priority action? a. Immeadietely notify the physician. b. Check placement of the ultrasound transducer and ensure correct placement for optimum recording of fetal heart rate to see if the baby changed positions. c. Administer 8-10 L/min of oxygen to the mom and turn on her left side because the fetus is compromised.
b. Check placement of the ultrasound transducer and ensure correct placement for optimum recording of fetal heart rate to see if the baby changed positions.
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8. The nurse recognizes which fetal heart rate (FHR) changes indicate a reactive nonstress test?
Two episodes of acceleration (>15 beats/minute, lasting >15 seconds) related to fetal movement in a 20-minute period
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Which fetal heart rate (FHR) finding would concern the nurse during labor? Late decelerations
Late decelerations are caused by uteroplacental insufficiency and are associated with fetal hypoxemia. They are considered ominous if persistent and uncorrected.
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While monitoring a client in active labor, the nurse observes on the fetal monitor a pattern of a 15-beat increase in the fetal heart rate that lasts 15 to 20 seconds. Which information should the nurse report during a shift change?
This is a sign of fetal accelerations; indicating fetal well being with labor progression
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At what point is fetal heart rate able to be auscultated during pregnancy?
10-12 weeks.
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After artificial rupture of membranes (AROM), the baseline fetal heart rate tracking begins to show sharp decreases with a rapid recovery with and between contractions. Which of the following actions by the RN has priority? 1. Position the client on her left side 2. Increase the IV fluid rate 3. Place the client in the knee-chest position 4. Administer oxygen per tight face mask
Place the client in the knee-chest position
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Which of the following is the priority nursing action of a nurse preparing to begin EFM on a patient? a. place the tocotransducer on the patient’s abdomen where the fundus is b. explain the purpose of the EFM and the procedure of EFM Placement to the patient c. begin using the ultrasound transducer to find the fetal heart rate d. none of the above
b. explain the purpose of the EFM and the procedure of EFM Placement to the patient
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A client receiving epidural anesthesia begins to experience nausea and becomes pale and clammy. What intervention should the nurse implement first? a. raise the foot of the bed b. assess for vaginal bleeding c. evaluate the fetal heart rate d. take the client’s blood pressure
a. raise the foot of the bed
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The nurse providing care for the laboring woman should understand that late fetal heart rate decelerations are the result of:
Uteroplacental insufficiency.Uteroplacental insufficiency would result in late decelerations in the FHR
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What is the normal fetal heart rate?
110-160 bpm
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