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Basic tutorial - Scala.js
FullOptStage (by default, the stage is FastOptStage ) Automatically Creating a Launcher Before creating another HTML file which includes the fully optimized JavaScript, we are going to introduce another feature of the sbt plugin. <span>Since the sbt plugin is able to detect the JSApp object of the application, there is no need to repeat this in the HTML file. If you add the following setting to your build.sbt , sbt will create a scala-js-tutorial-launcher.js file which calls the main method: persistLauncher := true In our HTML page, we can now include this file instead of the manual launcher: <span><script




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What immunizations may be administered to a patient pre-conception (if non-immune)?
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rubella & varicella


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What DM meds are considered safe in pregnancy?
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Metformin/Glucophage


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What Hb A1C level is ideal in pregnancy?
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<6.5


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OB Hx
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If 3 or more consecutive early losses or any mid-trimester loss, consider:
• Thrombophilia testing
• Hysterosonogram (HSG) to check for abnormalities of uterine cavity
• Genetic Counselling +/- maternal and paternal karyotyping
• Cervical cerclage at 13-14 weeks of pregnancy (for cervical insufficiency only)
• Medications: low dose ASA (if previous PET/or high risk for PET), evidence of previous placental abruption/thrombosis)
• Progesterone supplementation (some evidence in luteal phase defects and prevention of preterm labour.

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If 3 or more consecutive early losses or any mid-trimester loss, consider:
[...] testing
• Hysterosonogram (HSG) to check for abnormalities of uterine cavity
• Genetic Counselling +/- maternal and paternal karyotyping
• Cervical cerclage at 13-14 weeks of pregnancy (for cervical insufficiency only)
• Medications: low dose ASA (if previous PET/or high risk for PET), evidence of previous placental abruption/thrombosis)
• Progesterone supplementation (some evidence in luteal phase defects and prevention of preterm labour.
Answer
Thrombophilia


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OB Hx
If 3 or more consecutive early losses or any mid-trimester loss, consider: • Thrombophilia testing • Hysterosonogram (HSG) to check for abnormalities of uterine cavity • Genetic Counselling +/- maternal and paternal karyotyping • Cervical cerclage at 13-14 week







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If 3 or more consecutive early losses or any mid-trimester loss, consider:
• Thrombophilia testing
• Hysterosonogram (HSG) to check for [...]
• Genetic Counselling +/- maternal and paternal karyotyping
• Cervical cerclage at 13-14 weeks of pregnancy (for cervical insufficiency only)
• Medications: low dose ASA (if previous PET/or high risk for PET), evidence of previous placental abruption/thrombosis)
• Progesterone supplementation (some evidence in luteal phase defects and prevention of preterm labour.
Answer
abnormalities of uterine cavity


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OB Hx
If 3 or more consecutive early losses or any mid-trimester loss, consider: • Thrombophilia testing • Hysterosonogram (HSG) to check for abnormalities of uterine cavity • Genetic Counselling +/- maternal and paternal karyotyping • Cervical cerclage at 13-14 weeks of pregnancy (for cervical insufficiency only) • Medications: low dose ASA







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If 3 or more consecutive early losses or any mid-trimester loss, consider:
• Thrombophilia testing
• Hysterosonogram (HSG) to check for abnormalities of uterine cavity
• Genetic Counselling +/- maternal and paternal karyotyping
[...] (for cervical insufficiency only)
• Medications: low dose ASA (if previous PET/or high risk for PET), evidence of previous placental abruption/thrombosis)
• Progesterone supplementation (some evidence in luteal phase defects and prevention of preterm labour.
Answer
Cervical cerclage at 13-14 weeks of pregnancy


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more consecutive early losses or any mid-trimester loss, consider: • Thrombophilia testing • Hysterosonogram (HSG) to check for abnormalities of uterine cavity • Genetic Counselling +/- maternal and paternal karyotyping • <span>Cervical cerclage at 13-14 weeks of pregnancy (for cervical insufficiency only) • Medications: low dose ASA (if previous PET/or high risk for PET), evidence of previous placental abruption/thrombosis) • Progesterone suppl







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If 3 or more consecutive early losses or any mid-trimester loss, consider:
• Thrombophilia testing
• Hysterosonogram (HSG) to check for abnormalities of uterine cavity
• Genetic Counselling +/- maternal and paternal karyotyping
• Cervical cerclage at 13-14 weeks of pregnancy (for cervical insufficiency only)
• Medications: low dose ASA (if previous PET/or high risk for PET), evidence of previous placental abruption/thrombosis)
[...] supplementation (some evidence in luteal phase defects and prevention of preterm labour.
Answer
Progesterone


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d paternal karyotyping • Cervical cerclage at 13-14 weeks of pregnancy (for cervical insufficiency only) • Medications: low dose ASA (if previous PET/or high risk for PET), evidence of previous placental abruption/thrombosis) • <span>Progesterone supplementation (some evidence in luteal phase defects and prevention of preterm labour.<span><body><html>







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If 3 or more consecutive early losses or any mid-trimester loss, consider:
• Thrombophilia testing
• Hysterosonogram (HSG) to check for abnormalities of uterine cavity
• Genetic Counselling +/- maternal and paternal karyotyping
• Cervical cerclage at 13-14 weeks of pregnancy (for cervical insufficiency only)
• Medications: low dose [...] (if previous PET/or high risk for PET), evidence of previous placental abruption/thrombosis)
• Progesterone supplementation (some evidence in luteal phase defects and prevention of preterm labour.
Answer
ASA


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OB Hx
rosonogram (HSG) to check for abnormalities of uterine cavity • Genetic Counselling +/- maternal and paternal karyotyping • Cervical cerclage at 13-14 weeks of pregnancy (for cervical insufficiency only) • Medications: low dose <span>ASA (if previous PET/or high risk for PET), evidence of previous placental abruption/thrombosis) • Progesterone supplementation (some evidence in luteal phase defects and prevention of







Dx of pregnancy: presumptive signs
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Presumptive Signs of pregnancy: (remember other possible diagnoses)
• amenorrhea in a woman in the reproductive age group, with previously regular cycles
• Chadwick’s sign: bluish discolouration of the walls of the vagina and cervix due to increased vascularity of the pelvis
• breast changes: tenderness, darkening of the areolae, prominence of Montgomery’s follicles (aka tubercles), prominent vascular patterns
• subjective phenomena: fatigue, urinary frequency, digestive disturbances (nausea, vomiting, constipation, dyspepsia)
• perception of fetal movement by the patient (quickening); expect by ~20 weeks gestation, earlier in multiparous women
• localized changes in skin pigmentation (e.g. Chloasma or “mask” of pregnancy)
• development of abdominal (and possibly breast) striae

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Presumptive Signs of pregnancy: (remember other possible diagnoses)
[...] in a woman in the reproductive age group, with previously regular cycles
• Chadwick’s sign: bluish discolouration of the walls of the vagina and cervix due to increased vascularity of the pelvis
• breast changes: tenderness, darkening of the areolae, prominence of Montgomery’s follicles (aka tubercles), prominent vascular patterns
• subjective phenomena: fatigue, urinary frequency, digestive disturbances (nausea, vomiting, constipation, dyspepsia)
• perception of fetal movement by the patient (quickening); expect by ~20 weeks gestation, earlier in multiparous women
• localized changes in skin pigmentation (e.g. Chloasma or “mask” of pregnancy)
• development of abdominal (and possibly breast) striae
Answer
amenorrhea


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Dx of pregnancy: presumptive signs
Presumptive Signs of pregnancy: (remember other possible diagnoses) • amenorrhea in a woman in the reproductive age group, with previously regular cycles • Chadwick’s sign: bluish discolouration of the walls of the vagina and cervix due to increased vascularity







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Presumptive Signs of pregnancy: (remember other possible diagnoses)
• amenorrhea in a woman in the reproductive age group, with previously regular cycles
[...] sign: bluish discolouration of the walls of the vagina and cervix due to increased vascularity of the pelvis
• breast changes: tenderness, darkening of the areolae, prominence of Montgomery’s follicles (aka tubercles), prominent vascular patterns
• subjective phenomena: fatigue, urinary frequency, digestive disturbances (nausea, vomiting, constipation, dyspepsia)
• perception of fetal movement by the patient (quickening); expect by ~20 weeks gestation, earlier in multiparous women
• localized changes in skin pigmentation (e.g. Chloasma or “mask” of pregnancy)
• development of abdominal (and possibly breast) striae
Answer
Chadwick’s


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Dx of pregnancy: presumptive signs
Presumptive Signs of pregnancy: (remember other possible diagnoses) • amenorrhea in a woman in the reproductive age group, with previously regular cycles • Chadwick’s sign: bluish discolouration of the walls of the vagina and cervix due to increased vascularity of the pelvis • breast changes: tenderness, darkening of the areolae, prominence of M







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Presumptive Signs of pregnancy: (remember other possible diagnoses)
• amenorrhea in a woman in the reproductive age group, with previously regular cycles
• Chadwick’s sign: [...]
• breast changes: tenderness, darkening of the areolae, prominence of Montgomery’s follicles (aka tubercles), prominent vascular patterns
• subjective phenomena: fatigue, urinary frequency, digestive disturbances (nausea, vomiting, constipation, dyspepsia)
• perception of fetal movement by the patient (quickening); expect by ~20 weeks gestation, earlier in multiparous women
• localized changes in skin pigmentation (e.g. Chloasma or “mask” of pregnancy)
• development of abdominal (and possibly breast) striae
Answer
bluish discolouration of the walls of the vagina and cervix due to increased vascularity of the pelvis


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Dx of pregnancy: presumptive signs
Presumptive Signs of pregnancy: (remember other possible diagnoses) • amenorrhea in a woman in the reproductive age group, with previously regular cycles • Chadwick’s sign: bluish discolouration of the walls of the vagina and cervix due to increased vascularity of the pelvis • breast changes: tenderness, darkening of the areolae, prominence of Montgomery’s follicles (aka tubercles), prominent vascular patterns • subjective phenomena: fatigue, urin







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Presumptive Signs of pregnancy: (remember other possible diagnoses)
• amenorrhea in a woman in the reproductive age group, with previously regular cycles
• Chadwick’s sign: bluish discolouration of the walls of the vagina and cervix due to increased vascularity of the pelvis
• breast changes: [...]
• subjective phenomena: fatigue, urinary frequency, digestive disturbances (nausea, vomiting, constipation, dyspepsia)
• perception of fetal movement by the patient (quickening); expect by ~20 weeks gestation, earlier in multiparous women
• localized changes in skin pigmentation (e.g. Chloasma or “mask” of pregnancy)
• development of abdominal (and possibly breast) striae
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tenderness, darkening of the areolae, prominence of Montgomery’s follicles (aka tubercles), prominent vascular patterns


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Dx of pregnancy: presumptive signs
) • amenorrhea in a woman in the reproductive age group, with previously regular cycles • Chadwick’s sign: bluish discolouration of the walls of the vagina and cervix due to increased vascularity of the pelvis • breast changes: <span>tenderness, darkening of the areolae, prominence of Montgomery’s follicles (aka tubercles), prominent vascular patterns • subjective phenomena: fatigue, urinary frequency, digestive disturbances (nausea, vomiting, constipation, dyspepsia) • perception of fetal movement by the patient (quickenin







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Presumptive Signs of pregnancy: (remember other possible diagnoses)
• amenorrhea in a woman in the reproductive age group, with previously regular cycles
• Chadwick’s sign: bluish discolouration of the walls of the vagina and cervix due to increased vascularity of the pelvis
• breast changes: tenderness, darkening of the areolae, prominence of Montgomery’s follicles (aka tubercles), prominent vascular patterns
• subjective phenomena: [...]
• perception of fetal movement by the patient (quickening); expect by ~20 weeks gestation, earlier in multiparous women
• localized changes in skin pigmentation (e.g. Chloasma or “mask” of pregnancy)
• development of abdominal (and possibly breast) striae
Answer
fatigue, urinary frequency, digestive disturbances (nausea, vomiting, constipation, dyspepsia)


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Dx of pregnancy: presumptive signs
ls of the vagina and cervix due to increased vascularity of the pelvis • breast changes: tenderness, darkening of the areolae, prominence of Montgomery’s follicles (aka tubercles), prominent vascular patterns • subjective phenomena: <span>fatigue, urinary frequency, digestive disturbances (nausea, vomiting, constipation, dyspepsia) • perception of fetal movement by the patient (quickening); expect by ~20 weeks gestation, earlier in multiparous women • localized changes in skin pigmentation (e.g. Chloasma







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Presumptive Signs of pregnancy: (remember other possible diagnoses)
• amenorrhea in a woman in the reproductive age group, with previously regular cycles
• Chadwick’s sign: bluish discolouration of the walls of the vagina and cervix due to increased vascularity of the pelvis
• breast changes: tenderness, darkening of the areolae, prominence of Montgomery’s follicles (aka tubercles), prominent vascular patterns
• subjective phenomena: fatigue, urinary frequency, digestive disturbances (nausea, vomiting, constipation, dyspepsia)
• perception of [...]
• localized changes in skin pigmentation (e.g. Chloasma or “mask” of pregnancy)
• development of abdominal (and possibly breast) striae
Answer
fetal movement by the patient (quickening); expect by ~20 weeks gestation, earlier in multiparous women


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Dx of pregnancy: presumptive signs
of the areolae, prominence of Montgomery’s follicles (aka tubercles), prominent vascular patterns • subjective phenomena: fatigue, urinary frequency, digestive disturbances (nausea, vomiting, constipation, dyspepsia) • perception of <span>fetal movement by the patient (quickening); expect by ~20 weeks gestation, earlier in multiparous women • localized changes in skin pigmentation (e.g. Chloasma or “mask” of pregnancy) • development of abdominal (and possibly breast) striae <span><body><html>







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Presumptive Signs of pregnancy: (remember other possible diagnoses)
• amenorrhea in a woman in the reproductive age group, with previously regular cycles
• Chadwick’s sign: bluish discolouration of the walls of the vagina and cervix due to increased vascularity of the pelvis
• breast changes: tenderness, darkening of the areolae, prominence of Montgomery’s follicles (aka tubercles), prominent vascular patterns
• subjective phenomena: fatigue, urinary frequency, digestive disturbances (nausea, vomiting, constipation, dyspepsia)
• perception of fetal movement by the patient (quickening); expect by ~20 weeks gestation, earlier in multiparous women
• localized changes in [...]
• development of abdominal (and possibly breast) striae
Answer
skin pigmentation (e.g. Chloasma or “mask” of pregnancy)


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Dx of pregnancy: presumptive signs
ue, urinary frequency, digestive disturbances (nausea, vomiting, constipation, dyspepsia) • perception of fetal movement by the patient (quickening); expect by ~20 weeks gestation, earlier in multiparous women • localized changes in <span>skin pigmentation (e.g. Chloasma or “mask” of pregnancy) • development of abdominal (and possibly breast) striae <span><body><html>







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Presumptive Signs of pregnancy: (remember other possible diagnoses)
• amenorrhea in a woman in the reproductive age group, with previously regular cycles
• Chadwick’s sign: bluish discolouration of the walls of the vagina and cervix due to increased vascularity of the pelvis
• breast changes: tenderness, darkening of the areolae, prominence of Montgomery’s follicles (aka tubercles), prominent vascular patterns
• subjective phenomena: fatigue, urinary frequency, digestive disturbances (nausea, vomiting, constipation, dyspepsia)
• perception of fetal movement by the patient (quickening); expect by ~20 weeks gestation, earlier in multiparous women
• localized changes in skin pigmentation (e.g. Chloasma or “mask” of pregnancy)
• development of [...]
Answer
abdominal (and possibly breast) striae


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Dx of pregnancy: presumptive signs
dyspepsia) • perception of fetal movement by the patient (quickening); expect by ~20 weeks gestation, earlier in multiparous women • localized changes in skin pigmentation (e.g. Chloasma or “mask” of pregnancy) • development of <span>abdominal (and possibly breast) striae <span><body><html>







Dx of pregnancy: Probable Signs
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Probable Signs:
• Enlargement of the abdomen
• Enlargement of the uterus
• Hegar’s sign: softening of the cervix

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Probable Signs:
• Enlargement of the [...]
• Enlargement of the uterus
• Hegar’s sign: softening of the cervix
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abdomen


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Dx of pregnancy: Probable Signs
Probable Signs: • Enlargement of the abdomen • Enlargement of the uterus • Hegar’s sign: softening of the cervix







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Probable Signs:
• Enlargement of the abdomen
• Enlargement of the [...]
• Hegar’s sign: softening of the cervix
Answer
uterus


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Dx of pregnancy: Probable Signs
Probable Signs: • Enlargement of the abdomen • Enlargement of the uterus • Hegar’s sign: softening of the cervix







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Probable Signs:
• Enlargement of the abdomen
• Enlargement of the uterus
[...] sign: softening of the cervix
Answer
Hegar’s


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Dx of pregnancy: Probable Signs
Probable Signs: • Enlargement of the abdomen • Enlargement of the uterus • Hegar’s sign: softening of the cervix







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Probable Signs:
• Enlargement of the abdomen
• Enlargement of the uterus
• Hegar’s sign: [...]
Answer
softening of the cervix


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Dx of pregnancy: Probable Signs
Probable Signs: • Enlargement of the abdomen • Enlargement of the uterus • Hegar’s sign: softening of the cervix







Dx of pregnancy: Positive Signs
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Positive Signs:
• Auscultation of the fetal heart
• Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner
• Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound)
• Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG; the serum is positive by 9 days post conception; plasma levels double every 48 hours to a maximum at 8-10 weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider missed abortion or ectopic pregnancy; if the β-hCG is higher than expected consider twins or molar pregnancy)
• β-hCG may also be detected in urine (28 days after last menstrual period)

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Positive Signs:
• Auscultation of the [...]
• Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner
• Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound)
• Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG, a peptide hormone produced by the placenta; has alpha and beta subunits; the serum is positive by 9 days post conception; plasma levels double every 48 hours to a maximum at 8-10 weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider missed abortion or ectopic pregnancy; if the β-hCG is higher than expected consider twins or molar pregnancy)
• β-hCG may also be detected in urine (28 days after last menstrual period)
Answer
fetal heart


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Dx of pregnancy: Positive Signs
Positive Signs: • Auscultation of the fetal heart • Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner • Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fet







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Positive Signs:
• Auscultation of the fetal heart
• Perception of [...] by an experienced examiner
• Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound)
• Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG, a peptide hormone produced by the placenta; has alpha and beta subunits; the serum is positive by 9 days post conception; plasma levels double every 48 hours to a maximum at 8-10 weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider missed abortion or ectopic pregnancy; if the β-hCG is higher than expected consider twins or molar pregnancy)
• β-hCG may also be detected in urine (28 days after last menstrual period)
Answer
fetal movement


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Dx of pregnancy: Positive Signs
Positive Signs: • Auscultation of the fetal heart • Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner • Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (tra







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Positive Signs:
• Auscultation of the fetal heart
• Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner
• Demonstration of a [...] by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound)
• Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG, a peptide hormone produced by the placenta; has alpha and beta subunits; the serum is positive by 9 days post conception; plasma levels double every 48 hours to a maximum at 8-10 weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider missed abortion or ectopic pregnancy; if the β-hCG is higher than expected consider twins or molar pregnancy)
• β-hCG may also be detected in urine (28 days after last menstrual period)
Answer
fetus


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Dx of pregnancy: Positive Signs
Positive Signs: • Auscultation of the fetal heart • Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner • Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound) • Positive pregnancy test: prese







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Positive Signs:
• Auscultation of the fetal heart
• Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner
• Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: [...] visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound)
• Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG, a peptide hormone produced by the placenta; has alpha and beta subunits; the serum is positive by 9 days post conception; plasma levels double every 48 hours to a maximum at 8-10 weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider missed abortion or ectopic pregnancy; if the β-hCG is higher than expected consider twins or molar pregnancy)
• β-hCG may also be detected in urine (28 days after last menstrual period)
Answer
intrauterine sac


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Dx of pregnancy: Positive Signs
Positive Signs: • Auscultation of the fetal heart • Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner • Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound) • Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG, a peptide hormone







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Positive Signs:
• Auscultation of the fetal heart
• Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner
• Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by [...] weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound)
• Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG, a peptide hormone produced by the placenta; has alpha and beta subunits; the serum is positive by 9 days post conception; plasma levels double every 48 hours to a maximum at 8-10 weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider missed abortion or ectopic pregnancy; if the β-hCG is higher than expected consider twins or molar pregnancy)
• β-hCG may also be detected in urine (28 days after last menstrual period)
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5


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Dx of pregnancy: Positive Signs
Positive Signs: • Auscultation of the fetal heart • Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner • Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound) • Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG, a peptide hormone produced by t







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Positive Signs:
• Auscultation of the fetal heart
• Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner
• Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks [...], fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound)
• Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG, a peptide hormone produced by the placenta; has alpha and beta subunits; the serum is positive by 9 days post conception; plasma levels double every 48 hours to a maximum at 8-10 weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider missed abortion or ectopic pregnancy; if the β-hCG is higher than expected consider twins or molar pregnancy)
• β-hCG may also be detected in urine (28 days after last menstrual period)
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amenorrhea


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Dx of pregnancy: Positive Signs
Positive Signs: • Auscultation of the fetal heart • Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner • Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound) • Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG, a peptide hormone produced by the placenta; has







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Positive Signs:
• Auscultation of the fetal heart
• Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner
• Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, [...] at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound)
• Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG, a peptide hormone produced by the placenta; has alpha and beta subunits; the serum is positive by 9 days post conception; plasma levels double every 48 hours to a maximum at 8-10 weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider missed abortion or ectopic pregnancy; if the β-hCG is higher than expected consider twins or molar pregnancy)
• β-hCG may also be detected in urine (28 days after last menstrual period)
Answer
fetal pole


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Dx of pregnancy: Positive Signs
ead><head>Positive Signs: • Auscultation of the fetal heart • Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner • Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound) • Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG, a peptide hormone produced by the placenta; has alpha and be







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Positive Signs:
• Auscultation of the fetal heart
• Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner
• Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at [...] weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound)
• Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG, a peptide hormone produced by the placenta; has alpha and beta subunits; the serum is positive by 9 days post conception; plasma levels double every 48 hours to a maximum at 8-10 weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider missed abortion or ectopic pregnancy; if the β-hCG is higher than expected consider twins or molar pregnancy)
• β-hCG may also be detected in urine (28 days after last menstrual period)
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6


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Dx of pregnancy: Positive Signs
dy>Positive Signs: • Auscultation of the fetal heart • Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner • Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound) • Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG, a peptide hormone produced by the placenta; has alpha and beta su







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Positive Signs:
• Auscultation of the fetal heart
• Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner
• Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, [...] at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound)
• Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG, a peptide hormone produced by the placenta; has alpha and beta subunits; the serum is positive by 9 days post conception; plasma levels double every 48 hours to a maximum at 8-10 weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider missed abortion or ectopic pregnancy; if the β-hCG is higher than expected consider twins or molar pregnancy)
• β-hCG may also be detected in urine (28 days after last menstrual period)
Answer
fetal cardiac activity


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Dx of pregnancy: Positive Signs
Positive Signs: • Auscultation of the fetal heart • Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner • Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound) • Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG, a peptide hormone produced by the placenta; has alpha and beta subunits; the serum is positive







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Positive Signs:
• Auscultation of the fetal heart
• Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner
• Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at [...] weeks (transvaginal ultrasound)
• Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG, a peptide hormone produced by the placenta; has alpha and beta subunits; the serum is positive by 9 days post conception; plasma levels double every 48 hours to a maximum at 8-10 weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider missed abortion or ectopic pregnancy; if the β-hCG is higher than expected consider twins or molar pregnancy)
• β-hCG may also be detected in urine (28 days after last menstrual period)
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7-8


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Dx of pregnancy: Positive Signs
• Auscultation of the fetal heart • Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner • Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at <span>7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound) • Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG, a peptide hormone produced by the placenta; has alpha and beta subunits; the serum is positive by 9 da







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Positive Signs:
• Auscultation of the fetal heart
• Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner
• Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks ([...])
• Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG, a peptide hormone produced by the placenta; has alpha and beta subunits; the serum is positive by 9 days post conception; plasma levels double every 48 hours to a maximum at 8-10 weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider missed abortion or ectopic pregnancy; if the β-hCG is higher than expected consider twins or molar pregnancy)
• β-hCG may also be detected in urine (28 days after last menstrual period)
Answer
transvaginal ultrasound


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Dx of pregnancy: Positive Signs
tion of the fetal heart • Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner • Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (<span>transvaginal ultrasound) • Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG, a peptide hormone produced by the placenta; has alpha and beta subunits; the serum is positive by 9 days post conception; plasma leve







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Positive Signs:
• Auscultation of the fetal heart
• Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner
• Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound)
• Positive pregnancy test: presence of [...]; the serum is positive by 9 days post conception; plasma levels double every 48 hours to a maximum at 8-10 weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider missed abortion or ectopic pregnancy; if the β-hCG is higher than expected consider twins or molar pregnancy)
• β-hCG may also be detected in urine (28 days after last menstrual period)
Answer
β-hCG


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Dx of pregnancy: Positive Signs
perienced examiner • Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound) • Positive pregnancy test: presence of <span>β-hCG; the serum is positive by 9 days post conception; plasma levels double every 48 hours to a maximum at 8-10 weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG







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Positive Signs:
• Auscultation of the fetal heart
• Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner
• Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound)
• Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG; the serum is positive by [...] days post conception; plasma levels double every 48 hours to a maximum at 8-10 weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider missed abortion or ectopic pregnancy; if the β-hCG is higher than expected consider twins or molar pregnancy)
• β-hCG may also be detected in urine (28 days after last menstrual period)
Answer
9


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Dx of pregnancy: Positive Signs
tration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound) • Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG; the serum is positive by <span>9 days post conception; plasma levels double every 48 hours to a maximum at 8-10 weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider missed a







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Positive Signs:
• Auscultation of the fetal heart
• Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner
• Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound)
• Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG; the serum is positive by 9 days post conception; plasma levels double every [...] hours to a maximum at 8-10 weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider missed abortion or ectopic pregnancy; if the β-hCG is higher than expected consider twins or molar pregnancy)
• β-hCG may also be detected in urine (28 days after last menstrual period)
Answer
48


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Dx of pregnancy: Positive Signs
visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound) • Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG; the serum is positive by 9 days post conception; plasma levels double every <span>48 hours to a maximum at 8-10 weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider missed abortion or ectopic pregnancy; if the β-hCG is higher







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Positive Signs:
• Auscultation of the fetal heart
• Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner
• Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound)
• Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG; the serum is positive by 9 days post conception; plasma levels double every 48 hours to a maximum at [...] weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider missed abortion or ectopic pregnancy; if the β-hCG is higher than expected consider twins or molar pregnancy)
• β-hCG may also be detected in urine (28 days after last menstrual period)
Answer
8-10


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Dx of pregnancy: Positive Signs
rhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound) • Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG; the serum is positive by 9 days post conception; plasma levels double every 48 hours to a maximum at <span>8-10 weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider missed abortion or ectopic pregnancy; if the β-hCG is higher than expected consider twi







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Positive Signs:
• Auscultation of the fetal heart
• Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner
• Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound)
• Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG; the serum is positive by 9 days post conception; plasma levels double every 48 hours to a maximum at 8-10 weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider [...] or ectopic pregnancy; if the β-hCG is higher than expected consider twins or molar pregnancy)
• β-hCG may also be detected in urine (28 days after last menstrual period)
Answer
missed abortion


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Dx of pregnancy: Positive Signs
ive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG; the serum is positive by 9 days post conception; plasma levels double every 48 hours to a maximum at 8-10 weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider <span>missed abortion or ectopic pregnancy; if the β-hCG is higher than expected consider twins or molar pregnancy) • β-hCG may also be detected in urine (28 days after last menstrual period) </s







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Positive Signs:
• Auscultation of the fetal heart
• Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner
• Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound)
• Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG; the serum is positive by 9 days post conception; plasma levels double every 48 hours to a maximum at 8-10 weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider missed abortion or [...]; if the β-hCG is higher than expected consider twins or molar pregnancy)
• β-hCG may also be detected in urine (28 days after last menstrual period)
Answer
ectopic pregnancy


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Dx of pregnancy: Positive Signs
presence of β-hCG; the serum is positive by 9 days post conception; plasma levels double every 48 hours to a maximum at 8-10 weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider missed abortion or <span>ectopic pregnancy; if the β-hCG is higher than expected consider twins or molar pregnancy) • β-hCG may also be detected in urine (28 days after last menstrual period) <span><body><html>







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Positive Signs:
• Auscultation of the fetal heart
• Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner
• Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound)
• Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG; the serum is positive by 9 days post conception; plasma levels double every 48 hours to a maximum at 8-10 weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider missed abortion or ectopic pregnancy; if the β-hCG is higher than expected consider [...] or molar pregnancy)
• β-hCG may also be detected in urine (28 days after last menstrual period)
Answer
twins


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Dx of pregnancy: Positive Signs
on; plasma levels double every 48 hours to a maximum at 8-10 weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider missed abortion or ectopic pregnancy; if the β-hCG is higher than expected consider <span>twins or molar pregnancy) • β-hCG may also be detected in urine (28 days after last menstrual period) <span><body><html>







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Positive Signs:
• Auscultation of the fetal heart
• Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner
• Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound)
• Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG; the serum is positive by 9 days post conception; plasma levels double every 48 hours to a maximum at 8-10 weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider missed abortion or ectopic pregnancy; if the β-hCG is higher than expected consider twins or [...])
• β-hCG may also be detected in urine (28 days after last menstrual period)
Answer
molar pregnancy


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Dx of pregnancy: Positive Signs
a levels double every 48 hours to a maximum at 8-10 weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider missed abortion or ectopic pregnancy; if the β-hCG is higher than expected consider twins or <span>molar pregnancy) • β-hCG may also be detected in urine (28 days after last menstrual period) <span><body><html>







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Positive Signs:
• Auscultation of the fetal heart
• Perception of fetal movement by an experienced examiner
• Demonstration of a fetus by ultrasound: intrauterine sac visible by 5 weeks amenorrhea, fetal pole at 6 weeks, fetal cardiac activity at 7-8 weeks (transvaginal ultrasound)
• Positive pregnancy test: presence of β-hCG; the serum is positive by 9 days post conception; plasma levels double every 48 hours to a maximum at 8-10 weeks gestation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider missed abortion or ectopic pregnancy; if the β-hCG is higher than expected consider twins or molar pregnancy)
• β-hCG may also be detected in urine ([...] days after last menstrual period)
Answer
28


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Dx of pregnancy: Positive Signs
tation when it plateaus (if there are abnormalities in how the β-hCG is rising, consider missed abortion or ectopic pregnancy; if the β-hCG is higher than expected consider twins or molar pregnancy) • β-hCG may also be detected in urine (<span>28 days after last menstrual period) <span><body><html>







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Assessment of gestational age
• Measured from last (normal) menstrual period (LNMP or LMP) by convention
• Average length of pregnancy is 280 days or 10 lunar months, 40 weeks from LMP (38 weeks from ovulation/conception)
• Determine estimated date of delivery (EDD) using Naegle’s rule:
--• EDD = LMP + 9 calendar months + 7 days; or
--• EDD = LMP – 3 calendar months + 7 days
--• based on a 28-30 day menstrual cycle; adjust according to cycle length
--• Or by using a gestation wheel or gestational calculator applications for handheld devices
• Ultrasound: accurate within 5 days in the first trimester, 1-2 wks in second trimester, 2-3 weeks in third trimester
• Bimanual or abdominal examination: uterine fundus will be at the symphysis at 12 weeks (bimanual examination), between symphysis and umbilicus at 16 wks, at umbilicus at 20 wks, at xyphoid at term
• Measurement of symphysis-fundal height (SFH): measurement in centimetres roughly equal to GA in weeks (between 20-36 wks)

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Assessment of gestational age
• Measured from [...] by convention
• Average length of pregnancy is 280 days or 10 lunar months, 40 weeks from LMP (38 weeks from ovulation/conception)
• Determine estimated date of delivery (EDD) using Naegle’s rule:
--• EDD = LMP + 9 calendar months + 7 days; or
--• EDD = LMP – 3 calendar months + 7 days
--• based on a 28-30 day menstrual cycle; adjust according to cycle length
--• Or by using a gestation wheel or gestational calculator applications for handheld devices
• Ultrasound: accurate within 5 days in the first trimester, 1-2 wks in second trimester, 2-3 weeks in third trimester
• Bimanual or abdominal examination: uterine fundus will be at the symphysis at 12 weeks (bimanual examination), between symphysis and umbilicus at 16 wks, at umbilicus at 20 wks, at xyphoid at term
• Measurement of symphysis-fundal height (SFH): measurement in centimetres roughly equal to GA in weeks (between 20-36 wks)
Answer
last (normal) menstrual period (LNMP or LMP)


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Assessment of gestational age
Assessment of gestational age • Measured from last (normal) menstrual period (LNMP or LMP) by convention • Average length of pregnancy is 280 days or 10 lunar months, 40 weeks from LMP (38 weeks from ovulation/conception) • Determine estimated date of delivery (EDD)







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Assessment of gestational age
• Measured from last (normal) menstrual period (LNMP or LMP) by convention
• Average length of pregnancy is 280 days or 10 lunar months, 40 weeks from LMP (38 weeks from ovulation/conception)
• Determine estimated date of delivery (EDD) using [...] rule:
--• EDD = LMP + 9 calendar months + 7 days; or
--• EDD = LMP – 3 calendar months + 7 days
--• based on a 28-30 day menstrual cycle; adjust according to cycle length
--• Or by using a gestation wheel or gestational calculator applications for handheld devices
• Ultrasound: accurate within 5 days in the first trimester, 1-2 wks in second trimester, 2-3 weeks in third trimester
• Bimanual or abdominal examination: uterine fundus will be at the symphysis at 12 weeks (bimanual examination), between symphysis and umbilicus at 16 wks, at umbilicus at 20 wks, at xyphoid at term
• Measurement of symphysis-fundal height (SFH): measurement in centimetres roughly equal to GA in weeks (between 20-36 wks)
Answer
Naegle’s


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Assessment of gestational age
from last (normal) menstrual period (LNMP or LMP) by convention • Average length of pregnancy is 280 days or 10 lunar months, 40 weeks from LMP (38 weeks from ovulation/conception) • Determine estimated date of delivery (EDD) using <span>Naegle’s rule: --• EDD = LMP + 9 calendar months + 7 days; or --• EDD = LMP – 3 calendar months + 7 days --• based on a 28-30 day menstrual cycle; adjust according to cycle length







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Assessment of gestational age
• Measured from last (normal) menstrual period (LNMP or LMP) by convention
• Average length of pregnancy is 280 days or 10 lunar months, 40 weeks from LMP (38 weeks from ovulation/conception)
• Determine estimated date of delivery (EDD) using Naegle’s rule:
--• EDD = [...]; or
--• EDD = LMP – 3 calendar months + 7 days
--• based on a 28-30 day menstrual cycle; adjust according to cycle length
--• Or by using a gestation wheel or gestational calculator applications for handheld devices
• Ultrasound: accurate within 5 days in the first trimester, 1-2 wks in second trimester, 2-3 weeks in third trimester
• Bimanual or abdominal examination: uterine fundus will be at the symphysis at 12 weeks (bimanual examination), between symphysis and umbilicus at 16 wks, at umbilicus at 20 wks, at xyphoid at term
• Measurement of symphysis-fundal height (SFH): measurement in centimetres roughly equal to GA in weeks (between 20-36 wks)
Answer
LMP + 9 calendar months + 7 days


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Assessment of gestational age
period (LNMP or LMP) by convention • Average length of pregnancy is 280 days or 10 lunar months, 40 weeks from LMP (38 weeks from ovulation/conception) • Determine estimated date of delivery (EDD) using Naegle’s rule: --• EDD = <span>LMP + 9 calendar months + 7 days; or --• EDD = LMP – 3 calendar months + 7 days --• based on a 28-30 day menstrual cycle; adjust according to cycle length --• Or by using a gestation wheel or gestational







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Assessment of gestational age
• Measured from last (normal) menstrual period (LNMP or LMP) by convention
• Average length of pregnancy is 280 days or 10 lunar months, 40 weeks from LMP (38 weeks from ovulation/conception)
• Determine estimated date of delivery (EDD) using Naegle’s rule:
--• EDD = LMP + 9 calendar months + 7 days; or
--• EDD = [...]
--• based on a 28-30 day menstrual cycle; adjust according to cycle length
--• Or by using a gestation wheel or gestational calculator applications for handheld devices
• Ultrasound: accurate within 5 days in the first trimester, 1-2 wks in second trimester, 2-3 weeks in third trimester
• Bimanual or abdominal examination: uterine fundus will be at the symphysis at 12 weeks (bimanual examination), between symphysis and umbilicus at 16 wks, at umbilicus at 20 wks, at xyphoid at term
• Measurement of symphysis-fundal height (SFH): measurement in centimetres roughly equal to GA in weeks (between 20-36 wks)
Answer
LMP – 3 calendar months + 7 days


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Assessment of gestational age
ngth of pregnancy is 280 days or 10 lunar months, 40 weeks from LMP (38 weeks from ovulation/conception) • Determine estimated date of delivery (EDD) using Naegle’s rule: --• EDD = LMP + 9 calendar months + 7 days; or --• EDD = <span>LMP – 3 calendar months + 7 days --• based on a 28-30 day menstrual cycle; adjust according to cycle length --• Or by using a gestation wheel or gestational calculator applications for handheld devices •







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Assessment of gestational age
• Measured from last (normal) menstrual period (LNMP or LMP) by convention
• Average length of pregnancy is 280 days or 10 lunar months, 40 weeks from LMP (38 weeks from ovulation/conception)
• Determine estimated date of delivery (EDD) using Naegle’s rule:
--• EDD = LMP + 9 calendar months + 7 days; or
--• EDD = LMP – 3 calendar months + 7 days
--• based on a 28-30 day menstrual cycle; adjust according to cycle length
--• Or by using a gestation wheel or gestational calculator applications for handheld devices
• Ultrasound: accurate within [...] days in the first trimester, 1-2 wks in second trimester, 2-3 weeks in third trimester
• Bimanual or abdominal examination: uterine fundus will be at the symphysis at 12 weeks (bimanual examination), between symphysis and umbilicus at 16 wks, at umbilicus at 20 wks, at xyphoid at term
• Measurement of symphysis-fundal height (SFH): measurement in centimetres roughly equal to GA in weeks (between 20-36 wks)
Answer
5


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Assessment of gestational age
– 3 calendar months + 7 days --• based on a 28-30 day menstrual cycle; adjust according to cycle length --• Or by using a gestation wheel or gestational calculator applications for handheld devices • Ultrasound: accurate within <span>5 days in the first trimester, 1-2 wks in second trimester, 2-3 weeks in third trimester • Bimanual or abdominal examination: uterine fundus will be at the symphysis at 12 weeks (bim







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Assessment of gestational age
• Measured from last (normal) menstrual period (LNMP or LMP) by convention
• Average length of pregnancy is 280 days or 10 lunar months, 40 weeks from LMP (38 weeks from ovulation/conception)
• Determine estimated date of delivery (EDD) using Naegle’s rule:
--• EDD = LMP + 9 calendar months + 7 days; or
--• EDD = LMP – 3 calendar months + 7 days
--• based on a 28-30 day menstrual cycle; adjust according to cycle length
--• Or by using a gestation wheel or gestational calculator applications for handheld devices
• Ultrasound: accurate within 5 days in the first trimester, [...] wks in second trimester, 2-3 weeks in third trimester
• Bimanual or abdominal examination: uterine fundus will be at the symphysis at 12 weeks (bimanual examination), between symphysis and umbilicus at 16 wks, at umbilicus at 20 wks, at xyphoid at term
• Measurement of symphysis-fundal height (SFH): measurement in centimetres roughly equal to GA in weeks (between 20-36 wks)
Answer
1-2


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3; --• based on a 28-30 day menstrual cycle; adjust according to cycle length --• Or by using a gestation wheel or gestational calculator applications for handheld devices • Ultrasound: accurate within 5 days in the first trimester, <span>1-2 wks in second trimester, 2-3 weeks in third trimester • Bimanual or abdominal examination: uterine fundus will be at the symphysis at 12 weeks (bimanual examination), between symph







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Assessment of gestational age
• Measured from last (normal) menstrual period (LNMP or LMP) by convention
• Average length of pregnancy is 280 days or 10 lunar months, 40 weeks from LMP (38 weeks from ovulation/conception)
• Determine estimated date of delivery (EDD) using Naegle’s rule:
--• EDD = LMP + 9 calendar months + 7 days; or
--• EDD = LMP – 3 calendar months + 7 days
--• based on a 28-30 day menstrual cycle; adjust according to cycle length
--• Or by using a gestation wheel or gestational calculator applications for handheld devices
• Ultrasound: accurate within 5 days in the first trimester, 1-2 wks in second trimester, [...] weeks in third trimester
• Bimanual or abdominal examination: uterine fundus will be at the symphysis at 12 weeks (bimanual examination), between symphysis and umbilicus at 16 wks, at umbilicus at 20 wks, at xyphoid at term
• Measurement of symphysis-fundal height (SFH): measurement in centimetres roughly equal to GA in weeks (between 20-36 wks)
Answer
2-3


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Assessment of gestational age
enstrual cycle; adjust according to cycle length --• Or by using a gestation wheel or gestational calculator applications for handheld devices • Ultrasound: accurate within 5 days in the first trimester, 1-2 wks in second trimester, <span>2-3 weeks in third trimester • Bimanual or abdominal examination: uterine fundus will be at the symphysis at 12 weeks (bimanual examination), between symphysis and umbilicus at 16 wks,







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Assessment of gestational age
• Measured from last (normal) menstrual period (LNMP or LMP) by convention
• Average length of pregnancy is 280 days or 10 lunar months, 40 weeks from LMP (38 weeks from ovulation/conception)
• Determine estimated date of delivery (EDD) using Naegle’s rule:
--• EDD = LMP + 9 calendar months + 7 days; or
--• EDD = LMP – 3 calendar months + 7 days
--• based on a 28-30 day menstrual cycle; adjust according to cycle length
--• Or by using a gestation wheel or gestational calculator applications for handheld devices
• Ultrasound: accurate within 5 days in the first trimester, 1-2 wks in second trimester, 2-3 weeks in third trimester
• Bimanual or abdominal examination: uterine fundus will be at the symphysis at [...] weeks (bimanual examination), between symphysis and umbilicus at 16 wks, at umbilicus at 20 wks, at xyphoid at term
• Measurement of symphysis-fundal height (SFH): measurement in centimetres roughly equal to GA in weeks (between 20-36 wks)
Answer
12


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Assessment of gestational age
applications for handheld devices • Ultrasound: accurate within 5 days in the first trimester, 1-2 wks in second trimester, 2-3 weeks in third trimester • Bimanual or abdominal examination: uterine fundus will be at the symphysis at <span>12 weeks (bimanual examination), between symphysis and umbilicus at 16 wks, at umbilicus at 20 wks, at xyphoid at term • Measurement of symphysis-fundal height (SFH): measurement in c







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Assessment of gestational age
• Measured from last (normal) menstrual period (LNMP or LMP) by convention
• Average length of pregnancy is 280 days or 10 lunar months, 40 weeks from LMP (38 weeks from ovulation/conception)
• Determine estimated date of delivery (EDD) using Naegle’s rule:
--• EDD = LMP + 9 calendar months + 7 days; or
--• EDD = LMP – 3 calendar months + 7 days
--• based on a 28-30 day menstrual cycle; adjust according to cycle length
--• Or by using a gestation wheel or gestational calculator applications for handheld devices
• Ultrasound: accurate within 5 days in the first trimester, 1-2 wks in second trimester, 2-3 weeks in third trimester
• Bimanual or abdominal examination: uterine fundus will be at the symphysis at 12 weeks (bimanual examination), between symphysis and umbilicus at [...] wks, at umbilicus at 20 wks, at xyphoid at term
• Measurement of symphysis-fundal height (SFH): measurement in centimetres roughly equal to GA in weeks (between 20-36 wks)
Answer
16


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Assessment of gestational age
5 days in the first trimester, 1-2 wks in second trimester, 2-3 weeks in third trimester • Bimanual or abdominal examination: uterine fundus will be at the symphysis at 12 weeks (bimanual examination), between symphysis and umbilicus at <span>16 wks, at umbilicus at 20 wks, at xyphoid at term • Measurement of symphysis-fundal height (SFH): measurement in centimetres roughly equal to GA in weeks (between 20-36 wks)</







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Assessment of gestational age
• Measured from last (normal) menstrual period (LNMP or LMP) by convention
• Average length of pregnancy is 280 days or 10 lunar months, 40 weeks from LMP (38 weeks from ovulation/conception)
• Determine estimated date of delivery (EDD) using Naegle’s rule:
--• EDD = LMP + 9 calendar months + 7 days; or
--• EDD = LMP – 3 calendar months + 7 days
--• based on a 28-30 day menstrual cycle; adjust according to cycle length
--• Or by using a gestation wheel or gestational calculator applications for handheld devices
• Ultrasound: accurate within 5 days in the first trimester, 1-2 wks in second trimester, 2-3 weeks in third trimester
• Bimanual or abdominal examination: uterine fundus will be at the symphysis at 12 weeks (bimanual examination), between symphysis and umbilicus at 16 wks, at umbilicus at [...] wks, at xyphoid at term
• Measurement of symphysis-fundal height (SFH): measurement in centimetres roughly equal to GA in weeks (between 20-36 wks)
Answer
20


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Assessment of gestational age
mester, 1-2 wks in second trimester, 2-3 weeks in third trimester • Bimanual or abdominal examination: uterine fundus will be at the symphysis at 12 weeks (bimanual examination), between symphysis and umbilicus at 16 wks, at umbilicus at <span>20 wks, at xyphoid at term • Measurement of symphysis-fundal height (SFH): measurement in centimetres roughly equal to GA in weeks (between 20-36 wks)<span><body><html>







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Assessment of gestational age
• Measured from last (normal) menstrual period (LNMP or LMP) by convention
• Average length of pregnancy is 280 days or 10 lunar months, 40 weeks from LMP (38 weeks from ovulation/conception)
• Determine estimated date of delivery (EDD) using Naegle’s rule:
--• EDD = LMP + 9 calendar months + 7 days; or
--• EDD = LMP – 3 calendar months + 7 days
--• based on a 28-30 day menstrual cycle; adjust according to cycle length
--• Or by using a gestation wheel or gestational calculator applications for handheld devices
• Ultrasound: accurate within 5 days in the first trimester, 1-2 wks in second trimester, 2-3 weeks in third trimester
• Bimanual or abdominal examination: uterine fundus will be at the symphysis at 12 weeks (bimanual examination), between symphysis and umbilicus at 16 wks, at umbilicus at 20 wks, at [...] at term
• Measurement of symphysis-fundal height (SFH): measurement in centimetres roughly equal to GA in weeks (between 20-36 wks)
Answer
xyphoid


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Assessment of gestational age
wks in second trimester, 2-3 weeks in third trimester • Bimanual or abdominal examination: uterine fundus will be at the symphysis at 12 weeks (bimanual examination), between symphysis and umbilicus at 16 wks, at umbilicus at 20 wks, at <span>xyphoid at term • Measurement of symphysis-fundal height (SFH): measurement in centimetres roughly equal to GA in weeks (between 20-36 wks)<span><body><html>







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Assessment of gestational age
• Measured from last (normal) menstrual period (LNMP or LMP) by convention
• Average length of pregnancy is 280 days or 10 lunar months, 40 weeks from LMP (38 weeks from ovulation/conception)
• Determine estimated date of delivery (EDD) using Naegle’s rule:
--• EDD = LMP + 9 calendar months + 7 days; or
--• EDD = LMP – 3 calendar months + 7 days
--• based on a 28-30 day menstrual cycle; adjust according to cycle length
--• Or by using a gestation wheel or gestational calculator applications for handheld devices
• Ultrasound: accurate within 5 days in the first trimester, 1-2 wks in second trimester, 2-3 weeks in third trimester
• Bimanual or abdominal examination: uterine fundus will be at the symphysis at 12 weeks (bimanual examination), between symphysis and umbilicus at 16 wks, at umbilicus at 20 wks, at xyphoid at term
• Measurement of symphysis-fundal height (SFH): measurement in centimetres roughly equal to GA in weeks (between [...] wks)
Answer
20-36


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Assessment of gestational age
is at 12 weeks (bimanual examination), between symphysis and umbilicus at 16 wks, at umbilicus at 20 wks, at xyphoid at term • Measurement of symphysis-fundal height (SFH): measurement in centimetres roughly equal to GA in weeks (between <span>20-36 wks)<span><body><html>







Fetal Kick Counts
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Fetal Kick Counts:
• Perception of fetal movement by mother
• Several acceptable protocols exist (ex. 6 kicks in 1 hour, 10 in 2 hours) usually dependable by ~30 weeks
• Failure to meet criteria (“decreased fetal movement”) requires immediate assessment

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Fetal Kick Counts:
• Perception of fetal movement by mother
• Several acceptable protocols exist (ex. [...] kicks in 1 hour, 10 in 2 hours) usually dependable by ~30 weeks
• Failure to meet criteria (“decreased fetal movement”) requires immediate assessment
Answer
6


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Fetal Kick Counts
Fetal Kick Counts: • Perception of fetal movement by mother • Several acceptable protocols exist (ex. 6 kicks in 1 hour, 10 in 2 hours) usually dependable by ~30 weeks • Failure to meet criteria (“decreased fetal movement”) requires immediate assessment







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Fetal Kick Counts:
• Perception of fetal movement by mother
• Several acceptable protocols exist (ex. 6 kicks in 1 hour, [...] in 2 hours) usually dependable by ~30 weeks
• Failure to meet criteria (“decreased fetal movement”) requires immediate assessment
Answer
10


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Fetal Kick Counts
Fetal Kick Counts: • Perception of fetal movement by mother • Several acceptable protocols exist (ex. 6 kicks in 1 hour, 10 in 2 hours) usually dependable by ~30 weeks • Failure to meet criteria (“decreased fetal movement”) requires immediate assessment







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Fetal Kick Counts:
• Perception of fetal movement by mother
• Several acceptable protocols exist (ex. 6 kicks in 1 hour, 10 in 2 hours) usually dependable by [...] weeks
• Failure to meet criteria (“decreased fetal movement”) requires immediate assessment
Answer
~30


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Fetal Kick Counts
Fetal Kick Counts: • Perception of fetal movement by mother • Several acceptable protocols exist (ex. 6 kicks in 1 hour, 10 in 2 hours) usually dependable by ~30 weeks • Failure to meet criteria (“decreased fetal movement”) requires immediate assessment







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Ultrasound-using Tests in pregnancy:
1. [...]
2. Complete OB scan (aka 18-20wk scan or anatomy scan)
3. growth
4. BPP
5. Doppler flow studies (umbilica a, middle cerebral a, uterine aa)
6. Third trimester scan
Answer
FTS


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Ultrasound Tests in Pregnancy
Ultrasound-using Tests in pregnancy: 1. FTS 2. Complete OB scan (aka 18-20wk scan or anatomy scan) 3. growth 4. BPP 5. Doppler flow studies (umbilica a, middle cerebral a, uterine aa) 6. Third trimester s







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Ultrasound-using Tests in pregnancy:
1. FTS
2. [...]
3. growth
4. BPP
5. Doppler flow studies (umbilica a, middle cerebral a, uterine aa)
6. Third trimester scan
Answer
Complete OB scan (aka 18-20wk scan or anatomy scan)


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Ultrasound Tests in Pregnancy
Ultrasound-using Tests in pregnancy: 1. FTS 2. Complete OB scan (aka 18-20wk scan or anatomy scan) 3. growth 4. BPP 5. Doppler flow studies (umbilica a, middle cerebral a, uterine aa) 6. Third trimester scan







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Ultrasound-using Tests in pregnancy:
1. FTS
2. Complete OB scan (aka 18-20wk scan or anatomy scan)
3. [...]
4. BPP
5. Doppler flow studies (umbilica a, middle cerebral a, uterine aa)
6. Third trimester scan
Answer
growth


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Ultrasound Tests in Pregnancy
Ultrasound-using Tests in pregnancy: 1. FTS 2. Complete OB scan (aka 18-20wk scan or anatomy scan) 3. growth 4. BPP 5. Doppler flow studies (umbilica a, middle cerebral a, uterine aa) 6. Third trimester scan







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Ultrasound-using Tests in pregnancy:
1. FTS
2. Complete OB scan (aka 18-20wk scan or anatomy scan)
3. growth
4. [...]
5. Doppler flow studies (umbilica a, middle cerebral a, uterine aa)
6. Third trimester scan
Answer
BPP


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Ultrasound Tests in Pregnancy
Ultrasound-using Tests in pregnancy: 1. FTS 2. Complete OB scan (aka 18-20wk scan or anatomy scan) 3. growth 4. BPP 5. Doppler flow studies (umbilica a, middle cerebral a, uterine aa) 6. Third trimester scan







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Ultrasound-using Tests in pregnancy:
1. FTS
2. Complete OB scan (aka 18-20wk scan or anatomy scan)
3. growth
4. BPP
5. [...]
6. Third trimester scan
Answer
Doppler flow studies (umbilica a, middle cerebral a, uterine aa)


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Ultrasound Tests in Pregnancy
Ultrasound-using Tests in pregnancy: 1. FTS 2. Complete OB scan (aka 18-20wk scan or anatomy scan) 3. growth 4. BPP 5. Doppler flow studies (umbilica a, middle cerebral a, uterine aa) 6. Third trimester scan







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Ultrasound-using Tests in pregnancy:
1. FTS
2. Complete OB scan (aka 18-20wk scan or anatomy scan)
3. growth
4. BPP
5. Doppler flow studies (umbilica a, middle cerebral a, uterine aa)
6. [...]
Answer
Third trimester scan


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Ultrasound Tests in Pregnancy
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FTS:
• Useful for: [...], to determine viability, to R/O ectopic pregnancy, to determine number of fetuses and in multiple pregnancy to establish chorionicity
• Many people will have this for measurement of the fetal nuchal translucency (NT) as part of their prenatal genetic screening at 11-14 weeks [First Trimester Screen (FTS), Integrated Prenatal Screen (IPS)]
Answer
accurately establishing dates


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First trimester scan
FTS: • Useful for: accurately establishing dates, to determine viability, to R/O ectopic pregnancy, to determine number of fetuses and in multiple pregnancy to establish chorionicity • Many people will have this for measurement o







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FTS:
• Useful for: accurately establishing dates, to determine [...], to R/O ectopic pregnancy, to determine number of fetuses and in multiple pregnancy to establish chorionicity
• Many people will have this for measurement of the fetal nuchal translucency (NT) as part of their prenatal genetic screening at 11-14 weeks [First Trimester Screen (FTS), Integrated Prenatal Screen (IPS)]
Answer
viability


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First trimester scan
FTS: • Useful for: accurately establishing dates, to determine viability, to R/O ectopic pregnancy, to determine number of fetuses and in multiple pregnancy to establish chorionicity • Many people will have this for measurement of the fetal nuchal trans







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FTS:
• Useful for: accurately establishing dates, to determine viability, to R/O [...], to determine number of fetuses and in multiple pregnancy to establish chorionicity
• Many people will have this for measurement of the fetal nuchal translucency (NT) as part of their prenatal genetic screening at 11-14 weeks [First Trimester Screen (FTS), Integrated Prenatal Screen (IPS)]
Answer
ectopic pregnancy


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FTS:
• Useful for: accurately establishing dates, to determine viability, to R/O ectopic pregnancy, to determine [...] and in multiple pregnancy to establish chorionicity
• Many people will have this for measurement of the fetal nuchal translucency (NT) as part of their prenatal genetic screening at 11-14 weeks [First Trimester Screen (FTS), Integrated Prenatal Screen (IPS)]
Answer
number of fetuses


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First trimester scan
FTS: • Useful for: accurately establishing dates, to determine viability, to R/O ectopic pregnancy, to determine number of fetuses and in multiple pregnancy to establish chorionicity • Many people will have this for measurement of the fetal nuchal translucency (NT) as part of their prenatal genetic screening a







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FTS:
• Useful for: accurately establishing dates, to determine viability, to R/O ectopic pregnancy, to determine number of fetuses and in multiple pregnancy to establish [...]
• Many people will have this for measurement of the fetal nuchal translucency (NT) as part of their prenatal genetic screening at 11-14 weeks [First Trimester Screen (FTS), Integrated Prenatal Screen (IPS)]
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chorionicity


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First trimester scan
FTS: • Useful for: accurately establishing dates, to determine viability, to R/O ectopic pregnancy, to determine number of fetuses and in multiple pregnancy to establish chorionicity • Many people will have this for measurement of the fetal nuchal translucency (NT) as part of their prenatal genetic screening at 11-14 weeks [First Trimester Screen (FTS), Integra







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FTS:
• Useful for: accurately establishing dates, to determine viability, to R/O ectopic pregnancy, to determine number of fetuses and in multiple pregnancy to establish chorionicity
• Many people will have this for measurement of the [...] as part of their prenatal genetic screening at 11-14 weeks [First Trimester Screen (FTS), Integrated Prenatal Screen (IPS)]
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fetal nuchal translucency (NT)


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First trimester scan
S: • Useful for: accurately establishing dates, to determine viability, to R/O ectopic pregnancy, to determine number of fetuses and in multiple pregnancy to establish chorionicity • Many people will have this for measurement of the <span>fetal nuchal translucency (NT) as part of their prenatal genetic screening at 11-14 weeks [First Trimester Screen (FTS), Integrated Prenatal Screen (IPS)]<span><body><html>







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FTS:
• Useful for: accurately establishing dates, to determine viability, to R/O ectopic pregnancy, to determine number of fetuses and in multiple pregnancy to establish chorionicity
• Many people will have this for measurement of the fetal nuchal translucency (NT) as part of their prenatal genetic screening at [...] weeks [First Trimester Screen (FTS), Integrated Prenatal Screen (IPS)]
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11-14


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First trimester scan
o R/O ectopic pregnancy, to determine number of fetuses and in multiple pregnancy to establish chorionicity • Many people will have this for measurement of the fetal nuchal translucency (NT) as part of their prenatal genetic screening at <span>11-14 weeks [First Trimester Screen (FTS), Integrated Prenatal Screen (IPS)]<span><body><html>







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The Complete Obstetrical Scan (AKA Anatomy Scan)
• Should be offered to all pregnant women as a screen for placental, fetal, and pregnancy problems
• Ideally carried out between [...] wks
• Complete scan should establish that there is a live, structurally normal intrauterine fetus, normal amniotic fluid volume, locate the placenta and establish that it is clear of the internal os, and identify any uterine and adnexal abnormalities (fibroids, bands, septae, short cervix, ovarian masses)
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18-20


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The complete OB scan, aka 18-20 wk scan/anatomy scan
The Complete Obstetrical Scan (AKA Anatomy Scan) • Should be offered to all pregnant women as a screen for placental, fetal, and pregnancy problems • Ideally carried out between 18-20 wks • Complete scan should establish that there is a live, structurally normal intrauterine fetus, normal amniotic fluid volume, locate the placenta and establish that it is clear







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The Complete Obstetrical Scan (AKA Anatomy Scan)
• Should be offered to all pregnant women as a screen for placental, fetal, and pregnancy problems
• Ideally carried out between 18-20 wks
• Complete scan should establish that there is a [...] fetus, normal amniotic fluid volume, locate the placenta and establish that it is clear of the internal os, and identify any uterine and adnexal abnormalities (fibroids, bands, septae, short cervix, ovarian masses)
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live, structurally normal intrauterine


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The complete OB scan, aka 18-20 wk scan/anatomy scan
ete Obstetrical Scan (AKA Anatomy Scan) • Should be offered to all pregnant women as a screen for placental, fetal, and pregnancy problems • Ideally carried out between 18-20 wks • Complete scan should establish that there is a <span>live, structurally normal intrauterine fetus, normal amniotic fluid volume, locate the placenta and establish that it is clear of the internal os, and identify any uterine and adnexal abnormalities (fibroids, bands, septae,







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The Complete Obstetrical Scan (AKA Anatomy Scan)
• Should be offered to all pregnant women as a screen for placental, fetal, and pregnancy problems
• Ideally carried out between 18-20 wks
• Complete scan should establish that there is a live, structurally normal intrauterine fetus, normal [...], locate the placenta and establish that it is clear of the internal os, and identify any uterine and adnexal abnormalities (fibroids, bands, septae, short cervix, ovarian masses)
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amniotic fluid volume


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The complete OB scan, aka 18-20 wk scan/anatomy scan
be offered to all pregnant women as a screen for placental, fetal, and pregnancy problems • Ideally carried out between 18-20 wks • Complete scan should establish that there is a live, structurally normal intrauterine fetus, normal <span>amniotic fluid volume, locate the placenta and establish that it is clear of the internal os, and identify any uterine and adnexal abnormalities (fibroids, bands, septae, short cervix, ovarian masses)







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The Complete Obstetrical Scan (AKA Anatomy Scan)
• Should be offered to all pregnant women as a screen for placental, fetal, and pregnancy problems
• Ideally carried out between 18-20 wks
• Complete scan should establish that there is a live, structurally normal intrauterine fetus, normal amniotic fluid volume, locate the [...] and establish that it is clear of the internal os, and identify any uterine and adnexal abnormalities (fibroids, bands, septae, short cervix, ovarian masses)
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placenta


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The complete OB scan, aka 18-20 wk scan/anatomy scan
as a screen for placental, fetal, and pregnancy problems • Ideally carried out between 18-20 wks • Complete scan should establish that there is a live, structurally normal intrauterine fetus, normal amniotic fluid volume, locate the <span>placenta and establish that it is clear of the internal os, and identify any uterine and adnexal abnormalities (fibroids, bands, septae, short cervix, ovarian masses)<span><body><html>







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The Complete Obstetrical Scan (AKA Anatomy Scan)
• Should be offered to all pregnant women as a screen for placental, fetal, and pregnancy problems
• Ideally carried out between 18-20 wks
• Complete scan should establish that there is a live, structurally normal intrauterine fetus, normal amniotic fluid volume, locate the placenta and establish that it is clear of the [...], and identify any uterine and adnexal abnormalities (fibroids, bands, septae, short cervix, ovarian masses)
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internal os


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The complete OB scan, aka 18-20 wk scan/anatomy scan
problems • Ideally carried out between 18-20 wks • Complete scan should establish that there is a live, structurally normal intrauterine fetus, normal amniotic fluid volume, locate the placenta and establish that it is clear of the <span>internal os, and identify any uterine and adnexal abnormalities (fibroids, bands, septae, short cervix, ovarian masses)<span><body><html>







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The Complete Obstetrical Scan (AKA Anatomy Scan)
• Should be offered to all pregnant women as a screen for placental, fetal, and pregnancy problems
• Ideally carried out between 18-20 wks
• Complete scan should establish that there is a live, structurally normal intrauterine fetus, normal amniotic fluid volume, locate the placenta and establish that it is clear of the internal os, and identify any [...] abnormalities (fibroids, bands, septae, short cervix, ovarian masses)
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uterine and adnexal


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The complete OB scan, aka 18-20 wk scan/anatomy scan
ed out between 18-20 wks • Complete scan should establish that there is a live, structurally normal intrauterine fetus, normal amniotic fluid volume, locate the placenta and establish that it is clear of the internal os, and identify any <span>uterine and adnexal abnormalities (fibroids, bands, septae, short cervix, ovarian masses)<span><body><html>







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The Complete Obstetrical Scan (AKA Anatomy Scan)
• Should be offered to all pregnant women as a screen for placental, fetal, and pregnancy problems
• Ideally carried out between 18-20 wks
• Complete scan should establish that there is a live, structurally normal intrauterine fetus, normal amniotic fluid volume, locate the placenta and establish that it is clear of the internal os, and identify any uterine and adnexal abnormalities ([...])
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fibroids, bands, septae, short cervix, ovarian masses


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The complete OB scan, aka 18-20 wk scan/anatomy scan
plete scan should establish that there is a live, structurally normal intrauterine fetus, normal amniotic fluid volume, locate the placenta and establish that it is clear of the internal os, and identify any uterine and adnexal abnormalities (<span>fibroids, bands, septae, short cervix, ovarian masses)<span><body><html>







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Fetal Growth
• A healthy fetus should follow established growth curves which exist for estimated [...], fetal abdominal circumference (AC), biparietal diameter (BPD), femur length (FL), etc.
• Ultrasound estimation of fetal size/weight should NOT be repeated more often than q 2 weeks for a reliable trend
• A fetus growing below the 10th centile or falling off its growth curve may indicate fetal abnormality or compromise, requires more intensive monitoring and may require early delivery
• Consider ethnicity – specific growth curves; twin-specific growth curves
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fetal weight (EFW)


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Checking fetal growth with US
Fetal Growth • A healthy fetus should follow established growth curves which exist for estimated fetal weight (EFW), fetal abdominal circumference (AC), biparietal diameter (BPD), femur length (FL), etc. • Ultrasound estimation of fetal size/weight should NOT be repeated more often than q 2 week







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Fetal Growth
• A healthy fetus should follow established growth curves which exist for estimated fetal weight (EFW), [...], biparietal diameter (BPD), femur length (FL), etc.
• Ultrasound estimation of fetal size/weight should NOT be repeated more often than q 2 weeks for a reliable trend
• A fetus growing below the 10th centile or falling off its growth curve may indicate fetal abnormality or compromise, requires more intensive monitoring and may require early delivery
• Consider ethnicity – specific growth curves; twin-specific growth curves
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fetal abdominal circumference (AC)


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Checking fetal growth with US
Fetal Growth • A healthy fetus should follow established growth curves which exist for estimated fetal weight (EFW), fetal abdominal circumference (AC), biparietal diameter (BPD), femur length (FL), etc. • Ultrasound estimation of fetal size/weight should NOT be repeated more often than q 2 weeks for a reliable trend • A fetu







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Fetal Growth
• A healthy fetus should follow established growth curves which exist for estimated fetal weight (EFW), fetal abdominal circumference (AC), [...], femur length (FL), etc.
• Ultrasound estimation of fetal size/weight should NOT be repeated more often than q 2 weeks for a reliable trend
• A fetus growing below the 10th centile or falling off its growth curve may indicate fetal abnormality or compromise, requires more intensive monitoring and may require early delivery
• Consider ethnicity – specific growth curves; twin-specific growth curves
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biparietal diameter (BPD)


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Checking fetal growth with US
Fetal Growth • A healthy fetus should follow established growth curves which exist for estimated fetal weight (EFW), fetal abdominal circumference (AC), biparietal diameter (BPD), femur length (FL), etc. • Ultrasound estimation of fetal size/weight should NOT be repeated more often than q 2 weeks for a reliable trend • A fetus growing below the 10th ce







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Fetal Growth
• A healthy fetus should follow established growth curves which exist for estimated fetal weight (EFW), fetal abdominal circumference (AC), biparietal diameter (BPD), [...], etc.
• Ultrasound estimation of fetal size/weight should NOT be repeated more often than q 2 weeks for a reliable trend
• A fetus growing below the 10th centile or falling off its growth curve may indicate fetal abnormality or compromise, requires more intensive monitoring and may require early delivery
• Consider ethnicity – specific growth curves; twin-specific growth curves
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femur length (FL)


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Checking fetal growth with US
Fetal Growth • A healthy fetus should follow established growth curves which exist for estimated fetal weight (EFW), fetal abdominal circumference (AC), biparietal diameter (BPD), femur length (FL), etc. • Ultrasound estimation of fetal size/weight should NOT be repeated more often than q 2 weeks for a reliable trend • A fetus growing below the 10th centile or falling of







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Fetal Growth
• A healthy fetus should follow established growth curves which exist for estimated fetal weight (EFW), fetal abdominal circumference (AC), biparietal diameter (BPD), femur length (FL), etc.
• Ultrasound estimation of fetal size/weight should NOT be repeated more often than q [...] weeks for a reliable trend
• A fetus growing below the 10th centile or falling off its growth curve may indicate fetal abnormality or compromise, requires more intensive monitoring and may require early delivery
• Consider ethnicity – specific growth curves; twin-specific growth curves
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2


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Checking fetal growth with US
shed growth curves which exist for estimated fetal weight (EFW), fetal abdominal circumference (AC), biparietal diameter (BPD), femur length (FL), etc. • Ultrasound estimation of fetal size/weight should NOT be repeated more often than q <span>2 weeks for a reliable trend • A fetus growing below the 10th centile or falling off its growth curve may indicate fetal abnormality or compromise, requires more intensive monitoring







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Fetal Growth
• A healthy fetus should follow established growth curves which exist for estimated fetal weight (EFW), fetal abdominal circumference (AC), biparietal diameter (BPD), femur length (FL), etc.
• Ultrasound estimation of fetal size/weight should NOT be repeated more often than q 2 weeks for a reliable trend
• A fetus growing below the [...]th centile or falling off its growth curve may indicate fetal abnormality or compromise, requires more intensive monitoring and may require early delivery
• Consider ethnicity – specific growth curves; twin-specific growth curves
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10


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), fetal abdominal circumference (AC), biparietal diameter (BPD), femur length (FL), etc. • Ultrasound estimation of fetal size/weight should NOT be repeated more often than q 2 weeks for a reliable trend • A fetus growing below the <span>10th centile or falling off its growth curve may indicate fetal abnormality or compromise, requires more intensive monitoring and may require early delivery • Consider ethnicity – spe







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Fetal Growth
• A healthy fetus should follow established growth curves which exist for estimated fetal weight (EFW), fetal abdominal circumference (AC), biparietal diameter (BPD), femur length (FL), etc.
• Ultrasound estimation of fetal size/weight should NOT be repeated more often than q 2 weeks for a reliable trend
• A fetus growing below the 10th centile or falling off its growth curve may indicate [...], requires more intensive monitoring and may require early delivery
• Consider ethnicity – specific growth curves; twin-specific growth curves
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fetal abnormality or compromise


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Checking fetal growth with US
(BPD), femur length (FL), etc. • Ultrasound estimation of fetal size/weight should NOT be repeated more often than q 2 weeks for a reliable trend • A fetus growing below the 10th centile or falling off its growth curve may indicate <span>fetal abnormality or compromise, requires more intensive monitoring and may require early delivery • Consider ethnicity – specific growth curves; twin-specific growth curves<span><body><html>







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Fetal Growth
• A healthy fetus should follow established growth curves which exist for estimated fetal weight (EFW), fetal abdominal circumference (AC), biparietal diameter (BPD), femur length (FL), etc.
• Ultrasound estimation of fetal size/weight should NOT be repeated more often than q 2 weeks for a reliable trend
• A fetus growing below the 10th centile or falling off its growth curve may indicate fetal abnormality or compromise, requires more intensive [...] and may require early delivery
• Consider ethnicity – specific growth curves; twin-specific growth curves
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monitoring


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ion of fetal size/weight should NOT be repeated more often than q 2 weeks for a reliable trend • A fetus growing below the 10th centile or falling off its growth curve may indicate fetal abnormality or compromise, requires more intensive <span>monitoring and may require early delivery • Consider ethnicity – specific growth curves; twin-specific growth curves<span><body><html>







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Fetal Growth
• A healthy fetus should follow established growth curves which exist for estimated fetal weight (EFW), fetal abdominal circumference (AC), biparietal diameter (BPD), femur length (FL), etc.
• Ultrasound estimation of fetal size/weight should NOT be repeated more often than q 2 weeks for a reliable trend
• A fetus growing below the 10th centile or falling off its growth curve may indicate fetal abnormality or compromise, requires more intensive monitoring and may require [...]
• Consider ethnicity – specific growth curves; twin-specific growth curves
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early delivery


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Checking fetal growth with US
ould NOT be repeated more often than q 2 weeks for a reliable trend • A fetus growing below the 10th centile or falling off its growth curve may indicate fetal abnormality or compromise, requires more intensive monitoring and may require <span>early delivery • Consider ethnicity – specific growth curves; twin-specific growth curves<span><body><html>







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Biophysical Profile (BPP)
• Ultrasound study of [...], tone, “breathing” movements, amniotic fluid volume
• Each factor given a score of 2 if present, 0 if not present or decreased
• Satisfactory score is 8
• Ultrasound parameters must be seen within a 30-minute study:
----1 . Gross Body Movement: 3 discrete body or limb movements
----2 . Fetal Tone: one episode of active extension with return to flexion of limb or trunk (hand opening and closing also acceptable)
----3 . Breathing Movements: one 30-second episode of fetal breathing movement (fetal diaphragm or kidneys seen to move up and down, chest wall or abdomen in and out)
----4 . Amniotic Fluid (AF): single pocket of 2cm x 2cm adequate for BPP
Note that fetus may still have oligohydramnios with a BPP of 8/8.
Answer
fetal gross body movement


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BPP
Biophysical Profile (BPP) • Ultrasound study of fetal gross body movement, tone, “breathing” movements, amniotic fluid volume • Each factor given a score of 2 if present, 0 if not present or decreased • Satisfactory score is 8 • Ultrasound para







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Biophysical Profile (BPP)
• Ultrasound study of fetal gross body movement, [...], “breathing” movements, amniotic fluid volume
• Each factor given a score of 2 if present, 0 if not present or decreased
• Satisfactory score is 8
• Ultrasound parameters must be seen within a 30-minute study:
----1 . Gross Body Movement: 3 discrete body or limb movements
----2 . Fetal Tone: one episode of active extension with return to flexion of limb or trunk (hand opening and closing also acceptable)
----3 . Breathing Movements: one 30-second episode of fetal breathing movement (fetal diaphragm or kidneys seen to move up and down, chest wall or abdomen in and out)
----4 . Amniotic Fluid (AF): single pocket of 2cm x 2cm adequate for BPP
Note that fetus may still have oligohydramnios with a BPP of 8/8.
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tone


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BPP
Biophysical Profile (BPP) • Ultrasound study of fetal gross body movement, tone, “breathing” movements, amniotic fluid volume • Each factor given a score of 2 if present, 0 if not present or decreased • Satisfactory score is 8 • Ultrasound parameters







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Biophysical Profile (BPP)
• Ultrasound study of fetal gross body movement, tone, [...], amniotic fluid volume
• Each factor given a score of 2 if present, 0 if not present or decreased
• Satisfactory score is 8
• Ultrasound parameters must be seen within a 30-minute study:
----1 . Gross Body Movement: 3 discrete body or limb movements
----2 . Fetal Tone: one episode of active extension with return to flexion of limb or trunk (hand opening and closing also acceptable)
----3 . Breathing Movements: one 30-second episode of fetal breathing movement (fetal diaphragm or kidneys seen to move up and down, chest wall or abdomen in and out)
----4 . Amniotic Fluid (AF): single pocket of 2cm x 2cm adequate for BPP
Note that fetus may still have oligohydramnios with a BPP of 8/8.
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“breathing” movements


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BPP
Biophysical Profile (BPP) • Ultrasound study of fetal gross body movement, tone, “breathing” movements, amniotic fluid volume • Each factor given a score of 2 if present, 0 if not present or decreased • Satisfactory score is 8 • Ultrasound parameters must be seen within a







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Biophysical Profile (BPP)
• Ultrasound study of fetal gross body movement, tone, “breathing” movements, [...]
• Each factor given a score of 2 if present, 0 if not present or decreased
• Satisfactory score is 8
• Ultrasound parameters must be seen within a 30-minute study:
----1 . Gross Body Movement: 3 discrete body or limb movements
----2 . Fetal Tone: one episode of active extension with return to flexion of limb or trunk (hand opening and closing also acceptable)
----3 . Breathing Movements: one 30-second episode of fetal breathing movement (fetal diaphragm or kidneys seen to move up and down, chest wall or abdomen in and out)
----4 . Amniotic Fluid (AF): single pocket of 2cm x 2cm adequate for BPP
Note that fetus may still have oligohydramnios with a BPP of 8/8.
Answer
amniotic fluid volume


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BPP
Biophysical Profile (BPP) • Ultrasound study of fetal gross body movement, tone, “breathing” movements, amniotic fluid volume • Each factor given a score of 2 if present, 0 if not present or decreased • Satisfactory score is 8 • Ultrasound parameters must be seen within a 30-minute study: -







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Biophysical Profile (BPP)
• Ultrasound study of fetal gross body movement, tone, “breathing” movements, amniotic fluid volume
• Each factor given a score of 2 if present, 0 if not present or decreased
• Satisfactory score is 8
• Ultrasound parameters must be seen within a [...]minute study:
----1 . Gross Body Movement: 3 discrete body or limb movements
----2 . Fetal Tone: one episode of active extension with return to flexion of limb or trunk (hand opening and closing also acceptable)
----3 . Breathing Movements: one 30-second episode of fetal breathing movement (fetal diaphragm or kidneys seen to move up and down, chest wall or abdomen in and out)
----4 . Amniotic Fluid (AF): single pocket of 2cm x 2cm adequate for BPP
Note that fetus may still have oligohydramnios with a BPP of 8/8.
Answer
30-


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BPP
of fetal gross body movement, tone, “breathing” movements, amniotic fluid volume • Each factor given a score of 2 if present, 0 if not present or decreased • Satisfactory score is 8 • Ultrasound parameters must be seen within a <span>30-minute study: ----1 . Gross Body Movement: 3 discrete body or limb movements ----2 . Fetal Tone: one episode of active extension with return to flexion of limb or trunk (hand o







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Biophysical Profile (BPP)
• Ultrasound study of fetal gross body movement, tone, “breathing” movements, amniotic fluid volume
• Each factor given a score of 2 if present, 0 if not present or decreased
• Satisfactory score is 8
• Ultrasound parameters must be seen within a 30-minute study:
----1 . Gross Body Movement: [...] discrete body or limb movements
----2 . Fetal Tone: one episode of active extension with return to flexion of limb or trunk (hand opening and closing also acceptable)
----3 . Breathing Movements: one 30-second episode of fetal breathing movement (fetal diaphragm or kidneys seen to move up and down, chest wall or abdomen in and out)
----4 . Amniotic Fluid (AF): single pocket of 2cm x 2cm adequate for BPP
Note that fetus may still have oligohydramnios with a BPP of 8/8.
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3


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BPP
ements, amniotic fluid volume • Each factor given a score of 2 if present, 0 if not present or decreased • Satisfactory score is 8 • Ultrasound parameters must be seen within a 30-minute study: ----1 . Gross Body Movement: <span>3 discrete body or limb movements ----2 . Fetal Tone: one episode of active extension with return to flexion of limb or trunk (hand opening and closing also acceptable) ----3 .







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Biophysical Profile (BPP)
• Ultrasound study of fetal gross body movement, tone, “breathing” movements, amniotic fluid volume
• Each factor given a score of 2 if present, 0 if not present or decreased
• Satisfactory score is 8
• Ultrasound parameters must be seen within a 30-minute study:
----1 . Gross Body Movement: 3 discrete body or limb movements
----2 . Fetal Tone: one episode of [...]
----3 . Breathing Movements: one 30-second episode of fetal breathing movement (fetal diaphragm or kidneys seen to move up and down, chest wall or abdomen in and out)
----4 . Amniotic Fluid (AF): single pocket of 2cm x 2cm adequate for BPP
Note that fetus may still have oligohydramnios with a BPP of 8/8.
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active extension with return to flexion of limb or trunk (hand opening and closing also acceptable)


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sent, 0 if not present or decreased • Satisfactory score is 8 • Ultrasound parameters must be seen within a 30-minute study: ----1 . Gross Body Movement: 3 discrete body or limb movements ----2 . Fetal Tone: one episode of <span>active extension with return to flexion of limb or trunk (hand opening and closing also acceptable) ----3 . Breathing Movements: one 30-second episode of fetal breathing movement (fetal diaphragm or kidneys seen to move up and down, chest wall or abdomen in and out) ----4 .







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Biophysical Profile (BPP)
• Ultrasound study of fetal gross body movement, tone, “breathing” movements, amniotic fluid volume
• Each factor given a score of 2 if present, 0 if not present or decreased
• Satisfactory score is 8
• Ultrasound parameters must be seen within a 30-minute study:
----1 . Gross Body Movement: 3 discrete body or limb movements
----2 . Fetal Tone: one episode of active extension with return to flexion of limb or trunk (hand opening and closing also acceptable)
----3 . Breathing Movements: one [...]-second episode of fetal breathing movement (fetal diaphragm or kidneys seen to move up and down, chest wall or abdomen in and out)
----4 . Amniotic Fluid (AF): single pocket of 2cm x 2cm adequate for BPP
Note that fetus may still have oligohydramnios with a BPP of 8/8.
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30


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; ----1 . Gross Body Movement: 3 discrete body or limb movements ----2 . Fetal Tone: one episode of active extension with return to flexion of limb or trunk (hand opening and closing also acceptable) ----3 . Breathing Movements: one <span>30-second episode of fetal breathing movement (fetal diaphragm or kidneys seen to move up and down, chest wall or abdomen in and out) ----4 . Amniotic Fluid (AF): single pocket of 2cm







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Biophysical Profile (BPP)
• Ultrasound study of fetal gross body movement, tone, “breathing” movements, amniotic fluid volume
• Each factor given a score of 2 if present, 0 if not present or decreased
• Satisfactory score is 8
• Ultrasound parameters must be seen within a 30-minute study:
----1 . Gross Body Movement: 3 discrete body or limb movements
----2 . Fetal Tone: one episode of active extension with return to flexion of limb or trunk (hand opening and closing also acceptable)
----3 . Breathing Movements: one 30-second episode of fetal breathing movement ([...])
----4 . Amniotic Fluid (AF): single pocket of 2cm x 2cm adequate for BPP
Note that fetus may still have oligohydramnios with a BPP of 8/8.
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fetal diaphragm or kidneys seen to move up and down, chest wall or abdomen in and out


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or limb movements ----2 . Fetal Tone: one episode of active extension with return to flexion of limb or trunk (hand opening and closing also acceptable) ----3 . Breathing Movements: one 30-second episode of fetal breathing movement (<span>fetal diaphragm or kidneys seen to move up and down, chest wall or abdomen in and out) ----4 . Amniotic Fluid (AF): single pocket of 2cm x 2cm adequate for BPP Note that fetus may still have oligohydramnios with a BPP of 8/8. <span><body><html>







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Biophysical Profile (BPP)
• Ultrasound study of fetal gross body movement, tone, “breathing” movements, amniotic fluid volume
• Each factor given a score of 2 if present, 0 if not present or decreased
• Satisfactory score is 8
• Ultrasound parameters must be seen within a 30-minute study:
----1 . Gross Body Movement: 3 discrete body or limb movements
----2 . Fetal Tone: one episode of active extension with return to flexion of limb or trunk (hand opening and closing also acceptable)
----3 . Breathing Movements: one 30-second episode of fetal breathing movement (fetal diaphragm or kidneys seen to move up and down, chest wall or abdomen in and out)
----4 . Amniotic Fluid (AF): single pocket of [...] adequate for BPP
Note that fetus may still have oligohydramnios with a BPP of 8/8.
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2cm x 2cm


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ng also acceptable) ----3 . Breathing Movements: one 30-second episode of fetal breathing movement (fetal diaphragm or kidneys seen to move up and down, chest wall or abdomen in and out) ----4 . Amniotic Fluid (AF): single pocket of <span>2cm x 2cm adequate for BPP Note that fetus may still have oligohydramnios with a BPP of 8/8. <span><body><html>







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Third trimester scan
• some obstetricians order routine third trimester ultrasound around [...] weeks
• currently, the cost/benefit is unproven
• reserve ultrasound in third trimester for specific indications: growth, position, re-assessment of identified problems (e.g. placenta if marginal or previa at 20 weeks, fetal pelviectasis)
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32


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third trimester scan
Third trimester scan • some obstetricians order routine third trimester ultrasound around 32 weeks • currently, the cost/benefit is unproven • reserve ultrasound in third trimester for specific indications: growth, position, re-assessment of identified problems (e.g.







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Third trimester scan
• some obstetricians order routine third trimester ultrasound around 32 weeks
• currently, the cost/benefit is unproven
• reserve ultrasound in third trimester for specific indications: [...], position, re-assessment of identified problems (e.g. placenta if marginal or previa at 20 weeks, fetal pelviectasis)
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growth


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third trimester scan
ad>Third trimester scan • some obstetricians order routine third trimester ultrasound around 32 weeks • currently, the cost/benefit is unproven • reserve ultrasound in third trimester for specific indications: growth, position, re-assessment of identified problems (e.g. placenta if marginal or previa at 20 weeks, fetal pelviectasis)<html>







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Third trimester scan
• some obstetricians order routine third trimester ultrasound around 32 weeks
• currently, the cost/benefit is unproven
• reserve ultrasound in third trimester for specific indications: growth, [...], re-assessment of identified problems (e.g. placenta if marginal or previa at 20 weeks, fetal pelviectasis)
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position


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third trimester scan
>Third trimester scan • some obstetricians order routine third trimester ultrasound around 32 weeks • currently, the cost/benefit is unproven • reserve ultrasound in third trimester for specific indications: growth, position, re-assessment of identified problems (e.g. placenta if marginal or previa at 20 weeks, fetal pelviectasis)<body><html>







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Third trimester scan
• some obstetricians order routine third trimester ultrasound around 32 weeks
• currently, the cost/benefit is unproven
• reserve ultrasound in third trimester for specific indications: growth, position, re-assessment of identified problems (e.g. [...])
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placenta if marginal or previa at 20 weeks, fetal pelviectasis


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third trimester scan
icians order routine third trimester ultrasound around 32 weeks • currently, the cost/benefit is unproven • reserve ultrasound in third trimester for specific indications: growth, position, re-assessment of identified problems (e.g. <span>placenta if marginal or previa at 20 weeks, fetal pelviectasis)<span><body><html>







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Routine prenatal care schedule:
• First visit ~ [...] weeks
• Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation
• Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation
• Every week from 36 weeks to delivery
• NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on
• 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired
• 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester
• 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound
• 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC
• 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus
• 40+ wks: weekly biophysical profile for post-dates
• Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3)
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8-12


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Routine prenatal care
Routine prenatal care schedule: • First visit ~ 8-12 weeks • Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation • Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation • Every week from 36 weeks to delivery • NIPT may be offered from approxima







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Routine prenatal care schedule:
• First visit ~ 8-12 weeks
• Every [...] weeks until 28 weeks gestation
• Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation
• Every week from 36 weeks to delivery
• NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on
• 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired
• 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester
• 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound
• 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC
• 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus
• 40+ wks: weekly biophysical profile for post-dates
• Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3)
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4


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Routine prenatal care
Routine prenatal care schedule: • First visit ~ 8-12 weeks • Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation • Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation • Every week from 36 weeks to delivery • NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on







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Routine prenatal care schedule:
• First visit ~ 8-12 weeks
• Every 4 weeks until [...] weeks gestation
• Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation
• Every week from 36 weeks to delivery
• NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on
• 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired
• 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester
• 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound
• 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC
• 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus
• 40+ wks: weekly biophysical profile for post-dates
• Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3)
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28


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Routine prenatal care
Routine prenatal care schedule: • First visit ~ 8-12 weeks • Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation • Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation • Every week from 36 weeks to delivery • NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on • 11-14 wks: I







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Routine prenatal care schedule:
• First visit ~ 8-12 weeks
• Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation
• Every [...] weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation
• Every week from 36 weeks to delivery
• NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on
• 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired
• 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester
• 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound
• 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC
• 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus
• 40+ wks: weekly biophysical profile for post-dates
• Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3)
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2


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Routine prenatal care
Routine prenatal care schedule: • First visit ~ 8-12 weeks • Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation • Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation • Every week from 36 weeks to delivery • NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on • 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired&#13







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Routine prenatal care schedule:
• First visit ~ 8-12 weeks
• Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation
• Every 2 weeks from [...] weeks gestation
• Every week from 36 weeks to delivery
• NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on
• 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired
• 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester
• 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound
• 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC
• 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus
• 40+ wks: weekly biophysical profile for post-dates
• Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3)
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28-36


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Routine prenatal care
Routine prenatal care schedule: • First visit ~ 8-12 weeks • Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation • Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation • Every week from 36 weeks to delivery • NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on • 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired • 15-20 wks: IP







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Routine prenatal care schedule:
• First visit ~ 8-12 weeks
• Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation
• Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation
• Every week from [...] weeks to delivery
• NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on
• 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired
• 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester
• 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound
• 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC
• 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus
• 40+ wks: weekly biophysical profile for post-dates
• Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3)
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36


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Routine prenatal care
Routine prenatal care schedule: • First visit ~ 8-12 weeks • Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation • Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation • Every week from 36 weeks to delivery • NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on • 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired • 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Maternal serum alpha-fetoprot







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Routine prenatal care schedule:
• First visit ~ 8-12 weeks
• Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation
• Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation
• Every [...] from 36 weeks to delivery
• NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on
• 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired
• 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester
• 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound
• 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC
• 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus
• 40+ wks: weekly biophysical profile for post-dates
• Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3)
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week


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Routine prenatal care
Routine prenatal care schedule: • First visit ~ 8-12 weeks • Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation • Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation • Every week from 36 weeks to delivery • NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on • 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired • 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Maternal serum alpha-







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Routine prenatal care schedule:
• First visit ~ 8-12 weeks
• Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation
• Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation
• Every week from 36 weeks to delivery
• NIPT may be offered from approximately [...] weeks on
• 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired
• 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester
• 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound
• 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC
• 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus
• 40+ wks: weekly biophysical profile for post-dates
• Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3)
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10


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Routine prenatal care
ne prenatal care schedule: • First visit ~ 8-12 weeks • Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation • Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation • Every week from 36 weeks to delivery • NIPT may be offered from approximately <span>10 weeks on • 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired • 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in firs







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Routine prenatal care schedule:
• First visit ~ 8-12 weeks
• Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation
• Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation
• Every week from 36 weeks to delivery
• NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on
• 11-14 wks: [...] if desired
• 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester
• 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound
• 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC
• 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus
• 40+ wks: weekly biophysical profile for post-dates
• Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3)
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IPS Part I or FTS


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Routine prenatal care
; • First visit ~ 8-12 weeks • Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation • Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation • Every week from 36 weeks to delivery • NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on • 11-14 wks: <span>IPS Part I or FTS if desired • 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester • 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultraso







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Routine prenatal care schedule:
• First visit ~ 8-12 weeks
• Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation
• Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation
• Every week from 36 weeks to delivery
• NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on
[...] wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired
• 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester
• 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound
• 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC
• 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus
• 40+ wks: weekly biophysical profile for post-dates
• Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3)
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11-14


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Routine prenatal care
hedule: • First visit ~ 8-12 weeks • Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation • Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation • Every week from 36 weeks to delivery • NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on • <span>11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired • 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester • 18-







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Routine prenatal care schedule:
• First visit ~ 8-12 weeks
• Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation
• Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation
• Every week from 36 weeks to delivery
• NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on
• 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired
[...] wks: IPS Part II or Maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester
• 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound
• 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC
• 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus
• 40+ wks: weekly biophysical profile for post-dates
• Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3)
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15-20


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Routine prenatal care
Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation • Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation • Every week from 36 weeks to delivery • NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on • 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired • <span>15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester • 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound • 27-29 wks: Or







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Routine prenatal care schedule:
• First visit ~ 8-12 weeks
• Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation
• Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation
• Every week from 36 weeks to delivery
• NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on
• 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired
• 15-20 wks: [...] or Maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester
• 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound
• 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC
• 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus
• 40+ wks: weekly biophysical profile for post-dates
• Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3)
Answer
IPS Part II


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Routine prenatal care
ks until 28 weeks gestation • Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation • Every week from 36 weeks to delivery • NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on • 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired • 15-20 wks: <span>IPS Part II or Maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester • 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound • 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challe







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Routine prenatal care schedule:
• First visit ~ 8-12 weeks
• Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation
• Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation
• Every week from 36 weeks to delivery
• NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on
• 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired
• 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or [...]
• 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound
• 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC
• 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus
• 40+ wks: weekly biophysical profile for post-dates
• Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3)
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Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester


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Routine prenatal care
ks gestation • Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation • Every week from 36 weeks to delivery • NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on • 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired • 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or <span>Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester • 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound • 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC • 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for







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Routine prenatal care schedule:
• First visit ~ 8-12 weeks
• Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation
• Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation
• Every week from 36 weeks to delivery
• NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on
• 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired
• 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester
[...] wks: Anatomy ultrasound
• 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC
• 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus
• 40+ wks: weekly biophysical profile for post-dates
• Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3)
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18-20


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Routine prenatal care
from 36 weeks to delivery • NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on • 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired • 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester • <span>18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound • 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC • 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B strep







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Routine prenatal care schedule:
• First visit ~ 8-12 weeks
• Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation
• Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation
• Every week from 36 weeks to delivery
• NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on
• 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired
• 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester
• 18-20 wks: [...]
• 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC
• 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus
• 40+ wks: weekly biophysical profile for post-dates
• Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3)
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Anatomy ultrasound


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ks to delivery • NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on • 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired • 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester • 18-20 wks: <span>Anatomy ultrasound • 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC • 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus • 40+ wks:







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Routine prenatal care schedule:
• First visit ~ 8-12 weeks
• Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation
• Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation
• Every week from 36 weeks to delivery
• NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on
• 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired
• 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester
• 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound
[...] wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC
• 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus
• 40+ wks: weekly biophysical profile for post-dates
• Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3)
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27-29


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may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on • 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired • 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester • 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound • <span>27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC • 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus • 40+ wks: weekly bioph







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Routine prenatal care schedule:
• First visit ~ 8-12 weeks
• Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation
• Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation
• Every week from 36 weeks to delivery
• NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on
• 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired
• 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester
• 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound
• 27-29 wks: [...] test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC
• 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus
• 40+ wks: weekly biophysical profile for post-dates
• Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3)
Answer
Oral glucose challenge


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Routine prenatal care
ered from approximately 10 weeks on • 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired • 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester • 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound • 27-29 wks: <span>Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC • 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus • 40+ wks: weekly biophysical profile for post-date







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Routine prenatal care schedule:
• First visit ~ 8-12 weeks
• Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation
• Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation
• Every week from 36 weeks to delivery
• NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on
• 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired
• 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester
• 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound
• 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, [...], CBC
• 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus
• 40+ wks: weekly biophysical profile for post-dates
• Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3)
Answer
Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients


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Routine prenatal care
eks on • 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired • 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester • 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound • 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, <span>Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC • 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus • 40+ wks: weekly biophysical profile for post-dates • Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3







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Routine prenatal care schedule:
• First visit ~ 8-12 weeks
• Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation
• Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation
• Every week from 36 weeks to delivery
• NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on
• 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired
• 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester
• 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound
• 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, [...]
• 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus
• 40+ wks: weekly biophysical profile for post-dates
• Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3)
Answer
CBC


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Routine prenatal care
• 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester • 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound • 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, <span>CBC • 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus • 40+ wks: weekly biophysical profile for post-dates • Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3)</sp







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Routine prenatal care schedule:
• First visit ~ 8-12 weeks
• Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation
• Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation
• Every week from 36 weeks to delivery
• NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on
• 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired
• 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester
• 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound
• 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC
[...] wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus
• 40+ wks: weekly biophysical profile for post-dates
• Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3)
Answer
36


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Routine prenatal care
: IPS Part II or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester • 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound • 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC • <span>36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus • 40+ wks: weekly biophysical profile for post-dates • Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3)<span>







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Routine prenatal care schedule:
• First visit ~ 8-12 weeks
• Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation
• Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation
• Every week from 36 weeks to delivery
• NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on
• 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired
• 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester
• 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound
• 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC
• 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for [...]
• 40+ wks: weekly biophysical profile for post-dates
• Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3)
Answer
Group B streptococcus


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Routine prenatal care
want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester • 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound • 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC • 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for <span>Group B streptococcus • 40+ wks: weekly biophysical profile for post-dates • Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3)<span><body><html>







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Routine prenatal care schedule:
• First visit ~ 8-12 weeks
• Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation
• Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation
• Every week from 36 weeks to delivery
• NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on
• 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired
• 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester
• 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound
• 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC
• 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus
[...] wks: weekly biophysical profile for post-dates
• Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3)
Answer
40+


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Routine prenatal care
ot tested in first trimester • 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound • 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC • 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus • <span>40+ wks: weekly biophysical profile for post-dates • Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3)<span><body><html>







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Routine prenatal care schedule:
• First visit ~ 8-12 weeks
• Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation
• Every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks gestation
• Every week from 36 weeks to delivery
• NIPT may be offered from approximately 10 weeks on
• 11-14 wks: IPS Part I or FTS if desired
• 15-20 wks: IPS Part II or Quad screen if want genetic screening and not tested in first trimester
• 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound
• 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC
• 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus
• 40+ wks: weekly [...] for post-dates
• Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3)
Answer
biophysical profile


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Routine prenatal care
st trimester • 18-20 wks: Anatomy ultrasound • 27-29 wks: Oral glucose challenge test, Rh immune globulin (RhIG/Rhogam) for Rh negative patients, CBC • 36 wks: vagino-rectal swab for Group B streptococcus • 40+ wks: weekly <span>biophysical profile for post-dates • Should be delivered prior to 42 weeks (plan IOL at 41+3)<span><body><html>







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Testing for GDM:
• Current standard of care is [...]

Glucose Challenge Test (GCT):

• no preparation required and no fasting prior to test needed
• 50g oral glucose load is given
• wait one hour after drink with no eating or drinking during this time, then draw blood for glucose test
• blood glucose <7.8 is considered a negative screen
• if result is 11.1 mmol/L, gestation diabetes is present
• if value is between 7.8 and 11.0, follow with glucose tolerance test

Glucose Tolerance Test (GTT):
• patient must fast from night before
• fasting blood sugar drawn in the morning
• 75g oral glucose load is given
• blood is drawn again 1 and then 2 hours after the drink is completed
• Abnormal for 75g 2-hour GTT:
---1 . FBS ≥ 5.3 mmol/L
---2 . 1-hour ≥ 10.6 mmol/L
---3 . 2-hour ≥ 9.0 mmol/L
• one abnormal value = GDM
Postpartum:
• Ensure postpartum follow-up: pts with GDM should have a GTT between 6wks and 6 months postpartum, with appropriate follow-up with endocrinology or their family doctor
• Patients with GDM have a very high risk of developing future DMII: may be impetus to improve diet and lifestyle
Answer
to investigate all pregnancies with oral glucose challenge test


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Testing for GDM
Testing for GDM: • Current standard of care is to investigate all pregnancies with oral glucose challenge test Glucose Challenge Test (GCT): • no preparation required and no fasting prior to test needed • 50g oral glucose load is given • wait one hour after drink with







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Testing for GDM:
• Current standard of care is to investigate all pregnancies with oral glucose challenge test

Glucose Challenge Test (GCT):
• no preparation required and no fasting prior to test needed
[...]g oral glucose load is given
• wait one hour after drink with no eating or drinking during this time, then draw blood for glucose test
• blood glucose <7.8 is considered a negative screen
• if result is 11.1 mmol/L, gestation diabetes is present
• if value is between 7.8 and 11.0, follow with glucose tolerance test

Glucose Tolerance Test (GTT):
• patient must fast from night before
• fasting blood sugar drawn in the morning
• 75g oral glucose load is given
• blood is drawn again 1 and then 2 hours after the drink is completed
• Abnormal for 75g 2-hour GTT:
---1 . FBS ≥ 5.3 mmol/L
---2 . 1-hour ≥ 10.6 mmol/L
---3 . 2-hour ≥ 9.0 mmol/L
• one abnormal value = GDM
Postpartum:
• Ensure postpartum follow-up: pts with GDM should have a GTT between 6wks and 6 months postpartum, with appropriate follow-up with endocrinology or their family doctor
• Patients with GDM have a very high risk of developing future DMII: may be impetus to improve diet and lifestyle
Answer
50


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Testing for GDM
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Testing for GDM:
• Current standard of care is to investigate all pregnancies with oral glucose challenge test

Glucose Challenge Test (GCT):
• no preparation required and no fasting prior to test needed
• 50g oral glucose load is given
• wait [...] hour after drink with no eating or drinking during this time, then draw blood for glucose test
• blood glucose <7.8 is considered a negative screen
• if result is 11.1 mmol/L, gestation diabetes is present
• if value is between 7.8 and 11.0, follow with glucose tolerance test

Glucose Tolerance Test (GTT):
• patient must fast from night before
• fasting blood sugar drawn in the morning
• 75g oral glucose load is given
• blood is drawn again 1 and then 2 hours after the drink is completed
• Abnormal for 75g 2-hour GTT:
---1 . FBS ≥ 5.3 mmol/L
---2 . 1-hour ≥ 10.6 mmol/L
---3 . 2-hour ≥ 9.0 mmol/L
• one abnormal value = GDM
Postpartum:
• Ensure postpartum follow-up: pts with GDM should have a GTT between 6wks and 6 months postpartum, with appropriate follow-up with endocrinology or their family doctor
• Patients with GDM have a very high risk of developing future DMII: may be impetus to improve diet and lifestyle
Answer
one


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Testing for GDM
tandard of care is to investigate all pregnancies with oral glucose challenge test Glucose Challenge Test (GCT): • no preparation required and no fasting prior to test needed • 50g oral glucose load is given • wait <span>one hour after drink with no eating or drinking during this time, then draw blood for glucose test • blood glucose <7.8 is considered a negative screen • if result is 11.1 mmol







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Testing for GDM:
• Current standard of care is to investigate all pregnancies with oral glucose challenge test

Glucose Challenge Test (GCT):
• no preparation required and no fasting prior to test needed
• 50g oral glucose load is given
• wait one hour after drink with no eating or drinking during this time, then draw blood for glucose test
• blood glucose <[...] is considered a negative screen
• if result is 11.1 mmol/L, gestation diabetes is present
• if value is between 7.8 and 11.0, follow with glucose tolerance test

Glucose Tolerance Test (GTT):
• patient must fast from night before
• fasting blood sugar drawn in the morning
• 75g oral glucose load is given
• blood is drawn again 1 and then 2 hours after the drink is completed
• Abnormal for 75g 2-hour GTT:
---1 . FBS ≥ 5.3 mmol/L
---2 . 1-hour ≥ 10.6 mmol/L
---3 . 2-hour ≥ 9.0 mmol/L
• one abnormal value = GDM
Postpartum:
• Ensure postpartum follow-up: pts with GDM should have a GTT between 6wks and 6 months postpartum, with appropriate follow-up with endocrinology or their family doctor
• Patients with GDM have a very high risk of developing future DMII: may be impetus to improve diet and lifestyle
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7.8


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Testing for GDM
• no preparation required and no fasting prior to test needed • 50g oral glucose load is given • wait one hour after drink with no eating or drinking during this time, then draw blood for glucose test • blood glucose <<span>7.8 is considered a negative screen • if result is 11.1 mmol/L, gestation diabetes is present • if value is between 7.8 and 11.0, follow with glucose tolerance test Gl







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Testing for GDM:
• Current standard of care is to investigate all pregnancies with oral glucose challenge test

Glucose Challenge Test (GCT):
• no preparation required and no fasting prior to test needed
• 50g oral glucose load is given
• wait one hour after drink with no eating or drinking during this time, then draw blood for glucose test
• blood glucose <7.8 is considered a negative screen
• if result is [...] mmol/L, gestation diabetes is present
• if value is between 7.8 and 11.0, follow with glucose tolerance test

Glucose Tolerance Test (GTT):
• patient must fast from night before
• fasting blood sugar drawn in the morning
• 75g oral glucose load is given
• blood is drawn again 1 and then 2 hours after the drink is completed
• Abnormal for 75g 2-hour GTT:
---1 . FBS ≥ 5.3 mmol/L
---2 . 1-hour ≥ 10.6 mmol/L
---3 . 2-hour ≥ 9.0 mmol/L
• one abnormal value = GDM
Postpartum:
• Ensure postpartum follow-up: pts with GDM should have a GTT between 6wks and 6 months postpartum, with appropriate follow-up with endocrinology or their family doctor
• Patients with GDM have a very high risk of developing future DMII: may be impetus to improve diet and lifestyle
Answer
11.1


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Testing for GDM
test needed • 50g oral glucose load is given • wait one hour after drink with no eating or drinking during this time, then draw blood for glucose test • blood glucose <7.8 is considered a negative screen • if result is <span>11.1 mmol/L, gestation diabetes is present • if value is between 7.8 and 11.0, follow with glucose tolerance test Glucose Tolerance Test (GTT): • patient must fast fro







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Testing for GDM:
• Current standard of care is to investigate all pregnancies with oral glucose challenge test

Glucose Challenge Test (GCT):
• no preparation required and no fasting prior to test needed
• 50g oral glucose load is given
• wait one hour after drink with no eating or drinking during this time, then draw blood for glucose test
• blood glucose <7.8 is considered a negative screen
• if result is 11.1 mmol/L, gestation diabetes is present
• if value is between [...], follow with glucose tolerance test

Glucose Tolerance Test (GTT):
• patient must fast from night before
• fasting blood sugar drawn in the morning
• 75g oral glucose load is given
• blood is drawn again 1 and then 2 hours after the drink is completed
• Abnormal for 75g 2-hour GTT:
---1 . FBS ≥ 5.3 mmol/L
---2 . 1-hour ≥ 10.6 mmol/L
---3 . 2-hour ≥ 9.0 mmol/L
• one abnormal value = GDM
Postpartum:
• Ensure postpartum follow-up: pts with GDM should have a GTT between 6wks and 6 months postpartum, with appropriate follow-up with endocrinology or their family doctor
• Patients with GDM have a very high risk of developing future DMII: may be impetus to improve diet and lifestyle
Answer
7.8 and 11.0


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Testing for GDM
r after drink with no eating or drinking during this time, then draw blood for glucose test • blood glucose <7.8 is considered a negative screen • if result is 11.1 mmol/L, gestation diabetes is present • if value is between <span>7.8 and 11.0, follow with glucose tolerance test Glucose Tolerance Test (GTT): • patient must fast from night before • fasting blood sugar drawn in the morning • 75g oral







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Testing for GDM:
• Current standard of care is to investigate all pregnancies with oral glucose challenge test

Glucose Challenge Test (GCT):
• no preparation required and no fasting prior to test needed
• 50g oral glucose load is given
• wait one hour after drink with no eating or drinking during this time, then draw blood for glucose test
• blood glucose <7.8 is considered a negative screen
• if result is 11.1 mmol/L, gestation diabetes is present
• if value is between 7.8 and 11.0, follow with glucose tolerance test

Glucose Tolerance Test (GTT):
• patient must fast from night before
• fasting blood sugar drawn in the morning
[...]g oral glucose load is given
• blood is drawn again 1 and then 2 hours after the drink is completed
• Abnormal for 75g 2-hour GTT:
---1 . FBS ≥ 5.3 mmol/L
---2 . 1-hour ≥ 10.6 mmol/L
---3 . 2-hour ≥ 9.0 mmol/L
• one abnormal value = GDM
Postpartum:
• Ensure postpartum follow-up: pts with GDM should have a GTT between 6wks and 6 months postpartum, with appropriate follow-up with endocrinology or their family doctor
• Patients with GDM have a very high risk of developing future DMII: may be impetus to improve diet and lifestyle
Answer
75


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Testing for GDM
ation diabetes is present • if value is between 7.8 and 11.0, follow with glucose tolerance test Glucose Tolerance Test (GTT): • patient must fast from night before • fasting blood sugar drawn in the morning • <span>75g oral glucose load is given • blood is drawn again 1 and then 2 hours after the drink is completed • Abnormal for 75g 2-hour GTT: ---1 . FBS ≥ 5.3 mmol/L ---2 . 1-ho







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Testing for GDM:
• Current standard of care is to investigate all pregnancies with oral glucose challenge test

Glucose Challenge Test (GCT):
• no preparation required and no fasting prior to test needed
• 50g oral glucose load is given
• wait one hour after drink with no eating or drinking during this time, then draw blood for glucose test
• blood glucose <7.8 is considered a negative screen
• if result is 11.1 mmol/L, gestation diabetes is present
• if value is between 7.8 and 11.0, follow with glucose tolerance test

Glucose Tolerance Test (GTT):
• patient must fast from night before
• fasting blood sugar drawn in the morning
• 75g oral glucose load is given
• blood is drawn again [...] hours after the drink is completed
• Abnormal for 75g 2-hour GTT:
---1 . FBS ≥ 5.3 mmol/L
---2 . 1-hour ≥ 10.6 mmol/L
---3 . 2-hour ≥ 9.0 mmol/L
• one abnormal value = GDM
Postpartum:
• Ensure postpartum follow-up: pts with GDM should have a GTT between 6wks and 6 months postpartum, with appropriate follow-up with endocrinology or their family doctor
• Patients with GDM have a very high risk of developing future DMII: may be impetus to improve diet and lifestyle
Answer
1 and then 2


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Testing for GDM
d 11.0, follow with glucose tolerance test Glucose Tolerance Test (GTT): • patient must fast from night before • fasting blood sugar drawn in the morning • 75g oral glucose load is given • blood is drawn again <span>1 and then 2 hours after the drink is completed • Abnormal for 75g 2-hour GTT: ---1 . FBS ≥ 5.3 mmol/L ---2 . 1-hour ≥ 10.6 mmol/L ---3 . 2-hour ≥ 9.0 mmol/L • one abnormal







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Testing for GDM:
• Current standard of care is to investigate all pregnancies with oral glucose challenge test

Glucose Challenge Test (GCT):
• no preparation required and no fasting prior to test needed
• 50g oral glucose load is given
• wait one hour after drink with no eating or drinking during this time, then draw blood for glucose test
• blood glucose <7.8 is considered a negative screen
• if result is 11.1 mmol/L, gestation diabetes is present
• if value is between 7.8 and 11.0, follow with glucose tolerance test

Glucose Tolerance Test (GTT):
• patient must fast from night before
• fasting blood sugar drawn in the morning
• 75g oral glucose load is given
• blood is drawn again 1 and then 2 hours after the drink is completed
• Abnormal for 75g 2-hour GTT:
---1 . FBS ≥ [...] mmol/L
---2 . 1-hour ≥ 10.6 mmol/L
---3 . 2-hour ≥ 9.0 mmol/L
• one abnormal value = GDM
Postpartum:
• Ensure postpartum follow-up: pts with GDM should have a GTT between 6wks and 6 months postpartum, with appropriate follow-up with endocrinology or their family doctor
• Patients with GDM have a very high risk of developing future DMII: may be impetus to improve diet and lifestyle
Answer
5.3


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Testing for GDM
ust fast from night before • fasting blood sugar drawn in the morning • 75g oral glucose load is given • blood is drawn again 1 and then 2 hours after the drink is completed • Abnormal for 75g 2-hour GTT: ---1 . FBS ≥ <span>5.3 mmol/L ---2 . 1-hour ≥ 10.6 mmol/L ---3 . 2-hour ≥ 9.0 mmol/L • one abnormal value = GDM Postpartum: • Ensure postpartum follow-up: pts with GDM should have a







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Testing for GDM:
• Current standard of care is to investigate all pregnancies with oral glucose challenge test

Glucose Challenge Test (GCT):
• no preparation required and no fasting prior to test needed
• 50g oral glucose load is given
• wait one hour after drink with no eating or drinking during this time, then draw blood for glucose test
• blood glucose <7.8 is considered a negative screen
• if result is 11.1 mmol/L, gestation diabetes is present
• if value is between 7.8 and 11.0, follow with glucose tolerance test

Glucose Tolerance Test (GTT):
• patient must fast from night before
• fasting blood sugar drawn in the morning
• 75g oral glucose load is given
• blood is drawn again 1 and then 2 hours after the drink is completed
• Abnormal for 75g 2-hour GTT:
---1 . FBS ≥ 5.3 mmol/L
---2 . 1-hour ≥ [...] mmol/L
---3 . 2-hour ≥ 9.0 mmol/L
• one abnormal value = GDM
Postpartum:
• Ensure postpartum follow-up: pts with GDM should have a GTT between 6wks and 6 months postpartum, with appropriate follow-up with endocrinology or their family doctor
• Patients with GDM have a very high risk of developing future DMII: may be impetus to improve diet and lifestyle
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10.6


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Testing for GDM
• fasting blood sugar drawn in the morning • 75g oral glucose load is given • blood is drawn again 1 and then 2 hours after the drink is completed • Abnormal for 75g 2-hour GTT: ---1 . FBS ≥ 5.3 mmol/L ---2 . 1-hour ≥ <span>10.6 mmol/L ---3 . 2-hour ≥ 9.0 mmol/L • one abnormal value = GDM Postpartum: • Ensure postpartum follow-up: pts with GDM should have a GTT between 6wks and 6 months po







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Testing for GDM:
• Current standard of care is to investigate all pregnancies with oral glucose challenge test

Glucose Challenge Test (GCT):
• no preparation required and no fasting prior to test needed
• 50g oral glucose load is given
• wait one hour after drink with no eating or drinking during this time, then draw blood for glucose test
• blood glucose <7.8 is considered a negative screen
• if result is 11.1 mmol/L, gestation diabetes is present
• if value is between 7.8 and 11.0, follow with glucose tolerance test

Glucose Tolerance Test (GTT):
• patient must fast from night before
• fasting blood sugar drawn in the morning
• 75g oral glucose load is given
• blood is drawn again 1 and then 2 hours after the drink is completed
• Abnormal for 75g 2-hour GTT:
---1 . FBS ≥ 5.3 mmol/L
---2 . 1-hour ≥ 10.6 mmol/L
---3 . 2-hour ≥ [...] mmol/L
• one abnormal value = GDM
Postpartum:
• Ensure postpartum follow-up: pts with GDM should have a GTT between 6wks and 6 months postpartum, with appropriate follow-up with endocrinology or their family doctor
• Patients with GDM have a very high risk of developing future DMII: may be impetus to improve diet and lifestyle
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9.0


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Testing for GDM
e morning • 75g oral glucose load is given • blood is drawn again 1 and then 2 hours after the drink is completed • Abnormal for 75g 2-hour GTT: ---1 . FBS ≥ 5.3 mmol/L ---2 . 1-hour ≥ 10.6 mmol/L ---3 . 2-hour ≥ <span>9.0 mmol/L • one abnormal value = GDM Postpartum: • Ensure postpartum follow-up: pts with GDM should have a GTT between 6wks and 6 months postpartum, with appropriate follo







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Testing for GDM:
• Current standard of care is to investigate all pregnancies with oral glucose challenge test

Glucose Challenge Test (GCT):
• no preparation required and no fasting prior to test needed
• 50g oral glucose load is given
• wait one hour after drink with no eating or drinking during this time, then draw blood for glucose test
• blood glucose <7.8 is considered a negative screen
• if result is 11.1 mmol/L, gestation diabetes is present
• if value is between 7.8 and 11.0, follow with glucose tolerance test

Glucose Tolerance Test (GTT):
• patient must fast from night before
• fasting blood sugar drawn in the morning
• 75g oral glucose load is given
• blood is drawn again 1 and then 2 hours after the drink is completed
• Abnormal for 75g 2-hour GTT:
---1 . FBS ≥ 5.3 mmol/L
---2 . 1-hour ≥ 10.6 mmol/L
---3 . 2-hour ≥ 9.0 mmol/L
• one abnormal value = GDM
Postpartum:
• Ensure postpartum follow-up: pts with GDM should have a GTT between [...] postpartum, with appropriate follow-up with endocrinology or their family doctor
• Patients with GDM have a very high risk of developing future DMII: may be impetus to improve diet and lifestyle
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6wks and 6 months


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Testing for GDM
al for 75g 2-hour GTT: ---1 . FBS ≥ 5.3 mmol/L ---2 . 1-hour ≥ 10.6 mmol/L ---3 . 2-hour ≥ 9.0 mmol/L • one abnormal value = GDM Postpartum: • Ensure postpartum follow-up: pts with GDM should have a GTT between <span>6wks and 6 months postpartum, with appropriate follow-up with endocrinology or their family doctor • Patients with GDM have a very high risk of developing future DMII: may be impetus to improve diet







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Rh Immune Globulin (Rhogam, RhIG)
• Indicated if mother is [...] and has no Rh antibodies
• Given at 28 weeks or whenever there is possibility of feto-maternal hemorrhage (e.g. spontaneous abortion, termination, ectopic, CVS/amniocentesis, antepartum hemorrhage, postpartum)
• Protection lasts approximately 12 weeks
• During this time, patient’s antibody screen will be positive
• Consider testing the father: if father Rh negative as well then baby must be Rh negative and Rhogam will not be required
• Ensure patient understands the potential severity of alloimmunization. She must be certain as to paternity if declining RhIG - if in doubt, give anyway
• Rhogam is an IgG antibody, which prevents mother from mounting an immune response to any Rh positive fetal red blood cells in the maternal circulation during pregnancy
• Dose is 300 mcg given intramuscularly at 28 weeks’ gestation: standard dose is sufficient to protect against ~25 mls of fetal blood
• Do Betke-Kleihauer test and adjust dose if suspect larger feto-maternal hemorrhage
• The blood group and antibody screen (G&S) ordered at the first antenatal visit will identify if mother already has Rh antibodies - Rhogam not given to patients already alloimmunized
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Rh negative


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Rhogam
Rh Immune Globulin (Rhogam, RhIG) • Indicated if mother is Rh negative and has no Rh antibodies • Given at 28 weeks or whenever there is possibility of feto-maternal hemorrhage (e.g. spontaneous abortion, termination, ectopic, CVS/amniocentesis, antep







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Rh Immune Globulin (Rhogam, RhIG)
• Indicated if mother is Rh negative and has no [...]
• Given at 28 weeks or whenever there is possibility of feto-maternal hemorrhage (e.g. spontaneous abortion, termination, ectopic, CVS/amniocentesis, antepartum hemorrhage, postpartum)
• Protection lasts approximately 12 weeks
• During this time, patient’s antibody screen will be positive
• Consider testing the father: if father Rh negative as well then baby must be Rh negative and Rhogam will not be required
• Ensure patient understands the potential severity of alloimmunization. She must be certain as to paternity if declining RhIG - if in doubt, give anyway
• Rhogam is an IgG antibody, which prevents mother from mounting an immune response to any Rh positive fetal red blood cells in the maternal circulation during pregnancy
• Dose is 300 mcg given intramuscularly at 28 weeks’ gestation: standard dose is sufficient to protect against ~25 mls of fetal blood
• Do Betke-Kleihauer test and adjust dose if suspect larger feto-maternal hemorrhage
• The blood group and antibody screen (G&S) ordered at the first antenatal visit will identify if mother already has Rh antibodies - Rhogam not given to patients already alloimmunized
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Rh antibodies


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Rhogam
Rh Immune Globulin (Rhogam, RhIG) • Indicated if mother is Rh negative and has no Rh antibodies • Given at 28 weeks or whenever there is possibility of feto-maternal hemorrhage (e.g. spontaneous abortion, termination, ectopic, CVS/amniocentesis, antepartum hemorrhage, postpar







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Rh Immune Globulin (Rhogam, RhIG)
• Indicated if mother is Rh negative and has no Rh antibodies
• Given at [...] weeks or whenever there is possibility of feto-maternal hemorrhage (e.g. spontaneous abortion, termination, ectopic, CVS/amniocentesis, antepartum hemorrhage, postpartum)
• Protection lasts approximately 12 weeks
• During this time, patient’s antibody screen will be positive
• Consider testing the father: if father Rh negative as well then baby must be Rh negative and Rhogam will not be required
• Ensure patient understands the potential severity of alloimmunization. She must be certain as to paternity if declining RhIG - if in doubt, give anyway
• Rhogam is an IgG antibody, which prevents mother from mounting an immune response to any Rh positive fetal red blood cells in the maternal circulation during pregnancy
• Dose is 300 mcg given intramuscularly at 28 weeks’ gestation: standard dose is sufficient to protect against ~25 mls of fetal blood
• Do Betke-Kleihauer test and adjust dose if suspect larger feto-maternal hemorrhage
• The blood group and antibody screen (G&S) ordered at the first antenatal visit will identify if mother already has Rh antibodies - Rhogam not given to patients already alloimmunized
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28


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Rhogam
Rh Immune Globulin (Rhogam, RhIG) • Indicated if mother is Rh negative and has no Rh antibodies • Given at 28 weeks or whenever there is possibility of feto-maternal hemorrhage (e.g. spontaneous abortion, termination, ectopic, CVS/amniocentesis, antepartum hemorrhage, postpartum) • Protect







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Rh Immune Globulin (Rhogam, RhIG)
• Indicated if mother is Rh negative and has no Rh antibodies
• Given at 28 weeks or whenever there is possibility of [...] (e.g. spontaneous abortion, termination, ectopic, CVS/amniocentesis, antepartum hemorrhage, postpartum)
• Protection lasts approximately 12 weeks
• During this time, patient’s antibody screen will be positive
• Consider testing the father: if father Rh negative as well then baby must be Rh negative and Rhogam will not be required
• Ensure patient understands the potential severity of alloimmunization. She must be certain as to paternity if declining RhIG - if in doubt, give anyway
• Rhogam is an IgG antibody, which prevents mother from mounting an immune response to any Rh positive fetal red blood cells in the maternal circulation during pregnancy
• Dose is 300 mcg given intramuscularly at 28 weeks’ gestation: standard dose is sufficient to protect against ~25 mls of fetal blood
• Do Betke-Kleihauer test and adjust dose if suspect larger feto-maternal hemorrhage
• The blood group and antibody screen (G&S) ordered at the first antenatal visit will identify if mother already has Rh antibodies - Rhogam not given to patients already alloimmunized
Answer
feto-maternal hemorrhage


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Rhogam
Rh Immune Globulin (Rhogam, RhIG) • Indicated if mother is Rh negative and has no Rh antibodies • Given at 28 weeks or whenever there is possibility of feto-maternal hemorrhage (e.g. spontaneous abortion, termination, ectopic, CVS/amniocentesis, antepartum hemorrhage, postpartum) • Protection lasts approximately 12 weeks • During this time, patient’s







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Rh Immune Globulin (Rhogam, RhIG)
• Indicated if mother is Rh negative and has no Rh antibodies
• Given at 28 weeks or whenever there is possibility of feto-maternal hemorrhage (e.g. [...])
• Protection lasts approximately 12 weeks
• During this time, patient’s antibody screen will be positive
• Consider testing the father: if father Rh negative as well then baby must be Rh negative and Rhogam will not be required
• Ensure patient understands the potential severity of alloimmunization. She must be certain as to paternity if declining RhIG - if in doubt, give anyway
• Rhogam is an IgG antibody, which prevents mother from mounting an immune response to any Rh positive fetal red blood cells in the maternal circulation during pregnancy
• Dose is 300 mcg given intramuscularly at 28 weeks’ gestation: standard dose is sufficient to protect against ~25 mls of fetal blood
• Do Betke-Kleihauer test and adjust dose if suspect larger feto-maternal hemorrhage
• The blood group and antibody screen (G&S) ordered at the first antenatal visit will identify if mother already has Rh antibodies - Rhogam not given to patients already alloimmunized
Answer
spontaneous abortion, termination, ectopic, CVS/amniocentesis, antepartum hemorrhage, postpartum


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Rhogam
Rh Immune Globulin (Rhogam, RhIG) • Indicated if mother is Rh negative and has no Rh antibodies • Given at 28 weeks or whenever there is possibility of feto-maternal hemorrhage (e.g. spontaneous abortion, termination, ectopic, CVS/amniocentesis, antepartum hemorrhage, postpartum) • Protection lasts approximately 12 weeks • During this time, patient’s antibody screen will be positive • Consider testing the father: if father Rh negative as well the







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Rh Immune Globulin (Rhogam, RhIG)
• Indicated if mother is Rh negative and has no Rh antibodies
• Given at 28 weeks or whenever there is possibility of feto-maternal hemorrhage (e.g. spontaneous abortion, termination, ectopic, CVS/amniocentesis, antepartum hemorrhage, postpartum)
• Protection lasts approximately [...] weeks
• During this time, patient’s antibody screen will be positive
• Consider testing the father: if father Rh negative as well then baby must be Rh negative and Rhogam will not be required
• Ensure patient understands the potential severity of alloimmunization. She must be certain as to paternity if declining RhIG - if in doubt, give anyway
• Rhogam is an IgG antibody, which prevents mother from mounting an immune response to any Rh positive fetal red blood cells in the maternal circulation during pregnancy
• Dose is 300 mcg given intramuscularly at 28 weeks’ gestation: standard dose is sufficient to protect against ~25 mls of fetal blood
• Do Betke-Kleihauer test and adjust dose if suspect larger feto-maternal hemorrhage
• The blood group and antibody screen (G&S) ordered at the first antenatal visit will identify if mother already has Rh antibodies - Rhogam not given to patients already alloimmunized
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12


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Rhogam
Rh antibodies • Given at 28 weeks or whenever there is possibility of feto-maternal hemorrhage (e.g. spontaneous abortion, termination, ectopic, CVS/amniocentesis, antepartum hemorrhage, postpartum) • Protection lasts approximately <span>12 weeks • During this time, patient’s antibody screen will be positive • Consider testing the father: if father Rh negative as well then baby must be Rh negative and Rhogam will







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Rh Immune Globulin (Rhogam, RhIG)
• Indicated if mother is Rh negative and has no Rh antibodies
• Given at 28 weeks or whenever there is possibility of feto-maternal hemorrhage (e.g. spontaneous abortion, termination, ectopic, CVS/amniocentesis, antepartum hemorrhage, postpartum)
• Protection lasts approximately 12 weeks
• During this time, patient’s antibody screen will be positive
• Consider testing the father: [...]
• Ensure patient understands the potential severity of alloimmunization. She must be certain as to paternity if declining RhIG - if in doubt, give anyway
• Rhogam is an IgG antibody, which prevents mother from mounting an immune response to any Rh positive fetal red blood cells in the maternal circulation during pregnancy
• Dose is 300 mcg given intramuscularly at 28 weeks’ gestation: standard dose is sufficient to protect against ~25 mls of fetal blood
• Do Betke-Kleihauer test and adjust dose if suspect larger feto-maternal hemorrhage
• The blood group and antibody screen (G&S) ordered at the first antenatal visit will identify if mother already has Rh antibodies - Rhogam not given to patients already alloimmunized
Answer
if father Rh negative as well then baby must be Rh negative and Rhogam will not be required


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Rhogam
neous abortion, termination, ectopic, CVS/amniocentesis, antepartum hemorrhage, postpartum) • Protection lasts approximately 12 weeks • During this time, patient’s antibody screen will be positive • Consider testing the father: <span>if father Rh negative as well then baby must be Rh negative and Rhogam will not be required • Ensure patient understands the potential severity of alloimmunization. She must be certain as to paternity if declining RhIG - if in doubt, give anyway • Rhogam is an IgG an







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Rh Immune Globulin (Rhogam, RhIG)
• Indicated if mother is Rh negative and has no Rh antibodies
• Given at 28 weeks or whenever there is possibility of feto-maternal hemorrhage (e.g. spontaneous abortion, termination, ectopic, CVS/amniocentesis, antepartum hemorrhage, postpartum)
• Protection lasts approximately 12 weeks
• During this time, patient’s antibody screen will be positive
• Consider testing the father: if father Rh negative as well then baby must be Rh negative and Rhogam will not be required
• Ensure patient understands the potential severity of alloimmunization. She must be certain as to [...] if declining RhIG - if in doubt, give anyway
• Rhogam is an IgG antibody, which prevents mother from mounting an immune response to any Rh positive fetal red blood cells in the maternal circulation during pregnancy
• Dose is 300 mcg given intramuscularly at 28 weeks’ gestation: standard dose is sufficient to protect against ~25 mls of fetal blood
• Do Betke-Kleihauer test and adjust dose if suspect larger feto-maternal hemorrhage
• The blood group and antibody screen (G&S) ordered at the first antenatal visit will identify if mother already has Rh antibodies - Rhogam not given to patients already alloimmunized
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paternity


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Rhogam
e positive • Consider testing the father: if father Rh negative as well then baby must be Rh negative and Rhogam will not be required • Ensure patient understands the potential severity of alloimmunization. She must be certain as to <span>paternity if declining RhIG - if in doubt, give anyway • Rhogam is an IgG antibody, which prevents mother from mounting an immune response to any Rh positive fetal red blood cells in the mat







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Rh Immune Globulin (Rhogam, RhIG)
• Indicated if mother is Rh negative and has no Rh antibodies
• Given at 28 weeks or whenever there is possibility of feto-maternal hemorrhage (e.g. spontaneous abortion, termination, ectopic, CVS/amniocentesis, antepartum hemorrhage, postpartum)
• Protection lasts approximately 12 weeks
• During this time, patient’s antibody screen will be positive
• Consider testing the father: if father Rh negative as well then baby must be Rh negative and Rhogam will not be required
• Ensure patient understands the potential severity of alloimmunization. She must be certain as to paternity if declining RhIG - if in doubt, give anyway
• Rhogam is an [...] antibody, which prevents mother from mounting an immune response to any Rh positive fetal red blood cells in the maternal circulation during pregnancy
• Dose is 300 mcg given intramuscularly at 28 weeks’ gestation: standard dose is sufficient to protect against ~25 mls of fetal blood
• Do Betke-Kleihauer test and adjust dose if suspect larger feto-maternal hemorrhage
• The blood group and antibody screen (G&S) ordered at the first antenatal visit will identify if mother already has Rh antibodies - Rhogam not given to patients already alloimmunized
Answer
IgG


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Rhogam
l then baby must be Rh negative and Rhogam will not be required • Ensure patient understands the potential severity of alloimmunization. She must be certain as to paternity if declining RhIG - if in doubt, give anyway • Rhogam is an <span>IgG antibody, which prevents mother from mounting an immune response to any Rh positive fetal red blood cells in the maternal circulation during pregnancy • Dose is 300 mcg given intra







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Rh Immune Globulin (Rhogam, RhIG)
• Indicated if mother is Rh negative and has no Rh antibodies
• Given at 28 weeks or whenever there is possibility of feto-maternal hemorrhage (e.g. spontaneous abortion, termination, ectopic, CVS/amniocentesis, antepartum hemorrhage, postpartum)
• Protection lasts approximately 12 weeks
• During this time, patient’s antibody screen will be positive
• Consider testing the father: if father Rh negative as well then baby must be Rh negative and Rhogam will not be required
• Ensure patient understands the potential severity of alloimmunization. She must be certain as to paternity if declining RhIG - if in doubt, give anyway
• Rhogam is an IgG antibody, which prevents mother from mounting an immune response to any [...] in the maternal circulation during pregnancy
• Dose is 300 mcg given intramuscularly at 28 weeks’ gestation: standard dose is sufficient to protect against ~25 mls of fetal blood
• Do Betke-Kleihauer test and adjust dose if suspect larger feto-maternal hemorrhage
• The blood group and antibody screen (G&S) ordered at the first antenatal visit will identify if mother already has Rh antibodies - Rhogam not given to patients already alloimmunized
Answer
Rh positive fetal red blood cells


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Rhogam
e patient understands the potential severity of alloimmunization. She must be certain as to paternity if declining RhIG - if in doubt, give anyway • Rhogam is an IgG antibody, which prevents mother from mounting an immune response to any <span>Rh positive fetal red blood cells in the maternal circulation during pregnancy • Dose is 300 mcg given intramuscularly at 28 weeks’ gestation: standard dose is sufficient to protect against ~25 mls of fetal blood&#







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Rh Immune Globulin (Rhogam, RhIG)
• Indicated if mother is Rh negative and has no Rh antibodies
• Given at 28 weeks or whenever there is possibility of feto-maternal hemorrhage (e.g. spontaneous abortion, termination, ectopic, CVS/amniocentesis, antepartum hemorrhage, postpartum)
• Protection lasts approximately 12 weeks
• During this time, patient’s antibody screen will be positive
• Consider testing the father: if father Rh negative as well then baby must be Rh negative and Rhogam will not be required
• Ensure patient understands the potential severity of alloimmunization. She must be certain as to paternity if declining RhIG - if in doubt, give anyway
• Rhogam is an IgG antibody, which prevents mother from mounting an immune response to any Rh positive fetal red blood cells in the maternal circulation during pregnancy
• Dose is [...] given intramuscularly at 28 weeks’ gestation: standard dose is sufficient to protect against ~25 mls of fetal blood
• Do Betke-Kleihauer test and adjust dose if suspect larger feto-maternal hemorrhage
• The blood group and antibody screen (G&S) ordered at the first antenatal visit will identify if mother already has Rh antibodies - Rhogam not given to patients already alloimmunized
Answer
300 mcg


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Rhogam
ternity if declining RhIG - if in doubt, give anyway • Rhogam is an IgG antibody, which prevents mother from mounting an immune response to any Rh positive fetal red blood cells in the maternal circulation during pregnancy • Dose is <span>300 mcg given intramuscularly at 28 weeks’ gestation: standard dose is sufficient to protect against ~25 mls of fetal blood • Do Betke-Kleihauer test and adjust dose if suspect larger feto







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Rh Immune Globulin (Rhogam, RhIG)
• Indicated if mother is Rh negative and has no Rh antibodies
• Given at 28 weeks or whenever there is possibility of feto-maternal hemorrhage (e.g. spontaneous abortion, termination, ectopic, CVS/amniocentesis, antepartum hemorrhage, postpartum)
• Protection lasts approximately 12 weeks
• During this time, patient’s antibody screen will be positive
• Consider testing the father: if father Rh negative as well then baby must be Rh negative and Rhogam will not be required
• Ensure patient understands the potential severity of alloimmunization. She must be certain as to paternity if declining RhIG - if in doubt, give anyway
• Rhogam is an IgG antibody, which prevents mother from mounting an immune response to any Rh positive fetal red blood cells in the maternal circulation during pregnancy
• Dose is 300 mcg given intramuscularly at [...] weeks’ gestation: standard dose is sufficient to protect against ~25 mls of fetal blood
• Do Betke-Kleihauer test and adjust dose if suspect larger feto-maternal hemorrhage
• The blood group and antibody screen (G&S) ordered at the first antenatal visit will identify if mother already has Rh antibodies - Rhogam not given to patients already alloimmunized
Answer
28


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Rhogam
doubt, give anyway • Rhogam is an IgG antibody, which prevents mother from mounting an immune response to any Rh positive fetal red blood cells in the maternal circulation during pregnancy • Dose is 300 mcg given intramuscularly at <span>28 weeks’ gestation: standard dose is sufficient to protect against ~25 mls of fetal blood • Do Betke-Kleihauer test and adjust dose if suspect larger feto-maternal hemorrhage •







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Rh Immune Globulin (Rhogam, RhIG)
• Indicated if mother is Rh negative and has no Rh antibodies
• Given at 28 weeks or whenever there is possibility of feto-maternal hemorrhage (e.g. spontaneous abortion, termination, ectopic, CVS/amniocentesis, antepartum hemorrhage, postpartum)
• Protection lasts approximately 12 weeks
• During this time, patient’s antibody screen will be positive
• Consider testing the father: if father Rh negative as well then baby must be Rh negative and Rhogam will not be required
• Ensure patient understands the potential severity of alloimmunization. She must be certain as to paternity if declining RhIG - if in doubt, give anyway
• Rhogam is an IgG antibody, which prevents mother from mounting an immune response to any Rh positive fetal red blood cells in the maternal circulation during pregnancy
• Dose is 300 mcg given intramuscularly at 28 weeks’ gestation: standard dose is sufficient to protect against ~[...] mls of fetal blood
• Do Betke-Kleihauer test and adjust dose if suspect larger feto-maternal hemorrhage
• The blood group and antibody screen (G&S) ordered at the first antenatal visit will identify if mother already has Rh antibodies - Rhogam not given to patients already alloimmunized
Answer
25


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Rhogam
mother from mounting an immune response to any Rh positive fetal red blood cells in the maternal circulation during pregnancy • Dose is 300 mcg given intramuscularly at 28 weeks’ gestation: standard dose is sufficient to protect against ~<span>25 mls of fetal blood • Do Betke-Kleihauer test and adjust dose if suspect larger feto-maternal hemorrhage • The blood group and antibody screen (G&S) ordered at the first an







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Rh Immune Globulin (Rhogam, RhIG)
• Indicated if mother is Rh negative and has no Rh antibodies
• Given at 28 weeks or whenever there is possibility of feto-maternal hemorrhage (e.g. spontaneous abortion, termination, ectopic, CVS/amniocentesis, antepartum hemorrhage, postpartum)
• Protection lasts approximately 12 weeks
• During this time, patient’s antibody screen will be positive
• Consider testing the father: if father Rh negative as well then baby must be Rh negative and Rhogam will not be required
• Ensure patient understands the potential severity of alloimmunization. She must be certain as to paternity if declining RhIG - if in doubt, give anyway
• Rhogam is an IgG antibody, which prevents mother from mounting an immune response to any Rh positive fetal red blood cells in the maternal circulation during pregnancy
• Dose is 300 mcg given intramuscularly at 28 weeks’ gestation: standard dose is sufficient to protect against ~25 mls of fetal blood
• Do Betke-Kleihauer test and adjust dose if suspect larger feto-maternal hemorrhage
• The blood group and antibody screen (G&S) ordered at the [...] visit will identify if mother already has Rh antibodies - Rhogam not given to patients already alloimmunized
Answer
first antenatal


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Rhogam
ks’ gestation: standard dose is sufficient to protect against ~25 mls of fetal blood • Do Betke-Kleihauer test and adjust dose if suspect larger feto-maternal hemorrhage • The blood group and antibody screen (G&S) ordered at the <span>first antenatal visit will identify if mother already has Rh antibodies - Rhogam not given to patients already alloimmunized<span><body><html>







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Group B Streptococcus (GBS) status:
• Done at [...] weeks (earlier if threatened preterm labour)
• Single combined culture from vagina and anorectal area - patient may do own swab after instruction
• If positive, antibiotic prophylaxis given in labour to reduce risk of neonatal GBS infection
• If negative, swab within 5 weeks of delivery, no antibiotics in labour unless indicated for maternal pyrexia, etc.
• If any GBS bacteriuria during pregnancy, treat as GBS positive (indicator of heavy colonization, no need to do vaginal-rectal swab)
• This is NOT a maternal infection: about 10-30% of women are carriers of GBS; status can change over time
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Group B Streptococcus (GBS) status:
• Done at 36 weeks (earlier if threatened preterm labour)
• Single combined culture from vagina and anorectal area - patient may do own swab after instruction
• If positive, [...] given in labour to reduce risk of neonatal GBS infection
• If negative, swab within 5 weeks of delivery, no antibiotics in labour unless indicated for maternal pyrexia, etc.
• If any GBS bacteriuria during pregnancy, treat as GBS positive (indicator of heavy colonization, no need to do vaginal-rectal swab)
• This is NOT a maternal infection: about 10-30% of women are carriers of GBS; status can change over time
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antibiotic prophylaxis


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GBS status
body>Group B Streptococcus (GBS) status: • Done at 36 weeks (earlier if threatened preterm labour) • Single combined culture from vagina and anorectal area - patient may do own swab after instruction • If positive, antibiotic prophylaxis given in labour to reduce risk of neonatal GBS infection • If negative, swab within 5 weeks of delivery, no antibiotics in labour unless indicated for maternal pyrexia, etc. •







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Group B Streptococcus (GBS) status:
• Done at 36 weeks (earlier if threatened preterm labour)
• Single combined culture from vagina and anorectal area - patient may do own swab after instruction
• If positive, antibiotic prophylaxis given in labour to reduce risk of neonatal GBS infection
• If negative, swab within [...] weeks of delivery, no antibiotics in labour unless indicated for maternal pyrexia, etc.
• If any GBS bacteriuria during pregnancy, treat as GBS positive (indicator of heavy colonization, no need to do vaginal-rectal swab)
• This is NOT a maternal infection: about 10-30% of women are carriers of GBS; status can change over time
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our) • Single combined culture from vagina and anorectal area - patient may do own swab after instruction • If positive, antibiotic prophylaxis given in labour to reduce risk of neonatal GBS infection • If negative, swab within <span>5 weeks of delivery, no antibiotics in labour unless indicated for maternal pyrexia, etc. • If any GBS bacteriuria during pregnancy, treat as GBS positive (indicator of heavy coloniz







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Group B Streptococcus (GBS) status:
• Done at 36 weeks (earlier if threatened preterm labour)
• Single combined culture from vagina and anorectal area - patient may do own swab after instruction
• If positive, antibiotic prophylaxis given in labour to reduce risk of neonatal GBS infection
• If negative, swab within 5 weeks of delivery, no antibiotics in labour unless indicated for maternal pyrexia, etc.
• If any [...] during pregnancy, treat as GBS positive (indicator of heavy colonization, no need to do vaginal-rectal swab)
• This is NOT a maternal infection: about 10-30% of women are carriers of GBS; status can change over time
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GBS bacteriuria


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uction • If positive, antibiotic prophylaxis given in labour to reduce risk of neonatal GBS infection • If negative, swab within 5 weeks of delivery, no antibiotics in labour unless indicated for maternal pyrexia, etc. • If any <span>GBS bacteriuria during pregnancy, treat as GBS positive (indicator of heavy colonization, no need to do vaginal-rectal swab) • This is NOT a maternal infection: about 10-30% of women are carriers







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Routine Investigations at First Visit:
[...]
• Rubella status
• Hepatitis B Surface Antigen
• VDRL (Syphilis)
• Blood Group and Rh status, Antibody Screen (to check for red blood cell antibodies)
• Urinalysis (Routine and Microscopic)
• Mid-Stream Urine (MSU) for culture and sensitivity (2-7% or women have asymptomatic bacteriuria)
• Pap smear, if due
• Cervical cultures or urine screen for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia
• TSH routinely done by many OBs; TSH often physiologically depressed in early pregnancy, value of routine TSH screening is currently in doubt (2015 ACOG Guideline recommended against routine screening of asymptomatic women)
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CBC


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Routine Investigations at First Visit: • CBC • Rubella status • Hepatitis B Surface Antigen • VDRL (Syphilis) • Blood Group and Rh status, Antibody Screen (to check for red blood cell antibodies) • Urinaly







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Routine Investigations at First Visit:
• CBC
[...] status
• Hepatitis B Surface Antigen
• VDRL (Syphilis)
• Blood Group and Rh status, Antibody Screen (to check for red blood cell antibodies)
• Urinalysis (Routine and Microscopic)
• Mid-Stream Urine (MSU) for culture and sensitivity (2-7% or women have asymptomatic bacteriuria)
• Pap smear, if due
• Cervical cultures or urine screen for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia
• TSH routinely done by many OBs; TSH often physiologically depressed in early pregnancy, value of routine TSH screening is currently in doubt (2015 ACOG Guideline recommended against routine screening of asymptomatic women)
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Rubella


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Routine Investigations at First Visit: • CBC • Rubella status • Hepatitis B Surface Antigen • VDRL (Syphilis) • Blood Group and Rh status, Antibody Screen (to check for red blood cell antibodies) • Urinalysis (Routine an







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Routine Investigations at First Visit:
• CBC
• Rubella status
[...] Surface Antigen
• VDRL (Syphilis)
• Blood Group and Rh status, Antibody Screen (to check for red blood cell antibodies)
• Urinalysis (Routine and Microscopic)
• Mid-Stream Urine (MSU) for culture and sensitivity (2-7% or women have asymptomatic bacteriuria)
• Pap smear, if due
• Cervical cultures or urine screen for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia
• TSH routinely done by many OBs; TSH often physiologically depressed in early pregnancy, value of routine TSH screening is currently in doubt (2015 ACOG Guideline recommended against routine screening of asymptomatic women)
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Hepatitis B


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Routine Investigations at First Visit: • CBC • Rubella status • Hepatitis B Surface Antigen • VDRL (Syphilis) • Blood Group and Rh status, Antibody Screen (to check for red blood cell antibodies) • Urinalysis (Routine and Microscopic) • Mid-







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Routine Investigations at First Visit:
• CBC
• Rubella status
• Hepatitis B Surface Antigen
[...]
• Blood Group and Rh status, Antibody Screen (to check for red blood cell antibodies)
• Urinalysis (Routine and Microscopic)
• Mid-Stream Urine (MSU) for culture and sensitivity (2-7% or women have asymptomatic bacteriuria)
• Pap smear, if due
• Cervical cultures or urine screen for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia
• TSH routinely done by many OBs; TSH often physiologically depressed in early pregnancy, value of routine TSH screening is currently in doubt (2015 ACOG Guideline recommended against routine screening of asymptomatic women)
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VDRL (Syphilis)


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Routine Investigations at First Visit: • CBC • Rubella status • Hepatitis B Surface Antigen • VDRL (Syphilis) • Blood Group and Rh status, Antibody Screen (to check for red blood cell antibodies) • Urinalysis (Routine and Microscopic) • Mid-Stream Urine (MSU) for culture and sens







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Routine Investigations at First Visit:
• CBC
• Rubella status
• Hepatitis B Surface Antigen
• VDRL (Syphilis)
[...] status, Antibody Screen (to check for red blood cell antibodies)
• Urinalysis (Routine and Microscopic)
• Mid-Stream Urine (MSU) for culture and sensitivity (2-7% or women have asymptomatic bacteriuria)
• Pap smear, if due
• Cervical cultures or urine screen for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia
• TSH routinely done by many OBs; TSH often physiologically depressed in early pregnancy, value of routine TSH screening is currently in doubt (2015 ACOG Guideline recommended against routine screening of asymptomatic women)
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Blood Group and Rh


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Routine Investigations at First Visit: • CBC • Rubella status • Hepatitis B Surface Antigen • VDRL (Syphilis) • Blood Group and Rh status, Antibody Screen (to check for red blood cell antibodies) • Urinalysis (Routine and Microscopic) • Mid-Stream Urine (MSU) for culture and sensitivity (2-7% or women hav







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Routine Investigations at First Visit:
• CBC
• Rubella status
• Hepatitis B Surface Antigen
• VDRL (Syphilis)
• Blood Group and Rh status, Antibody Screen (to check for red blood cell antibodies)
[...]
• Mid-Stream Urine (MSU) for culture and sensitivity (2-7% or women have asymptomatic bacteriuria)
• Pap smear, if due
• Cervical cultures or urine screen for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia
• TSH routinely done by many OBs; TSH often physiologically depressed in early pregnancy, value of routine TSH screening is currently in doubt (2015 ACOG Guideline recommended against routine screening of asymptomatic women)
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Urinalysis (Routine and Microscopic)


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y>Routine Investigations at First Visit: • CBC • Rubella status • Hepatitis B Surface Antigen • VDRL (Syphilis) • Blood Group and Rh status, Antibody Screen (to check for red blood cell antibodies) • Urinalysis (Routine and Microscopic) • Mid-Stream Urine (MSU) for culture and sensitivity (2-7% or women have asymptomatic bacteriuria) • Pap smear, if due • Cervical cultures or urine screen for Gonorrhea a







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Routine Investigations at First Visit:
• CBC
• Rubella status
• Hepatitis B Surface Antigen
• VDRL (Syphilis)
• Blood Group and Rh status, Antibody Screen (to check for red blood cell antibodies)
• Urinalysis (Routine and Microscopic)
[...] for culture and sensitivity (2-7% or women have asymptomatic bacteriuria)
• Pap smear, if due
• Cervical cultures or urine screen for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia
• TSH routinely done by many OBs; TSH often physiologically depressed in early pregnancy, value of routine TSH screening is currently in doubt (2015 ACOG Guideline recommended against routine screening of asymptomatic women)
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Mid-Stream Urine (MSU)


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t Visit: • CBC • Rubella status • Hepatitis B Surface Antigen • VDRL (Syphilis) • Blood Group and Rh status, Antibody Screen (to check for red blood cell antibodies) • Urinalysis (Routine and Microscopic) • <span>Mid-Stream Urine (MSU) for culture and sensitivity (2-7% or women have asymptomatic bacteriuria) • Pap smear, if due • Cervical cultures or urine screen for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia • TSH routin







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Routine Investigations at First Visit:
• CBC
• Rubella status
• Hepatitis B Surface Antigen
• VDRL (Syphilis)
• Blood Group and Rh status, Antibody Screen (to check for red blood cell antibodies)
• Urinalysis (Routine and Microscopic)
• Mid-Stream Urine (MSU) for culture and sensitivity (2-7% or women have asymptomatic bacteriuria)
[...], if due
• Cervical cultures or urine screen for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia
• TSH routinely done by many OBs; TSH often physiologically depressed in early pregnancy, value of routine TSH screening is currently in doubt (2015 ACOG Guideline recommended against routine screening of asymptomatic women)
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Pap smear


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Routine Investigations at First Visit
; • Blood Group and Rh status, Antibody Screen (to check for red blood cell antibodies) • Urinalysis (Routine and Microscopic) • Mid-Stream Urine (MSU) for culture and sensitivity (2-7% or women have asymptomatic bacteriuria) • <span>Pap smear, if due • Cervical cultures or urine screen for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia • TSH routinely done by many OBs; TSH often physiologically depressed in early pregnancy, value of rout







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Routine Investigations at First Visit:
• CBC
• Rubella status
• Hepatitis B Surface Antigen
• VDRL (Syphilis)
• Blood Group and Rh status, Antibody Screen (to check for red blood cell antibodies)
• Urinalysis (Routine and Microscopic)
• Mid-Stream Urine (MSU) for culture and sensitivity (2-7% or women have asymptomatic bacteriuria)
• Pap smear, if due
• Cervical cultures or urine screen for [...]
• TSH routinely done by many OBs; TSH often physiologically depressed in early pregnancy, value of routine TSH screening is currently in doubt (2015 ACOG Guideline recommended against routine screening of asymptomatic women)
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Gonorrhea and Chlamydia


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Routine Investigations at First Visit
d blood cell antibodies) • Urinalysis (Routine and Microscopic) • Mid-Stream Urine (MSU) for culture and sensitivity (2-7% or women have asymptomatic bacteriuria) • Pap smear, if due • Cervical cultures or urine screen for <span>Gonorrhea and Chlamydia • TSH routinely done by many OBs; TSH often physiologically depressed in early pregnancy, value of routine TSH screening is currently in doubt (2015 ACOG Guideline recommended agai







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Routine Investigations at First Visit:
• CBC
• Rubella status
• Hepatitis B Surface Antigen
• VDRL (Syphilis)
• Blood Group and Rh status, Antibody Screen (to check for red blood cell antibodies)
• Urinalysis (Routine and Microscopic)
• Mid-Stream Urine (MSU) for culture and sensitivity (2-7% or women have asymptomatic bacteriuria)
• Pap smear, if due
[...] for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia
• TSH routinely done by many OBs; TSH often physiologically depressed in early pregnancy, value of routine TSH screening is currently in doubt (2015 ACOG Guideline recommended against routine screening of asymptomatic women)
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Cervical cultures or urine screen


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Routine Investigations at First Visit
atus, Antibody Screen (to check for red blood cell antibodies) • Urinalysis (Routine and Microscopic) • Mid-Stream Urine (MSU) for culture and sensitivity (2-7% or women have asymptomatic bacteriuria) • Pap smear, if due • <span>Cervical cultures or urine screen for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia • TSH routinely done by many OBs; TSH often physiologically depressed in early pregnancy, value of routine TSH screening is currently in doubt (2015 ACO







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Routine Investigations at First Visit:
• CBC
• Rubella status
• Hepatitis B Surface Antigen
• VDRL (Syphilis)
• Blood Group and Rh status, Antibody Screen (to check for red blood cell antibodies)
• Urinalysis (Routine and Microscopic)
• Mid-Stream Urine (MSU) for culture and sensitivity (2-7% or women have asymptomatic bacteriuria)
• Pap smear, if due
• Cervical cultures or urine screen for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia
• TSH routinely done by many OBs; TSH often physiologically depressed in early pregnancy, value of routine TSH screening is currently in doubt (2015 ACOG Guideline recommended against [...] of asymptomatic women)
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routine screening


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cultures or urine screen for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia • TSH routinely done by many OBs; TSH often physiologically depressed in early pregnancy, value of routine TSH screening is currently in doubt (2015 ACOG Guideline recommended against <span>routine screening of asymptomatic women)<span><body><html>







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Routine Investigations at First Visit:
• CBC
• Rubella status
• Hepatitis B Surface Antigen
• VDRL (Syphilis)
• Blood Group and Rh status, Antibody Screen (to check for red blood cell antibodies)
• Urinalysis (Routine and Microscopic)
• Mid-Stream Urine (MSU) for culture and sensitivity (2-7% or women have asymptomatic bacteriuria)
• Pap smear, if due
• Cervical cultures or urine screen for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia
• TSH routinely done by many OBs; TSH often physiologically [...] in early pregnancy, value of routine TSH screening is currently in doubt (2015 ACOG Guideline recommended against routine screening of asymptomatic women)
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depressed


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Routine Investigations at First Visit
ine (MSU) for culture and sensitivity (2-7% or women have asymptomatic bacteriuria) • Pap smear, if due • Cervical cultures or urine screen for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia • TSH routinely done by many OBs; TSH often physiologically <span>depressed in early pregnancy, value of routine TSH screening is currently in doubt (2015 ACOG Guideline recommended against routine screening of asymptomatic women)<span><body><html>







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What are consented investigations during pregnancy?
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HIV, Hep C, Herpes Simplex


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Consented investigations in pregnancy - HIV
• Long-term maternal outcomes are better if HIV+ status is known and treated
• Dramatically decreased risk of [...] to fetus if optimally treated in pregnancy (from 25% to 2%)
• Breastfeeding contraindicated
Answer
vertical transmission


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Consented investigations - HIV
tions in pregnancy - HIV • Long-term maternal outcomes are better if HIV+ status is known and treated • Known HIV+ status allows people to practice safer sex and protect partners (if uninfected) • Dramatically decreased risk of <span>vertical transmission to fetus if optimally treated in pregnancy (from 25% to 2%) • Breastfeeding contraindicated • Diagnosis of HIV+ status can impact current and previous partner(s), family, abil







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Consented investigations in pregnancy - HIV
• Long-term maternal outcomes are better if HIV+ status is known and treated
• Known HIV+ status allows people to practice safer sex and protect partners (if uninfected)
• Dramatically decreased risk of vertical transmission to fetus if optimally treated in pregnancy (from 25% to 2%)
[...] contraindicated
• Diagnosis of HIV+ status can impact current and previous partner(s), family, ability to obtain health and life insurance
Answer
Breastfeeding


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Consented investigations - HIV
known and treated • Known HIV+ status allows people to practice safer sex and protect partners (if uninfected) • Dramatically decreased risk of vertical transmission to fetus if optimally treated in pregnancy (from 25% to 2%) • <span>Breastfeeding contraindicated • Diagnosis of HIV+ status can impact current and previous partner(s), family, ability to obtain health and life insurance<span><body><html>







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Consented investigations in pregnancy - Hep C
• If positive for [...], Hepatitis B or other risk factors (blood transfusion prior to 1984 and untested, current or previous partner with known infection, intravenous drug use, sex trade workers, extensive piercing or tattooing)
• No vaccine or cure but appropriate treatment and Counselling can result in better outcomes
• Vertical transmission rate low (5%)
Answer
HIV


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Consented investigations - Hep C
Consented investigations in pregnancy - Hep C • If positive for HIV, Hepatitis B or other risk factors (blood transfusion prior to 1984 and untested, current or previous partner with known infection, intravenous drug use, sex trade workers, extensive pi







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Consented investigations in pregnancy - Hep C
• If positive for HIV, [...] or other risk factors (blood transfusion prior to 1984 and untested, current or previous partner with known infection, intravenous drug use, sex trade workers, extensive piercing or tattooing)
• No vaccine or cure but appropriate treatment and Counselling can result in better outcomes
• Vertical transmission rate low (5%)
• Diagnosis of HepC+ status can impact current and previous partner(s), family, ability to obtain health and life insurance
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Hepatitis B


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Consented investigations - Hep C
Consented investigations in pregnancy - Hep C • If positive for HIV, Hepatitis B or other risk factors (blood transfusion prior to 1984 and untested, current or previous partner with known infection, intravenous drug use, sex trade workers, extensive piercing or tat







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Consented investigations in pregnancy - Hep C
• If positive for HIV, Hepatitis B or other risk factors ([...])
• No vaccine or cure but appropriate treatment and Counselling can result in better outcomes
• Vertical transmission rate low (5%)
• Diagnosis of HepC+ status can impact current and previous partner(s), family, ability to obtain health and life insurance
Answer
blood transfusion prior to 1984 and untested, current or previous partner with known infection, intravenous drug use, sex trade workers, extensive piercing or tattooing


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Consented investigations in pregnancy - Hep C • If positive for HIV, Hepatitis B or other risk factors (blood transfusion prior to 1984 and untested, current or previous partner with known infection, intravenous drug use, sex trade workers, extensive piercing or tattooing) • No vaccine or cure but appropriate treatment and Counselling can result in better outcomes • Vertical transmission rate low (5%) • Diagnosis of HepC+ status can impact







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Consented investigations in pregnancy - Hep C
• If positive for HIV, Hepatitis B or other risk factors (blood transfusion prior to 1984 and untested, current or previous partner with known infection, intravenous drug use, sex trade workers, extensive piercing or tattooing)
• No [...] but appropriate treatment and Counselling can result in better outcomes
• Vertical transmission rate low (5%)
• Diagnosis of HepC+ status can impact current and previous partner(s), family, ability to obtain health and life insurance
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vaccine or cure


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Consented investigations - Hep C
#13; • If positive for HIV, Hepatitis B or other risk factors (blood transfusion prior to 1984 and untested, current or previous partner with known infection, intravenous drug use, sex trade workers, extensive piercing or tattooing) • No <span>vaccine or cure but appropriate treatment and Counselling can result in better outcomes • Vertical transmission rate low (5%) • Diagnosis of HepC+ status can impact current and previous partn







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Consented investigations in pregnancy - Herpes Simplex
• If visible [...]
• Treatment during pregnancy can shorten outbreaks
• Prophylaxis can be given in third trimester to decrease need for Cesarean section (due to active outbreak at the time of labour)
Answer
vulvar ulcers


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Consented investigations - herpes simplex
Consented investigations in pregnancy - Herpes Simplex • If visible vulvar ulcers • Treatment during pregnancy can shorten outbreaks • Prophylaxis can be given in third trimester to decrease need for Cesarean section (due to active outbreak at the time of l







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Consented investigations in pregnancy - Herpes Simplex
• If visible vulvar ulcers
• Treatment during pregnancy can shorten [...]
• Prophylaxis can be given in third trimester to decrease need for Cesarean section (due to active outbreak at the time of labour)
Answer
outbreaks


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Consented investigations - herpes simplex
Consented investigations in pregnancy - Herpes Simplex • If visible vulvar ulcers • Treatment during pregnancy can shorten outbreaks • Prophylaxis can be given in third trimester to decrease need for Cesarean section (due to active outbreak at the time of labour)







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Consented investigations in pregnancy - Herpes Simplex
• If visible vulvar ulcers
• Treatment during pregnancy can shorten outbreaks
• Prophylaxis can be given in [...] trimester to decrease need for Cesarean section (due to active outbreak at the time of labour)
Answer
third


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Consented investigations in pregnancy - Herpes Simplex • If visible vulvar ulcers • Treatment during pregnancy can shorten outbreaks • Prophylaxis can be given in third trimester to decrease need for Cesarean section (due to active outbreak at the time of labour)







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Consented investigations in pregnancy - Herpes Simplex
• If visible vulvar ulcers
• Treatment during pregnancy can shorten outbreaks
• Prophylaxis can be given in third trimester to decrease need for Cesarean section (due to [...] at the time of labour)
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active outbreak


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n>Consented investigations in pregnancy - Herpes Simplex • If visible vulvar ulcers • Treatment during pregnancy can shorten outbreaks • Prophylaxis can be given in third trimester to decrease need for Cesarean section (due to <span>active outbreak at the time of labour)<span><body><html>







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Other investigations to consider in pregnancy:
[...] titre (if no clear history of childhood infection)
• Toxoplasmosis (house pets, gardeners)
• Parvovirus B19 (primary school teachers, daycare workers)
• Early GCT/ GTT if:
---• previously large infant
---• obesity
---• previous gestational diabetes
• Sickle cell screen/hemoglobin electrophoresis/Ashkenazi panel depending on ethnic background, history
• Hemoglobin A1C (pre-gestational diabetic patients)
• TB (family or household contact, symptoms, homeless)
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Varicella zoster


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Other investigations to consider in pregnancy
Other investigations to consider in pregnancy: • Varicella zoster titre (if no clear history of childhood infection) • Toxoplasmosis (house pets, gardeners) • Parvovirus B19 (primary school teachers, daycare workers) • Early GCT/ GTT if







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Other investigations to consider in pregnancy:
• Varicella zoster titre (if no clear history of childhood infection)
[...] (house pets, gardeners)
• Parvovirus B19 (primary school teachers, daycare workers)
• Early GCT/ GTT if:
---• previously large infant
---• obesity
---• previous gestational diabetes
• Sickle cell screen/hemoglobin electrophoresis/Ashkenazi panel depending on ethnic background, history
• Hemoglobin A1C (pre-gestational diabetic patients)
• TB (family or household contact, symptoms, homeless)
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Toxoplasmosis


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Other investigations to consider in pregnancy
Other investigations to consider in pregnancy: • Varicella zoster titre (if no clear history of childhood infection) • Toxoplasmosis (house pets, gardeners) • Parvovirus B19 (primary school teachers, daycare workers) • Early GCT/ GTT if: ---• previously large infant ---• obesity ---• previous







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Other investigations to consider in pregnancy:
• Varicella zoster titre (if no clear history of childhood infection)
• Toxoplasmosis (house pets, gardeners)
[...] (primary school teachers, daycare workers)
• Early GCT/ GTT if:
---• previously large infant
---• obesity
---• previous gestational diabetes
• Sickle cell screen/hemoglobin electrophoresis/Ashkenazi panel depending on ethnic background, history
• Hemoglobin A1C (pre-gestational diabetic patients)
• TB (family or household contact, symptoms, homeless)
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Parvovirus B19


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Other investigations to consider in pregnancy: • Varicella zoster titre (if no clear history of childhood infection) • Toxoplasmosis (house pets, gardeners) • Parvovirus B19 (primary school teachers, daycare workers) • Early GCT/ GTT if: ---• previously large infant ---• obesity ---• previous gestational diabetes • Sickle cell scree







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Other investigations to consider in pregnancy:
• Varicella zoster titre (if no clear history of childhood infection)
• Toxoplasmosis (house pets, gardeners)
• Parvovirus B19 (primary school teachers, daycare workers)
• Early GCT/ GTT if:
---• previously [...]
---• obesity
---• previous gestational diabetes
• Sickle cell screen/hemoglobin electrophoresis/Ashkenazi panel depending on ethnic background, history
• Hemoglobin A1C (pre-gestational diabetic patients)
• TB (family or household contact, symptoms, homeless)
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large infant


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regnancy: • Varicella zoster titre (if no clear history of childhood infection) • Toxoplasmosis (house pets, gardeners) • Parvovirus B19 (primary school teachers, daycare workers) • Early GCT/ GTT if: ---• previously <span>large infant ---• obesity ---• previous gestational diabetes • Sickle cell screen/hemoglobin electrophoresis/Ashkenazi panel depending on ethnic background, history • Hemoglobin







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Other investigations to consider in pregnancy:
• Varicella zoster titre (if no clear history of childhood infection)
• Toxoplasmosis (house pets, gardeners)
• Parvovirus B19 (primary school teachers, daycare workers)
• Early GCT/ GTT if:
---• previously large infant
---• [...]
---• previous gestational diabetes
• Sickle cell screen/hemoglobin electrophoresis/Ashkenazi panel depending on ethnic background, history
• Hemoglobin A1C (pre-gestational diabetic patients)
• TB (family or household contact, symptoms, homeless)
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obesity


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ella zoster titre (if no clear history of childhood infection) • Toxoplasmosis (house pets, gardeners) • Parvovirus B19 (primary school teachers, daycare workers) • Early GCT/ GTT if: ---• previously large infant ---• <span>obesity ---• previous gestational diabetes • Sickle cell screen/hemoglobin electrophoresis/Ashkenazi panel depending on ethnic background, history • Hemoglobin A1C (pre-gestation







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Other investigations to consider in pregnancy:
• Varicella zoster titre (if no clear history of childhood infection)
• Toxoplasmosis (house pets, gardeners)
• Parvovirus B19 (primary school teachers, daycare workers)
• Early GCT/ GTT if:
---• previously large infant
---• obesity
---• previous [...]
• Sickle cell screen/hemoglobin electrophoresis/Ashkenazi panel depending on ethnic background, history
• Hemoglobin A1C (pre-gestational diabetic patients)
• TB (family or household contact, symptoms, homeless)
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gestational diabetes


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ear history of childhood infection) • Toxoplasmosis (house pets, gardeners) • Parvovirus B19 (primary school teachers, daycare workers) • Early GCT/ GTT if: ---• previously large infant ---• obesity ---• previous <span>gestational diabetes • Sickle cell screen/hemoglobin electrophoresis/Ashkenazi panel depending on ethnic background, history • Hemoglobin A1C (pre-gestational diabetic patients) • TB (family







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Other investigations to consider in pregnancy:
• Varicella zoster titre (if no clear history of childhood infection)
• Toxoplasmosis (house pets, gardeners)
• Parvovirus B19 (primary school teachers, daycare workers)
• Early GCT/ GTT if:
---• previously large infant
---• obesity
---• previous gestational diabetes
• Sickle cell screen/hemoglobin electrophoresis/Ashkenazi panel depending on ethnic background, history
[...] (pre-gestational diabetic patients)
• TB (family or household contact, symptoms, homeless)
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Hemoglobin A1C


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workers) • Early GCT/ GTT if: ---• previously large infant ---• obesity ---• previous gestational diabetes • Sickle cell screen/hemoglobin electrophoresis/Ashkenazi panel depending on ethnic background, history • <span>Hemoglobin A1C (pre-gestational diabetic patients) • TB (family or household contact, symptoms, homeless)<span><body><html>







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Other investigations to consider in pregnancy:
• Varicella zoster titre (if no clear history of childhood infection)
• Toxoplasmosis (house pets, gardeners)
• Parvovirus B19 (primary school teachers, daycare workers)
• Early GCT/ GTT if:
---• previously large infant
---• obesity
---• previous gestational diabetes
• Sickle cell screen/hemoglobin electrophoresis/Ashkenazi panel depending on ethnic background, history
• Hemoglobin A1C (pre-gestational diabetic patients)
[...] (family or household contact, symptoms, homeless)
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TB


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rge infant ---• obesity ---• previous gestational diabetes • Sickle cell screen/hemoglobin electrophoresis/Ashkenazi panel depending on ethnic background, history • Hemoglobin A1C (pre-gestational diabetic patients) • <span>TB (family or household contact, symptoms, homeless)<span><body><html>







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Non-invasive prenatal genetic screening should be offered to who?
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every pregnant woman


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NIPT (Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing):
• Peripheral blood test which analyzes [...] in the maternal circulation
• Screens abnormalities of chromosomes 21, 18, 13, X and Y
• Very high detection rate for Down Syndrome (>99%), as well as Trisomy 18 and 13 when validated in high-risk pregnancies
• Applicable for singleton and uncomplicated twin pregnancies from about 10 weeks
• Cost approx. $500 - Ontario Ministry of Health will cover cost for women aged 40 and over, or with positive screening tests or other major risk factors.
Answer
cell-free fetal DNA


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NIPT
NIPT (Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing): • Peripheral blood test which analyzes cell-free fetal DNA in the maternal circulation • Screens abnormalities of chromosomes 21, 18, 13, X and Y • Very high detection rate for Down Syndrome (>99%), as well as Trisomy 18 and 13 whe







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NIPT (Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing):
• Peripheral blood test which analyzes cell-free fetal DNA in the maternal circulation
• Screens abnormalities of chromosomes [...]
• Very high detection rate for Down Syndrome (>99%), as well as Trisomy 18 and 13 when validated in high-risk pregnancies
• Applicable for singleton and uncomplicated twin pregnancies from about 10 weeks
• Cost approx. $500 - Ontario Ministry of Health will cover cost for women aged 40 and over, or with positive screening tests or other major risk factors.
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21, 18, 13, X and Y


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NIPT (Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing): • Peripheral blood test which analyzes cell-free fetal DNA in the maternal circulation • Screens abnormalities of chromosomes 21, 18, 13, X and Y • Very high detection rate for Down Syndrome (>99%), as well as Trisomy 18 and 13 when validated in high-risk pregnancies • Applicable for singleton and uncomplicated twin







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NIPT (Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing):
• Peripheral blood test which analyzes cell-free fetal DNA in the maternal circulation
• Screens abnormalities of chromosomes 21, 18, 13, X and Y
• Very high detection rate for Down Syndrome (>99%), as well as Trisomy 18 and 13 when validated in high-risk pregnancies
• Applicable for singleton and uncomplicated twin pregnancies from about [...] weeks
• Cost approx. $500 - Ontario Ministry of Health will cover cost for women aged 40 and over, or with positive screening tests or other major risk factors.
Answer
10


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of chromosomes 21, 18, 13, X and Y • Very high detection rate for Down Syndrome (>99%), as well as Trisomy 18 and 13 when validated in high-risk pregnancies • Applicable for singleton and uncomplicated twin pregnancies from about <span>10 weeks • Cost approx. $500 - Ontario Ministry of Health will cover cost for women aged 40 and over, or with positive screening tests or other major risk factors.<span></body







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Chorionic Villus Sampling (CVS):
[...] wks
• Placental biopsy via transcervical or transabdominal approach
• Preliminary results for very high risk patients may be available in a few days [by fluorescence in-situ hybridization (“FISH”) analysis or QF-PCR (polymerase chain reaction)]; microarray may be done
• Early termination of affected pregnancies can be offered (psychological and physical advantages)
• Procedure related pregnancy loss rate 1-2%
• Slightly higher rate of cell culture failure than amniocentesis
• Rarely, inaccurate results due to placental mosaicism
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10-14


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Chorionic Villus Sampling (CVS): • 10-14 wks • Placental biopsy via transcervical or transabdominal approach • Preliminary results for very high risk patients may be available in a few days [by fluorescence in-situ h







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Chorionic Villus Sampling (CVS):
• 10-14 wks
[...] biopsy via transcervical or transabdominal approach
• Preliminary results for very high risk patients may be available in a few days [by fluorescence in-situ hybridization (“FISH”) analysis or QF-PCR (polymerase chain reaction)]; microarray may be done
• Early termination of affected pregnancies can be offered (psychological and physical advantages)
• Procedure related pregnancy loss rate 1-2%
• Slightly higher rate of cell culture failure than amniocentesis
• Rarely, inaccurate results due to placental mosaicism
Answer
Placental


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Chorionic Villus Sampling (CVS): • 10-14 wks • Placental biopsy via transcervical or transabdominal approach • Preliminary results for very high risk patients may be available in a few days [by fluorescence in-situ hybridization (“FISH”)







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Chorionic Villus Sampling (CVS):
• 10-14 wks
• Placental biopsy via transcervical or transabdominal approach
• Preliminary results for very high risk patients may be available in a few days [by fluorescence in-situ hybridization (“FISH”) analysis or QF-PCR (polymerase chain reaction)]; microarray may be done
[...] of affected pregnancies can be offered (psychological and physical advantages)
• Procedure related pregnancy loss rate 1-2%
• Slightly higher rate of cell culture failure than amniocentesis
• Rarely, inaccurate results due to placental mosaicism
Answer
Early termination


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al or transabdominal approach • Preliminary results for very high risk patients may be available in a few days [by fluorescence in-situ hybridization (“FISH”) analysis or QF-PCR (polymerase chain reaction)]; microarray may be done • <span>Early termination of affected pregnancies can be offered (psychological and physical advantages) • Procedure related pregnancy loss rate 1-2% • Slightly higher rate of cell culture failure than







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Amniocentesis:
• Normally [...] weeks but in special circumstances may be done at any time after 15 weeks
• Collection of amniotic fluid transabdominally under ultrasound guidance
• Karyotype of fetal cells obtained from amniotic fluid – FISH or QF-PCR analysis results in 2-3 days, full karyotype from cell culture and microarray may be done
• Pregnancy loss rate traditionally quoted as 1/200; FASTER study data from USA suggests it could be much lower
• Failures may occur if inadequate sample (oligohydramnios), failure of fetal cell culture, or contamination of sample by maternal cells
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15 to 20


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Amniocentesis : • Normally 15 to 20 weeks but in special circumstances may be done at any time after 15 weeks • Collection of amniotic fluid transabdominally under ultrasound guidance • Karyotype of fetal cells







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Amniocentesis:
• Normally 15 to 20 weeks but in special circumstances may be done at any time after 15 weeks
• Collection of amniotic fluid [...] under ultrasound guidance
• Karyotype of fetal cells obtained from amniotic fluid – FISH or QF-PCR analysis results in 2-3 days, full karyotype from cell culture and microarray may be done
• Pregnancy loss rate traditionally quoted as 1/200; FASTER study data from USA suggests it could be much lower
• Failures may occur if inadequate sample (oligohydramnios), failure of fetal cell culture, or contamination of sample by maternal cells
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transabdominally


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amniocentesis
Amniocentesis : • Normally 15 to 20 weeks but in special circumstances may be done at any time after 15 weeks • Collection of amniotic fluid transabdominally under ultrasound guidance • Karyotype of fetal cells obtained from amniotic fluid – FISH or QF-PCR analysis results in 2-3 days, full karyotype from cell culture and microarray may







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Amniocentesis:
• Normally 15 to 20 weeks but in special circumstances may be done at any time after 15 weeks
• Collection of amniotic fluid transabdominally under ultrasound guidance
• Karyotype of [...] obtained from amniotic fluid – FISH or QF-PCR analysis results in 2-3 days, full karyotype from cell culture and microarray may be done
• Pregnancy loss rate traditionally quoted as 1/200; FASTER study data from USA suggests it could be much lower
• Failures may occur if inadequate sample (oligohydramnios), failure of fetal cell culture, or contamination of sample by maternal cells
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fetal cells


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ead><head>Amniocentesis : • Normally 15 to 20 weeks but in special circumstances may be done at any time after 15 weeks • Collection of amniotic fluid transabdominally under ultrasound guidance • Karyotype of fetal cells obtained from amniotic fluid – FISH or QF-PCR analysis results in 2-3 days, full karyotype from cell culture and microarray may be done • Pregnancy loss rate traditionally quoted a







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First prenatal visit
[...]
• Pregnancy considered in trimesters (three in total, each 12 to 14 weeks in length)
• Each pregnancy should be assigned a risk category (see reverse side of AN forms) to ensure appropriate investigations, surveillance and management
Answer
Standard records (Ontario Ministry of Health Antenatal Records 1 and 2)


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First prenatal visit • Standard records (Ontario Ministry of Health Antenatal Records 1 and 2) • Pregnancy considered in trimesters (three in total, each 12 to 14 weeks in length) • Each pregnancy should be assigned a risk category (see reverse side of AN forms) to ensu







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• Standard records (Ontario Ministry of Health Antenatal Records 1 and 2)
• Pregnancy considered in trimesters (three in total, each [...] weeks in length)
• Each pregnancy should be assigned a risk category (see reverse side of AN forms) to ensure appropriate investigations, surveillance and management
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12 to 14


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First prenatal visit • Standard records (Ontario Ministry of Health Antenatal Records 1 and 2) • Pregnancy considered in trimesters (three in total, each 12 to 14 weeks in length) • Each pregnancy should be assigned a risk category (see reverse side of AN forms) to ensure appropriate investigations, surveillance and management<







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First Prenatal Visit History
1. [...]
• LMP: first day of last normal period
• Determine EDC (estimated date of confinement)
2. Past Obstetrical History:
• All Ob/Gyn histories include a summary of G and P
• For more complicated patients, can further categorize into GTPAL:
G: any pregnancy (include losses, ectopic, mole, current)
T: term – infants delivered after 37 completed weeks
P: preterm – infants delivered 20 - 36+6 weeks
A: abortions – pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks and/or fetus weighing <500 grams
L: live – number of currently living children
• If pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks, inquire:
---• how did loss happen (did they have a termination? or bleed and cramp? did they feels pressure and have PPROM?) - differentiate between causes such as therapeutic abortion, spontaneous abortion, fetal anomaly, maternal issues (incompetent cervix)
---• was a surgical procedure required such as a D and C (Dilatation and Curettage) or D and E (Dilatation and Evacuation)
---• was medical intervention required such as misoprostol (for missed abortion or blighted ovum)
• If pregnancy loss after 20 weeks, inquire:
---• date of delivery, location, sex, birth weight, gestational age at delivery, mode of delivery (vaginal – assisted or spontaneous; Cesarean – low segment or classical); were there any antepartum, intrapartum or postpartum complications and/or fetal anomalies.
3. Past Medical and Surgical History
4. Family History:
genetic diseases, congenital malformations, consanguinity
5. Medications, Allergies
6. Social History: smoking, alcohol, recreational drugs, home environment
7. Review of Systems (tailor to patient)
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History of Present Pregnancy:


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First Prenatal Visit History
1. History of Present Pregnancy:
• LMP: first day of last normal period
• Determine EDC (estimated date of confinement)
2. [...]
• All Ob/Gyn histories include a summary of G and P
• For more complicated patients, can further categorize into GTPAL:
G: any pregnancy (include losses, ectopic, mole, current)
T: term – infants delivered after 37 completed weeks
P: preterm – infants delivered 20 - 36+6 weeks
A: abortions – pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks and/or fetus weighing <500 grams
L: live – number of currently living children
• If pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks, inquire:
---• how did loss happen (did they have a termination? or bleed and cramp? did they feels pressure and have PPROM?) - differentiate between causes such as therapeutic abortion, spontaneous abortion, fetal anomaly, maternal issues (incompetent cervix)
---• was a surgical procedure required such as a D and C (Dilatation and Curettage) or D and E (Dilatation and Evacuation)
---• was medical intervention required such as misoprostol (for missed abortion or blighted ovum)
• If pregnancy loss after 20 weeks, inquire:
---• date of delivery, location, sex, birth weight, gestational age at delivery, mode of delivery (vaginal – assisted or spontaneous; Cesarean – low segment or classical); were there any antepartum, intrapartum or postpartum complications and/or fetal anomalies.
3. Past Medical and Surgical History
4. Family History:
genetic diseases, congenital malformations, consanguinity
5. Medications, Allergies
6. Social History: smoking, alcohol, recreational drugs, home environment
7. Review of Systems (tailor to patient)
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Past Obstetrical History:


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First Prenatal Visit History
1. History of Present Pregnancy:
• LMP: first day of last normal period
• Determine EDC (estimated date of confinement)
2. Past Obstetrical History:
• All Ob/Gyn histories include a summary of G and P
• For more complicated patients, can further categorize into GTPAL:
G: any pregnancy (include losses, ectopic, mole, current)
T: term – infants delivered after 37 completed weeks
P: preterm – infants delivered 20 - 36+6 weeks
A: abortions – pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks and/or fetus weighing <500 grams
L: live – number of currently living children
• If pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks, inquire:
---• how did loss happen (did they have a termination? or bleed and cramp? did they feels pressure and have PPROM?) - differentiate between causes such as therapeutic abortion, spontaneous abortion, fetal anomaly, maternal issues (incompetent cervix)
---• was a surgical procedure required such as a D and C (Dilatation and Curettage) or D and E (Dilatation and Evacuation)
---• was medical intervention required such as misoprostol (for missed abortion or blighted ovum)
• If pregnancy loss after 20 weeks, inquire:
---• date of delivery, location, sex, birth weight, gestational age at delivery, mode of delivery (vaginal – assisted or spontaneous; Cesarean – low segment or classical); were there any antepartum, intrapartum or postpartum complications and/or fetal anomalies.
3. [...]
4. Family History:
genetic diseases, congenital malformations, consanguinity
5. Medications, Allergies
6. Social History: smoking, alcohol, recreational drugs, home environment
7. Review of Systems (tailor to patient)
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Past Medical and Surgical History


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First Prenatal Visit History
1. History of Present Pregnancy:
• LMP: first day of last normal period
• Determine EDC (estimated date of confinement)
2. Past Obstetrical History:
• All Ob/Gyn histories include a summary of G and P
• For more complicated patients, can further categorize into GTPAL:
G: any pregnancy (include losses, ectopic, mole, current)
T: term – infants delivered after 37 completed weeks
P: preterm – infants delivered 20 - 36+6 weeks
A: abortions – pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks and/or fetus weighing <500 grams
L: live – number of currently living children
• If pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks, inquire:
---• how did loss happen (did they have a termination? or bleed and cramp? did they feels pressure and have PPROM?) - differentiate between causes such as therapeutic abortion, spontaneous abortion, fetal anomaly, maternal issues (incompetent cervix)
---• was a surgical procedure required such as a D and C (Dilatation and Curettage) or D and E (Dilatation and Evacuation)
---• was medical intervention required such as misoprostol (for missed abortion or blighted ovum)
• If pregnancy loss after 20 weeks, inquire:
---• date of delivery, location, sex, birth weight, gestational age at delivery, mode of delivery (vaginal – assisted or spontaneous; Cesarean – low segment or classical); were there any antepartum, intrapartum or postpartum complications and/or fetal anomalies.
3. Past Medical and Surgical History
4. [...]:
genetic diseases, congenital malformations, consanguinity
5. Medications, Allergies
6. Social History: smoking, alcohol, recreational drugs, home environment
7. Review of Systems (tailor to patient)
Answer
Family History


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delivery, mode of delivery (vaginal – assisted or spontaneous; Cesarean – low segment or classical); were there any antepartum, intrapartum or postpartum complications and/or fetal anomalies. 3. Past Medical and Surgical History 4. <span>Family History: genetic diseases, congenital malformations, consanguinity 5. Medications, Allergies 6. Social History: smoking, alcohol, recreational drugs, home environment 7. Re







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First Prenatal Visit History
1. History of Present Pregnancy:
• LMP: first day of last normal period
• Determine EDC (estimated date of confinement)
2. Past Obstetrical History:
• All Ob/Gyn histories include a summary of G and P
• For more complicated patients, can further categorize into GTPAL:
G: any pregnancy (include losses, ectopic, mole, current)
T: term – infants delivered after 37 completed weeks
P: preterm – infants delivered 20 - 36+6 weeks
A: abortions – pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks and/or fetus weighing <500 grams
L: live – number of currently living children
• If pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks, inquire:
---• how did loss happen (did they have a termination? or bleed and cramp? did they feels pressure and have PPROM?) - differentiate between causes such as therapeutic abortion, spontaneous abortion, fetal anomaly, maternal issues (incompetent cervix)
---• was a surgical procedure required such as a D and C (Dilatation and Curettage) or D and E (Dilatation and Evacuation)
---• was medical intervention required such as misoprostol (for missed abortion or blighted ovum)
• If pregnancy loss after 20 weeks, inquire:
---• date of delivery, location, sex, birth weight, gestational age at delivery, mode of delivery (vaginal – assisted or spontaneous; Cesarean – low segment or classical); were there any antepartum, intrapartum or postpartum complications and/or fetal anomalies.
3. Past Medical and Surgical History
4. Family History:
genetic diseases, congenital malformations, consanguinity
5.
[...] 6. Social History: smoking, alcohol, recreational drugs, home environment
7. Review of Systems (tailor to patient)
Answer
Medications, Allergies


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t or classical); were there any antepartum, intrapartum or postpartum complications and/or fetal anomalies. 3. Past Medical and Surgical History 4. Family History: genetic diseases, congenital malformations, consanguinity 5. <span>Medications, Allergies 6. Social History: smoking, alcohol, recreational drugs, home environment 7. Review of Systems (tailor to patient)<span><body><html>







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First Prenatal Visit History
1. History of Present Pregnancy:
• LMP: first day of last normal period
• Determine EDC (estimated date of confinement)
2. Past Obstetrical History:
• All Ob/Gyn histories include a summary of G and P
• For more complicated patients, can further categorize into GTPAL:
G: any pregnancy (include losses, ectopic, mole, current)
T: term – infants delivered after 37 completed weeks
P: preterm – infants delivered 20 - 36+6 weeks
A: abortions – pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks and/or fetus weighing <500 grams
L: live – number of currently living children
• If pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks, inquire:
---• how did loss happen (did they have a termination? or bleed and cramp? did they feels pressure and have PPROM?) - differentiate between causes such as therapeutic abortion, spontaneous abortion, fetal anomaly, maternal issues (incompetent cervix)
---• was a surgical procedure required such as a D and C (Dilatation and Curettage) or D and E (Dilatation and Evacuation)
---• was medical intervention required such as misoprostol (for missed abortion or blighted ovum)
• If pregnancy loss after 20 weeks, inquire:
---• date of delivery, location, sex, birth weight, gestational age at delivery, mode of delivery (vaginal – assisted or spontaneous; Cesarean – low segment or classical); were there any antepartum, intrapartum or postpartum complications and/or fetal anomalies.
3. Past Medical and Surgical History
4. Family History:
genetic diseases, congenital malformations, consanguinity
5. Medications, Allergies
6. [...]: smoking, alcohol, recreational drugs, home environment
7. Review of Systems (tailor to patient)
Answer
Social History


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ntepartum, intrapartum or postpartum complications and/or fetal anomalies. 3. Past Medical and Surgical History 4. Family History: genetic diseases, congenital malformations, consanguinity 5. Medications, Allergies 6. <span>Social History: smoking, alcohol, recreational drugs, home environment 7. Review of Systems (tailor to patient)<span><body><html>







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First Prenatal Visit History
1. History of Present Pregnancy:
• LMP: first day of last normal period
• Determine EDC (estimated date of confinement)
2. Past Obstetrical History:
• All Ob/Gyn histories include a summary of G and P
• For more complicated patients, can further categorize into GTPAL:
G: any pregnancy (include losses, ectopic, mole, current)
T: term – infants delivered after 37 completed weeks
P: preterm – infants delivered 20 - 36+6 weeks
A: abortions – pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks and/or fetus weighing <500 grams
L: live – number of currently living children
• If pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks, inquire:
---• how did loss happen (did they have a termination? or bleed and cramp? did they feels pressure and have PPROM?) - differentiate between causes such as therapeutic abortion, spontaneous abortion, fetal anomaly, maternal issues (incompetent cervix)
---• was a surgical procedure required such as a D and C (Dilatation and Curettage) or D and E (Dilatation and Evacuation)
---• was medical intervention required such as misoprostol (for missed abortion or blighted ovum)
• If pregnancy loss after 20 weeks, inquire:
---• date of delivery, location, sex, birth weight, gestational age at delivery, mode of delivery (vaginal – assisted or spontaneous; Cesarean – low segment or classical); were there any antepartum, intrapartum or postpartum complications and/or fetal anomalies.
3. Past Medical and Surgical History
4. Family History:
genetic diseases, congenital malformations, consanguinity
5. Medications, Allergies
6. Social History: smoking, alcohol, recreational drugs, home environment
7. [...] (tailor to patient)
Answer
Review of Systems


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3. Past Medical and Surgical History 4. Family History: genetic diseases, congenital malformations, consanguinity 5. Medications, Allergies 6. Social History: smoking, alcohol, recreational drugs, home environment 7. <span>Review of Systems (tailor to patient)<span><body><html>







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First Prenatal Visit History
1. History of Present Pregnancy:
• LMP: [...]
• Determine EDC (estimated date of confinement)
2. Past Obstetrical History:
• All Ob/Gyn histories include a summary of G and P
• For more complicated patients, can further categorize into GTPAL:
G: any pregnancy (include losses, ectopic, mole, current)
T: term – infants delivered after 37 completed weeks
P: preterm – infants delivered 20 - 36+6 weeks
A: abortions – pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks and/or fetus weighing <500 grams
L: live – number of currently living children
• If pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks, inquire:
---• how did loss happen (did they have a termination? or bleed and cramp? did they feels pressure and have PPROM?) - differentiate between causes such as therapeutic abortion, spontaneous abortion, fetal anomaly, maternal issues (incompetent cervix)
---• was a surgical procedure required such as a D and C (Dilatation and Curettage) or D and E (Dilatation and Evacuation)
---• was medical intervention required such as misoprostol (for missed abortion or blighted ovum)
• If pregnancy loss after 20 weeks, inquire:
---• date of delivery, location, sex, birth weight, gestational age at delivery, mode of delivery (vaginal – assisted or spontaneous; Cesarean – low segment or classical); were there any antepartum, intrapartum or postpartum complications and/or fetal anomalies.
3. Past Medical and Surgical History
4. Family History:
genetic diseases, congenital malformations, consanguinity
5. Medications, Allergies
6. Social History: smoking, alcohol, recreational drugs, home environment
7. Review of Systems (tailor to patient)
Answer
first day of last normal period


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First Prenatal Visit History 1. History of Present Pregnancy: • LMP: first day of last normal period • Determine EDC (estimated date of confinement) 2. Past Obstetrical History: • All Ob/Gyn histories include a summary of G and P • For more complicated patients, c







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First Prenatal Visit History
1. History of Present Pregnancy:
• LMP: first day of last normal period
• Determine
[...] 2. Past Obstetrical History:
• All Ob/Gyn histories include a summary of G and P
• For more complicated patients, can further categorize into GTPAL:
G: any pregnancy (include losses, ectopic, mole, current)
T: term – infants delivered after 37 completed weeks
P: preterm – infants delivered 20 - 36+6 weeks
A: abortions – pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks and/or fetus weighing <500 grams
L: live – number of currently living children
• If pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks, inquire:
---• how did loss happen (did they have a termination? or bleed and cramp? did they feels pressure and have PPROM?) - differentiate between causes such as therapeutic abortion, spontaneous abortion, fetal anomaly, maternal issues (incompetent cervix)
---• was a surgical procedure required such as a D and C (Dilatation and Curettage) or D and E (Dilatation and Evacuation)
---• was medical intervention required such as misoprostol (for missed abortion or blighted ovum)
• If pregnancy loss after 20 weeks, inquire:
---• date of delivery, location, sex, birth weight, gestational age at delivery, mode of delivery (vaginal – assisted or spontaneous; Cesarean – low segment or classical); were there any antepartum, intrapartum or postpartum complications and/or fetal anomalies.
3. Past Medical and Surgical History
4. Family History:
genetic diseases, congenital malformations, consanguinity
5. Medications, Allergies
6. Social History: smoking, alcohol, recreational drugs, home environment
7. Review of Systems (tailor to patient)
Answer
EDC (estimated date of confinement)


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antenatal visit history
First Prenatal Visit History 1. History of Present Pregnancy: • LMP: first day of last normal period • Determine EDC (estimated date of confinement) 2. Past Obstetrical History: • All Ob/Gyn histories include a summary of G and P • For more complicated patients, can further categorize into GTPAL: G: any pregnan







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First Prenatal Visit History
1. History of Present Pregnancy:
• LMP: first day of last normal period
• Determine EDC (estimated date of confinement)
2. Past Obstetrical History:
• All Ob/Gyn histories include a summary of [...]
• For more complicated patients, can further categorize into GTPAL:
G: any pregnancy (include losses, ectopic, mole, current)
T: term – infants delivered after 37 completed weeks
P: preterm – infants delivered 20 - 36+6 weeks
A: abortions – pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks and/or fetus weighing <500 grams
L: live – number of currently living children
• If pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks, inquire:
---• how did loss happen (did they have a termination? or bleed and cramp? did they feels pressure and have PPROM?) - differentiate between causes such as therapeutic abortion, spontaneous abortion, fetal anomaly, maternal issues (incompetent cervix)
---• was a surgical procedure required such as a D and C (Dilatation and Curettage) or D and E (Dilatation and Evacuation)
---• was medical intervention required such as misoprostol (for missed abortion or blighted ovum)
• If pregnancy loss after 20 weeks, inquire:
---• date of delivery, location, sex, birth weight, gestational age at delivery, mode of delivery (vaginal – assisted or spontaneous; Cesarean – low segment or classical); were there any antepartum, intrapartum or postpartum complications and/or fetal anomalies.
3. Past Medical and Surgical History
4. Family History:
genetic diseases, congenital malformations, consanguinity
5. Medications, Allergies
6. Social History: smoking, alcohol, recreational drugs, home environment
7. Review of Systems (tailor to patient)
Answer
G and P


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natal Visit History 1. History of Present Pregnancy: • LMP: first day of last normal period • Determine EDC (estimated date of confinement) 2. Past Obstetrical History: • All Ob/Gyn histories include a summary of <span>G and P • For more complicated patients, can further categorize into GTPAL: G: any pregnancy (include losses, ectopic, mole, current) T: term – infants delivered after 37 complet







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First Prenatal Visit History
1. History of Present Pregnancy:
• LMP: first day of last normal period
• Determine EDC (estimated date of confinement)
2. Past Obstetrical History:
• All Ob/Gyn histories include a summary of G and P
• For more complicated patients, can further categorize into GTPAL:
G: any pregnancy (include losses, ectopic, mole, current)
T: [...]
P: preterm – infants delivered 20 - 36+6 weeks
A: abortions – pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks and/or fetus weighing <500 grams
L: live – number of currently living children
• If pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks, inquire:
---• how did loss happen (did they have a termination? or bleed and cramp? did they feels pressure and have PPROM?) - differentiate between causes such as therapeutic abortion, spontaneous abortion, fetal anomaly, maternal issues (incompetent cervix)
---• was a surgical procedure required such as a D and C (Dilatation and Curettage) or D and E (Dilatation and Evacuation)
---• was medical intervention required such as misoprostol (for missed abortion or blighted ovum)
• If pregnancy loss after 20 weeks, inquire:
---• date of delivery, location, sex, birth weight, gestational age at delivery, mode of delivery (vaginal – assisted or spontaneous; Cesarean – low segment or classical); were there any antepartum, intrapartum or postpartum complications and/or fetal anomalies.
3. Past Medical and Surgical History
4. Family History:
genetic diseases, congenital malformations, consanguinity
5. Medications, Allergies
6. Social History: smoking, alcohol, recreational drugs, home environment
7. Review of Systems (tailor to patient)
Answer
term – infants delivered after 37 completed weeks


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ment) 2. Past Obstetrical History: • All Ob/Gyn histories include a summary of G and P • For more complicated patients, can further categorize into GTPAL: G: any pregnancy (include losses, ectopic, mole, current) T: <span>term – infants delivered after 37 completed weeks P: preterm – infants delivered 20 - 36+6 weeks A: abortions – pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks and/or fetus weighing <500 grams L: live – number of currently living ch







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First Prenatal Visit History
1. History of Present Pregnancy:
• LMP: first day of last normal period
• Determine EDC (estimated date of confinement)
2. Past Obstetrical History:
• All Ob/Gyn histories include a summary of G and P
• For more complicated patients, can further categorize into GTPAL:
G: any pregnancy (include losses, ectopic, mole, current)
T: term – infants delivered after 37 completed weeks
P: [...]
A: abortions – pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks and/or fetus weighing <500 grams
L: live – number of currently living children
• If pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks, inquire:
---• how did loss happen (did they have a termination? or bleed and cramp? did they feels pressure and have PPROM?) - differentiate between causes such as therapeutic abortion, spontaneous abortion, fetal anomaly, maternal issues (incompetent cervix)
---• was a surgical procedure required such as a D and C (Dilatation and Curettage) or D and E (Dilatation and Evacuation)
---• was medical intervention required such as misoprostol (for missed abortion or blighted ovum)
• If pregnancy loss after 20 weeks, inquire:
---• date of delivery, location, sex, birth weight, gestational age at delivery, mode of delivery (vaginal – assisted or spontaneous; Cesarean – low segment or classical); were there any antepartum, intrapartum or postpartum complications and/or fetal anomalies.
3. Past Medical and Surgical History
4. Family History:
genetic diseases, congenital malformations, consanguinity
5. Medications, Allergies
6. Social History: smoking, alcohol, recreational drugs, home environment
7. Review of Systems (tailor to patient)
Answer
preterm – infants delivered 20 - 36+6 weeks


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n histories include a summary of G and P • For more complicated patients, can further categorize into GTPAL: G: any pregnancy (include losses, ectopic, mole, current) T: term – infants delivered after 37 completed weeks P: <span>preterm – infants delivered 20 - 36+6 weeks A: abortions – pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks and/or fetus weighing <500 grams L: live – number of currently living children • If pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks, i







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First Prenatal Visit History
1. History of Present Pregnancy:
• LMP: first day of last normal period
• Determine EDC (estimated date of confinement)
2. Past Obstetrical History:
• All Ob/Gyn histories include a summary of G and P
• For more complicated patients, can further categorize into GTPAL:
G: any pregnancy (include losses, ectopic, mole, current)
T: term – infants delivered after 37 completed weeks
P: preterm – infants delivered 20 - 36+6 weeks
A: [...]
L: live – number of currently living children
• If pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks, inquire:
---• how did loss happen (did they have a termination? or bleed and cramp? did they feels pressure and have PPROM?) - differentiate between causes such as therapeutic abortion, spontaneous abortion, fetal anomaly, maternal issues (incompetent cervix)
---• was a surgical procedure required such as a D and C (Dilatation and Curettage) or D and E (Dilatation and Evacuation)
---• was medical intervention required such as misoprostol (for missed abortion or blighted ovum)
• If pregnancy loss after 20 weeks, inquire:
---• date of delivery, location, sex, birth weight, gestational age at delivery, mode of delivery (vaginal – assisted or spontaneous; Cesarean – low segment or classical); were there any antepartum, intrapartum or postpartum complications and/or fetal anomalies.
3. Past Medical and Surgical History
4. Family History:
genetic diseases, congenital malformations, consanguinity
5. Medications, Allergies
6. Social History: smoking, alcohol, recreational drugs, home environment
7. Review of Systems (tailor to patient)
Answer
abortions – pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks and/or fetus weighing <500 grams


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antenatal visit history
more complicated patients, can further categorize into GTPAL: G: any pregnancy (include losses, ectopic, mole, current) T: term – infants delivered after 37 completed weeks P: preterm – infants delivered 20 - 36+6 weeks A: <span>abortions – pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks and/or fetus weighing <500 grams L: live – number of currently living children • If pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks, inquire: ---• how did loss happen (did they have a termination? or bleed and cramp? d







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First Prenatal Visit History
1. History of Present Pregnancy:
• LMP: first day of last normal period
• Determine EDC (estimated date of confinement)
2. Past Obstetrical History:
• All Ob/Gyn histories include a summary of G and P
• For more complicated patients, can further categorize into GTPAL:
G: any pregnancy (include losses, ectopic, mole, current)
T: term – infants delivered after 37 completed weeks
P: preterm – infants delivered 20 - 36+6 weeks
A: abortions – pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks and/or fetus weighing <500 grams
L: [...]
• If pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks, inquire:
---• how did loss happen (did they have a termination? or bleed and cramp? did they feels pressure and have PPROM?) - differentiate between causes such as therapeutic abortion, spontaneous abortion, fetal anomaly, maternal issues (incompetent cervix)
---• was a surgical procedure required such as a D and C (Dilatation and Curettage) or D and E (Dilatation and Evacuation)
---• was medical intervention required such as misoprostol (for missed abortion or blighted ovum)
• If pregnancy loss after 20 weeks, inquire:
---• date of delivery, location, sex, birth weight, gestational age at delivery, mode of delivery (vaginal – assisted or spontaneous; Cesarean – low segment or classical); were there any antepartum, intrapartum or postpartum complications and/or fetal anomalies.
3. Past Medical and Surgical History
4. Family History:
genetic diseases, congenital malformations, consanguinity
5. Medications, Allergies
6. Social History: smoking, alcohol, recreational drugs, home environment
7. Review of Systems (tailor to patient)
Answer
live – number of currently living children


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antenatal visit history
ude losses, ectopic, mole, current) T: term – infants delivered after 37 completed weeks P: preterm – infants delivered 20 - 36+6 weeks A: abortions – pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks and/or fetus weighing <500 grams L: <span>live – number of currently living children • If pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks, inquire: ---• how did loss happen (did they have a termination? or bleed and cramp? did they feels pressure and have PPROM?) - different