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1

name the most common cause of polyhydramnios

esophageal atresia

2

which nerve is most commonly injured during abdominal hysterectomy

femoral nerve

3

which nerve may be injured during vaginal hysterectomy

how does this manifest?

common peroneal nerve

leads to foot drop

4

which nerve is commonly injured during vaginal delivery

lumbosacral nerve

5

what is the most common cause of anesthesia related maternal mortality

airway complications

6

fetal development size at 2-3 weeks post fertilization

fetus is microscopic in size.

7

fetal development
length at 12 weeks

10cm long

8

fetal development length at 20 wks

25cm long

9

fetal development 40 wks term length

53cm (21in)

10

fetal development weight reaches 1 lb at how many months

5.5mo

11

weight reaches 3 lbs at what month

7mo

12

weight reaches 4.5lbs at what month

8mo

13

term fetal weight

7lb

14

mother typically gains 11kg due to increase in what three things?

increased blood volume

size of fetus

placenta

15

heart rate close to term

140 bpm

16

when does fetal heart begin beating?
what is the average bpm at that point?

4 weeks

65bpm

17

fetal development cardiac output is constant at what Fetal heart rate?

constant from 120-180bpm

18

between what two weeks does surfactant production begin

23/24 weeks

19

** exam** how much pressure is needed to open airways

25-40mmhg

20

fetal development characteristic of liver metabolism

decreased liver metabolism

21

*** where does the spinal cord end in the fetus

L3

22

smaller airways leads to

high risk of obstruction

23

is fetal development lung compliance and FRC increased or decreased

decrease lung compliance
decrease FRC

24

fetal lungs have ____ closing capacity

increased closing capacity

25

fetal large tongue=

high risk of obstruction
difficult intubation

26

HR fetal development

100-180bpm

27

what does cardiac output depend on

heart rate

28

fetal pC02=

40-45mmhg

29

fetal p02=

30mmhg

30

describe fetal shivering

unable to shiver meaning they are higher risk of hypothermia