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Ob/gyn- Cardiac Activity, Fetal Pole

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OB/GYN- Cardiac activity, Fetal pole

  
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1.  The heartbeat is seen as a regular flutter in the embryo first evident at about ____ to _____ weeks.
2.  Sonographic detectionEndovaginally, the embryo is usually detected by ____weeks, and it is approximately ____ mm.
3.  At about 8-9 weeks the fetal heart rate should be about _______ bpm
4.  At about 14 weeks the fetal heart rate should be about _____ bpm
5.  Cardiac activity can be noted adjacent to the _________ __________
6.  The crown rump length is measurable to _____ weeks and is considered to be the most accurate dating (+/- three days) during the first trimester. It is measured from the top of the ________ to the bottom of the ________ excluding the legs.
7.  Care must be taken not to mistake maternal _______________ pulsations as fetal cardiac activity.
8.  For the remainder of pregnancy after 14 weeks, the average fetal heart rate is between _________ and _________ bpm.
9.  At about 6 weeks the fetal heart rate should be about ______-______ bpm
10.  The fetal ______ is the first organ to function with development completed by the end of the ____th week.
11.  The ____________ is initially seen as a thin linear structure adjacent to the yolk sac.
12.  Fetal poleThe embryonic period is between ____- ____ weeks.
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