The patient is 25 years old
The patient has a child with cystic fibrosis
The patient was exposed to rubella at 36 weeks’ gestation
The patient has a history of preterm labor at 32 weeks’ gestation
Reduce blood pressure
Slow the process of labor
Change the client’s position.
Prepare for emergency cesarean section.
Check for placenta previa.
Hemoglobin level of 11g/dL at 28 weeks' gestation
Positive result on test for group B streptococci at 36 weeks' gestation
Urinary tract infection with Escherichia coli treated at 20 weeks' gestation
Elevated level on gloucose screening test at 28 weeks' gestation followed by a normal 3-hour glucose tolerance test results at 29 weeks' gestation.
Advise the patient that a different provider will be called because you do not agree with the advice of the first provider.
Discuss your concerns with another labor and delivery nurse.
Document your conversation with the provider accurately, including the provider's interpretation and recommendation, and continue close observation of the fetal heart rate.
Go up the chain of command and communicate your assessment of the fetal heart rate findings clearly to the next appropriate provider.
At 36 weeks she will receive Rh immune globulin
At 28 weeks she should receive the Rh immune globulin.
No further testing will be done because the patient is Rh negative, instead of Rh positive.
The patient will be checked for clotting problems.
"Reactive" Nonstress Test
"Nonreactive" Nonstress Test
Negative Contraction Stress Test
Positive Contraction Stress Test
Placing the client in bed to begin fetal monitoring
Preparing for immediate delivery
Checking for ruptured membranes
Providing comfort measures
1 cm below the ischial spines.
Directly in line with the ischial spines.
1 cm above the ischial spines.
In no relationship to the ischial spines.