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That extended their anal sphincter
Through the skin and into the muscles
That involves anterior rectal wall
That extends through the perineal muscle.
I am happy to note that we can have sex occasionally when I have no bleeding.
I am afraid I might have an operation when my due comes
I will have to remain in bed until my due date comes
I may go back to work since I stay only at the office.
8th week of pregnancy
10th week of pregnancy
12th week of pregnancy
18th week of pregnancy
30- 40 lbs
Explain the surgery, expected outcome and kind of anesthetics.
Modify preoperative teaching to meet the needs of either a planned or emergency cesarean birth.
Arrange for a staff member of the anesthesia department to explain what to expect post-operatively.
Instruct the mother’s support person to remain in the family lounge until after the delivery.
Blood pressure of 160/110
Need to be modified in any way by either partner
Is permitted if penile penetration is not deep.
Should be restricted because it may stimulate uterine activity.
Is safe as long as she is in side-lying position.
Lie face down
Not drink fluids
Practice holding breaths between contractions
Assume Sim’s position
The anterior is large in shape when compared to the posterior fontanel.
The anterior is triangular shaped; the posterior is diamond shaped.
The anterior is bulging; the posterior appears sunken.
The posterior closes at 18 months; the anterior closes at 8 to 12 months.
13 -14 lbs
16 -17 lbs
22 -23 lbs
27 -28 lbs
To facilitate elimination
To promote uterine contraction
To promote analgesia
To prevent infection
80 beats per minute
100 beats per minute
120 beats per minute
140 beats per minute
Initiative vs. Self doubt
Industry vs. Inferiority
Autonomy vs. Shame and doubt
Trust vs. Mistrust
Irreversible brain damage
Pointing to body parts at 15 months of age.
Using gesture to communicate at 18 months.
Cooing at 3 months.
Saying “mama” or “dada” for the first time at 18 months of age.
Tell her that she would not be loved by others is she behaves that way..
Withholding giving her toys until she behaves properly.
Ignore her behavior as long as she does not hurt herself and others.
Ask her what she wants and give it to pacify her.
Lymphedema and nerve palsy
Hearing loss and ataxia
Headaches and vomiting
Abdominal mass and weakness
Periorbital edema, absent light reflex and translucent tympanic membrane
Irritability, purulent drainage in middle ear, nasal congestion and cough
Diarrhea, retracted tympanic membrane and enlarged parotid gland
Vomiting, pulling at ears and pearly white tympanic membrane
Sensory stimulation including several senses at a time
Tactile stimulation until signs of over stimulation develop
An attitude of extension when prone or side lying
Ulcerative colitis diet
Use of a high-SPF sunblock
Hair loss monitoring
Monitor for growth retardation
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