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Category: Obstetrics & Gynecology--->Antepartum Care and Fetal Surveillance
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Question 31#Print Question

A 23-year-old G1P0 at 42 weeks is undergoing induction of labor. She is receiving intravenous oxytocin. She complains that her contractions are very painful and seem to be continuous.

Match the description with the appropriate fetal heart rate tracing. If none of the tracings apply, answer e. (none).

e. None

a. (a)
b. (b)
c. (c)
d. (d)
e. (e)


Question 32#Print Question

A laboring patient has an internal fetal scalp electrode in place. Pelvic examination shows the patient to be 7-cm dilated with the fetal vertex at +1 station. The fetal heart rate tracing is consistent with fetal head compression.

Match the description with the appropriate fetal heart rate tracing. If none of the tracings apply, answer e. (none).

e. None

a. (a)
b. (b)
c. (c)
d. (d)
e. (e)


Question 33#Print Question

A patient at 41 weeks is undergoing NST. Her NST is reactive and reassuring.

Match the description with the appropriate fetal heart rate tracing. If none of the tracings apply, answer e. (none).

e. None

a. (a)
b. (b)
c. (c)
d. (d)
e. (e)


Question 34#Print Question

A laboring patient at 40 weeks’ gestation presents with spontaneous rupture of membranes. Bedside ultrasonography shows no measurable pockets of amniotic fluid. With each contraction, the fetal heart rate tracing shows evidence of umbilical cord compression. 

Match the description with the appropriate fetal heart rate tracing. If none of the tracings apply, answer e. (none).

e. None

a. (a)
b. (b)
c. (c)
d. (d)
e. (e)


Question 35#Print Question

A preeclamptic patient at 33 weeks’ gestation with IUGR is undergoing induction of labor. The fetal heart rate tracing shows evidence of uteroplacental insufficiency and is nonreassuring.

Match the description with the appropriate fetal heart rate tracing. If none of the tracings apply, answer e. (none).

e. None

a. (a)
b. (b)
c. (c)
d. (d)
e. (e)




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