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ob complications

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when to give rhogamat 28 weeks of rh negative mother or within 72 hours of procedure or incident that could cause mixing of fetal/maternal blood if titer is < 1:6

congenital infections

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hydrocephalus, intracranial calcifications, choriorretinistoxoplasma
dermatomal scarring, eye problemsnew varicella infection
purpuric rash, hearing loss, cataractsrubella
CNS abnormalities, unilateral hearlng loss, intracranial calcificationsCMV (most common torch infection)
temporal lobe encephalitisherpes simplex
blood-tinged nasal secretionscongenital syphillis
anterior bowing of tibiacongenital syphillis

complications of pregnancy

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beta HCG when you can see fetus on transabdominal us6500
beta HCG when you can see fetus on transvaginal us1500


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major source of estrogen in menopausal womenperipheral conversion of adrenal androgens by aromatase in adipose tissue
premature ovarian failureamenorrhea, hypoestroginism, and elevated serum gonadotropin levels in women < 40
presents with primary amenorrhea and anosmia kallmans syndrome, 46 xx
treatment for pcn allergic pregnant pt with syphilispenicillin desensitization
increase in prostaglandins causes pain with start of menses radiating to back and thighs primary dysmenorrhea

fetal heart tracings

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fetal acidosislate deceleration
fetal hypoxialate deceleration
umbilical cord compressionvariable deceleration
uteroplacental insufficiency late deceleration
fetal head compressionearly decelerations
reactive NSTin 20 minutes there are 2 accelerations of at least 15 beats/min above baseline for at least 15 seconds

quad screen

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components of quad screenAFP, estriol, hCG, inhibin A
when is quad screen performed16-18 weeks
results in down syndromedecreased AFP, decreased estriol, increased hCG, increased inhibin A
results in trisomy 18decreased AFP, very decreased estriol, very decreased hCG, normal inhibin A
results in trisomy 13normal AFP, normal estriol, normal hCG, normal inhibin A
increased nuchal translucencytrisomies, turner's syndrome, cardiac defects