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3.Accelerations or decelerations not associated with contractions
6.Decelerations associated with utero-placental insufficiency
9.Branch of the ANS, mostly responsible for FHR variability
13.n order to assess intensity or a contraction with external monitoring, you must do this.
14.Detect changes in fetal oxgen and carbon dioxide levels and provide feedback to the fetal autonomic nervous system.
17.Smooth, undulating pattern which resembles a sine wave. Associated with grave fetal conditions.
19.________ compression can occur when a mother lays flat on her back in the last half of pregnancy.
21.A uterine contraction wich lasts 2 or more minutes.
26.Term to describe FHR baseline when there are no segments of 2 minutes or more within a ten minute timespan in which the FHR is consistent.
27.Abbrev. fetal heart rate
30.Baseline FHR which may be associated with maternal infection, fever, or certain medications.
31.Early labor abbrev.
33.A hand held device used to auscultate fetal heart rate.
34.The NST for a patient at 32 weeks gestation with FHR 135, minimal to moderate variability, no episodic or periodic changes, and occasional contractions.
36.Amplitude of change from baseline is undetectable.
37.Approximate, mean fetal heart rate rounded to the nearest 5 bpm. Determined over a ten minute window, exclusive of accles, decels, or marked variability.
39.Abbrev. for a type of fetal surveillance based on the premise that a well-oxygenated fetus will accelerate his heart rate in response to movement.
40.This type of variability may be associated with fetal sleep cycles
43.Two accelerations of the FHR of 10 bpm above baseline, observed during an NST for a 29 week fetus.
1.Stretch receptors which detect fetal BP changes.
2.MD or DO who specializes in the management of high risk pregnancy.
4.A pattern which closely resembles a sinusoidal pattern, but is not associated with a poor outcome.
5.Abbrev. for advanced practice nurse who cares for healthy women during pregnancy and birth.
7.Category which is indicative of abnormal acid-base balance.
8.Type of variability in which an amplitude change form the baseline of 25 beats or more is noted.
10.Type of decelerations you may see in a patient with a low AFI
11.Type of deceleration associated with head compression
12._____ compression is associated with variable decelerations.
15.ype of deceleration which may be associated with cord prolapse
16.Baseline FHR less than 110 bpm.
18.Roughness or smoothness of the fetal tracing which is viewed over 10 minutes, excluding acceleration and decelerations
20.Reassuring characteristic of FHR which does not need to be present for a tracing to be considered Category 1.
21.External transducer which measures the frequecy and duration of uterine contractions.
22.Decelerations which occur with less than half of the contractions in a twenty minute time span.
23.Inaccurate or inadequate recording of the fetal heart rate due to misplacement
24.This type of stimulation may be used to illicit accelerations during a non-reactive NST.
25.Variability associated with Category 1 tracing.
28.Decelerations which occur with 50% or more of the contractions in a twenty minute period.
29.A fetus at 39 weeks gestation must accelerate her HR at least ___ bpm above baseline, at least twice in 20 min. in order for the NST to be considered reactive.
32.Accelerations or decelerations associated with contractions
35.he category for a tracing in which there are periodic variable decelerations, moderate variability, and a baseline rate of 115.
38.Abbrev. electronic fetal monitoring
41.Measurement of amniotic fluid abbrev.
42.This category of tracing includes moderate variability, a baseline rate of 110-160, the absence of late and variable decels. Accels and early decels may or may not be present.

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