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She starts to feel scared, shakey and wants to run away transition
Her surges are irregular, yet painful Latent phase
She is fully dilated second stage
A treatment is recommend to support birth of the placenta managed stage
what is syntocinon, made from which is used to make contractions stronger oxytocin
Artificial rupture of membranes (ARM) also means Waters broken
A form of induction (but often not considered to be) Sweep and stretch
The love hormone Oxytocin
Gas and air Entonox
A local anaesthetic that numbs the nerves that carry the pain impulses Epidural

Pregnancy word search

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UMBILICALCORD
PELVIS
MILIA
CESAREAN
CERVIX
MUCOUSPLUG
MASTITIS
EPISIOTOMY
EPIDURAL
HORMONE
JAUNDICE
KEGEL
APGARSCORE
CONTRACTIONS
CROWNING
DILATION
FETUS
FALLOPIANTUBES
UTERUS
PLACENTA

Stages of Labor Crossword

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This phase of labor is the longest during the first stage. Latent
The deceleration associated with cord compression is? Variable
This deceleration shows placental insufficiency. Late decels
How many stages of labor are there? Four
What type of deceleration is associated with head compression? Early decels
What stage of labor does cervical dilation occur? First stage
This stage of labor is considered the recovery period. Fourth stage
10 cm-birth of infant Second stage
What is expelled during the third stage of labor? Placenta
The fourth stage of labor usually lasts up to ________hrs or until VS are stable. Four
In the 4th stage, BP, fundus checks, and lochia checks should be assessed q ________minutes for the first 1-2 hours. Fifteen
True or False: During transition phases, it's normal for most pts to experience a high amount of anxiety and fear, which leads them to believe they will not be able to tolerate the process of giving birth. TRue
During the transition phases, the cervix dilates from _____to ______cm and pain becomes ______. Seven-ten-severe
Pushing can begin when the cervix is ___________ _____________ dilated. Ten Centimeters
_____________ is when the babies head becomes visible in the vaginal opening. Crowning

Labor and Delivery Word Search

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heeheehoohoo
iv
walton
spotting
vagina
braxtonhicks
bloodyshow
apgarscore
hospital
placenta
afterbirth
uterus
delivery
labor
colostrum
demerol
epidural
fecal
forceps
contractions
crowning
effacement
dilation
blood
cord
cervix
amnioticfluid

L&D Simulation Crossword

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2nd stage ends with the baby crowning
pain method that goes in the IV analgesic
3rd P in the 5 major factors of the labor process powers
Provides oxygen and nutrients to fetus Placenta
Type of fluid in the bag of waters amniotic
Oxygen bypasses fetal lungs and goes through the liver
The maximum cervical dilation ten
1st stage of labor ends with complete dilation
The thinning of the cervix effacement
First assessment of the new baby respirations

Labor and Delivery Crossword

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Secreation of milk from the breast Lactation
The act of giving birth; childbirth Parturition
Shortening of the uterine muscles occurring at intervals before and during childbirth Contraction
The opening of cervix as it is pulled upward and fetus is pushed downward Dilation
Cervical thinning Effacement
The location of the presenting part of the fetus in the birth canal Station
The fluid-filled sac that contains and protects a fetus in the womb; membranes Amniotic Sac
The top portion of the uterus Fundus
The lower part of the uterus that dilates as labor progresses Cervix
A situation at childbirth where the fetus is in a longitudinal lie and the head enters the pelvis first Vertex
The fetus is in a longitudinal lie with the buttocks or feet closest to the cervix Breech
A synthetic form of oxytocin, used to induce labor Pitocin
A decrease in the fetal heart rate below the fetal baseline Deceleration
A surgical cut made at the opening of the vagina during childbirth Episiotomy
The procedure by which the amniotic sac is deliberately ruptured Amniotomy
The fluid surrounding a fetus Amniotic Fluid
The normal discharge from the uterus after childbirth Lochia
The sensation that a pregnant woman feels when the baby drops Lightening
Used to determine the position of a fetus inside the woman's uterus Leopolds Maneuver

Women's Health Crossword

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Temporary increase in fetal heart rate that peaks above the baseline of 15 bpm and last 15 bpm Accelerations
Occur at least every 5 minutes and last 30-60 seconds Contraction duration
False contractions, tighten the uterus, do not cause pain, indicates dehydration Braxton Hicks
An incision made down the perineum to allow for more room Episiotomy
Delayed onset of 1st menstrual period Primary amenorrhea
Adverse effect of epidural block Maternal hypotension
Thinning of the cervix Effacement
Induction of labor by artificial means Augmentation
An infection that can occur by eating undercooked meats and by exposure from infected cat feces. Toxoplasmosis
At 20 weeks, the fundus is located at the ________. Umbilicus
The hormone that stimulates milk ejection after birth, stimulations contractions, and keeps the uterus contracted after birth. Oxytocin
Characterized by dilation of the collecting ducts, which becomes distended and filled with cellular debris. This usually occurs as a woman approaches menopause. Ductal ectasia
Absence of menses for at least 3 cycles (3 months) after an established 6 months of regular cycles Secondary amenorrhea
Part of the fallopian tube where fertilization takes place Ampulla
Hormone that causes the LH surge leading to the ovulatory phase of the ovarian cycle Estrogen
Without this hormone, pregnancy would not be maintained Progesterone
Sign of true labor Cervical change
Fetal movements Quickening
Presentation when the fetal buttocks or feet enter the pelvis first Breech
Help cause the cervix to dilate and contractions to occur when pregnant women go into labor Prostaglandin
Top of the uterus, used a point of reference for measuring fetal growth Fundus
Vaginal discharge during the postpartum period Lochia
Initiates milk production when levels of estrogen and progesterone fall (not made during pregnancy) Prolactin
Used to test for chromosomal abnormalities and fetal defects early in second trimester Amniocentesis
A thick, green tar-like substance that lines intestine in baby and released with baby’s first bowel movement Meconium

Pregnancy and Childbirth Crossword

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The process of childbirth Labor
Pregnancy is split into three of these Trimester
A surgical birth CesareanSection
A non-surgical birth Natural
This gives the fetus nutrients inside the womb Placenta
A type of touch bonding between mother and baby involving feeding Breastfeeding
What a cell is called after fertilization Zygote
A shortening of the uterine muscles during childbirth Contraction
A common pain reliever during childbirth Epidural
A zygote is considered this after 10 weeks Fetus

LABOR and BIRTH Crossword

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A small incision to prevent tearing EPISIOTOMY
After the baby is born, contractions continue causing the placenta to seperate from the . UTERUS
Passage of the mucus from the the cervix is sometimes referred to as "the show" plug
Refers to the cervix stretching and expanding. DILATION
The liquid when your "water breaks" is . AMNIOTIC FLUID
An incision made in the mother's lower abdomen for delivery is . CESAREAN SECTION
Refers to a baby's positioned with feet, buttocks, or shoulders first. BREECH
A fetal records the strength and duration of contractions. MONITOR
The baby dropping lower in the pelvis. LIGHTENING
Refers to the time the baby's head is first seen. CROWNING
This is expelled in the last stage of labor. PLACENTA
The tightening and releasing of the mucles in the uterus is . CONTRACTIONS
A premature baby is usually place in an to control underdevolped body systems. INCUBATOR
This assesment is used for rating newborn's physical condition. APGAR SCALE
The thick, pasty substance that protects from over exposure to the amniotic fliud. VERNIX
Spots where the bones have not yet fused together are . FONTANELS
The fine hair that grows on on newborn's forehead, back, and shoulders is . LANUGO
These cells are capable of producing all types blood cells. STEMCELLS

Pregnancy and Birth Crossword

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Where the mother thinks shes going into labor but is not. BRAXTONHICKS
Baby is upside down during birthing process BREECH
Or birth made by cut made on mothers abdomen and baby is pulled out of womb CESAREAN
Sharp pains felt during birth CONTRACTIONS
Shot given into mothers spine to ease pain EPIDURAL
Caused by heavy drinking during pregnancy FETALALCOHLSYNDROME
Sickness during pregnancy MORNING
Aka vaginal birth NATURAL
Unfertilized egg OVAM
Causes acid to go to the heart PKU
_____ is expelled during afterbirth PLACENTA
Depresson some mothers get after pregnancy POSTPARDOM
Birth defect where spinal cord doesn't develop properly SPINABIFIDA
Provides nutrients to baby during pregnancy UMBILICALCORD
Where the baby stays during pregnancy WOMB

Swine Terms Crossword

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Crossword
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Castrated Male Barrows
First milk produced by the sow Colostrum
To give birth to piglets Farrow
All the offspring from a single farrowing Litter
A drug used to cause uterine contractions in sows and/or stimulate milk production Oxytocin
Female pig which has farrowed at least once Sow
Removing young from their mother Weaning
A pig between birth and weaning Sucker
Male hog or pig with intact testicles Boar
A herd or group of swine Drove
Feeding a pig out to reach market weight Finishing
A piglet that is born dead, but hasn't fully developed Mummy
Small or weak pig in a litter Runt
When a sow or gilt is ready to be serviced Standing Heat
The number of sows that conceive to service Conception Rate
Animal weighing between 40 and 220 lbs; being fed for slaughter Grower
The body of a pig after it has been dressed out (butchered) Carcass
The first offspring from the crossbreeding of two pure-bred pigs from different breeds F1
Young females that have not yet produced a litter Gilt
The two teeth on either side of the jaw that look like canine teeth Needle Teeth
After a sow or gilt has taken to a pregnancy she is considered settled Settle
The underside or belly of a sow Underline
The number of litters a sow has carried (including current pregnancy) Parity