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Radiation
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Growth
Weight
Enviromental Factors
Amniocentesis
Chorionic Villus Sampling
Ultrasound
Stillbirth
Miscarriage
Pre-Term Birth
Congenital Problems
Syndrome
Alcohol
Fetal
AIDS
STI
Hypertension
Pregnancy
diabetes
Diabetes
Rh
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Prenatal Development Word Scramble

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GENETICS
CHROMOSOMES
PRENATAL
CONCEPTION
GESTATION
EMBRYO
FETUS
TRIMESTER
AMNIOTIC FLUID
PREGNANCY
ZYGOTE
GERMINAL PERIOD
PREMATURE BIRTH
OBSTETRICIAN
BIRTH DEFECTS
TERATOGENS
FETAL ALCOHOL SYNDROME
AMNIOCENTESIS
CHORIONIC VILLI SAMPLING
LABOR
CAESAREAN SECTION
GESTATIONAL DIABETES
STILLBIRTH
SUDDEN INFANT DEATH SYNDROME
EPISIOTOMY
HIV
AIDS
BLASTOCYST

Pregnancy & Birth Crossword Puzzle Word Search

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Very low birth-weight
Braxton-Hicks contractions
FAS fetal alcohol syndrome
RH factor
Oxygen deprivation
Breech birth
Induced labor
Doula
Lamaze method
Natural childbirth
fetus
Fetal period
Embryo
Embryonic period
Blastocyst
Zygote
Germinal period
AIDS
HIV
Viral STIs
Bacterial STIs
Caesarean section
Gestational diabetes
Stillbirth
Low birth-weight
Certified nurse midwives
Obstetricians

Pregnancy Crossword

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a condition where there is too much glucose in the patients blood that only affects pregnant women gestational diabetes
overweight pregnant women may need this during labour as they are more likely to have an instrumental delivery epidural
a pregnant woman is at higher risk than normal (20%->25%) of having one of these under 12 weeks if they are obese miscarriage
hypertension, proteinuria are signs of this condition pre-eclampsia
when a fertilised egg implants itself outside the womb - usually in the fallopian tubes ectopic
mothers who are obese are at increase risk their baby being born before its delivery date premature
mothers are screened for this condition of their babies, but the results do not give a definitive diagnosis. the older the mother the more at risk the baby is of having this condition downs syndrome
a diagnostic test for down's syndrome which takes a small amount of placenta which is attached to the uterus out via abdomen or cervix CVS
diagnostic for down's syndrome if beyond 15 weeks, sample of fluid surrounding the baby is taken via abdomen amniocentesis
women are offered this if the down's syndrome tests are positive councelling
test for screening for down's syndrome using a blood sample (10-14wks) and ultrasound (11wk+2d - 14wks) combination test
serum marker that is low in down's syndrome pregnancies PAPP-A
serum marker that is raised in down's syndrome pregnancies beta-hCG
BMI >30 has increased risk of still birth of something in 100 one
15-20% of pregnant women are this category obese

Chapter 12 terms Word Search

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Prenatal care
Spermicide
Withdrawal
Vasectomy
Sterilization
Elective abortion
Surgical abortion
Infertility
Prepregnancy counseling
Fetal alcohol syndrome
Teratogens
Preeclampsia
Eclampsia
Stillbirth
Placenta
Amniotic sac
C-section
Labor
Amniocentesis
Chorionic villus sampling
Ultrasound
Neonate
Attatchment

Chapter 8 Prenatal Development Word Search

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chorionicvillisampling
amniocentesis
ultrasound
premature
birthdefect
ectopicpregnancy
stillbirth
miscarriage
umbilicalcord
placenta
amnioticfluid
fetus
embryo
zygote
trimester
prenataldevelopment

TEEN Pregnancy Crossword Word Search

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healthy relationship
HIV
STILL BIRTH
FAMILY
AUTHORITY FIGURE
STD
EMOTIONAL ADJUSTMENTS
LOW BIRTH WEIGHT
HERPES
BEGINNING FAMILY
LIFESTYLE CHANGES
ESTEEM NEEDS
ABSTINENCE
PREMATURE
MISCARRIAGE
SINGLE PARENT
VARIATIONS
PARENT
EMPLOYMENT
Physical NEEDS

Healthy Pregnancy Crossword

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Medical care during pregnancy PRENATALCARE
Doctor specialized in pregnancy and childbirth OBSTERICIAN
Pregnancy is divided into three periods called TRIMESTER
At routine doctor visits during which trimester will you record medical history and weight, note conditions that could affect the prenancy, and be prescribed prenatal vitamins as needed FIRST
At routine doctor visits during which trimester will you monitor heartbeat of fetus, measure growth of uterus, and monitor for complications using ultrasound and other tool SECOND
During which trimester at routine doctor visits will you check position and size of fetus, check for warning signs of premature birth, check for complications, and discuss birth process THIRD
High-frequency sound waves used in pregnancies to create an image of the fetus ULTRASOUND
Around the 8th week of pregnancy, some undergo this test in which the doctor takes a small piece of the developing placenta CHORIONICVILLUSSAMPLING
This test happens around the 14th week of pregnancy and checks fetal cells naturally found in amniotic fluid for abnormalities AMNIOCENTESIS
Blastocyst implants in the fallopian tube or elsewhere in the abdomen, instead of the uterus ECTOPICPREGNANCY
Death of an embryo or fetus in the first 20 weeks of pregnancy MISCARRIAGE
High blood pressure, swelling of the wrists and ankles, and high levels of protein in the urine PREECLAMPSIA
Diabetes that develop in pregnant women GESTATIONALDIABETES
When pregnant, a women needs to consume 300 more of these CALORIES
This acid is essential for proper development of an embryo's neural tube, which later develops into the spinal cord and brain FOLICACID

Potencial Pregnancy Complications Crossword

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Description

The birth of an infant who died in the womb but survived at least the first 20 weeks Stillbirth
Any pregnancy loss before the 20th week Miscarriage
When the pregnancy hormones block insulin from doing its job Gestational Diabetes
When the baby is born before 37 weeks Premature
When mother has Rh-negative blood and baby has Rh-positive blood. Rh factor
A complication characterized by the mother’s sudden weight gain and high blood pressure. Toxemia
When the placenta is lying unusually low in the uterus, next to or covering the cervix Placenta previa
What holiday is celebrated today Halloween
When the weight of the fetus is under 5.5 lbs. at birth. Low birth weight
What’s Ms. Matthews favorite holiday that is coming up Thanksgiving

Pregnancy Terms Word Search

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genetics
chromosomes
legbud
armbud
earbud
water
heartbeat
Obstetrician
fruits
folicacid
vitamins
carbohydrate
protein
exercise
nutrition
ultrasound
birthdefect
amniocentesis
zygote
uterus
umbilicalcord
sperm
placenta
ovum
fetus
embryo
conception

Child development crossword #1-21

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is a self-enforced restraint from indulging in bodily activities that are widely experienced as giving pleasure. Abstinence
is a medical procedure used in prenatal diagnosis of chromosomal abnormalities and fetal infections. Amniocentesis
is a clear, slightly yellowish liquid that surrounds the unborn baby during pregnancy. Amniotic fluid
is a physical or biochemical abnormality that is present at birth and that may be inherited or the result of environmental influence. Birth defect
affects body movement, muscle control, muscle coordination, muscle tone, reflex, posture and balance. Cerebral Palsy
is a threadlike structure of nucleic acids and protein found in the nucleus of most living cells, carrying genetic information in the form of genes. Chromosome
is a prenatal test that diagnoses chromosomal abnormalities such as Down syndrome, as well as a host of other genetic disorders. Chorionic villus sampling
is a congenital split in the roof of the mouth. Cleft Palate
is the action of conceiving a child or of a child being conceived. Conception
is a common grave genetic disease that affects the exocrine glands and is characterized by the production of abnormal secretions, leading to mucus buildup that impairs the pancreas and, secondarily, the intestine. Mucus buildup in lungs can impair respiration. Abbreviated CF. Cystic Fibrosis
are a result of dominant alleles in chromosomes. Dominant genes
is a congenital disorder arising from a chromosome defect, causing intellectual impairment and physical abnormalities including short stature and a broad facial profile. Down syndrome
is a congenital syndrome caused by excessive consumption of alcohol by the mother during pregnancy, characterized by retardation of mental development and of physical growth, particularly of the skull and face of the infant. Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
is the ability to conceive children or young. Fertillity
is a unit of heredity that is transferred from a parent to offspring and is held to determine some characteristic of the offspring. Genes
is the process by which the patients or relatives at risk of an inherited disorder are advised of the consequences and nature of the disorder, the probability of developing or transmitting it, and the options open to them in management and family planning. Genetic counseling
is a condition in which fluid accumulates in the brain, typically in young children, enlarging the head and sometimes causing brain damage. Infertillity is inability to conceive children or young. Hydrocephalus
is inability to conceive children or young. Infertillity
is a period of absence from work granted to a mother before and after the birth of her child. Maternity leave
is the expulsion of a fetus from the womb before it is able to survive independently, especially spontaneously or as the result of accident. Miscarriage
is a hereditary condition marked by progressive weakening and wasting of the muscles. Muscular dystrophy