The medical procedure used in prenatal diagnosis of chromosomal abnormalities in which a small amount of amniotic fluid is sampled from the amniotic sac
Which vitamin is recommend to women in the pre conception and early antenatal period to reduce the risk of spina bifida
How many domains are there in the National Competency Standards for Midwives?
A woman starts to bleed and loses the baby when she is 17 weeks gestation. What do you term this pregnancy outcome?
Soft cheeses, sandwich meats, bean sprouts, pre-prepared salads and pâté might contain which bacteria
The abbreviation Hb stands for.....?
Pregnant women should eat plenty of _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ every day
Which organisation monitors and regulates the practice of health professionals in Australia?
Pregnant women should avoid eating raw eggs as they may contain.....?
what is the top of the uterus called?
The standard model of maternity care provided in the hospital system can also be referred to as.....
A term used to describe the number of times a woman has fallen pregnant
Name the model of care when a woman is cared for during her pregnancy by both a midwife and GP
If a baby is in a cephalic presentation, flexed attitude, the denominator would be the.....?
What is the name for a worker who can provide support for Aboriginal women
What is the name of the NSW strategic policy which links women to a coordinated network of support and health-related services in the antenatal and postnatal periods
Pregnant women should reduce their intake of _ _ _ _ _
How many CPD points are registered midwives required to complete each year?
There are three levels of consultation and referral according to the ACM consultation and referral guides. If a woman is determined to be category C, what must the midwife do?
A term used to describe the number of pregnancies a woman has had beyond 20 weeks gestation
the abbreviation EBL stands for?
making eye contact is a form of which type of communication

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