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- A 30-year-old para 1 woman at 37 weeks’ gestation with breech presentation had an unsuccessful external cephalic version. She opted to have a vaginal breech delivery after counselling. What is the risk of umbilical cord prolapse in breech presentation?
- A 20-year-old woman is 36 weeks pregnant in her first pregnancy and is being reviewed in the antenatal clinic. A recent obstetric growth scan confi rms breech presentation of a normally grown fetus with normal liquor volume. She has no other complicating medical or obstetric disorders. She is deciding between planned vaginal or elective caesarean (LSCS) modes of delivery. Which of the following is correct in relation to the counselling she will receive?
- Ms XY is 36/40 weeks pregnant. She is undergoing an ECV for breech presentation today. She is known to be RH-negative and non-sensitised. She had 2 anti-D injections (RAADP) at 28 and 34 weeks in keeping with the hospital policy. Which of the following treatment options are best suited to her?
4 A 38-year-old woman has breech presentation at 39 weeks and is opting for elective caesarean section (LSCS) for mode of delivery. Her BMI is 28. She has no other medical or obstetric disorders and has not had any previous surgery. When counselling about elective LSCS, which one of the following statements is valid?CorrectIncorrect
5 Ms XY is 35/40 weeks pregnant in her first pregnancy. Her USS today reveals a baby with extended breech presentation. What is the incidence of breech presentation at term?CorrectIncorrect