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- A 29 year old patient goes into labour.She has had an uneventful pregnancy with normal antenatal ultrasound scans. You are called to see the patient as fresh vaginal bleeding started when the membranes ruptured spontaneously. You suspect vasa previa. What is the fetal mortality associated with vasa previa when it is not diagnosed in the antenatal period?
2. What is the main contraindication to the use of antenatal corticosteroids?CorrectIncorrect
3. An anaesthetist is asked to assist with the insertion of an intravenous cannula prior to the commencement of a Syntocinon infusion in labour. The cannula is inserted successfully, but shortly after it was flushed through as the woman starts to have convulsions and becomes hypotensive and bradycardic. The syringes on the trolley are unlabeled and the anaesthetist suspects he may have flushed the cannula with a local anaesthetic solution. What is the appropriate management of her collapse?CorrectIncorrect
4, Placental abruption is most likely associated with which of the following conditions?CorrectIncorrect
5. Which type of placenta has small chorionic plate large basal plate ?CorrectIncorrect
6. A 27 years old primigravida at 38 weeks of gestation has presented with spontaneous rupture of membranes. Bishop score 8. She is HIV positive with recent viral load less 50copies/ml. how will you manage this patient?CorrectIncorrect
7. Prevention of acute kidney injury in disseminated intravascular coagulationCorrectIncorrect
8. PG lscs d/t Previa, on surgery it is increta and is bleeding. Rx of choiceCorrectIncorrect
9. A 40 years old G4P3 at 36weeks of gestation presented in active labour, she has history of CS followed by a precipitated delivery previously. Her 20 wees scan showed a bilobed placenta, repeat scan at 32 weeks showed normal placenta with polyhydramnios. Immediately after membranes rupture she started bleeding wth fetal distress on CTG. What is wrong with the patient?CorrectIncorrect
10. A 23 years old primigravida has an I ncidental finding of cervical length being 20mm on scan.. she doesn’t have any significant history . what will you do next?CorrectIncorrect
11. A 32 years old primigravida has presented at 36weeks with established labour, she is 6cm dilated , membranes ruptured soon after with bood stained liquor. Ctg is shown below, what will you do next?CorrectIncorrect
12. A G2P1 at 39 weeks is booked for elective LSCS for breech presentation , during surgery you see that lower segment is extremely vascular, placenta has been localized to be anterior and not low lying on 20weeks scan. What will you do next?CorrectIncorrect
14. Most common cause of acute kidney injury in obstetrics?CorrectIncorrect
14. You are specialist on call, performing an emergency LSCS on a patient n G2P1,prev 1 CS, upon opening peritoneal cavity you see engorged bluish vessels in lower segment. Placenta was not low lying on 20weeks scan, what will you do next?CorrectIncorrect
15. You are managing a PG who just had an emergency cs in second stage and is bleeding heavily, she has lost almost 1.5litres of blood. Blood transfusion s started and coagulation profile is being awaited. What is the indication of FFP transfusion in this woman?CorrectIncorrect