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Q.1 Ms XX is a Para 0 and is 34/40 weeks pregnant. She has recently been diagnosed with obstetric cholestasis and commenced on ursodeoxycholic acid for the same. In view of increased obstetric surveillance, she is very concerned about fetal well being. Which of the following investigations would accurately predict the risk of fetal death?CorrectIncorrect
Q.2 Ms XY presents to the labour suite with a second episode of reduced fetal movements. She is 17 years old, Para 0, 39/40 weeks pregnant. She is smoker and has poor access to care. CTG is reassuring/reactive, and an ultrasound scan reveals abnormally grown fetus, with normal liquor volume and normal umbilical artery doppler. Which of the following treatment options are best suited to her?CorrectIncorrect
Q.3 All of the following statements regarding surveillance methods for small fro gestational age fetuses are true except:CorrectIncorrect
Q.4 Which of the following statements about intrauterine fetal deaths is false?CorrectIncorrect
Q.5 Ms XY is a primigravida who is 34 weeks pregnant. Her last two serial scans have shown an SGA fetus growing on the 9th centile. Her last scan shows positive EDF with a normal PI. She reports having good fetal movements. How should further fetal surveillance be undertaken?CorrectIncorrect
Q.6 Of the following, the most consistent finding in uterine rupture is:CorrectIncorrect
Q.7 A gravida 2 Para 1, booked for low-risk midwifery care presents at 38 weeks with diminished fetal movements for 48 hours. The fetal heart rate was undetectable and sadly, intrauterine fetal death was confirmed with an ultrasound scan. The mother would prefer to go home and return 24 hours later for induction after arranging childcare for her other child. Her blood group is B RhD negative. What would you advise?CorrectIncorrect
Q.8 What is the risk of serious neonatal infection associated with prelabour rupture of membranes (PROM) at term?CorrectIncorrect
Q.9 What vitamin should women be advised to be taken throughout pregnancy and also while breastfeeding?CorrectIncorrect