06 Intro To Maternity & Pediatric Nursing (leifer) - Nursing Care Of Mother And Infant During Labor & Birth
Temporary, abrupt rate increases of at least 15 BPM above the baseline FHR that last less than 30 seconds.
Less than 6 BPM change in FHR from baseline for a 10 minute period. Typically caused by uteroplacental insufficiency, but can also be caused by maternal hypotension, cord compression and fetal hypoxia.
The normal bluish color of hands and feet of the newborn caused by sluggish peripheral circulation
The outcome of coping at a specific point in time
Technique in which IV fluid is infused into the amniotic cavity through an intrauterine pressure catheter.
Manual rupture of the amniotic membranes by the healthcare provider