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Normal Labor and Delivery Physiological Adaptations Chapter 17

Normal Labor and Delivery Physiological Adaptations Chapter 17

Normal Labor and Delivery Physiological Adaptations Chapter 17. Presented by Ann Hearn. LABOR. The process by which the products of conception are expelled from the body. UTERINE CONTRACTIONS.

By mercedes
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Hypertensive Disorders in Pregnancy

Hypertensive Disorders in Pregnancy

Hypertensive Disorders in Pregnancy. Azza Alyamani Prof. of Obstetrics & Gynecology. Classification Women who are pregnant and hypertensive must be divided into : * chronic hypertension . * pregnancy induced hypertension (PIH) or gestational hypertension.

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Placental lactogen

Placental lactogen

Placental lactogen. Some species Type of placentation Ruminants Humans Rodents Produced by fused cells Syncytiotropoblast Binucleated/trinucleated cells. Proteins related to pituitary GH and prolactin Close to GH in humans Close to prolactin in rodents 50-50 in cows. Function

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Placental Shelf

Placental Shelf

Placental Shelf. Placental Shelf. Valt in het spectrum van de circumvallata (= surrounded by a wall).  Benigne Vaak gezien in het vroege 2 e trimester Verdwijnen vaak aan het einde van het 2 e trimester of in het derde trimester

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PLACENTAL FUNCTION

PLACENTAL FUNCTION

PLACENTAL FUNCTION . Transfer of nutrients and waste products b\n the mother & fetus. RESPIRATORY EXCRETORY NUTRITIVE Produces or metabolizes the hormones & enzymes necessary to maintain the pregnancy. PLACENTAL FUNCTION .

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Placental Abruption

Placental Abruption

Placental Abruption. Pathophysiology. Small vessel rapture Bleeding lifts placenta because uterus is unable to contract and control bleeding. Further Haemorrhage dissects off chorio decidual space Due to uterine contractions blood flows through membranes and uterine walls separating them.

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Placental US

Placental US

Placental US. Andrea Jelks, MD 12/8/06. Case of the Day. 18 yo G2 P0101 at 18 weeks by 1 st trimester sono presented for an anatomy ultrasound Size = dates Fetus anatomically normal male Posterior placenta…. Outline. Various placental ultrasound findings Changes with gestational age

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PLACENTAL ABRUPTION

PLACENTAL ABRUPTION

PLACENTAL ABRUPTION. ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR IOLANDA BLIDARU MD, PhD. Definition and nomenclature. The separation of the placenta from its site of implantation before the delivery of the fetus premature separation of the normally implanted placenta; placental abruption; abruptio placentae;

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Perfusion

Perfusion

22. Perfusion. About Perfusion. Normal Presentation. Heart Pericardium Layers of the heart wall Epicardium Myocardium Endocardium. Figure 22-3 The internal anatomy of the heart, frontal section. Chambers and Valves of the Heart. 4 hollow chambers Right atrium Left atruim

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Placental Disorders

Placental Disorders

Placental Disorders. Kristine Glory Mendillo-Estanislao , RN Kristine Glory DR. Mendillo , RN. How to make a healthy baby? . What is placenta previa ?.

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Placental Abruption

Placental Abruption

Placental Abruption. Liu Wei Department of Ob & Gy Ren Ji hospital. General Consideration. Definition The separation of the placenta from its site of implantation after 20 weeks of gestation or during the course of delivery. Frequency 0.51%-2.33% (our country)

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Perfusion

Perfusion

Perfusion. Guest Lecture: Associate Professor WCU Amy Putnam, RN, MSN. Perfusion. Exemplar is circulation assessment Objectives for this lecture are to follow…. Perfusion. Describe factors affecting perfusion. Relate the physiological process involved in circulation and perfusion.

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