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When it comes to using color Doppler in the evaluation of amniotic fluid, which of the following are correct?
All of the following steps can help you diagnose the type of transverse lie except:
What are ways that can help you to differentiate between identical twins with one placenta and two sacs (monochorionic/diamniotic) and fraternal twins that have two placentas/two sacs (dichorionic/diamniotic) on bedside sono?
The basic 2nd and 3rd trimester POCUS exam includes all the following except:
Acceptable methods of amniotic fluid measurement include all of the following except:
You are seeing a patient on L&D with concerns for decreased fetal movement. The fetal heart strip looks reactive, and you are assessing her amniotic fluid volume. You have found a 4 cm x 0.5 cm pocket, a 2.3 cm x 1.5 cm pocket, and a 1.5 x 1.1 cm pocket. At this point:
What is the best tool to quickly determine presence of a placenta previa?
An example of longitudinal lie is:
A coworker on L&D calls you over because she cannot find the fetal heart beat with the external monitor. You place the ultrasound probe on the patient and find the fetal heart beating approximately one time per second. At this point you should:
You are having trouble finding the fetal heart. What are some techniques you can use?
You are evaluating a patient with a BMI of 50 and are having difficulty confirming the number of fetuses. Techniques that may help with this are:
As evidenced by the article by Dr. Sachita Shah, a typical 2nd & 3rd trimester POCUS exam can be accurately completed in:
What “hand’s on” maneuver can be helpful to get an overview before starting your bedside OB sono?
You are evaluating a term patient without prenatal care who presents with vaginal bleeding and mild contractions. You are trying to rule out placenta previa. Techniques that can help you include all of the following except:
With the probe in transverse orientation low near the maternal symphysis pubis, seeing two eyes at the top of the echogenic skull looking up toward the probe helps to diagnose which position?