461 A ABCs (airway, breathing, circulation), 411 Abnormal blood clotting, 66 Abnormal labor progress and difficult delivery, 345–402 anesthesia and, 373 causes, 359–360 clinical clues, 357 congenital malformation and, 372 curve, 358f fetal heart rate abnormalities, 387–388 fetal presentation or position and, 367–372 fetopelvic disproportion and, 373 handling emergent or potentially emergent conditions, 387–393 ineffective pushing and, 373 investigating, 360–364 labor diagnosis, 351 labor progress curve, 357–358 maternal analgesia or anesthesia, 388–389 maternal risks, 383 meconium-stained amniotic fluid, 387 normal progress of labor vs, 351–353 obstetric hemorrhage (See Obstetric hemorrhage) operative vaginal deliveries, 377–382 posttest, 402 pretest, 348–350 prolapsed umbilical cord and, 254, 389–390 prolonged labor, 354, 383–384, 386 rapid labor, 354, 384–385, 386 recommended routines, 397 responses to, 374–375 risks of, 354–355 self-test, 356, 365–366, 376, 395–396, 398–402 shoulder dystocia, 390–393 third stage of labor, 394–395 treatment, 366–375 uterine dysfunction and, 366–367 what constitutes, 354 when to suspect, 357–358 ABO status, 412 Action stage, 214 Acute pyelonephritis, 137–138 AIM Hypertension bundle, 19–22 AIM Obstetric hemorrhage bundle, 43f Alcohol use, 222–223 Alloimmunization, 62, 186–187 Amantadine, 91 Aminoglycosides, 91 Amniocentesis, 192 for prelabor rupture of mem- branes (PROM), 256 Amnioinfusion, 260, 261, 262, 264, 266 Amniotic fluid abnormal amount, 194–198 embolism, 59 meconium-stained, 387 Amniotic fluid index (AFI) method, 194 Amniotomy, 327–328 Amphetamines, 220–221 Analgesia, 388–389 Anemia, severe, 162 Anesthesia and abnormal labor prog- ress, 373, 388–389, 395 Antenatal steroids, 260, 263, 265, 267 preterm labor and delivery and, 302–306 Antibiotics for prelabor rupture of membranes (PROM), 259–260 Antihypertensive management, 12, 13t, 24b Antimicrobial medications, 90–91 Antiphospholipid antibody syn- drome (APS), 166–168 Antiretroviral therapy, HIV, 100–103 Anxiety, 217–218 Apgar scores, 413 APS. See Antiphospholipid antibody syndrome (APS) Arrested labor, 354 Arterial vasospasm, 70 Asthma, 173 Augmentation. See Labor augmentation B Bacterial vaginosis, 137 Barnum maneuver, 392 Bishop score, 321–322 amniotomy for high, 327–328 calculation of, 322t cervical ripening for low, 322–326 midrange, 327 Bleeding excessive, 394 little or no, 394 placenta delivery and, 414–415 Blood gas analysis, 413 Blood loss. See Obstetric hemorrhage Blood samples, umbilical cord, 412–414 Bloody show, 46, 48 Boggy uterus, 68 Bracht maneuver, 410f Breastfeeding Handbook for Physicians, 216 Breech presentation, 370, 409–410 C Carboprost tromethamine (Hemabate), 70 Cardiovascular disease, 154–157 Cell-free DNA screening, 191 Cephalic replacement, 392–393 Cerclage, 295 Cervical bleeding, 51 Cervical dilation, 351 ineffective pushing and, 373 Cervical insufficiency, 295 Cervical length screening, 293 Cervical ripening, 322–327 Cesarean delivery disseminated intravascular coagu- lation (DIC) and, 61 fetal presentation and, 370–371 gestational diabetes (GDM) and, 242 HIV and, 100 late term and post-term, 201 prelabor rupture of membranes (PROM) and, 259, 260 risks associated with previous, 184–185 risks of, 383 Chickenpox, 113, 133–134 Page numbers followed by f indicate a figure. Page numbers followed by t indicate a table. Page numbers followed by b indicate a box. Index 15-Index_BKII_PCEP_461-468.indd 461 6/2/21 1:01 PM BOOK 2: INDEX
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