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Name :

1. Rivati Hanifah
2. Rahayuning Nastiti
3. Putri Dwi Lailika
4. Ratna Juwita Sari
5. Dewi Solekhah

Class : 3A1

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1. On nonstress examination in the fetus, what is the normal fetal heart rate?
a. FHR < 15 bpm
b. FHR >15 bpm
c. FHR <14 bpm
d. FHR < 13 bpm
e. FHR <10 bpm
2. Below are hormones that play a role in the theory of labor initiation, except….
a. the hormone oxytocin
b. the hormone progesterone
c. hormone estrogen
d. hormone cortisol
e. endorphins
3. On a nonstress examination, the mother installed an external fetal and maternal
monitoring device for the mother's abdomen, at the time of placement should the
mother position be?
a. supine position
b. right tilt position
c. semi fowler and left tilt position
d. prone position
e. litotomi position
4. The aim is to test blood samples in pregnant women namely?
a. to measure blood pressure
b. to count the pulse of the mother
c. to calculate FHR
d. to to measure nutrient levels in the fetus
e. to find out pH, PO2, PCO2

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1. The process of opening servix is called…..
a. Dilation d. Station
b. Lightening e. Show
c. Effacement
2. This is not an important component that must be recorded when the contraction
occurs…..
a. Frequency d. Blood pressure
b. Duration e. Rest Period
c. Intensity
3. What happens to mothers who are experiencing a fourth stage? What
interventions should a nurse do at that time?
a. Assess FHR every 30 minutes
b. Record the progress of labor
c. Provide appropriate information about routine care during the
postpartum period
d. Monitor and record uterine activity at each contraction
e. Gently massage the fundus after removing the placenta
4. What is the normal value of FHR in infants .....
a. 120 – 130 bpm
b. 110 – 160 bpm
c. 90 – 110 bpm
d. 100 – 130 bpm
e. 75 – 125 bpm

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1. Late deceleration has several characteristic, one of characteristis of late


deceleration in this following statement is..
a. The onset and return are direct and rough
b. The peak of the deceleration arrives long before uterine contraction
c. The onset of deceleration usually starts under 30 seconds after the onset of
uterine contraction
d. The onset of deceleration usually starts 30 seconds or more after the onset of
uterine contraction
2. Which is the examination whom can detect of fetal presentation ?
a. Apgar score examination
b. Vaginal examination
c. Partograf examination
d. Labor examination
3. When the fetus presents as a breech, three general configurations are frank,
complete, and footling presentations. Choose the true statement about the frank
breech perentations..
a. The lower extremities are flexed at the hips and extended at the knees, and
thus the feet lie in close proximity to the head
b. One or both knees are flexed
c. One or bothhips are not flexed
d. an incomplete breech with one or both feet below the breech.
4. One or both hips are not flexed, and one or both feet or knees lie below the
breech, such that a foot or knee is lowermost in the birth canal.. These are
characteristic of..
a. frank breech presentation
b. face presentations
c. Incomplete breech presentation
d. vertex presentation

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1. Theories regarding initiation of labor inckude the following, except....


a. oxytocin stimulation theory
b. progesterone withdrawal theory
c. estrogen circulation theory
d. fetal cortisol theory
2. The purpose of determine the prsence of fetal hypoxia by analyzing fetal...
a. pH
b. O2
c. PO2
d. PCO2
3. Characteristics of false labor is...
a. contractions are regular
b. contractions are irregular
c. contractions increase in frequency and duration
d. contractions not stay the same
4. There are physical assessment of nursing process during the first stage, the false
one is...
a. assess maternal vital signs
b. assess uterine contractions
c. the woman's birth plan
d. evaluate FHR pattern

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1. A newborn 5 minutes ago and when an initial assessment of APGAR values was
found with reddish skin color with blue extremities, a heart rate of more than
100, crying spontaneously strongly, extreme flexion. What is the value of the
baby's APGAR?
a. 5
b. 6
c. 7
d. 8
2. The umbilical cord extends, sudden blood bursts and the uterus changes shape is
...
a. Inpartu III
b. Signs of the baby are born
c. Umbilical cord release signs
d. Signs of placental release
3. Mrs. M, 25 years old, PI A0 has just given birth to her baby spontaneously, the
condition of her baby is crying strongly, redness of the skin and muscle tone is
good. While the placenta is not yet born, the height of the uterine fundus is still
at the center level, there are already signs of placental release. Ny.M is currently
in a condition ...........
a. Inpartu active phase
b. Post partum
c. Inpartu II
d. Inpartu when III
4. The actions taken by the midwife based on the case of Mrs. M are .........
a. Oxytocin injection
b. Control of the umbilical cord is controlled
c. Giving birth to the placenta
d. Ensure a single fetus