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Stages of Labor

by Veronica Gillispie, MD, FACOG
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    The lecture Stages of Labor by Veronica Gillispie, MD, FACOG is from the course Intrapartum Care. It contains the following chapters:

    • Stages of Normal Labor
    • Stage 2 – Normal Labor
    • Stage 3 – Normal Labor

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    1. Onset of contractions until cervix is 10cm dilated
    2. Onset of contractions until cervix is 4 cm dilated
    3. Starts from when the cervix is 4cm dilated until it is completely dilated at 10cm
    4. Onset of contractions until delivery of the fetus
    5. Onset of contractions until delivery of the placenta
    1. ...cervical color.
    2. ...cervical dilation.
    3. ...cervical effactment.
    4. ...cervical position (anterior, midline, or posterior).
    5. ...fetal station in the pelvis.
    1. ...cervical dilation.
    2. ...cervical effacement.
    3. ...cervical station.
    4. ....cervical texture.
    5. ...cervical position.
    1. ...cervical effacement.
    2. ...cervical thickness.
    3. ...cervical dilation.
    4. ...cervical station.
    5. ....cervical position.
    1. The maternal ischial spines
    2. The maternal pubic symphysis
    3. The maternal vaginal introitus
    4. The maternal external cervical os
    5. The maternal internal cervical os
    1. When the cervical dilation is 4cm
    2. When contractions occur at regular intervals every 5 to 10 minutes
    3. When the membranes are ruptured
    4. When contractions occur at regular intervals every 2 to 5 minutes
    5. When the cervical dilation is 2cm
    1. Up to 11 hours
    2. Up to 8 hours
    3. Up to 3 hrs
    4. Up to 24 hrs
    5. Up to 14 hours
    1. From when the cervical dilation is 10cm until the infant is delivered
    2. From when the cervical dilation is 4cm until completion of dilation
    3. From when the infant is delivered until the delivery of the placenta
    4. From when the cervix is 100% effaced until the infant is delivered
    5. From when the station is at 0cm until the infant is delivered
    1. Up to 30 minutes
    2. Up to 30 seconds
    3. Up to 1 hour
    4. Up to 20 minutes
    5. Up to 24 hours
    1. Engagement, flexion, internal rotation, extension, external rotation, expulsion
    2. Engagement, flexion, external rotation, extension, internal rotation, expulsion
    3. Engagement, extension, internal rotation, flexion, external rotation, expulsion
    4. Engagement, extension, external rotation, flexion, internal rotation, expulsion
    5. Engagement, internal rotation, flexion, extension, external rotation, expulsion
    1. About 1.5cm dialation every 1 hr
    2. About 1.2 cm dilation every 1 hr
    3. About 1.5 cm dilation every 4 hrs
    4. About 1.2 cm dilation every 2 hrs
    5. About 1.5 cm dilation every 2 hrs
    1. Yes, all stages were complete within the normal range of time.
    2. No, stage 2 of labor was 3 hours and should only be 2 hours long for all primiparous women.
    3. No, the active phase of stage 1 was 6 hours and should only be up to 5 hours in a primiparous woman.
    4. No, stage 3 of labor was prolonged
    5. No, the active phase of labor should progress at a rate of 1.5cm cervical dilation per hour for a primiparous woman.

    Author of lecture Stages of Labor

     Veronica Gillispie, MD, FACOG

    Veronica Gillispie, MD, FACOG


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