9.5 Exercises for Lesson 9

1. List the four types of education for prenatal patients who are preparing for parenthood.

2. The clothing and supplies needed to care for the infant following birth is known as: _____.

3. Good nutrition during pregnancy is essential for the well-being of the mother and the developing fetus, and for the development of _____,  _____,  _____,  _____, and _____.

4. List the nutritional risk factors that requires observation at the onset of pregnancy.

5. Nutritional risk factors that are identified during pregnancy includes anemia of pregnancy, pregnancy-induced hypertension,

_____ and _____.

6. Craving is an intense desire for and ingestion of nonnutritive substances.

a. True.
b. False.

7. An obese pregnant patient requires close observation and additional education.

a. True.
b. False.

8. The recommended daily intake of liver is once a week.

a. True.
b. False.

9. The period during pregnancy is a good time for the patient to diet.

a. True.
b. False.

10. Counseling entails an interchange of opinions and giving advice.

a. True.
b. False.

11. A minimum of 1500 calories a day is good for fetal development during pregnancy.

a. True.
b. False.

12. Pica is having a strong desire for a certain type of food, usually carbohydrates.

a. True.
b. False.

13. Neurologic symptoms and addiction are known effects of teratogenic drugs.

a. True.
b. False.

14. List the signs of approaching labor.

15. List three methods that are used for relaxation and psychological control of pain?

16. ____ is an agent or factor that causes the production of physical defects in the developing fetus.

17. Foods, which are rich in ____, _____, and ______ should be eaten on a daily basis.

Answers to Exercises for Lesson 9

1. individual teaching and counseling.
information groups.
discussion or counseling groups.
prepared childbirth groups
2. layette
3. effective uterine musculature.
breast tissue.
adequate functioning placenta.
infant's weight, length, bones, and brain.
infant after birth
4. an adolescent.
frequent pregnancies.
poor reproductive history.
economic deprivation.
bizarre food patterns.
vegetarian diets.
smoking, drug addiction, alcoholism.
chronic systemic disease.
pre-pregnant weight.
5. inadequate weight gain.
excessive weight gain.
6. b
7. a
8. a
9. b
10. a
11. a
12. b
13. a
14. lightening.
false labor (Braxton-Hicks Contractions).
"Burst of energy".
rupture of membranes.
frequent urination
15. Lamaze method.
Bradley method.
16. teratogen
17. protein.
essential nutrients

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