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Prior Cesarean Delivery

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What is the least common neonatal morbidity seen with elective repeat cesarean delivery?

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a. Sepsis

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b. Respiratory distress syndrome

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c. Transient tachypnea of the newborn

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d. None of the above

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What is most the most common maternal complication seen with repeat cesarean delivery?

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a. Transfusion

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b. Hysterectomy

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c. Wound infection

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d. Deep-vein thrombosis

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Which of the following contributes to a rising rate of primary cesarean delivery?

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a. Maternal request

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b. Reduced use of oxytocin

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c. Increased rate of breech presentation

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d. All of the above

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A patient underwent a primary cesarean in her first pregnancy for a frank breech presentation at term. In general, what is the rate of successful vaginal delivery in a subsequent pregnancy in patients with this original indication?

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a. 30%

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b. 50%

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c. 75%

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d. 90%

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A patient underwent a primary cesarean in her first pregnancy for a frank breech presentation at term. The patient had this type of uterine incision at her first delivery. Which of the following statements is most accurate in planning the timing of her second pregnancy?

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a. The risk of uterine rupture is unrelated to the interdelivery interval.

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b. Lowest uterine rupture rates are seen in women who wait at least 24 months to become pregnant.

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c. Interdelivery periods < 18 months are associated with a tripling of the uterine rupture risk.

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d. None of the above

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A patient underwent a primary cesarean in her first pregnancy for a frank breech presentation at term. The patient had this type of uterine incision at ...

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