[Answer] While a client is being interviewed on her first prenatal visit she states that she has a 4-year-old son who was born at 41 weeks’ gestation and a 3-year-old daughter who was born at 35 weeks’ gestation and lost one pregnancy at 9 weeks and another at 18 weeks. Using the GTPAL system how would you record this information? Correct1G5 T1 P1 A2 L2Incorrect2G4 T1 P1 A2 L23G4 T2 P0 A0 L24G5 T2 P1 A1 L2The client is gravida (G) 5: the current pregnancy the 41-week pregnancy the 35-week pregnancy the 9-week pregnancy and the 18-week pregnancy. She has had one term (T) pregnancy (one that lasts 40 weeks plus or minus 2 weeks): the 41-week pregnancy. The 35-week pregnancy is considered preterm (P). Pregnancies that end before 20 weeks are considered abortions so the losses at 9 and 18 weeks would be scored as A2. The other options do not consider the present pregnancy or the correct definitions of term and preterm or do not include the abortions. Chapter Fourteen

Answer: A 23-year-old primigravida is at her first prenatal appointment today. Ultrasound indicates that she is at 9 weeks’ gestation. She asks when she can first expect to feel her baby move. The best response by the nurse is:1″You should be able to feel the baby move any day now.”2″You should feel your first light movement of the baby around 24 weeks.”3″Most women can first detect movement of their babies by 12 to 14 weeks.”4″Many women are able to first feel light movement between 18 and 20 weeks.” Biology SL- Topic 6 Quest pt. 2
While a client is being interviewed on her first prenatal visit she states that she has a 4-year-old son who was born at 41 weeks’ gestation and a 3-year-old daughter who was born at 35 weeks’ gestation and lost one pregnancy at 9 weeks and another at 18 weeks. Using the GTPAL system how would you record this information? Correct1G5 T1 P1 A2 L2Incorrect2G4 T1 P1 A2 L23G4 T2 P0 A0 L24G5 T2 P1 A1 L2The client is gravida (G) 5: the current pregnancy the 41-week pregnancy the 35-week pr…

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