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High Yield Pathology Question 31 year old female comes to you. She is G2P2 named Gisells Cindy Krawfort at 29 weeks gestation. She is pregnant and her husband had to drive her to the ER. When you see her, she is bleeding from the vagina. She states that this morning she passed blood from her vagina. Her PE and ROS is unremarkable. The baby has been moving normally and she has had no contractions or gush of fluid from the vagina. Her obstetrical history is significant for 2 cesarean deliveries for non-reassuring fetal heart rate tracings. An ultrasound is performed that demonstrates a complete placenta previa and a normal sized baby. She is sitting comfortably. What OTHER complication is her at risk for other than excessive bleeding? 1-Should dystocia 2-Placenta abruption 3-Placenta Accreta 4-Maternal Diabetes 5-Fetal hypoxia 6-Fetal demise 7-Spontaneous Uterine Rupture 8-Full blown eclampsia 9-No additional risks, so recommend a vaginal delivery

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31 year old female comes to you. She is G2P2 named Gisells Cindy Krawfort at 29 weeks gestation. She is pregnant and her husband had to drive her to the ER. When you see her, she is bleeding from the vagina. She states that this morning she passed blood from her vagina. Her PE and ROS is unremarkable. The baby has been moving normally and she has had no contractions or gush of fluid from the vagina. Her obstetrical history is significant for 2 cesarean deliveries for non-reassuring fetal heart rate tracings. An ultrasound is performed that demonstrates a complete placenta previa and a normal sized baby. She is sitting comfortably. What OTHER complication is her at risk for other than excessive bleeding?
1-Should dystocia
2-Placenta abruption
3-Placenta Accreta
4-Maternal Diabetes
5-Fetal hypoxia
6-Fetal demise
7-Spontaneous Uterine Rupture
8-Full blown eclampsia
9-No additional risks, so recommend a vaginal delivery

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