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Section III: Topics in Obstetrics
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What are additional indications to give 300 mg anti-D immune globulin to any Rh(D_) woman whose fetus is or may be Rh(D+)
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Whenever there is increased risk of fetomaternal hemorrhage such as spontaneous abortion, ectopic pregnancy, invasive procedures such as amniocentesis, chorionic villus sampling and cord blood sampling, antepartum hemorrhage, external cephalic version It is a test to quantify the amount of fetal RBCs in the maternal circulation in circumstance where excessive fetomaternal hemorrhage has occurred and Rh sensitization is positive for persistent antibody after initial administration of RhIgG Additional doses of RhIgG is given according to the amount of excess hemorrhage It is recommended to administer 300 g of anti-D immune globulin within 72 hours of delivery of an Rh (D+) infant It is still recommended to give it as soon as possible Partial protection is afforded with administration within 13 days of the birth, and there may be an effect as late as 28 days after delivery It depends on whether the patient has a history of an affected fetus in a previous pregnancy No history of a previous pregnancy affected by Rh isoimmunization: 1 Antibody screen and titers at 0, 20 weeks EGA, and then every 4 weeks 2 Determine the paternal Rh(D) type and if Rh(D+), determine zygosity 3 Amniocentesis should be performed if titers reach critical levels (1:32) 4 Doppler ultrasound of the MCA should be performed every 2 weeks beginning at 24 weeks High peak velocity blood flows correlates with severe fetal anemia
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What is the role of postpartum administration of anti-G immune globulin What should one do if anti-D immune globulin is inadvertently omitted after delivery
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9: Complications of Pregnancy
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History of a previous pregnancy affected by Rh isoimmunization: 1 Maternal titers are not helpful in following the degree of fetal anemia after the first affected gestation 2 Determine the paternal Rh(D) type and if Rh(D+), determine zygosity 3 In cases of a heterozygous paternal phenotype, perform amniocentesis at 15 weeks of gestation to determine the fetal Rh(D) status 4 If the father is a homozygote or the fetus is Rh(D+), begin MCA doppler velocity assessment at 18 weeks of gestation Repeat at 1 2 week intervals How is the severity of disease predicted in fetuses in which isoimmunization has occurred Bilirubin present in amniotic fluid derives from fetal pulmonary and tracheal effluents and correlates with the degree of fetal hemolysis Amniotic fluid is analyzed by spectrophotometer, which measure the light absorbance by bilrirubin Absorbance measurements are plotted on a Liley curve, which predicts the severity of disease
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Fetal Growth Abnormalities
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What are other common terms to describe fetuses with disproportionately small growth How is FGR commonly defined Small for gestational age (SGA); intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR); low birth weight (LBW); and fetal growth restriction (FGR) It is defined as estimated fetal weight (ESW) at or below the 10th percentile for gestational age This definition is controversial because it does not make a distinction among fetuses who are constitutionally
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small, growth restricted and small, and growth restricted but not small In addition, birth weight is also related to maternal height, parity, paternal height, and the fetus s sex FGR or LBW is associated with increased perinatal mortality At what percentile is this risk greatest Abnormal fetal growth may be classified as symmetrical or asymmetrical What is meant by these terms Weights below the third percentile for gestational age In symmetric FGR, all fetal organs including the brain are proportionally small because of abnormalities in early fetal cellular hyperplasia There is cellular hypoplasia or a reduction in the total number of cells This comprises 20 30% of all growth-restricted fetuses In asymmetrical FGR, there is a relatively greater decrease in abdominal size than head circumference This is thought to occur from redistribution of blood from non-vital organs (liver, abdominal viscera) to vital organs (heart, brain) There is redistribution away from the kidneys in asymmetrical growth restriction which may give lower AFIs and oligohydramnios This comprises 70 80% of growth-restricted fetuses What are the several causative factors for both symmetric and asymmetric FGR Symmetric: early insults such as chromosomal abnormalities, early teratogenic exposure, and early exposure to TORCH infections Asymmetric: maternal conditions such as hypertension, vasculopathies, diabetes with vascular disease, and placental abnormalities FGR may be caused by fetal, maternal, or placental factors What are several fetal etiologies that cause FGR What are some genetic diseases or syndromes that typically manifest with FGR Genetics, congenital anomalies, multi-fetal pregnancy Trisomy 21 (Down syndrome), Trisomy 18 (Edwards syndrome), Trisomy 13 (Patau syndrome), cri-duchat syndrome, Turner syndrome,
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