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POST TEST

ON
PASSENGER OF LABOR
February 17, 2014

1.Passenger in the labor process

is the
A.Mother
B.Fetus
C.Contraction
D.Position

2. describes the degree of flexion or


extension a fetus assumes during
labor or the relation of the fetal
parts to each other
A.fetal presentation
B.fetal station
C.fetal lie
D.fetal attitude

3. which of the following describes fetal


position?
A.describes the degree of flexion or

extension a fetus assumes during labor or


the relation of the fetal parts to each other
B.The lowermost part present in the pelvic
inlet
C.relationship of the presenting part the
ischial spines of the maternal pelvis
D.refers to the relationship of the
denominator or landmark of the presenting
part to the specific quadrants of the
womans pelvis.

4. which of the following describes fetal


presentation?
A.describes the degree of flexion or

extension a fetus assumes during labor or


the relation of the fetal parts to each other
B.The lowermost part present in the pelvic
inlet
C.relationship of the presenting part the
ischial spines of the maternal pelvis
D.refers to the relationship of the
denominator or landmark of the presenting
part to the specific quadrants of the
womans pelvis.

5. which of the following describes fetal


station?
A.describes the degree of flexion or

extension a fetus assumes during labor


or the relation of the fetal parts to each
other
B.The lowermost part present in the pelvic
inlet
C.relationship of the presenting part the
ischial spines of the maternal pelvis
D.refers to the relationship of the
denominator or landmark of the

6. which of the following describes fetal lie?


A.describes the degree of flexion or

extension a fetus assumes during labor


or the relation of the fetal parts to each
other
B.The lowermost part present in the
pelvic inlet
C.the relationship between the long axis
of the mother s uterus to the long axis
of the fetal body
D.refers to the relationship of the
denominator or landmark of the

7. which of the following describes fetal


attitude?
A.describes the degree of flexion or

extension a fetus assumes during labor or


the relation of the fetal parts to each other
B.The lowermost part present in the pelvic
inlet
C.relationship of the presenting part the
ischial spines of the maternal pelvis
D.refers to the relationship of the
denominator or landmark of the presenting
part to the specific quadrants of the
womans pelvis.

8. All but one are types of fetal


presentation
A.Cephalic
B.Breech
C.Shoulders
D.Transverse lie

9. Which of the following is not an


example of cephalic presentation?
A.Vertex
B.Breech
C.Sinciput
D.Brow

10.Considered as the most common

cephalic presentation where the head is


fully flexed on the chest making the
parietal bones or the space between
the fontanelles, the vertex the
presenting part
A.Occiput
B.Sinciput
C.Brow
D.mentum

11. Means that either the buttocks or

feet are the first body parts to


contact the cervix.
A.Vertex
B.Breech
C.Sinciput
D.Brow

12. Fetus feet and legs are tightly


flexed on thighs where both the
buttocks & feet present to the
cervix.
A.Complete breech
B.Incomplete breech
C.Frank breech
D.footling

13. Thighs flexed against the


abdomen and Legs extends up to
the shoulder as they lie on the
anterior chest . the buttocks alone
present to the cervix.
A.Complete breech
B.Incomplete breech
C.Frank breech
D.footling

14. which of the following describes


fetal station 0?
A.Unengaged presenting part
B.Presenting part at the level of the

ischial spine
C.If the presenting part is above the
level of the ischial spine
D.If the presenting part is below the
ischial spines(outlet)

15. What does Minus or negative(-)


station means?
A.Unengaged presenting part
B.Presenting part at the level of

the ischial spine


C.If the presenting part is above
the level of the ischial spine
D.If the presenting part is below
the ischial spines(outlet)