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MOGS is happy to announce a monthly quiz for all its members by the quiz master- Dr Punit Bhojani.
The Quiz will be made live on the website on 15th of every month & will be open for 5 days.
Please mail your answers with your contact details to email@example.com within 5 days of the quiz going live.
The subject of the email should be " MOGS QUIZ NUMBER ___ "
|QUIZ NUMBER 28|
A 30-year-old primigravida at 39 weeks has been completely dilated and has been pushing for 3 h. She had taken epidural analgesia. She is exhausted and has a temperature of 37.8°C. The fetal heart rate is 170/min with decreased variability. The patient’s membranes have been ruptured for over 24 h. The patient’s cervix is completely dilated and effaced, and the fetal head is visible at the introitus between pushes. The fetal bones are at the +3 station. What is the most appropriate next step in the management of this patient?
|a. Deliver the patient by cesarean section|
|b. Encourage the patient to continue to push after a short rest|
|c. Attempt operative delivery with forceps|
|d. Apply fundal pressure|
|Last Date for Submitting Answer is 18th November 2017|
Dr. Punit Bhojani
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