A) At the level of xiphisternum B) At the level of umbilicus C) Below the level of umbilicus D) Just above the symphysis pubis Answer (Select an option above to get the answer):
(Single Best Answer) Question 74: A 20 year old primigravida is admitted with full term pregnancy and labour pains. At 4 A.M. she goes into phase of labour with 4 cm cervical dilatation. Membranes rupture during p/v examination showing clear liquor. A repeat p/v after 4 hours of good uterine contractions reveals a cervical dilatati on of 5 cm. What should be the next step in management ?
A) Reassess after 4 hours B) Immediate caesarean section C) Oxytocin drip D) Reassess for occipitoposterior position and cephalopelvic disproportion Answer (Select an option above to get the answer):
(Single Best Answer) Question 75: A 32 years old woman with two live children was brought to emergency with history of missed period for 15 days, spotting since 7 days and pain abdomen since 6 hours. Her pulse was 120 per minute, pallor + +, systolic B.P. 80 mm Hg. There was fullness and tenderness on per abdomen examination. Copper T thread was seen through external os on per speculum examination. On p/ v examination, cervical movements were tender, uterus was anteverted, bulky and soft. There was fullness in pouch of Douglas. Most likely, she is suffering from ?
A) Pelvic inflammatory disease B) Missed abortion with infection C) Ruptured ectopic pregnancy D) Threatened abortion Answer (Select an option above to get the answer):
A) Multiparity B) Repeated internal examinations specially in the case of premature rupture of membrane C) Cases of manual removal of placenta D) Placenta previa Answer (Select an option above to get the answer):