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September 2017

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August 2017

Dermoplast and Epifoam Use after Vaginal Delivery Shannon M. Wentworth, Medical student Lauren Demonsthenes, MD Faculty Mentor 8/16/17 Scenario A A 32 year old G1P0 presents at 39 weeks 2 days to labor and delivery with painful contractions. Cervical examination on arrival is 5 cm dilated, 80% effaced, and 1+ station. Seven hours after admission, she delivers a healthy female infant with APGARS of 8 and 9.  Her delivery was complicated only by a second degree perineal laceration that was repaired in standard fashion. The physicians chooses the “Standard postpartum” orderset ...


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Usefulness of urine protein dipstick testing as part of routine prenatal care.  Alicia Firestone, MS3 & Bailey Wooten, MS3 Mentor: Lauren D. Demosthenes, MD 3/10/17 Clinical Scenario A: A healthy 30 y/o G2P1001 at 22 weeks presents for her monthly prenatal visit. Her pregnancy has been uncomplicated.  She is escorted to the restroom and given a urine specimen cup. Unable to void, she asks the purpose of collecting a urine sample. The nurse explains that pregnant women may have protein in their urine during pregnancy, and this along with hypertension is known as preeclampsia. In...


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