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Cr/user/Blink99/ ANTEPARTUM 29 Uterine blood flow is one critical determinant of the proper functioning of the placenta and thus the health of the fetus. Uterine blood flow is not autoregulated and as a result the flow is proportional to uterine perfusion pressure (arterial pressure minus uterine venous pressure). Flow is also inversely related to uterine vascular resistance. Uteroplacental blood flow increases progressively during pregnancy and ranges from 500–800 mL/min at term. , Pgs. 97, 123.
Accompanied by ovulation c. 48 hours after the ovulation d. cr/user/Blink99/ ANTEPARTUM 21 Explanation: In the ovary, a single oocyte is formed from the two meiotic divisions of the oogonium, with excess genetic material contained in two polar bodies, each extruded as a result of the one meiotic division. The first polar body contains 23 chromosomes, each with two strands of DNA, while the second polar body contains 23 chromosomes, each with one strand of DNA. Meiosis begins in the ovary between the third month of gestation and shortly after birth.
Answer: d (Decrease in systolic pressure) Explanation: To meet the increased metabolic demands of the mother and fetus there are certain changes in the cardiovascular system during pregnancy. Blood volume increases from 6 to 8 weeks’ gestation and reaches a maximum at approximately 30 weeks. There will be no evidence of circulatory overload in the healthy pregnant woman and most of the added volume of blood is accounted for by an increased capacity of the uterine, breast, renal, striated muscle, and cutaneous vascular systems.