Fayola goes to the hospital, where her contractions are timed at being 30 to 40 seconds and com-
ing every 10 minutes. What further evaluation will be done to confirm if these are labor or Braxton Hicks contractions?
9. Fayola has not been drinking much for the past few days. How does dehydration relate to uterine contractions?
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10. At the hospital triage Fayola’s cervix was found to have no signs of preterm labor. She is given 500 ml of lactated Ringers N solution, the contractions stop, and after two hours of observation, they dis- charge her with advice to drink more water on a regular basis. How much should she be drinking and how often?
11. Identify two nursing diagnoses that apply to Fayola at this time.