A mother, 39 weeks’ gestation, is admitted to the labor suite with rupture of membranes 15 minutes earlier and contractions q 8 minutes × 30 seconds. On vaginal exam, the cervix is 4 cm dilated and 80% effaced, and the station is –2. The baby is found to be in the LSP position. The fetal heart rate is 144 with average variability and variable decelerations. Which of the following complications of labor must the nurse assess this client for at this time?
1. Precipitous delivery.
3. Uteroplacental insufficiency.
4. Prolapsed cord.
A baby is exhibiting signs of neonatal abstinence syndrome. Which action would be appropriate for the nursery nurse to make?
1. Cover the baby with at least two blankets.
2. Stimulate the baby with rattles.
3. Play soft classical music in the nursery.
4. Attach a mobile to the crib.