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Anticpation Quizlet

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  • Q1
    Valerie was sent for a 1 hr glucose challenge test, or a GCT. The GCT measures plasma glucose. How is it done?
    The patient first fasts for 10-12 hours, then drinks 75g of glucose solution. The value is taken 2 hours afterwards.
    It is taken one hour after a 75g glucose solution has been drunk in not more than 5 minutes.
    The patient first fasts for 6-8 hours, then drinks 75g of glucose solution. The value is taken 1 hour afterwards.
    It is taken once the pregnant person has reached the second trimester of pregnancy.
    60s
  • Q2
    Which one of these about the GCT is not true?
    A GCT of less than 7.8mmol/L means the patient is normal.
    A GCT should be done between 24 and 28 weeks gestation for all pregnant people.
    A GCT screens for gestational diabetes mellitus so that appropriate follow-up management can be done
    A GCT measures plasma glucose by taking it one hour after a 75g glucose solution has been drunk in not more than 5 minutes.
    30s
  • Q3
    Regarding lab results, which of the following is false?
    A positive result for VLDR means you have syphilis.
    Normal hemoglobin levels in non-pregnant females is 120-158g/L
    A negative result for HBsAg means that you are not infected with Hepatitis B
    Normal hemoglobin levels in pregnant females is 116-139g/L in the first trimester, and decreases as pregnancy progresses.
    30s

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