Which of the following of Leopold's maneuvers should the nurse use to determine if the presenting part of the fetus is engaged?

Third maneuver


• The third maneuver determines the part of the fetus at the inlet and its mobility. If the presenting part moves upward so an examiner's hands can be pressed together, the presenting part is not engaged.
• The first maneuver determines the fetal part lying in the fundus and the fetal presentation.
• The second maneuver determines which direction the fetus's back is facing.
• The fourth maneuver determines the fetal attitude and degree of flexion of the fetal head.

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