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1.PG 32 weeks with BP of 160/100 alb 3+ pedal edema. What immediate treatment should be given?CorrectIncorrect
2.A 24-year-old primigravida at 37 weeks’ gestation was noted to have a 6-1b weight gain and an increase in blood pressure from 100/60 to 130/80 mm Hg in the past week. She also has 1+ proteinuria. The examination was repeated 6 hours later and the same results were obtained. Which of the following is the best diagnosis?CorrectIncorrect
3.Which one of the following antihypertensives has been shown to reduce the effect of estrogen and progestogen?CorrectIncorrect
- In eclampsia, which of the following is one of several unfavorable prognostic signs?
- A 24 years old primigravida presented with H/o tonic clonic fits at 36 weeks of gestation. After she awakes from her seizure and the postictal state, she complains of blurry vision. What is the most likely finding upon fundoscopic examination?
- In a women with severe preeclampsia, when compared with pregnant women without preeclampsia, will have a decrease in which of the following?
- Which of the following would be the most common warning sign/symptom of her eclamptic seizure?
- With respect to the care of women with pre-eclampsia, which women require level 3 critical care?
- Sensitivity of ultrasound for the detection of placental abruption is?
- Twenty-four weeks pregnant with headache black spot on visual field, epigastric pain BP 160/100, irritability. Drug of choice?
- Patient at 34 weeks with 160/120 headache epigastric pain brisk reflexes proteinuria +4 first step in management?
- Which of the following pregnancy complications is reduced when antihypertensive therapy is started during pregnancy?
- A G2P1 at 8 weeks’ gestation. Her blood pressure is 146/92. You order an echocardiogram, assess baseline renal function, and send her to an ophthalmologist for evaluation. Her eye examination is normal, and her serum creatinine level is 0.71 mg/dL. Her echocardiogram reveals moderate left ventricular hypertrophy. What is the most appropriate next step in her management?
- A 30 years old G3P2 presents for prenatal care. Her prior pregnancies have both been complicated by mild gestational hypertension near term. She is currently 12 weeks pregnant, and her blood pressure is 136/88 mm Hg. Which of the following is the most appropriate next step in her management?
- Which of the following comorbidities is most frequently seen in pregnant women with chronic hypertension?
- A 25 years old primigravida has a blood pressure reading of 142/92 mm Hg. After checking it at home several more times, she calls to report persistent readings of 140–150/90–100 mm Hg. What medication is appropriate as initial therapy for most non-pregnant patients?