OB-17

  1. Mild preeclampsia triad?
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  2. Comparison of gestational HTN and mild preeclampsia?
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  3. In which case preeclampsia can be developed before 20 wks?
    Molar pregnancy
  4. RF for preeclampsia?
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  5. Most significant risk factor for preeclampsia is?
    Nullipara
  6. Pathophysiology of preeclampsia?
    • Diffuse vasospasm
    • Capillary injury
  7. Symptoms and examination findings of mild PE?
    Non
  8. Lab findings in mild PE?
    • + or ++ Pr-uria (>=300 mg /24 h)
    • Hemoconcentration: (↑ Hb: 13-14,↑ BUN & Cr )
  9. Mx of mild PE?
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  10. Mechanism of PE?
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    • Thromboxane: vasoconstrictor
    • Prostacyclin: Vasodilator
  11. Upper limit of BP in mild preeclampsia?
    160/110
  12. Criteria for severe preeclampsia?
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  13. Most common cause of headache?
    Muscle contraction headache.
  14. Lab findings and signs of PE?
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  15. RF for severe PE?
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  16. BP level goal for Tx of severe PE?
    90-100 DBP
  17. Aggressive Mx of severe PE?
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  18. Indications for conservative Mx of severe PE?
    No severe end organ effects
  19. Conservative Mx of severe PE?
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Author
Anonymous
ID
222118
Card Set
OB-17
Description
Mild & Severe PE
Updated