OB-17

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Anonymous
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OB-17
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2013-06-03 01:14:17
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Mild Severe PE
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Mild & Severe PE
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  1. Mild preeclampsia triad?
  2. Comparison of gestational HTN and mild preeclampsia?
  3. In which case preeclampsia can be developed before 20 wks?
    Molar pregnancy
  4. RF for preeclampsia?
  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?
  10. Mechanism of PE?


    • Thromboxane: vasoconstrictor
    • Prostacyclin: Vasodilator
  11. Upper limit of BP in mild preeclampsia?
    160/110
  12. Criteria for severe preeclampsia?
  13. Most common cause of headache?
    Muscle contraction headache.
  14. Lab findings and signs of PE?
  15. RF for severe PE?
  16. BP level goal for Tx of severe PE?
    90-100 DBP
  17. Aggressive Mx of severe PE?
  18. Indications for conservative Mx of severe PE?
    No severe end organ effects
  19. Conservative Mx of severe PE?

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