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1

what is the definition of hypertension in preggo

sustained blood pressure higher than 140/90

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what is gestational HTN?

recognized after 20 weks gestation, without proteinuria, resolves 12 weeks post partum

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what do you do to asses the fetus of a mother with chronic hypertension?

must asses for well being- initial ultrsound to date accuratly, get growth ultrasounds monthly after 28 weeks gestation

4

what is mild HTN? and how do you manage?

less than 160/100
delivery at 39-40 weeks

5

what is the first line for anti HTN drugs in preggos?

methyldopa, can also use nifedipine, labetolol, hydralazine

6

what HTN medication is contrindicated in pregnancy?

ACE-inhibitors

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what is the management of severe chronic HTN?

close monitoring, urine collection every trimester with renal disease, antepartum growth ultrasounds, delivery at 38 weeks, or with fetal lung maturity

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what are teh major symptoms of pre eclampsia?

hypertension, proteinuria, (edema), headache

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what are some risk factors for pre eclampsia?

age ( under 20 or over 35), multiple gestation, hydatitiform mole,

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what are the findings in pre eclampsia?

cerebral edema, reduction in circulting blood volume, third spacing , non cardiogenic pulmonary edema ( changes in colloid osmotic pressure, can get liver rupture due to subscapular hematoma

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what is the diagnopsis for severe pre eclampsia?

systolic BP over 160, diastolic over 110, on 2 occassions , 6 hours apart, 5 grams of protein in urine /24 hours, or 3+ protein on 2 random urine dips

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does tylenol help the symptoms of pre eclampsia?

NO

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what are some findings on physical for pre eclampsia?

brisk refelexes, , clonus, increased hematocrit, LDH, AST/ALT, uric acid

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what are the measures to manage severe pre eclampsia?

immediate hospitalization, if greater than 34 weeks, deliver, give antihypertensives ( hydralizine, labetelol) if less than 34 weeks, give steroids to help lung development to get the baby out

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what is the prefered method of birthing?

vaginal delivery, can use pitocin ( cervical ripening) if needed, also give magnesium sulfate for siezure prophylaxis

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when would a woman NOT be able to get an epidural?

when they have thrombocytopenia

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what is eclampsia? how do you manage it?

siezure that lasts for 1-2 minutes, manage by diazepam, larazepam, Mg sulfate, dont get the baby out imediatly, allow the baby time to get back to normal in the uterus before you get it out

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what is HELLP syndrome?

variant of pre eclmampsia, hemolysis, elevated liver enzymes, low platelets ,
will present with RUQ pain, can also have epigastric pain, and nausea/ vomitting

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is there a proven traetment for HELLP?

NO- asprin and calcium are given now

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woman has BP of 106/64 and 2+ pitting edema, no clonus, and normal reflexes, normal labs, whats teh Dx?

physiological anemia

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38 year old at 38 weeks presents and has BP 158/90 urine dip is 1+, this is a new finding, what would you do? if the patient later has hypersensitive relfexes, urine dip 2+ for protein, three beats of clonus, and low platlets, whats the DX?

recheck the BP and urine Dip-
DX for second part= HELLP syndrome

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woman presents with headaches that are inrelieved by tylenol for three days, vision is blurred, no epigastric pain, or nausea/vomitting, BP= 155/98, labs normal except 24 urine = 5500mg, fetus is severey growth restricted at 28 weeks, DX? management?

SEVERE pre eclampsia
give steroids to improve fetal outcome ( lung maturity)