fetal monitoring

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Preeclampsia

University of Nebraska Medical Center

A 24-year-old woman who is 31 weeks pregnant presents for an OB visit feeling fatigued. The learner performs an initial assessment identifying the signs and symptoms of preeclampsia including hypertension, weight gain, and proteinuria on urinalysis. After discussing with the physician, the patient is admitted to the hospital where the...

OB/GYN

A 24-year-old woman who is 31 weeks pregnant presents for an OB visit feeling fatigued. The learner performs an initial assessment identifying the signs and...

Case Information:
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Learner Population: Nursing
Specialty: OB/GYN
Author: University of Nebraska Medical Center
Language: English
Room size: 12x12
Setting: Outpatient Clinic
Patient ect: Adult
Patient Gender: Female
Tags: continuity of care, drawing labs, fetal monitoring, hypertension, medication administration, neuro exam, ob/gyn, obstetrics and gynecology, preeclampsia, pregnancy,