Being affected by Rh incompatibility
Having Rh-positive blood
Developing a rubella infection
Developing physiological jaundice
Presence of deep tendon reflexes
Serum magnesium level of 6 mEq/L
Proteinuria of +3
Respirations of 10 per minute
Ankle clonus in noted
The blood pressure decreases
Seizures do not occur
Scotomas are present
Monitor maternal vital signs every 2 hours
Notify the physician if respirations are less than 18 per minute.
Monitor renal function and cardiac function closely
Keep calcium gluconate on hand in case of a magnesium sulfate overdose
Monitor deep tendon reflexes hourly
Monitor I and O’s hourly
Notify the physician if urinary output is less than 30 ml per hour.
Administer RhoGAM within 72 hours
Make certain she receives RhoGAM on her first clinic visit
Not give RhoGAM. since it is not used with the birth of a stillborn
Make certain the client does not receive RhoGAM. since the gestation only lasted 12 weeks.
Oxytocin is too high
Blood level of LH is too high
Progesterone level is high
Endometrial wall is sloughed off.
Development of the female reproductive system
Stimulation of the follicles for ovulation to occur
Preparation of the uterus to receive a fertilized egg
Establishment of secondary male sex characteristics
Time the fetal heart is heard
Eighth week to the time of birth
Implantation of the fertilized ovum
End of the send week to the onset of labor
A decrease in WBC’s
In increase in hematocrit
An increase in blood volume
A decrease in sedimentation rate
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