Decreased megalokaryocytes on bone marrow biopsy
Elevated partial thromboplastin time
Decreased percentage of large platelets on peripheral blood smear
Increased levels of platelet-associated immune globulin
Decreased hemoglobin levels
Vaccine for parvovirus B19
Termination of pregnancy
Serial ultrasound evaluation
Amniocentesis for delta 450
The most commonly encountered anemia in pregnancy is Iron Deficiency Anemia which has the following characteristics: microcytic, hypochromic, MCV < 80 f/L, Serum Fe < 50 mcg/dL, MCHC < 30%, Serum ?Ferritin, ?TIBC
Combined Fe / folate deficiency is never normocytic, normochromic anemia
Folate deficiency is a risk for Neural Tube Defect.
Most common megaloblastic anemia is folate deficiency.
Vitamin B12 deficiency is associated with malabsorption diseases.
Varicella-Zoster immune globulin [V-ZIG] should be administered to the newborn if the mother developed chickenpox within 5 days prior to or 2 days following delivery
Maternal administration of V-ZIG reduces the occurrence of congenital varicella syndrome
V-ZIG can be considered to treat the pregnant women herself to prevent the complications of chickenpox
All of the above
None of the above