Hypertension in Pregnancy
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1. In all of the following women, Aspirin is started from 12 weeks of pregnancy till birth, except:CorrectIncorrect
2. 39-year-old women G2P1L1 is referred by the GP to the antenatal clinic at 12 weeks of pregnancy with twin gestation. Her previous pregnancy was complicated by gestational hypertension. Her booking BP is 136/86, BMI is 33kg/m2. She is a smoker, who smokes 12 cigarettes/day. Which of the following is considered as a significant (high) risk factor for the development of pre-eclampsia as her pregnancy progresses?CorrectIncorrect
3. 36-year-old woman who was diagnosed to have pre-eclampsia at 39+ weeks but was not on anti hypertensives. She delivered a male baby vaginally with no complications. Postnatally, on the D1, her blood pressure was 146/96 mmHg. She does not have any signs of blurring of vision, visual scotoma, vomiting, epigastric tenderness. What is the management for her blood pressure?CorrectIncorrect