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THEME 12 - Management of Hypertension in Pregnancy

Author: RxPG, Posted on Tuesday, October 21 @ 00:00:00 IST by RxPG  

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PLAB Part 1

Multiple Choice Test



1) At 34 weeks, a 80 kg woman complains of persistent headaches and “flashing lights”. There is no hyper-reflexia and her BP is 155/100 mmHg. Urinalysis is negative but she has digital oedema.

One answer only.
   A Magnesium hydroxide
   B Oral antihypertensive
   C Oral diuretic
   D Recheck blood pressure in seven days
   E Renal function tests
   F Retinoscopy
   G 24 hour urinary protein
   H A period of observation for blood pressure
   I Complete neurological examination
   J Fetal ultrasound
   K Immediate Caesarean section
   L Induction of labour
   M Intravenous antihypertensive
   N Intravenous benzodiazepines
   O Low dose aspirin





2) At 33 weeks, a 19 year old primigavida is found to have BP of 145/100 mmHg. At her first visit at 12 weeks the BP was 145/90 mmHg. She has no proteinuria, but she is found to have oedema to her knees.

One answer only.
   A Magnesium hydroxide
   B Oral antihypertensive
   C Oral diuretic
   D Recheck blood pressure in seven days
   E Renal function tests
   F Retinoscopy
   G 24 hour urinary protein
   H A period of observation for blood pressure
   I Complete neurological examination
   J Fetal ultrasound
   K Immediate Caesarean section
   L Induction of labour
   M Intravenous antihypertensive
   N Intravenous benzodiazepines
   O Low dose aspirin



3) At an ante-natal clinic visit at 38 weeks gestation, a 38 year old multigravida has BP of 140/95mmHg. She has no proteinuria and is otherwise well.

One answer only.
   A Magnesium hydroxide
   B Oral antihypertensive
   C Oral diuretic
   D Recheck blood pressure in seven days
   E Renal function tests
   F Retinoscopy
   G 24 hour urinary protein
   H A period of observation for blood pressure
   I Complete neurological examination
   J Fetal ultrasound
   K Immediate Caesarean section
   L Induction of labour
   M Intravenous antihypertensive
   N Intravenous benzodiazepines
   O Low dose aspirin



4) A 29 year old woman has an uneventful first pregnancy to 31 weeks. She is then admitted as an emergency with epigastric pain. During the first 3 hours her BP rises from 150/100 to 170/119 mmHg. On dipstick she is found to have 3+ proteinuria. The fetal cardiotocogram is normal.

One answer only.
   A Magnesium hydroxide
   B Oral antihypertensive
   C Oral diuretic
   D Recheck blood pressure in seven days
   E Renal function tests
   F Retinoscopy
   G 24 hour urinary protein
   H A period of observation for blood pressure
   I Complete neurological examination
   J Fetal ultrasound
   K Immediate Caesarean section
   L Induction of labour
   M Intravenous antihypertensive
   N Intravenous benzodiazepines
   O Low dose aspirin



5) A 32 year old woman in her second pregnancy presents to her GP at 12 weeks gestation. She was mildly hypertensive in both of her previous pregnancy. Her BP is 150/100 mmHg. Two weeks later, at the hospital antenatal clinic, her BP is 155/95 mmHg.

One answer only.
   A Magnesium hydroxide
   B Oral antihypertensive
   C Oral diuretic
   D Recheck blood pressure in seven days
   E Renal function tests
   F Retinoscopy
   G 24 hour urinary protein
   H A period of observation for blood pressure
   I Complete neurological examination
   J Fetal ultrasound
   K Immediate Caesarean section
   L Induction of labour
   M Intravenous antihypertensive
   N Intravenous benzodiazepines
   O Low dose aspirin


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