Case Presentation In Mild Pre-Eclampsia

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Mild Pre-eclampsia is a condition in which hypertension arises in pregnancy (pregnancy-induced hypertension). Mild pre-eclampsia is any status above gestational hypertension and below the point of seizures. It may develop from 20 weeks gestation (it is considered early onset before 32 weeks). Its progress differs among patients; most cases are diagnosed pre-term. Signs and symptoms: • Proteinuria (+1 - +2) • Blood pressure rises to 140/90(taken on two occasions at least 6 hours apart) • Mild edema in upper extremities or face • Weight gain of more than 2 lb/wk in the second trimester or 1 lb/wk in the third trimester

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St. Paul University PhilippinesTuguegarao City, Cagayan 3500SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCESCollege of NursingA Case Presentation InMildPre-Eclampsia Case Presentors:Berbano, Anna Dominique D.Burga, Abigail S.Cabauatan, Karel Joy A.Calimag, Dianne Joselle C.Cario, Lorren Leigh R.Mallillin, Hans Russel D.PanelistMr. Melanie Reboldera Adolfo, MSNMs. Jana Angela Flores, RNMrs. Jenniffer Masirag, MSNMr. Ryan Michael Padua, MSNMrs. Miriam Pattugalan, MSNMr. Robert Umoso, MSNINTRODUCTION Mild Pre-eclampsiais a conditionin whichhypertensionarises inpregnancy(pregnancy-induced hypertension). Mild pre-eclampsia is any status above gestational hypertension and below the point of seizures. It may develop from 20 weeks gestation (it is considered early onset before 32 weeks). Its progress differs among patients; most cases are diagnosed pre-term. Signs and symptoms:Proteinuria (+1 - +2)Blood pressure rises to 140/90(taken on two occasions at least 6 hours apart)Mild edema in upper extremities or face Weight gain of more than 2 lb/wk in the second trimester or 1 lb/wk in the third trimesterRisk Factors for Pre-eclampsiaThe incidence of preeclampsia is higher in women with a history of preeclampsia, multiple gestations, and chronic hypertension or underlying renal disease. In addition, pre-eclampsia, spontaneous preterm delivery, or fetal growth deviation in a first singleton pregnancy predisposes women to those complications in their

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