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  ST. MARY’S COLLEGE  NURSING PROGRAM Tagum City CASE STUDY on Preeclampsia Presented to Ms. Lesley Cadua RN,MN Ms. Joan Calzada RN, MN In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements In Related Learning Experience (RLE) By BSN 2-A Pinky Rose Jean Marfil Yvonne Obra  Axel Mae Abarico Zhendy Solis Holly Eve Pasuquin Ian mizzelDulfina RondelDadula Jose Mari Bernardino John Occeño Niel Sabino February 2013 TABLE OF CONTENTS  INTRODUCTION………………………………………………………………………………I   ASSESSMENT………………………………………………………………………………..II  A. BIOGRAPHICAL DATA B. CHIEF COMPLAINT C. HISTORY OF PRESENT ILLNESS D. PAST MEDICAL AND NURSING HISTORY E. PERSONAL, FAMILY AND SOCIO ECONOMIC HISTORY F. PATIENT NEED ASSESSMENT G. COURSE IN THE WARD LABORATORY AND DIAGNOSTIC EXAM INATIONS……………………………………III   REVIEW OF ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY…………………………………………….IV   SYMPTOMATOLOGY…………………………………………………………………………V   ETIOLOGY OF THE DISEASE………………………………………………………………VI   PATHOPHYSIOLOGY…………………………………………………………………..……VII  A. Written B. Diagram PLANNING A. Nursing Care Plan B. Discharge Plan PHARMACOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT……………………………………………………IX  SYNTHESIS OF CLIENTS CONDITION/STATUS FROM ADMISSION TO PRESENT.X EVALUATION OF THE OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY…………………………………XI   BIBLIOGRAPHY………………………………………………………………………………XII         I. Introduction Pre-eclampsia, formerly called toxemia of pregnancy is an abnormal condition of pregnancy characterized by the onset of an acute hypertension after the 24 th  week of gestation. The classic triad of preeclampsia is elevated BP 140/90, proteinuria and edema. The cause of the disease remains unknown despite 100 years of research by thousands of investigators. Pre-eclampsia commonly causes abnormal metabolic function, including negative nitrogen balance, increase central nervous system irritability, hyperactive reflexes, compromised renal function, hemoconcentration, and alteration of the fluids and electrolytes balance. It occurs in 5-7% of pregnancies. Most often in primigravida and is more common in some areas of the world than others, the incidence is particularly high in the southern part of the U.S. The incidence increases with increasing gestational age and it is more common in cases of multiple gestation, H. Mole or hydramnios. A typical lesion in the kidney, glomerulo endotheliosis is pathognomonic termination of the pregnancy results in the resolution of the signs and symptoms of the disease and in healing of the renal lesion. Preeclampsia is classified as mild or severe. Mild eclampsia is diagnosed if one or more of the following signs develop after 24 th  week of gestation. Systolic BP of140 mmHg or more or an increase of 30 mmHg of more above the woman’s systolic BP; proteinuria and edema. Severe preeclampsia is diagnosed if one or more of the following signs is present.; systolic BP 160 mmHg and above, diastolic Bp of 110 mmHg above on two occasions 6 hours apart with the woman on bed rest; proteinuria of 5g or more within 24 hours; oliguria of less than 400cc in 24 hours; ocular or cerebral vascular disorders; and cyanosis or pulmonary edema. Complications include premature separation of the placenta,
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