A 32 week gestation, Rh negative client has suffered a motor vehicle trauma but is minimally injured. Even so, what test(s) should be done to assess the pregnancy? Select all that apply.


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- Kleinhauer-Betke test


- Liver function tests

- Non-stress test

- C-reactive protein


After maternal trauma in an Rh negative mother, a Kleinhauer-Betke test for the presence of fetal cells in maternal serum should be checked and Rhogam given if positive. A non-stress test can evaluate the health of the fetus. CBC, C-reactive protein and D-dimer tests are less important tests to order in this situation.

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