You are assessing to see if your patient with mild preeclampsia has progressed to severe preeclampsia. Which of the following would be associated with this disease process progression? Select all that apply.

 

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- Elevated liver function tests

- Right upper quadrant pain

- Visual changes

- Oliguria

- Creatinine 0.04

Rationale

Elevated LFT's, RUQ pain, visual changes, oliguria, headache/confusion, fetal growth restriction, elevated creatinine (not decreased), proteinuria, and a BP over 160/110 x 2 readings 6 hrs apart are all signs of progressing preeclampsia.

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