The nurse is transferring a client who is G4 P3 at 25 weeks’ gestation with preeclampsia from the obstetrical intensive care unit to the antenatal unit.To safely manage this preeclamptic client,what should be included in the transfer report about this client?Select all that apply.
1.Record of blood pressure trends.
2.Record of urine protein.
3.Edema observed by health care provider.
4.Client use of dietary sodium.
6.Fetal heart rate pattern.
7.Medical and nursing interventions utilized.
The important information to be given with a preeclamptic client should include blood pressure trends while being monitored and the protein that is and has been present in the urine as these are indicators of increasing eclampsia.Edema of the face,a history of headache,blurred vision,and epigastric pain are important as these also indicate worsening preeclampsia.The fetal position at 25 weeks is of minor importance as the fetus is constantly changing positions at this point in the pregnancy.The medical and nursing interventions utilized to treat preeclampsia will provide the nurse on the antenatal unit with information about what has been utilized and their effect.The use of dietary sodium does not have an impact on preeclampsia.Glycosuria is an important consideration if this client has gestational diabetes but is not significant for the client with preeclampsia.CN:Safetyandinfectioncontrol;CL:Synthesize