Posted: September 22nd, 2017
A client with preeclampsia has been receiving an infusion containing magnesium sulfate for a blood pressure that is 160/80; deep tendon reflexes are 1 plus, and the urinary output for the past hour is 100mL. The nurse should:
A. Continue the infusion of magnesium sulfate while monitoring the client’s blood pressure
B. Stop the infusion of magnesium sulfate and contact the physician
C. Slow the infusion rate and turn the client on her left side
D. Administer calcium gluconate IV push and continue to monitor the blood pressure
Place an order in 3 easy steps. Takes less than 5 mins.