Recognizing Signs and Symptoms of Preeclampsia
Free Nursing CEUs / Preeclampsia
In this course, you will learn about preeclampsia and how to recognize it. While the causes of this condition remain unclear, you will learn to recognize risk factors, as well as learn how a diagnosis of preeclampsia is determined. By the end of this course, you will be able to teach patients about “red flags”, as well as when to notify a provider, and when to seek emergency care.
1.5 Contact Hours
- Patient Teaching – “Red Flags”
- Signs & Symptoms of Magnesium Sulfate Toxicity
- Delivery Recommendations
- Ongoing Research Studies
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