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A 28 year old G1P1 18GW woman is expecting a child when she learns about Down's Syndrome and comes to ask you if you can perform a test to determine whether or not her baby is Down's Syndrome or not. Because she is thinking to terminate the pregnancy if the baby is Down's Syndrome. You perform Blood studies, vitals and ultrasound.
Vitals: HR: 80 RR: 13 BP: 130/80 T 37.8*C
A negative blood group, MCV 70 Hg 14g/dL Serum Iron is low
Ultrasound show normal intrauterine pregnancy. You perform amniocentesis and results come back reassuring. What is the next best step to perform?
A: Reassure the patient
B: Administer RhoGam
C: Perform Chorionic Villous Sampling
D: Administer RhoGam at 28 weeks gestation
E: Get details on previous pregnancy and child's karyotype
F: Prescribe oral Iron
G: Administer intramuscular iron
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i thnk oral iron is rite answer
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Originally Posted by amresh kumar View Post
i thnk oral iron is rite answer
i checked it now that its answer should b adminster rhogham
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