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OB - Managing Severe Preeclampsia. NCLEX example: The nurse cares for an 8-lb, 8-oz newborn. The infant’s history indicates the mother was given magnesium sulfate IV 4 g in 250 mL D5W several hours before delivery. The nurse is MOST concerned if which of the following was observed? A: RR of 18. Rationale: Magnesium Sulfate can cause slowing of respirations and hyporeflexia of newborn. Normal newborn RR 30-60/min.

Magnesium sulfate is the mainstay of therapy, as it prevents seizures by slowing neuromuscular conduction and depressing CNS irritability without affecting blood IV labetalol and hydralazine are commonly used to achieve blood pressure control.