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A woman in her last trimester of pregnancy is diagnosed with toxemia. The patient is admitted to labor and delivery and suffers a seizure. What medication will be administered parenterally?
A)Magnesium oxide
B)Magnesium sulfate
C)Potassium chloride
D)Calcium gluconate
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Abrams' Clinical Drug Therapy: Rationales for Nursing Practice
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Magnesium sulfate is given parenterally for convulsions related to pregnancy. Magnesium oxide is given orally for mild hypomagnesemia. Potassium chloride is not given for convulsions related to pregnancy. Calcium gluconate is not given for convulsion related to pregnancy.

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