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Here are all the mnemonics you ever wanted on ⚡Eclampsia⚡. These mnemonics covers all aspects of the disease/health condition 

Causes of Eclampsia:

Mnemonic: “PEACH”

Preeclampsia progression

Endothelial cell dysfunction

Abnormal placentation

Circulatory system changes

Hypertension chronic

 

Triggers for Eclampsia:

Mnemonic: “STRESS”

Severe preeclampsia

Trauma during pregnancy

Rapid blood pressure changes

Excessive weight gain

Sodium retention

Stress physical or emotional

 

Risk Factors For Eclampsia:

Mnemonic: “FIRST BABY”

First pregnancy

Immune disorders

Renal disease history

Sociodemographic factors (low income, etc.)

Teen or advanced maternal age

Blood pressure high

Autoimmune disorders

Body mass index high

Young maternal age

 

Warning Signs of Eclampsia:

Mnemonic: “HEADACHE”

Headaches severe

Epigastric pain

Altered mental status

Dizziness

Agitation

Convulsions/seizures

Hyperreflexia

Elevated blood pressure

 

Predisposing Factors of Eclampsia:

Mnemonic: “HISTORY”

Hypertension history

Inadequate prenatal care

Socioeconomic status low

Twin or multiple pregnancy

Obesity

Renal disease history

Young or old maternal age

 

Signs & Symptoms of Eclampsia:

Mnemonic: “SEIZURE”

Seizures/convulsions

Elevated blood pressure

Impaired liver function

Zone of consciousness reduced

Urine protein presence

Rapid weight gain

Edema (especially in the face and hands)

 

Characteristic Findings In Eclampsia:

Mnemonic: “SHOCK”

Seizures

Hypertension severe

Oliguria

Clotting abnormalities

Kidney dysfunction

 

Clinical Features of Eclampsia:

Mnemonic: “CLAMPS”

Convulsions

Lab abnormalities (liver, renal)

Agitation/restlessness

Muscular twitching

Proteinuria

Severe hypertension

 

What Should Be Avoided In Eclampsia:

Mnemonic: “SALT”

Stressful activities

Alcohol

Low calcium intake

Tobacco use

 

Drugs Used To Treat Eclampsia:

Mnemonic: “MAGPIE”

Magnesium Sulfate

Antihypertensives (e.g., Labetalol)

Glucose control medications

Proteinuria monitoring

IV fluids

Electrolyte balance support

 

Drugs To Avoid In Eclampsia:

Mnemonic: “RAISE”

Renin-angiotensin system blockers

Aspirin high dose

Ibuprofen and other NSAIDs

Statin drugs

Ephedrine-containing medications

 

Radiological Features of Eclampsia:

Mnemonic: “BRAIN”

Brain edema (cerebral edema)

Retinal detachment risk

Abnormal liver ultrasound findings

Increased placental thickness

Nephropathy signs

 

Diagnostic Tests for Eclampsia:

Mnemonic: “TESTS”

Test for proteinuria

Electrolyte panel

Serum creatinine

Transaminases (liver enzymes)

Seizure activity monitoring (EEG)

 

Laboratory Findings In Eclampsia:

Mnemonic: “LAB”

Liver enzymes elevated

Antiplatelet antibodies

Blood pressure elevated

Complications of Eclampsia:

Mnemonic: “DANGER”

Disseminated intravascular coagulation

Acute renal failure

Neurological complications (stroke, etc.)

Gestational complications

Eclamptic seizures

Retinal detachment

 

Differential Diagnosis of Eclampsia:

Mnemonic: “PRESSURE”

Preeclampsia

Renal disease

Endocrine disorders

Systemic lupus erythematosus

Seizure disorders

Uremia

Rare genetic disorders

Essential hypertension

Dr. Arin Nandi

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