Pulmonary Embolism PE

The likelihood of venous thromboembolism in normal pregnancy and the puerperium is increased fivefold when compared to nonpregnant women of similar age:

■ Complications include maternal death.

Pyelonephritis in pregnant women is on the right side 86% of the time.

Dangers of appendix rupture:

■ Preterm labor

■ Maternal-fetal sepsis ^ neonatal neurologic injury

Increased estrogens cause increase in cholesterol saturation, which, in addition to biliary stasis, leads to more gallstones in pregnant women.

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