Pregnant Plus!

Patient is a 34 year-old female presenting with severe headache and...

Patient is a 20 year-old female presenting with worsening shortness of breath and...

Patient is a 31 year-old female presenting with abdominal pain and...

Patient is a 24 year-old female presenting with seizure and...

We often hear that pediatric patients are 'different' than tiny adults, that their physiologic and anatomic differences should change our management in subtle but important ways? But what about their mamas? How do pregnant patients differ in their presentation/management for common ER chief complaints? From migraine to bacteruria, pregnant patients are simply different.

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