Important Clinical conditions and its Treatment during Pregnancy

Important Clinical conditions and its Treatment during Pregnancy

In every medical PG entrance examination (NEET PG/AIIMS/UPSC CMS/PGIMER), Almost every year 1 question is asked on “Clinical conditions and its Treatment during Pregnancy” like
Q. A 30 year old woman with history of previous 3 abortions has been found to have antiphospholipid antibodies. What will be the treatment of choice in the subsequent pregnancy?
(a)Corticosteroids
(b)Aspirin
(c)Heparin
(d)Aspirin and Heparin
Here we have collected Important Clinical conditions and its Treatment during Pregnancy,  which are already asked in previous exams.

Clinical Conditions
Treatment
Toxoplasmosis
Pyrimethamine (not in 1st trim.) + Sulphadoxin
Malaria
Chloroquine and Quinine
Asymptomatic bacteriuria
Ampicillin, Nitrofurantoin and Cephalexin
SLE
Corticosteroid, PCM, Aspirin and Immunosuppressive drug like Azathioprine
Epilepsy
Phenobarbitone, Phenytoin, Carbamazepine, i.v. Diazepam, Folic acid
HIV
Antiretroviral drugs
Asthma
ß agonist and Hydrocortisone
Cholestatic jaundice
Antihistaminic, Cholestyramine and Ursodeoxycholic acid
CMV
Ganciclovir
Herpes simplex virus
Acyclovir
Syphilis
Benzathine Penicillin
Hepatitis B virus
Hep B Immunoglobulin
Group B Streptococcus
Penicillin
APLA syndrome
Low dose Aspirin + Heparin and Prednisolone
Autoimmune disorder
i.v. Immunoglobulin
» This Article is written for the purpose of solving MCQs. Not for other use
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