Case Study: Chronic HypertensionFemale was admitted to inp…

Case Study: Chronic Hypertension Female was admitted to inpatient care with a diagnosis of chronic hypertension with severe features and started on Labetalol 200 mg po q 8 hours. She was monitored for 3 days and her BP stabilized at 130/78. Fetal testing was reassuring. She was discharged home on hospital day 3 on Labetalol and was to be seen twice weekly for BP checks, and was instructed to take her BP at home twice daily. Safety of medications was discussed in-depth with her. Signs/symptoms of PIH were reviewed with her. Two weeks later she had po nifedipine added. She subsequently delivered a healthy baby girl at 39 weeks gestation. She was discharged home on above medications (as she was breastfeeding) and continued meds for hypertension past her 6-week postpartum appointment. She was referred to her primary care provider for continuing care. · Based on the case study above, complete a comprehensive well-woman exam · What is your primary diagnosis? Explain. · What are two other differential diagnoses? Explain. · What additional questions you would ask the patient? Explain your reasons for asking the additional questions · Then, what types of symptoms you would ask for? Be specific and provide examples. ( : When asking questions, consider sociocultural factors that might influence your question decisions.) · Lastly, explain which treatment options and diagnostic tests you might recommend