In pregnancy-Induced hypertension, a test NOT done is (AIIMS Nov 2009)
a. A rapid gain in weight of more than 5 Ib a month or more than lib a week in later months of pregnancy is significant
b. Proteinuria is the last features of pre-eclampsia to appear
c. A serum uric acid (biochemical marker of the pre-eclampsia) of more than 4.5 mg% indicates the presence of pre-eclampsia
d. Blood urea level remains normal or slightly raised S. creatinine level may be more than 1 gm/dL, there may thrombocytopenia of varying degree, Hepatic enzyme levies may be increased
e. Roll over test - This screening test is done between 28-32 weeks, Blood pressure is measured with the patient on her side first and then the patient is asked to roll on her back to check the BP once again, An increase of 20 mmHg is diastolic pressure from side to back position indicates a positive "roll over test"
f. The foam stability or shake test - The test depends on the ability of surfactant in amniotic fluid, when mixed appropriately with ethanol, to generate stable foam at the air liquid interface
g. Shake test done for fetal lung maturity.