her elevated blood pressure is vital. She thought she was having a heart attack, so educating her about the correct cause of pain can decrease her anxiety. PCC/IOlivia Jones was placed on magnesium sulfate for treatment of her preeclampsia. What are the indications for this drug, and what should be taught to the patient regarding side effects? Indications of magnesium sulfate are the treatment of hypertension, prevention of seizures, preterm labor. Patient education about magnesium sulfate should include why the medication is being given, side effects of the medication, such as confusion, SOB, nausea, dizziness, abnormal heartbeat.1 The Scenario Analysis Questions are correlated to the Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) competencies: Patient-Centered Care (PCC), Teamwork and Collaboration (T&C), Evidence-Based Practice (EBP), Quality Improvement (QI), Safety (S), and Informatics (I). Find more information at: From vSim for Nursing | Maternity and Pediatric. © Wolters Kluwer Health.