5.Document your reassessment of the patient’s status after administering magnesium sulfate.Breathing at 22 breaths per minute, the chest is moving equally. Radial pulse is strong, 100 per minute and regular. Blood pressure 166/100 mmHg. Oral temperature 37 C. Crackles at both bases of the lungs. Patient has wet cough. Patient c/o of severe headache and epigastric pain. Deep tendon reflexes are verybrisk and reflexive with clonus, +4. Visual changes still present; blurred and seeing spots. From vSim for Nursing | Maternity and Pediatric. © Wolters Kluwer Health.