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Could someone list the cardiopulmonary changes in pregnancy? With explanations for each would be very helpful.

Any input is appreciated



Physiologic changes of pregnancy induce a state of relative hypercoagulability. ----Pregnancy is associated with a decrease in protein S; increases in factors I, VII, VIII, and X; and progressive resistance to protein C activity


resting minute ventilation increases by nearly 50% at term.

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