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A 28-year-old female who is 32-weeks pregnant presents with a headache, generalized malaise, and photophobia. She has had no problems in her pregnancy so far. Examination reveals a BP of 175/100, P 110, T 38, and RR 20. Urine reveals 2 plus proteinuria and she has a WBC of 11, Hb 12.1 and elevated liver enzymes. What is the next step in her management?

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