Why can the pregnancy affect discovery of the asthmatic symptoms?

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This involves using the Alert, Voice responsive, Pain responsive, or Unresponsive (AVPU) assessment tool to measure the patient’s level of consciousness as well as the Glasgow Coma Score (GCS). Rose was alert and responded to voices, her pupils reacted to light and responded to pain stimuli when the pressure was applied to her toes. Rose’s blood sugar level was also tested and this was within the normal range 4-7mmol/L, with GCS 15/15. Rose’s observations were reviewed and reassessed every 30 minutes to an hour and, by the time she was taken for surgery, her observations had improved and were as follows....
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