EMS is called to the home of a woman “having seizures.” On arrival, EMS finds a woman in her late…

EMS is called to the home of a woman “having seizures.” On
arrival, EMS finds a woman in her late twenties who is experiencing active
seizures. The patient’s mother says that her daughter is 7 months pregnant. She
also reports this is her daughter’s second seizure since she called for help.
Earlier in the day, the patient had complained of severe headache, dizziness,
nausea, chest pain, and spots before her eyes. Seizure control for this patient
should begin with:

 a. Diazepam

 b. Calcium gluconate

c. Magnesium sulfate

d. Oxytocin