NCLEX Question of the Day – 01.19.17 A woman has delivered an infant by cesarean section. Which factors place this woman at risk for thromboembolic disease? (Select all that apply.) A. Due to the surgical procedure, the client will be less active. B. The platelet count is elevated as the body prepared for delivery. C. The pregnant woman’s blood volume decreases in later pregnancy. D. Venous stasis in the lower extremities is common in late pregnancy. E. The fetus produces platelets which cross the placenta into the maternal circulation.