A 26-year-old G2P1 female at 34 weeks gestation presents to the emergency department with sudden onset of vaginal bleeding and abdominal pain. Her vital signs are as follows: T 37.5, HR 129, BP 92/60, RR 22, O2 Sat 98% RA. Physical exam is significant for palpable uterine contractions and uterine hypertonicity. An ultrasound is obtained and is normal, with no evidence of placenta previa. The patient is placed on a continuous external fetal monitor, with the tracing shown in Figure A. Which of the following is the most appropriate management of this patient?