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Related to Antepartum hemorrhage: placenta previa, postpartum hemorrhage
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APHAmerican Printing House for the Blind, Inc.
APHAustralian Parliament House (Australia)
APHAirport Parking and Hotels (UK)
APHActual Production History
APHAsia Pacific Holdings (various organizations)
APHAxis Powers Hetalia (manga)
APHAphasia
APHAcyl Peptide Hydrolase (protein)
APHAssociation of Personal Historians
APHAdvanced Practice Pharmacist (California)
APHAntepartum Hemorrhage
APHAsbestos, Pollution and Health Hazard (legal claims)
APHAir Pre-Heater
APHArnold Palmer Hospital (Orlando, FL)
APHArabian Park Hotel (United Arab Emirates)
APHAssociação Paulista de Homeopatia (São Paulo, Brazil)
APHApplied Public Health (various organizations)
APHAsociación Pediatrica Hondureña (Spanish: Honduran Pediatric Association)
APHHospital Transport (naval ship type)
APHAcute Partial Hospitalization (psychiatry)
APHAccounting Procedures Handbook
APHCabinet Appointments and Honours Committee (Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet; New Zealand)
APHAdiabatically Adjusting, Principal Axis, Hyperspherical Coordinates
APHAssociation Promotion Hockey (France)
APHAssociation des Plaisanciers de Hérel (French boating association)
APHAviator's Protective Helmet
APHAmbrose Powell Hill (Army Base, Bowling Green, Virginia)
APHA Pleasurable Headache (Matthew Good Band community)
APHAloha Peace House (Honolulu, HI)
APHAssociation de Prêt d'Honneur du Département de Côte d'Or (French loan association)
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When the researchers stratified the analyses to further examine the associations between substance use, physical abuse and adverse pregnancy outcomes, they found that physical abuse was significantly associated with an increased risk of antepartum hemorrhage among nonusers of alcohol, illicit drugs or tobacco (relative risks, 3.
In a study to assess the maternal and neonatal outcomes of women with placenta praevia and antepartum hemorrhage (APH), they compared women with a diagnosed placenta praevia who did not bleed.
Out of 44 women with PPROM, infection was observed in 20 (45%) patients, while antepartum hemorrhage was seen in 11 (25%) patients, and cesarean section was required in 12 (27%) patients.
21-23 The various complications encountered in pregnant ladies and their babies are acute hepatic failure, acute renal failure, disseminated intravascular coagulation, multi organ failure, septicemia, preterm deliveries, antepartum hemorrhage, postpartum hemorrhage and death of women.
Bleeding from genital tract after 24 weeks of gestation was taken as antepartum hemorrhage (APH).
multiparity, time interval between the two pregnancies, period of gestation (POG), antenatal care (check up), history of PROM, history of burning maturation, polyhydramnios, previous low birth weight baby, threaten abortion, history of antepartum hemorrhage, previous perinatal loss, previous premature birth, maternal pyrexia, previous twins are mentioned in Table 3.
Survival rates were 46% for antepartum hemorrhage, 44% for myocardial infarction, 43% for amniotic fluid embolism, 38% for stroke, 29% for venous thromboembolism, 14% for trauma, and 0% for aneurysm or dissection.
Among the variables associated with CP are antepartum entities such as developmental abnormality, metabolic derangement, genetic disorders, infection or inflammation, antepartum hemorrhage (with or without a recognized coagulation disorder), and autoimmune disease.