The use of 'shock index' (SI) may be valuable in the monitoring o and general management of women with PPH
. It refers to heart rate (HR) divided by systolic blood pressure (SBP).
Severe postpartum haemmorhage (PPH
) was defined as Blood loss after vaginal delivery >1000 mL or after cesarean section >1500 mL that was measured by collection of immediate blood loss in the kidney tray having capacity of 500 ml and later on was used 3x11x1 inches sized pads.
A patient with a retained placenta does not remain stable, and severe PPH
is likely to ensue if the placenta is not removed at the site where she delivered.
Obstetricians concerned about medical litigation in VBAC due to severe PPH
and neonatal asphyxia due to the rupture of the uterus.
First, we aimed to estimate near-national PPH
rates for Hispanics.
Among these PH-HFpEF patients, those TPG [less than or equal to]12 mmHg were considered as PPH
, whereas TPG > 12 mmHg were classified as RPH.
She was then transferred to our hospital due to PPH
. However, when she arrived, she had severe tachycardia (heart rate, 160 bpm) and hypotension (BP, 44/34 mmHg).
A case of OH was established if a record indicated a diagnosis of antepartum haemorrhage (APH) (unspecified), abruptio placentae, ruptured uterus, or retained placenta, bleeding after trauma to the lower genital tract, symptomatic placenta praevia, and PPH
. We reviewed in-patient records of all identified and available cases and of those who had a blood transfusion (also in the case of a vaginal birth or any procedure for manual removal of the placenta) to determine if a diagnosis of APH or PPH
a ete definie comme une perte de sang .500 ml apres l'accouchement vaginal.
Traumatic births, such as those leading to peripartum hysterectomy (PPH
), can engender several negative consequences such as psychological distress or depression as the mother perceives that both she and the infant have been in danger.1-3 Stress, anxiety, fear of death and post-traumatic stress disorder are seen in individuals who have had this experience.1-5For these women, the memories of the birth may continue for months or even years.6