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PPHParts per Hour
PPHPortland Press Herald
PPHPrimary Pulmonary Hypertension
PPHPatent Prosecution Highway
PPHPeoplePerHour (job search website; UK)
PPHPay Per Hour
PPHPostpartum Hemorrhage
PPHProgram in Public Health (various schools)
PPHPrestige Performance Hatchback
PPHPharmaceutical Public Health (various organizations)
PPHPublic Participation Hearing (California)
PPHPersistent Pulmonary Hypertension
PPHPlant Publicity Holland
PPHPounds Per Hour
PPHPark Plaza Hotels Ltd. (Netherlands)
PPHParts Per Hundred
PPHProcedure for Prolapse and Hemorrhoids (hemorrhoid repair treatment)
PPHPlasmapheresis (blood plasma treatment)
PPHPersons Per Household (program ratings)
PPHPoints Per Hour (gaming)
PPHPolypropylene Homopolymer (plastics)
PPHPostage, Packing and Handling (shipping)
PPHPassera Pas l'Hiver
PPHProblems Per Hundred
PPHPerfect Phylogeny Haplotyper
PPHPast Problem History
PPHPulse-Position Hopping
PPHPertinent Past History (medical)
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The unpredictable nature of postpartum hemorrhage and its potential for severe morbidity and mortality make identifying its risk factors a priority.
There are various factors affecting the postpartum hemorrhage treatment devices market such as rising prevalence of postpartum hemorrhage cases; increasing awareness of peoples regarding postpartum hemorrhage; increasing postpartum hemorrhage risk factors; technological advancement in medical device field; and, so on.
Access to skilled health care providers and appropriate uterotonic medications such as oxytocin could eliminate many deaths from postpartum hemorrhage. As discussed earlier, however, the answer is not as simple as educating women and their families about the need for facility births.
Uterine artery ligation in the control of intractable postpartum hemorrhage. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1966;94:920-4.
However, lack of product awareness in the emerging economies and low acceptance of unconventional preventive devices would hamper the growth of the postpartum hemorrhage treatment devices market during the forecast period.
Postpartum hemorrhage is the leading cause of maternal death globally and contributes to an estimated third of all maternal deaths in Africa (6).
While UAE is a highly effective measure to control postpartum hemorrhage, it is not available at all obstetric hospitals.
However, in the setting of acute postpartum hemorrhage, MDCT can be the modality of choice to investigate the source of bleeding.
As postpartum haemorrhage is a lethal complication of delivery and is associated with high maternal mortality and morbidity, so the purpose of this study was to compare the success rate of intrauterine balloon tamponade and B Lynch suture for management of severe postpartum hemorrhage in local population.
Postpartum hemorrhage (PPH, excessive bleeding after delivering a baby) is a leading cause of maternal complications during birth, leading to emergency intervention including hysterectomy, expensive blood transfusions, and, in some cases, maternal death.
(5.) WHO recommendations for the prevention and treatment of postpartum hemorrhage. Geneva: World Health Organization; 2012.
22, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Prophylactic administration of tranexamic acid does not reduce postpartum hemorrhage among women with vaginal delivery receiving prophylactic oxytocin, according to a study published in the Aug.
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