Chapter 12: Bleeding in pregnancy and childbirth

January 2002
Surgical Care at the District Hospital;1/1/2002, p12
Book Chapter
Chapter 12 of the book "Surgical Care at the District Hospital" is presented. It discusses ways in the management and causes of bleeding during pregnancy and childbirth. Spontaneous abortion, unsafe abortion and ectopic pregnancy were among the causes of bleeding identified during early pregnancy. Procedures in managing coagulopathy were also enumerated.


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