CASE STUDY: "UTERINE ATONY"
- B-Lynch: A Technique for Uterine Conservation or Deformation? A Case Report with Literature Review. BEGUM, JASMINA; PALLAVE, P.; GHOSE, SEETESH // Journal of Clinical & Diagnostic Research;Apr2014, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p1
Postpartum haemorrhage is a leading cause of global maternal mortality and morbidity, accounting for 25-30% of all maternal deaths, and 75-90% of these casualties result from uterine atony. Uterine compressive sutures are a well established measure for control of haemorrhage following atonic...
- DIVISION OF Labor. Katherine; Hobson // U.S. News & World Report;12/5/2005, Vol. 139 Issue 21, p67
The article looks at obstetricians who work exclusively in the hospital, keeping watch on women in labor and performing deliveries. Separating the prenatal care process and the actual birth is a good idea. Obstetrician hospitalists work the maternity ward and deal with obstetric emergencies. The...
- postpartum:. Huber, Jeffrey T.; Gillaspy, Mary L. // Encyclopedic Dictionary of AIDS-Related Terminology;2000, p181
A definition of the term "postpartum" is presented, which refers to the period occurring after childbirth or delivery.
- Prophylactic oxytocin: Before or after placental delivery? Kahn, Scott; Meyer, Albert; Beste, Janalynn; Flake, Donna // Journal of Family Practice;Dec2008, Vol. 57 Issue 12, p817
The article reports on the study concerning the efficacy of giving prophylactic oxytocin among pregnant women, before and after placental delivery in the U.S. It reveals that the use of oxytocic drugs decreases the risk of postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) by about 40%. It is widely adopted as a...
- A Comparison of Family Physicians' and Obstetricians' Intrapartum Management of Low-Risk Pregnancies. MacDonald, Susan E.; Voaklander, Karen; Birtwhistle, Richard V. // Journal of Family Practice;Nov1993, Vol. 37 Issue 5, p457
Background. We hypothesized that family physicians' style of intrapartum management was less interventional than the management style of obstetricians, and that this would not adversely affect maternal or neonatal outcomes. Methods. A retrospective, matched-pair study design was used to compare...
- YOGA DIARY. Paul, Sophia // Yoga Journal;May/Jun2003, Issue 174, p22
Relates the experience in applying the principle of yoga during labor of her daughter Mira in the U.S. Contribution of the prenatal yoga sessions in letting the baby in utero to start moving; Refusal in taking medical intervention; Suggestion of the physician for a caesarean section.
- Policies for care during the third stage of labour: a survey of maternity units in Syria. Matar, Hosam E.; Almerie, Muhammad Q.; Alsabbagh, Mohamad; Jawoosh, Muhammad; Almerie, Yara; Abdulsalam, Asma; Duley, Lelia // BMC Pregnancy & Childbirth;2010, Vol. 10, p32
Background: Care for women during the third stage aims to reduce the risk of major haemorrhage, but is very variable. The current World Health Organisation (WHO) recommendation is that care should include administration of a uterotonic (oxytocin, if it is available) soon after birth of the baby,...
- Haemorrhage and the third stage of labor. Walsh, Denis // British Journal of Midwifery;Feb2003, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p72
Focuses on the association between childbirth and hemorrhage in the third stage of labor. Quantifiable definition of postpartum hemorrhage; Marginalization of physiological third stage in consultant units.
- Practice Patterns During the Third Stage of Labor: The Effect of Physician Age and Specialty. Ely, John W.; Howser, Donald M.; Dawson, Jeffrey D.; Bowlder, Noelle C.; Rijhsighani, Ash // Journal of Family Practice;Dec1996, Vol. 43 Issue 6, p545
The article focuses on a study which explored the effect of age and specialty on medical practice patterns related to the third stage of labor. In June 1993, questionnaires were mailed to all 178 Iowa obstetrician-gynecologists and a random sample of 163 Iowa family physicians who practiced...