Management of primary postpartum hemorrhage

The secondary complications of primary postpartum hemorrhage, namely unnecessary additional blood loss leading to shock and DIC, can usually be prevented by decisive obstetric action. This condition tests not only clinicial acumen but also an ability to mobilize and organize rapidly all available labor ward staff to deal with the problem. A properly managed case of severe postpartum hemorrhage indicates that the staff are well trained to deal with such disastrous situations, that they are familiar with carefully set guidelines, and that back-up services such as blood bank products and emergency hematological advice function quickly and to high standards.

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