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Perioperative blood loss could sometimes lead to postoperative anemia, which might require occasional transfusion.
During pregnancy, blood loss mainly occurs due to antepartum hemorrhage such as placenta previa, placental abruption, and vasa previa which may be the result of chronic hypertension, multiparity, multiple gestations, older age, and previous CS.
To observe their effects in reducing blood loss in third stage of labour.
The SGS suggested uterine preservation during laparoscopic native tissue prolapse repair to reduce operating room time and blood loss, and preserve vaginal length, based on four nonrandomized comparison studies using various approaches, with a total of 446 women and up to 3 years' follow-up.
The technical word for blood loss is hemorrhage, which is defined as the escape of blood from the circulatory system through a ruptured blood vessel.
Tourne et al (15) showed that a collecting plastic bag, put under the pelvis of the mother just after delivery is a quantitative and objective method of measuring postpartum blood loss.
Vasopressin is often used to reduce blood loss in gynecologic surgery.
Comparing the groups, researchers noted that "a significantly lower mean RBC transfusion volume per 1 g of blood loss was observed in the SpHb group compared with the control group (SpHb group, 0.
Pre- and postoperative measurement of the haematocrit and intraoperative estimated visual blood loss were used as indicators of blood loss.
Tranexamic acid (TXA) is an antifibrinolytic agent, increasingly used in children to reduce perioperative blood loss in various settings, including corrective surgery of scoliosis [4-6].
Compared with the 3 menstrual cycles before the study, the mean amount of blood loss during the study was significantly lower by 46.
Large volume perioperative blood loss has long been a concern for orthopaedic surgeons.
Objective: To find out the difference between active and expectant management of third stage of labour in terms of amount of blood loss and duration of third stage of labour.
Statistically significant differences in intraoperative fluids, estimated blood loss, and postoperative pain levels were identified, but no significant differences in complication rates were found between the two groups.