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of or relating to or used in or practicing obstetrics

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Drawing on his personal experiences with obstetric fistula patients in African countries, the author tells the story of women who have experienced this complication of childbirth in which tissues that separate the bladder from the vagina are destroyed by prolonged obstructed labor, a major public health problem among the worldAEs poorest women.
Material and Methods: Sixty pregnant females were included in the study; 30 were cases with adverse thrombotic obstetric complication, while 30 were controls.
So to prevent massive haemorrhage in ruptured uterus, many times emergency obstetric hysterectomy is considered as the definitive management.
In the petition, they explained that obstetric fistula was a hole between the birth canal and the rectum or bladder that leads to continuous, uncontrollable flow of urine or faeces, or both.
Health insurers would like to have a good statement from the NZa why insured next year suddenly have to pay more for obstetric care.
Remember the Wales National Clinical Forum warned BCUHB in 20012 that it would not be possible to deliver and sustain obstetric rotas at 3 hospitals.
Countries around the world celebrated International Day to End Obstetric Fistula on May 23, with a variety of events to raise awareness of this neglected health and human rights challenge.
He added that victims of obstetric fistula are usually among the hardest to reach, and are often illiterate and with limited access to health services, including maternal and reproductive health care.
23 May is the International Day to End Obstetric Fistula, which promotes action towards treating and preventing the condition.
The top 500 of the 3,200 hospitals in the United States that offer obstetric care account for almost half of all deliveries.
Although obstetric venous thromboembolism (VTE) remains a common cause of maternal morbidity and mortality, prophylaxis recommendations are varied and nonspecific across obstetric organizations.
Creating awareness about the problem of obstetric fistula in women, an upcoming presentation will narrate the story of one Australian doctor who has dedicated her life helping women in an East African country suffering from the problem.
2] The National Committee on Confidential Enquiries into Maternal Deaths has recommended improvements in healthcare systems and healthcare workers' skills to improve the safety of maternity units and the ability to manage obstetric emergencies.
Obstetric fistula--a current global health concern, particularly for women in rural and developing settings--continues to receive extensive international attention (1-5).