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Synonyms for tamponade

blockage or closure (as of a wound or body cavity) by (or as if by) a tampon (especially to stop bleeding)

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Percutaneous management of angioplasty-related iliac artery rupture with preservation of luminal patency by prolonged balloon tamponade.
The uterine balloon tamponade segment has been sub-segmented into Foley catheters, condom catheters, and others.
Intrauterine balloon tamponade is an effective intermediate therapy option that can be implemented by frontline health workers with minimal training.
Intrauterine balloon tamponade in the management of severe postpartum hemorrhage: A case series from a busy UK district general hospital.
The use of a cervical cerclage and Foley's balloon tamponade in preventing haemorrhage in cervical ectopic pregnancies has been reported in three cases.
Foley balloon tamponade to prevent or treat bleeding is a useful adjunct to have within easy reach.
Tallulah goes on to have a severe postpartum haemorrhage, requiring a balloon tamponade to be inserted into her uterus and almost, but not quite, requiring a hysterectomy to control the bleeding.
When digital pressure and rectal packing fails, balloon tamponade with inflated Foley catheter was frequently used to control bleeding.
Intrauterine balloon tamponade is an appropriate first line 'surgical' intervention for most women where uterine atony is the only or main cause of haemorrhage.
Failure to control bleeding was defined as continued bleeding despite endoscopic injection and the use of balloon tamponade.
Bleeding from the placental bed - individual haemostatic sutures and uterine artery ligation, balloon tamponade.
Balloon tamponade with a Sengstaken-Blakemore or Minnesota tube was used in 44 patients and vasopressin or octreotide was used in 43 (Table I).
In refractory epistaxis, the failure rate of posterior nasal packing, including packing with the use of a balloon tamponade, has been reported to be as high as 52%.
In a similar statement issued in the International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics, the International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) along with the International Confederation of Midwives (ICM) cited the use of the Bakri Postpartum Balloon to illustrate the importance of using balloon tamponade as a primary support tool to treat postpartum hemorrhage.
All training sessions were appreciated, especially the emergency mock drills, role plays, videos, Condom balloon tamponade for PPH, AMTSL,MVA and Misoprostol use in Obstetric and Gynae practice.