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Synonyms for hemorrhage

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In its lawsuit PPH contended, "The rule was promulgated solely for the purpose of preventing access to early abortion, and for no legitimate purpose relating to the health and well-being of Iowa women." Not so, said the Board of Medicine in papers filed with Judge Farrell.
The crux of what I am saying is that we are short of doctors and nurses at PPH and this is why I continue to drive home that Welsh Labour is letting Llanelli down.
It was highlighted the midwives must recognise the patient's need for secondary care as in the case of the PPH, it must be seen how much time it takes to reach the secondary facility and how much time it takes for the patient to receive help from that facility.
Total 104 patients with severe postpartum haemmorhage (PPH) having age 20-35 years, parity 2-5 and gestational age 36-42 weeks were selected by non-probability consecutive sampling.
Therefore, early recognition of PPH with prompt treatment can prevent progression to severe shock and coagulopathy.
PIH, PB, NICU admission, birth weight, gestational age at delivery, Apgar scores, and PPH were significantly different between the three groups.
However, recent data show that trial of labor after cesarean (TOLAC) is the most effective delivery method because it is considerably less expensive than RCS while also reducing the risk of postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) and pelvic adhesions.[5] A recent practice bulletin from the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists revisited VBAC and emphasized the importance of discussing this procedure with all patients who qualify.[6]
A near-national estimate of PPH rate for Hispanics, obtained by AHRQ, and reported in the National Healthcare Disparities Report, is based on a specially developed disparities analysis database of 40 percent sample of hospitals from 36 states that report race-ethnicity information (Coffey et al.
The goal of this study is to investigate the effects of fasudil on PH-HFpEF and determine the response differences to treatment between RPH and PPH.
Although several risk factors are associated with postpartum hemorrhage (PPH), it is still impossible to predict it.
[6,7] HIV-infected women with advanced disease may have some form of chorioamnionitis, which may result in excessive postpartum haemorrhage (PPH).
PPH was defined as blood loss .500 ml following vaginal delivery.