Postpartum hemorrhage

What is Postpartum hemorrhage?

Hemorrhage after delivery, or postpartum hemorrhage (PPH), is the loss of blood following a delivery resulting in hypovolemia or otherwise causing the patient to become symptomatic due to the blood loss.

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i would like to ask how would you differentiate postpartum hemorrhage as mild, moderate and severe as to signs like blood pressure, pulse,...

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Hello dear,

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10 weeks postpartum with left sided chest pain only with exertion. Pregnancy history included pregnancy induced hypertension starting at 28 weeks...

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Hello, I suggest you to perform a rest EKG and an echocardiography. These are good control to do after a complicate pregnancy

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tuberculosis treatment during pregnancydear sir i m XXXXXXX XXXXXXX i have one daughter aged 10yrs. i have 3 failed IVF cycle. on 20th april i...

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Thanks for the query.

Forcox contains,
Rifampicin: 225 mg,
Isoniazid: 150 mg,
Pyrizinamide: 750 mg,
Ethambutol: 400 mg


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