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Les hémorragies graves de la délivrance. [Severe postpartum hemorrhage] Revue française de gynécologie et d’obstétrique, 1985 Jul; 80(7): 515-8

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Audra,-P; Miellet,-C-C; Follea,-G; Levallois,-M; Moussa,-M

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The authors report 95 cases of post-partum haemorrhage estimated at one litre or more seen in the Department of Obstetrics between 1979 and 1982 for 11 662 deliveries. Classical treatment combining artificial delivery or uterine manual evacuation-oxytocics led to the arrest of bleeding in 73 cases. Severe haemorrhage persisted in 22 cases, including 13 patients who were found to be suffering from a coagulopathy. Treatment of these severe forms is based upon: local haemostasis (in the presence of inertia, prostaglandins must be used before surgery) and correction of the coagulation disorder by

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➡ postpartum hemorrhage

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Bernard Bel — 29 Oct 2004

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