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POSTPARTUM HEMORRHAGE
Postpartum hemorrhage is defined as blood loss of ≥500 mL for vaginal delivery after completion of the 3rd stage of labor while for cesarean delivery, the cut-off is 1000 mL.
It may present as either early (primary) or late (secondary) postpartum hemorrhage.
Postpartum hemorrhage may produce hemodynamic instability during the 1st 24 hours after delivery.
Drug Information

Indication: Obstet Induce parturition in cases of uterine inertia during the 3rd stage of labour. Prophylactically & t...

Indication: Hemorrhagic diseases & abnormal bleeding. Allergic & inflammatory symptoms.

Indication: Abortion between the 13th & 20th wk of gestation & in the following conditions related to 2nd trimeste...

Indication: Haemorrhage or threatened haemorrhage associated w/ excessive fibrinolysis. Management of haemophiliacs underg...

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