• post-partum hem
  • The method was developed in Bangladesh in 2001 by Dr. Sayeba Akhter and has since been supported by health workers worldwide as an effective method to stop post partum hemorrhage, particularly in low resource settings. (wikipedia.org)
  • carbetocin
  • In pharmacokinetic studies, intravenous injections of carbetocin produced tetanic uterine contractions within two minutes, lasting six minutes, followed by rhythmic contractions for a further hour.Intramuscular injection produced tetanic contractions in less than two minutes, lasting about 11 minutes, and followed by rhythmic contractions for an additional two hours. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • patients
  • In patients with severe preeclampsia there is an increased risk of postpartum hemorrhage but the hemodynamic changes associated with this pathology make the management of any kind of bleeding particularly troublesome. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • Drug
  • We also looked at the drugs effects on postpartum blood loss at or above ≥500 ml (considered hemorrhage), and the percent of women experiencing more than a 10% decline in haemoglobin, and reported drug side effects. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • asthma anemia jaundice diabetes mellitus seizure disorders past uterine surgery diarrhea (most common, may be sudden in onset) flushing or hot flashes fever chills nausea/vomiting Carboprost is supplied with its salt derivative tromethamine in 1 milliliter ampules containing a 250 microgram/milliliter solution of the active drug. (wikipedia.org)
  • commonly
  • It is also commonly used to help prevent uterine hemorrhage in complicated non-surgical or pre-surgical gynecologic cases and in treating non responsive cyclical mastalgia. (wikipedia.org)
  • Procedure
  • With an overall success rate of 86%, the authors concluded that the Bakri Balloon Tamponade (BBT) is "a simple, readily available, effective and safe procedure" in the management of postpartum hemorrhage (PPH). (wikipedia.org)
  • blood loss
  • Play media Depending on the definition in question, postpartum hemorrhage is defined as more than 500ml following vaginal delivery or 1000ml of blood loss following caesarean section in the first 24 hours following delivery. (wikipedia.org)