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Placental Blood Drainage as a Part of Active Management of Third Stage of Labour After Spontaneous Vaginal Delivery
AIM The third stage of labour commences after the delivery of the foetus and ends with the delivery of the placenta and its membranes. Postpartum haemorrhage is the most common cause of maternal mortality and accounts for ...
Role of Tranexamic Acid in Reducing Blood Loss in Vaginal Delivery
Anti-fibrinolytic agents are used to reduce obstetric blood loss as the fibrinolytic system is known to get activated after placental delivery. To evaluate the efficacy of parenteral tranexamic acid in reducing blood loss ...
A case of fallopian tube prolapse through the posterior fornix with retained shelf pessary.
Pessaries are a viable alternative to the surgical management of prolapse. Occasional cases of vesicovaginal fistula, rectovaginal fistula, erosion and subsequent impaction have been reported. Fallopian tube prolapse has ...