World Clinics: Obstetrics & Gynecology: Postpartum Hemorrhage
Mala Arora Rajalaxmi Walavalkar
Jaypee Bros Medical Pub Pvt Ltd
Postpartum haemorrhage is excessive bleeding after childbirth. The most common cause is the separation of the placenta from the uterus, but other causes include cervical lacerations, a large episiotomy or a ruptured uterus.
Part of the World Clinics: Obstetrics & Gynecology series, this new volume is a comprehensive guide to postpartum haemorrhage. Beginning with a list of useful abbreviations, the book covers both primary and secondary causes of the condition, describing both surgical and non-surgical management techniques.
With contributions from many UK-based specialists, this manual includes WHO (World Health Organisation) and FIGO (International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics) protocols and recommendations.
- New volume in World Clinics: Obstetics & Gynecology series
- Covers surgical and non-surgical treatment of primary and secondary causes of postpartum haemorrhage
- Includes WHO and FIGO protocols and recommendations
- Many UK-based contributors
Mala Arora (Editor-in-Chief) FRCOG (UK) FICOG FICMCH
Director, Noble IVF Centre, Faridabad, Haryana; Consultant, Fortis La Femme, Greater Kailash, New Delhi, India
Rajalaxmi Walavalkar MRCOG MD DNB FCPS FICOG DGO DFP
Founder Chair RCOG India Liaison Group; Post CCT Clinical Fellow, Homerton University Hospital,