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(antepartum hemorrhage) articles in PubMed
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  • Diagnostic Performance of Ultrasonography for Detection of Abruption and Its Clinical Correlation and Maternal and Foetal Outcome. [Journal Article]
  • J Clin Diagn Res 2016; 10(8):QC04-7JC
  • Shinde GR, Vaswani BP, … Bhosale RB
  • CONCLUSIONS: Sonography is not sensitive for the detection of placental abruption but it is highly specific. Positive sonographic findings are associated with increased maternal morbidity, require more aggressive obstetric management and it is associated with worse perinatal outcome. In case of a negative USG finding, but a strong clinical suspicion of abruption if obstetric intervention is made in due time, foetal as well as maternal outcome are better. Foetal outcome also depends on gestational age. Preterm patients with positive USG and intrapartum findings of abruption have worse foetal outcome compared to full-term patients with abruption.
  • A Case Review: In-Flight Births Over a 4-Year Period in the Northern Territory, Australia. [Journal Article]
  • Air Med J 2016 Sep-Oct; 35(5):317-20AM
  • Shipway T, Johnson E, … Clark P
  • CONCLUSIONS: In-flight deliveries are rare events in air medical medicine. This case series includes patients of variable preterm gestation and correlates poor outcomes to prematurity of neonates. Close communication between remote clinics, obstetric centers, and air medical teams plus up-to-date early labor guidelines are essential for safe practice and to limit the risk of in-flight births.
  • Incidence of intrapartum stillbirth and associated risk factors in tertiary care setting of Nepal: a case-control study. [Journal Article]
  • Reprod Health 2016; 13:103RH
  • Kc A, Wrammert J, … Målqvist M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Being born preterm with a small-for-gestational age was associated with the highest risk for intrapartum stillbirth. Inadequate fetal heart rate monitoring and partogram use are preventable risk factors associated with intrapartum stillbirth; by increasing adherence to these interventions the risk of intrapartum stillbirth can be reduced. The association of the lack of appropriate antenatal care with intrapartum stillbirth indicates that quality antenatal care may improve fetal health and outcomes.
  • Preventing deaths due to haemorrhage. [Review]
  • Best Pract Res Clin Obstet Gynaecol 2016 Jun 23BP
  • Hofmeyr GJ, Qureshi Z
  • Prevention of deaths from obstetric haemorrhage requires effective health systems including family planning, commodities, personnel, infrastructure and ultimately universal access to comprehensive ob...
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