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Tucker Kueny


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Definition of post-partum hemorrhage

Classical definitions of PPH used in most of the literature include an EBL of 1000 cc for a C/S and 500 cc for a SVD. However, true average blood bloss for deliveries is actually probably close to 1000 cc for C/S and 500 cc fro SVDs. To trigger a case review are people using these standard 1000 cc and 500 cc definitions, or a more liberal definition? The tool in this site states greater than 500 cc above expected EBL. What is that number? 1500 for a C/S and 1000 for a SVD? Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks
1/26/2015 9:42:38 AM
 
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