Susan Hodges

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Many physicians feel that manual exploration and sponge curettage of the uterus should be a routine part of all vaginal deliveries. Three hundred twenty uncomplicated routine vaginal deliveries (185 with exploration and sponge curettage, 135 without) were prospectively analyzed for differences in outcome with regard to postpartum hemorrhage, postpartum(More)
OBJECTIVE: to identify risk factors for venous thromboembolism (VTE) in the peripartum period and to provide guidelines for risk assessment and thromboprophylactic measures for VTE in pregnant women. Guidelines for diagnostic testing and for acute and long term treatment of VTE are also provided.OPTIONS: specific subgroups of pregnant women are defined and(More)
Are laboring and birthing women treated abusively in the hospital? Although seldom recognized as abuse or violence against women, bullying and medical treatments under false pretenses, even in a hospital, constitute abuse and a basic human rights issue that needs attention. Naming the problem is a first step. The power of medical authority, the lack of(More)
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