• Corpus ID: 53008120

819 Postpartum Complications

@inproceedings{Lowdermilk2005819PC,
  title={819 Postpartum Complications},
  author={Deitra Leonard Lowdermilk},
  year={2005}
}
• Identify causes, signs and symptoms, possible complications, and medical and nursing management of postpartum hemorrhage. • Differentiate the causes of postpartum infection. • Summarize assessment and care of women with postpartum infection. • Describe thromboembolic disorders, including incidence, etiology, signs and symptoms, and management. • Describe sequelae of childbirth trauma. • Discuss postpartum emotional complications, including incidence, risk factors, signs and symptoms, and… 
CT-scan imaging of a puerpuralis woman with cerebral infarction due to straight sinus thrombosis mimicking cerebral abscess in bilateral thalamus
TLDR
A 24-year-old woman was admitted to the emergency room with loss of consciousness accompanied by restlessness and voiceless from two days prior to admission, in the period of postpartum day 37th, normal delivery with perineal stitches.
AN INSIGHT INTO MATERNAL DEATH CAUSED BY POSTPARTUM HEMORRHAGE IN WESTERN TIMOR, INDONESIA
TLDR
The research findings showed that most childbirth processes were done at home without any help from health workers, and non-medical factors causing postpartum hemorrhage were poor accessibility, lack of communication devices, and lack of infrastructure.

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