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Hayman Uterine Compression Suture in Upper Egypt

  title={Hayman Uterine Compression Suture in Upper Egypt},
  author={Mohamed S. Fahmy and Emad Farah Mohamed Kholef and Karema Mohamed Sobhy},
Aim: The current study was performed to evaluate the value of the Hayman uterine compression suture in patients with atonic postpartum hemorrhage (postpartum hemorrhage caused by uterine atony). Methods: This retrospective study was carried out from January 2010 to December 2014 at a tertiary care center in Upper Egypt and involved 82 women with severe atonic postpartum hemorrhage that failed to respond to medical treatment. Data were gathered exclusively from the medical records of patients… 
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