Manual Removal of the Placenta after Vaginal Delivery: An Unsolved Problem in Obstetrics

@inproceedings{Urner2014ManualRO,
  title={Manual Removal of the Placenta after Vaginal Delivery: An Unsolved Problem in Obstetrics},
  author={Fiona Urner and Roland Zimmermann and Alexander Krafft},
  booktitle={Journal of pregnancy},
  year={2014}
}
The third stage of labor is associated with considerable maternal morbidity and mortality. The major complication is postpartum hemorrhage (PPH), which is the leading cause of maternal morbidity and mortality worldwide. Whereas in the event of PPH due to atony of the uterus there exist numerous treatment guidelines; for the management of retained placenta the general consensus is more difficult to establish. Active management of the third stage of labour is generally accepted as standard of… CONTINUE READING
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