Caesarean section in a patient with coagulopathy
Keywords:anemia, cesarean section, obstetric hemorrhage, intensive treatment of bleeding
AbstractThe work deals with the study of intensive care of women in labor with massive obstetric hemorrhage. Using their own experience with caesarean section in a patient with a coagulopathy (platelet level initially reduced to 34 × 109/l), the authors consider various approaches to the management of these patients, analyze current approaches to the treatment of massive obstetric hemorrhages, and provide protocols for intensive treatment of such complications.
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