Postpartum Hemorrhage

PPH is mother's excessive loss of blood within 24 hours of delivery. It can be caused by uterine atony (fatigued uterus) or trauma to the uterus such as laceration or hematoma. Untreated or mistreated, PPH can lead to hypovolemic shock and associated organ failure including renal failure, stroke, myocardial infarction or postpartum hypopituitarism. A medical provider should assess every woman's risk for PPH and make appropriate arrangements for her care.

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