4 Replies to “AWHONN Postpartum Hemorrhage (PPH) Project”

  1. A person would never understand unless you have had to experience this first hand. I'm in tears watching this video because I went thru some of this 4 and a half years ago. I am so thankful I did not have to get a blood transfusion or emergency surgery. I am so, so, so thankful and blessed that the Doctor I had jumped in to control the hemorrhaging. Very painful but she did what needed to be done to prevent a loss of life! Thank you God for being with me and the entire staff that had my life in their hands after my delivery!

  2. I'm just wondering: why are there apparently so many pph-cases? Of course being prepared with a proper and life-saving protocol is great and you've done a wonderful job there, but what about prevention? Isn't it as important to identify potential risk factors and trying to eliminate them? I have a strong feeling that more intervention during labor leads to more risk factors

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