Postpartum hemorrhage – causes, symptoms, treatment, pathology



What is postpartum hemorrhage? Postpartum hemorrhage is severe bleeding after giving birth and is the leading cause of maternal morbidity and mortality in the world. Find more videos at

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41 Comments

  1. I lost 1.5L from a tear wow this is informative

  2. It's really good ✨ Thank you

  3. Thank you so much for these video's! I'm a nursing student in the Netherlands and these video's definitely help me study for my test (ob/gyn) next week!

  4. Brief videos time saving, great informations… 😍☺️

  5. Super helpful thank you! (studying for my nursing licence exam) 🙂

  6. Do you have any video on abortion?

  7. Perfect explanation, thanks dude.

  8. I got to this video because i am doing the NCSBN review for Nclex and this video was attached to the study guide. Thats pretty awesome that the NCSBN are using Osmosis! Just shows how great your content truly is! Thanks Always.

  9. Thanks for making things easier for me 🥰🥰

  10. I am alone when my workday ends.
    Corpses are my only friends (c) Nierzche

  11. My girlfriend had this, she gave birth and lost a lot of blood, they couldn’t take it all out, so a few hours later she went to use to bathroom I helped her, I noticed she wasn’t saying anything or she’s been in there too long, the doctors came to check up on her, she opened the door and my girlfriend was just laying there all pale she couldn’t move it’s like she was dead, we found she lost even more blood, she fainted and was unconscious, and i was so frightened, I didn’t like seeing her like that, she hemorrhage, the doctors saved her life by plugging her in all these machines so they gave her a blood transfusion, gave her new blood basically, she described it as she seen a lot of blood and she began hearing ringing sounds and she was weak and dizzy and she began fainting, and she couldn’t move. I never wanna lose her she’s the best girl ever. But I’m glad I have my baby daughter and girlfriend here

  12. I suffered blood loss of 1.7l during suction D&C for a missed miscarriage at 12 weeks and was given blood transfusion. The doctor said it was because of uterine atony but don’t know what caused it. So many unanswered questions 😔

  13. Thanks sir,makes more video

  14. other also more common causes in the wards that deserves a mention include retained product of conception and endometritis.

  15. Brilliantly explained! ❤️

  16. Just perfectly explained rly helpful ☺

  17. superb video…. very use…. pls make many like this on many topics

  18. Seems like finding excuses for the crime committed…. in earnest! Bam n booooo

  19. Awesomely informative and perfectly explained! Thank you so much! 😊😊 7/5/2019

  20. This is what happened to me after I gave birth to my son almost 3 yrs ago. Lost 2.1Ltrs of blood. Grateful for both of us being alive after this ordeal. Thanks for giving me for more information on this. Much love!!

  21. is syntocinon (exogenous oxytocin) the medication given to increase uterine contraction

  22. 2019 anyone? very usefull thank you so very much

  23. I love ur classes.they are so educative.please upload more obs and fun videos please.

  24. very helpful! thank you

  25. You have helped me through 1st to 4th year of my med school, ❤ you're amazing!

  26. This is what kill my aunt when she was pregnant with her baby boy

  27. Treatment of placenta accreta please…
    😔😔😔

  28. Am so GRATEFUL that you guys EXIST !!!!!!

  29. Porfavor traducir al Español!

  30. Plz make a animation vedio of mechanism of labour …..

  31. Please put video about malposition,malpresentation of baby in labor

  32. Cool I’m never reproducing thanks

  33. The definition for pph becomes symptomatic approach

  34. Risk factors for postpartum hemorrhage include a prolonged third stage of labor, multiple delivery, episiotomy, fetal macrosomia, and history of postpartum hemorrhage. However, postpartum hemorrhage also occurs in women with no risk factors. So physicians from Bio tex clinic told me that doctors must be prepared to manage this condition at every delivery. Strategies for minimizing the effects of postpartum hemorrhage include identifying and correcting anemia before delivery. Being aware of the mother's beliefs about blood transfusions, and eliminating routine episiotomy. Reexamination of the patient's vital signs and vaginal flow before leaving the delivery area may help detect slow, steady bleeding. The best preventive strategy is active management of the third stage of labor to prevent one case of postpartum hemorrhage. Hospital guidelines encouraging this practice have resulted in significant reductions in the incidence of massive hemorrhage. Active management, which involves administering an uterotonic drug with or soon after the delivery of the anterior shoulder, controlled cord traction, and, usually, early cord clamping and cutting. Decreases the risk of postpartum hemorrhage and shortens the third stage of labor with no significant increase in the risk of retained placenta. Compared with expectant management, in which the placenta is allowed to separate spontaneously aided only by gravity or nipple stimulation. Active management decreases the incidence of postpartum hemorrhage by 68 percent.

  35. hard things gets so easy…ty

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