The whole body change the blood! 4 hours to save the maternal postpartum hemorrhage

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 The whole body change the blood! 4 hours to save the maternal postpartum hemorrhage


Rong Rong, 29, was pregnant this time. At 2:23 p.m. on April 18th, Rong Rong delivered a full-term baby girl in delivery room, Danyang Peoples Hospital. But at 2:33 in the afternoon, there was a lot of vaginal bleeding after the placenta was delivered. Not good, maternal bleeding more than! In the delivery room, the joy of having a second child has not yet dissipated, and the atmosphere of emergency rescue is immediately permeated. Doctors and nurses immediately put pressure on uterus, Xin Mu Pei muscle injection, oxytocin intravenous drip, opening two ways of venous channel, ECG monitoring and other measures. However, the bleeding of patients was turbulent, and the amount of bleeding within 15 minutes reached 1500ml. I received a phone call at 2:48 p.m. in the outpatient department. After a small run, 2 minutes came to the delivery room, Yan Yunhua, the director of Obstetrics and Gynecology, told the reporter that when she saw the patient, the patient had appeared irritable, pale, cold sweating, chest tightness and panic and other shock performance. Blood pressure, once the lowest to 70/40mmhg. Yan Yunhua introduced, seeing this situation, they immediately started the postpartum hemorrhage emergency plan. Anesthesiology, blood and other related departments quickly arrived. Then, three routes were opened, and positive blood transfusion, fluid replacement and anti shock treatment were performed. After positive symptomatic rescue, the blood pressure of patients recovered to 105/70mmhg, and vital signs improved. However, bedside ultrasound showed that there was more blood in the uterine cavity, and the amount of bleeding reached 3100ml at 5 p.m., and there was still a small amount of vaginal bleeding. Fortunately, the operation is successful, and vaginal bleeding is effectively controlled. At 6:45 that night, the pregnant woman returned to the critical and critical resuscitation room, and the vital signs gradually stabilized. This article is from Jiangsu, China: Zhu Xiaodong, _NBJS6126 editor in charge of Wan Lingyun. I received a phone call at 2:48 p.m. in the outpatient department. After a small run, 2 minutes came to the delivery room, Yan Yunhua, the director of Obstetrics and Gynecology, told the reporter that when she saw the patient, the patient had appeared irritable, pale, cold sweating, chest tightness and panic and other shock performance. Blood pressure, once the lowest to 70/40mmhg. Yan Yunhua introduced, seeing this situation, they immediately started the postpartum hemorrhage emergency plan. Anesthesiology, blood and other related departments quickly arrived. Then, three routes were opened, and positive blood transfusion, fluid replacement and anti shock treatment were performed. After positive symptomatic rescue, the blood pressure of patients recovered to 105/70mmhg, and vital signs improved. However, bedside ultrasound showed that there was more blood in the uterine cavity, and the amount of bleeding reached 3100ml at 5 p.m., and there was still a small amount of vaginal bleeding. Fortunately, the operation is successful, and vaginal bleeding is effectively controlled. At 6:45 that night, the pregnant woman returned to the critical and critical resuscitation room, and the vital signs gradually stabilized.