Active management of the third stageof labor for the prevention of postpartum haemorrhage

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Obstetric haemorrhage remains a main cause of maternal morbidity and mortality. A hospital-based, individually randomized controlled study was proposed. 1095 women delivering vaginally in Kemerovo Perinatal Center were examined. Absence of controlled cord tractions hasn’t significant effect on amount of blood loss in the III stage, and frequency of PPH, in usage of additional uterotonics, postpartum hemoglobin levels, frequency of manual removal of placenta.

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Natalya Vladimirovna Artymuk

Kemerovo State Medical Academy

Email: artymuk@gmail.com
PhD, Professor, Head of Ob/Gyn Department N 2.

Mariya Nikolayevna Surina

Kemerovo State Medical Academy

Email: masha_surina@mail.ru
Postgraduate student of Ob/Gyn Department N 2

Tatyana Yuryevna Marochko

Kemerovo State Medical Academy

Email: marochko.2006.68@mail.ru
Ass. Professor of Ob/Gyn Department N 2

Natalya Borisovna Kolesnikova

Regional clinical perinatal center of name L.A. Reshetova

Email: kolesnikovanb@rambler.ru
deputy director State budgetary institution of health care of the Kemerovo region

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