Management of post-partum hemorrhage. Reflections after 50 years | 60862
Journal of Women's Health Care

Journal of Women's Health Care
Open Access

ISSN: 2167-0420


Management of post-partum hemorrhage. Reflections after 50 years

14th World Congress on Women Health and Prenatal Care

September 13, 2022 | Webinar

Nicholas Pairaudeau

University of Toronto, Canada

Keynote: J Women's Health Care

Abstract :

As a reflection on the management of Post-Partum Hemorrhage, and after 50 years of birth and delivery experience as an Obstetrician, originally from the UK, but most of my professional life in Canada, and having spent the last few years reviewing research, opinion papers, conferences and personal networking, there seems to be the need for some more focus on what really matters in different environments for Post-Partum Hemorrhage or PPH. This project has been constructed to be a framework for education in managing PPH, QA review, and having access to up to date current data on the management. In the background is the EDC “Every drop counts”, and this is included in the delivery slide and its hyperlink. Can we do better? We are all aware of the seriousness of this condition. At the excellent meeting of The Birth 6th edition Virtual Congress 2020 October 1-3, it seemed to me to be a good idea to compliment the 4Ts, with the 6 Ds for PPH management in real time and later for review. The 6 Ds focus on the aspects that surround PPH. From the antecedent factors to the issues of a full blown PPH, to recognize the problem early, and start treatment immediately. A standard program with easy access of all aspects of PPH could be very helpful. The program could be accessed using a cloud-based environment during or after the event, so anyone with a receiving device, smart phone, tablet and or desktop would have the opportunity of using this program.
The 6 ds are:
1. Delivery
2. Drugs
3. Devices
4. Display
5. Documentation
6. Debriefing

Biography :

Nicholas Pairaudeau's practice interests are Obstetrics, Gynecology with an emphasis on minimally invasive procedures, family planning, and Infertility. He is an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto. He has been a Specialist Obstetrician and Gynecologist at North York General Hospital since 1976.

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