Postpartum haemorrhage-non inflammatory anti shock garment-review article


NASG is not a definitive treatment the woman will still need to have the source of bleeding found and definitive therapy performed. The NASG can remain in place during any vaginal procedure and the abdominal segment can be opened for surgery. Removal of the NASG occurs only when the source of bleeding is treated, the woman has been haemodynamically stable for at least two hours, and blood loss is less than 50 mL/hour.

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