Recognition and management of persistent postpartum haemorrhage; time to take timing seriously

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Chapter 1 


Part I. Women with postpartum haemorrhage: what issues to resolve?

Chapter 2

A total blood volume or more transfused during pregnancy or after childbirth: individual patient data from six international population-based observational studies

Chapter 3

Management of postpartum haemorrhage: how to improve maternal outcomes?

Part II. Women with postpartum haemorrhage: who is at risk of adverse outcome?


Chapter 4

Clinical characteristics and outcomes of women captured by extending the definition of severe postpartum haemorrhage with ‘refractoriness to treatment’: a cohort study abstract

Chapter 5

Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy and outcomes of persistent postpartum haemorrhage: a cohort study 

Part III. Women with postpartum haemorrhage: when and what to transfuse?


Chapter 6

Fluid resuscitation during persistent postpartum haemorrhage and maternal outcome: a nationwide cohort study abstract

Chapter 7

Association of timing of plasma transfusion with adverse maternal outcomes in women with persistent postpartum hemorrhage abstract

Chapter 8

The best timing of tranexamic acid administration for bleeding after trauma or childbirth remains to be established abstract

Chapter 9

Summary and General discussion