Identification of Postpartum Hemorrhage Risk Factors and Quantified Blood Loss after Vaginal Deliveries
The objective of this study is to identify risk factors related to postpartum hemorrhage and QBL after vaginal deliveries. Current practice is to assess every vaginal delivery patient at PRMC FBC for postpartum hemorrhage risk factors on admission, with assessments, and PRN. QBL is obtained on all vaginal deliveries for the 2-hour recovery period and then PRN nursing judgement during the postpartum inpatient hospital stay. This study will further investigate which risk factors lead to higher QBL after vaginal deliveries.
PI: Lisa Smith, MSN, RN, NP-C, AGCNS-BC, RNC-OB
Smith, Lisa MSN, RN, NP-C, AGCNS-BC, RNC-OB, "Identification of Postpartum Hemorrhage Risk Factors and Quantified Blood Loss after Vaginal Deliveries" (2020). Nursing Active Studies. 20.
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