Dr. Sarbeswar Mandal
West Bengal Medical Education Services, India
Aims and Objectives: With modification s during caesarean delivery minimized or control fatal obstetrics hemorrhage.
Type of Study: Clinical, interventional, prospective, randomized controlled Trial (RCT).
Place, Duration and Sample Size:- In the Dep’t of G and O, IPGME&R-SSKM Hospital Kolkata, West Bengal, India, More than one(1) year.
Methods and Materials: After getting ethics approval, more than one hundred (100 Cases) ante-partum hemorrhage patients selected, randomized and allowed into two groups for management point of view by Caesarean delivery like Gr.A (N=50)=CASES- MODIFICATIONS. Gr. B (N=50) =CONTROLS – CONVENTIONAL.
Results and Analysis: The results of individual group (Gr.A&Gr.B) assessed (Pry and Sec. outcomes), analyzed, and represented with statistical significant accordingly showed better in modifications (Gr-A-CASES) which achieved 100% success to control fatal obstetric hemorrhage with zero mortality.
Conclusion: To minimize and or eliminate maternal and newborn mortality or morbidity during caesarean section in APH always perform by MODIFICATIONS techniques.
Key Word: APH-Caesarean Section- Modifications-Decreased-MMR&IMR.