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(Pages Per Hour) Measures printing speed.
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That decision was upheld last August by a district judge, and PPH appealed to the Iowa Supreme Court.
Cost wise, if we had doctors and a fully staffed hospital at PPH, this would ease the load on paramedics who are doing a great job.
The direct reasons as to why women die were PPH, ecclampsia, and infections among others.
Recently a term the "golden hour" is applicable in the management of primary PPH. The golden hour is the time at which resuscitation must be commenced to ensure the best chance of survival.
PPH may be aggravated by pre-existing anaemia and, in such instances, the loss of a smaller volume of blood may still result in adverse clinical sequelae5.
If all of the above are in a 'PPH box', time will not be wasted searching for items during an emergency, and the completeness of the items can be more easily checked on a daily basis.
The exclusion criteria for patient selection were determined as follows; unregular antenatal visits, lack of delivery data, absence of first trimester Hb values, age <16 and >40 years, multiple pregnancies, congenital malformations, pregnancies with history of diabetes mellitus, hepatic and renal failure, thyroid diseases, any uterine malformations, previous complicated pregnancy, alcohol and cigarette use, any prior placental abnormalities and PPH. Demographic characteristics of the study population such as age, gravida, parity, and gestational age at delivery and birth weight were recorded.
The factors affecting maternal and neonatal outcomes for cases involving VBAC, especially with regards to postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) and fetal distress, were evaluated by univariate analysis and multivariable logistic regression.
2000; Cable 2002; DeLia 2003; Basu, Thumula, and Mobley 2012); obtaining the national PPH rate has been challenging due to high rates of misclassification and incompleteness of Hispanic ethnicity data.
Based on transpulmonary pressure gradient (TPG = mPAP--PAWP), pulmonary hypertension due to left heart disease (PH-LHD) could be classified into two groups: passive PH (PPH; TPG < 12 mmHg) and reactive PH (RPH, also known as the out of proportion PH; TPG [greater than or equal to] 12 mmHg).