The Mostafa Maged maneuver to prevent and control post-partum haemorrhage during normal vaginal delivery
Keywords:Mostafa Maged technique, Postpartum bleeding, Normal delivery, Atony
Atonic post-partum haemorrhage (PPH) is one of the most challenging complications of normal delivery process. There are many maneuvers applied to the atonic uterus for controlling the blood loss and conserving the uterus from hysterectomy process. There are pharmacological and surgical methods to control the bleeding. In this study, we introduce the Mostafa Maged technique to prevent and control post-partum bleeding during vaginal delivery. It is so simple and not-costly method.
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