1 History of surgical remedies for obstetrical uterine hemorrhage 2 Uterine compression sutures for atonic bleeding 3 Double compression sutures 4 Vertical compression sutures with contrivances 5 Pain control after compression sutures 6 Critical Obstetrical Hemorrhage
This book offers a highly informative guide to surgical remedies for massive hemorrhage and the management of consumptive coagulopathy during cesarean section. Featuring extensive illustrations and videos coupled with detailed anatomical figures to offer readers vivid insights, it discusses the history of uterine hemostatic methods and explains their evolution and the benefits of using compression sutures. Further, it addresses the treatment of consumptive coagulopathy with massive hemorrhage, which can be complicated during cesarean section.
It is broadly known that ligation of the internal iliac artery is not always effective in hemostasis of uterine bleeding: the success rate of hemostasis is only 40-60%, because uterine blood flow during pregnancy differs considerably from the normal flow. Moreover, the number of complex collateral arteries formed during pregnancy make the situation more complicated, especially in the case of placenta previa.
This book introduces new clinical practice guidelines for critical obstetrical hemorrhage, helping obstetricians successfully manage consumptive coagulopathy. It offers a new and indispensable reference guide for all obstetricians, not only for residents, but also for experienced practitioners
Dr. Satoru Takeda, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Juntendo University Faculty of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan
Dr. Shintaro Makino, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Juntendo University Faculty of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan