Perinatal Emergencies in Sapporo Medical College
Abnormal bleeding can occur quite suddenly during delivery, which can easily cause hypovolemic shock, thus threatening the maternal and neonatal lives. This paper presents some of our findings from perinatal emergencies in our clinic.
KeywordsUterine Rupture Hypovolemic Shock Amniotic Fluid Embolism Sapporo Medical College Abnormal Bleeding
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