Nursing Care Plan – Postpartum Hemorrhage

Liane Clores, RN

Currently an Intensive Care Unit nurse, pursuing a degree in Master of Arts in Nursing Major in Nursing Service Administration. Has been a contributor of Student Nurses Quarterly, Vox Populi, The Hillside Echo and the Voice of Nightingale publications. Other experience include: Medical-Surgical, Pediatric, Obstetric, Emergency and Recovery Room Nursing.

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40 Responses

  1. Veena BM says:

    Useful information. Thanks

  2. It actually happened exactly two weeks after I delivered.

  3. I went through this! Horrible experience. Thanx for sharing!

  4. Yah! PPH is one the of obstretric emergences,proper mx of third stage of labour may reduce risk for PPH.

  5. Pee Gee says:

    look for the causes of PPH …

  6. Joy Prz says:

    :-) ..verY proud to share that simple “nursing management” without researching on google or looking @ my notes (during those nursing college daYs) Each nurse should knw that simple management of “bleeding” BY HeaRt. ??? credits to all my instuctors Damiana Dionglay @ San Pablo Medical Center, SPC :;)

  7. Deepa Joshi says:

    Active management of third stage of labor .

  8. Latch the baby on to nurse or stimulate the nipples to cause uterine contractions.

  9. Joy Prz says:

    Applying cold compress on hypo gastric region.
    ..since ice/cold water is known as a “vasoconstictor” it will help lessen the bleeding :-)

  10. Rokiah Rani says:

    Remind me if working in labour room,very interesting and informative for nursing team.

  11. Sonya Jaynes says:

    Happened to me too post Caesarian, mass loss with uterine atony and a few weeks later with placenta fragments remaining. Thank god for the nurses! x

  12. Two times for me, one was only 1.5 litres but the other one was over 3.5 litres.

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