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Objectives: to describe clinical and evolutive characteristics of postpartum hemorrhage and its treatment in CHU Tokoin hospital of Lome. All patients with genital bleeding over ml after vaginal delivery or ml blood loss after cesarean section was include Results: 38 patients were including. The mean age was 30 years extremes: 15 and49 years. The frequency of Postpartum hemorrhage was 1. Thirty per cent of patients present shock symptoms.

Hysterectomy In this emergency context only group blood ABO and Rhesus determination Crystalloid, colloid, globular sediment and fresh frozen plasma were used. Seventy three percent and Evolution was unfavourable, with death in 5 cases.

Conclusion: Although postpartum hemorrhage is the main maternal mortality cause in the world, its death level is extremely high in Togo more than a lot of developing countries. AJOL and the millions of African and international researchers who rely on our free services are deeply grateful for your contribution.

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Postpartum haemorrhage PPH is a major contributor to maternal morbidity and mortality in France. The objective of our study was to reveal predictive factors of severity or cure, allowing an adapted management as less invasive as possible, in case of severe PPH. The predictive factors found for an invasive management surgery or embolization are: at clinical examination, heart rate 88 versus pulses per minute , importance of bleeding and the tonicity of the uterine globe. At biological examination, they are haemoglobin level 9 versus 8. The identified cure factors are the same ones as severity factors. In case of severe haemorrhage, there may be the question of transfer of the patient. The difficulty is to avoid unnecessary transport, without delay for the future care.

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