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How to Prevent and Manage Bleeding after Birth (Primary Postpartum Haemorrhage)

How to Prevent and Manage Bleeding after Birth (Primary Postpartum Haemorrhage)

How to Prevent and Manage Bleeding after Birth (Primary Postpartum Haemorrhage)

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Launch date: 29 Nov 2018
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Last updated: 14 Jan 2021

Reference: 192961

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Ms MARYCONCEPTA MUSYOKI BSc (12 Jan 2021)
very good
Ms MARYCONCEPTA MUSYOKI BSc (6 Jan 2021)
The topic has alot of important tips to help in management of pph
Ms ALICE WANJIRU BSc (28 Dec 2020)
really made me think

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Description

This film shows how to prevent and manage excessive bleeding after the delivery of a baby, otherwise known as primary postpartum haemorrhage (PPH).

Objectives

Prevent and manage excessive bleeding after the delivery of a baby
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to prevent and manage excessive bleeding after the delivery of a baby.
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Industry Specialists
on behalf of Medical Aid Films

Medical Aid Films grew out of the experiences of Midwife Fiona Laird, working in a refugee camp in Darfur in 2006. Seeing babies dying needlessly from tetanus due to their cord being cut with a dirty knife, she sought a way to share simple but life-saving information with health workers and mothers in the community.

Together with co-founders, Professor Eric Jauniaux and Dr Natalie Greenwold, they had the idea to create a simple animation to inform community members about basic care during delivery of a newborn baby — 10 Steps to a Clean Delivery. With that, Medical Aid Films was born.

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User Reviews (46)

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Ms MARYCONCEPTA MUSYOKI BSc (12 Jan 2021)
very good
Ms MARYCONCEPTA MUSYOKI BSc (6 Jan 2021)
The topic has alot of important tips to help in management of pph
Ms ALICE WANJIRU BSc (28 Dec 2020)
really made me think
JOSIAH ISAACK BSc (27 Dec 2020)
Good
Mr FELIX OUMA KECHN (24 Dec 2020)
good
Ms ANN MBUTHIA BSc (16 Dec 2020)
interesting
Ms CATHERINE ARACHI BSc (10 Dec 2020)
Educative
Ms PHANICE KEYA BSc (10 Dec 2020)
Informative
Miss MERCYLINE CHIMOLI BSc (4 Dec 2020)
informative
Ms Jonake Chowdhory Jonake Chowdhory (3 Dec 2020)
Thanks a lots.
Ms MONICAH MAINA BSc (2 Dec 2020)
good
Ms PRISCA RABUOGI BSc (28 Nov 2020)
Good refresher because I haven't worked in maternity unit for many years now
Ms TERESIA MBAABU BSc (27 Nov 2020)
good
Ms FAITH RONO BSc (25 Nov 2020)
very informative
Ms Most. Liza Khatun Most. Liza Khatun (20 Nov 2020)
It is the major cause of maternal morality in the world.
Ms Borna Rani Deb Borna Rani Deb (19 Nov 2020)
It is very important for me . I learn many things from this course.
Ms Smriti Rani Das Smriti Rani Das (19 Nov 2020)
Pph very critical moments of the mother.
Ms MELVINE OUYO BSc (11 Nov 2020)
very helpful refresher
Ms MARYJOY KAURA BSc (10 Nov 2020)
educative
Mr NAMUSEI LUVAHA BSc (8 Nov 2020)
best course
Ms Ayrin Naher (4 Nov 2020)
informative
Mr NICHOLAS MUTAI (2 Nov 2020)
Quite informative
Ms MERCY ASEYO BSc (31 Oct 2020)
good learning
CHARBEL MBURU BSc (30 Oct 2020)
Good
Ms Afsana Akter Afsana Akter (24 Oct 2020)
The video is very helpful for every medical person.
Ms JOYCE KOMEN BSc (16 Oct 2020)
very challenging
Mr ABDIHAKIM bare MOHAMED (13 Oct 2020)
Very helpful and informative course.
Mst.Shimu Akhtar Mst.Shimu Akhtar midwife (12 Oct 2020)
I am happy for this course.
Ms MARY MUISYO BSc (6 Oct 2020)
informative
Ms BEATRICE ORINAH BSc (30 Sep 2020)
tough..
Ms NAOMI MURAYA (30 Sep 2020)
good
Ms JANE KANIU BSc (29 Sep 2020)
Very informative
Ms ROBINA MURIITHI BSc (24 Sep 2020)
The module was very educative.
Mr FESTUS KIMUGE (21 Sep 2020)
VERY EDUCATIVE
Ms LYDIA RICHARD BSc (20 Sep 2020)
Educative
Ms LINET WAMALWA BSc (20 Sep 2020)
informative
Ms PATRICIAH MWANGI BSc (18 Sep 2020)
Fair
Ms CATHERINE KIMANI BSc (15 Sep 2020)
The content was helpful
Ms EMILITER MUTHOKA Krchn (10 Sep 2020)
Educative
FREDLICK KIURA BSc (10 Sep 2020)
Good
Mr NELSON KIPTOO KRCHN (10 Sep 2020)
Educative
Ms RUTH MOTANYA BSc (10 Sep 2020)
Very educational
Mr KIPKOECH ERICK BSc (10 Sep 2020)
Very educative
Ms Puja Bijoya Chakraborty Puja Bijoya Chakraborty (31 Aug 2020)
very good
Mrs Most. Taslima Khatun Most. Taslima Khatun (6 May 2020)
Very good knowledge for midwife and improve that skills ,and prevent maternity rate in Bangladesh.
Ms Lubna Begum Lubna Begum (19 Mar 2020)
Very good for midwifery knowledg. Primarypph 500ml blood loss in 24hours Firstlyidentified anemia&its correction rapidly Activemanagementof 3rd stage labour Given 10 unit oxytocin im Management pph by helping persona . With iv flui, repaired if tear found,if needed blood donated.

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