Exploring The Powers of Observation Pertaining to Post Partum Haemorrhage Conservative Management Using Compression Sutrures – Worldwide Benefits on Maternal Mortality (1997 – 2017)

  • Christopher B-Lynch


Postpartum haemorrhage (PPH) is a serious medical problem. Around 14,000,000 million cases occur annually worldwide. The reported case-fatality rate is 1% with an estimated number of 140,000 deaths happening each year, making postpartum haemorrhage the third highest direct cause of maternal deaths.1
The appliance of the science of observation has created innovation in lifestyle activities and medical development for many years. Sir Isaac Newton, Friedrich von Stradonitz, Alexandra Fleming and Edwin Hubble are some of the most notable examples of scientists that made major breakthroughs in science using the powers of observation.





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