Rural Medicine: Catastrophic Vaginal Bleeding

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Nurses Edition Commentary

Lisa Chavez, RN and Kathy Garvin, RN
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Ian L., Dr -

A discussion with an experienced Oand G practitioner who worked in the Emergency Australian Rural System : suggested intra cervical delivered oxytocin and sponge forceps to remove died foetal and other residual tissue .
In his experience lives can be saved .
Interested in the views of the Panel and other emergency 0 and G's .

Vanessa C. -

Really interesting tip about the intra-cervical oxytocin. Did he say how to administer it? Love rural medicine hacks! Definitely interested to hear experiences of others. Thanks for listening :)

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