PPH - Peripartale Blutung - Ge

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About this app

The content of this Application PPH App has been compiled with great care from a number of sources. The currently valid recommendations of the S2k guideline are presented on the basis of the level concept of the D-A-CH action algorithm (Germany - Austria - Switzerland).
For the sake of clarity, the stage concept (Step 1-4) of the D-A-CH action algorithm is deliberately retained.
For a quick clinical orientation, the same structure is followed in each step:

1) clinical symptoms
2) goal
3) general / operational measures
4) medication

The content of this Application PPH App was compiled with the greatest care.
The app developer is not liable for the correctness, completeness and topicality of the information and dose information presented in PPH App.
The author makes no claim to completeness, nor can the topicality, correctness and balance of the information presented be guaranteed.
The text alone must not be used as a basis for independent diagnosis and the beginning, modification or termination of a treatment of diseases.
The use of the evidence-based and empirically obtained information in the PPH app cannot guarantee the success of treatment for individual patients.
It should be noted that management pathways may lead to the use of coagulant substances that may not be approved for this indication in your country.
Indications, contraindications and warnings can be found in the specialist information applicable in the respective country.
Protected brand names (trademarks) are not always specifically identified. From this absence it cannot be concluded that it is a free trade name.
The content of this PPH app was created with care, modifying the illustration and recommending the Perioperative Coagulation Working Group of the ÖGARI on the subject of management of peripartum hemorrhage.
Recommendation of the ÖGARI Perioperative Coagulation Working Group on the topic:
Management of peripartum hemorrhage.

Feedback and correspondence:
Dr Pfanner Georg
Dr Müller-Muttonen
Updated on
Nov 10, 2019

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Informationen zum Blutungsmanagement bei Patientinnen mit peripartaler Blutung