intrapartum hemorrhage

in·tra·par·tum hem·or·rhage

a hemorrhage occurring in the course of normal labor and delivery.
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in·tra·par·tum hem·or·rhage

(in'tră-pahr'tŭm hem'ŏr-ăj)
Hemorrhage occurring in the course of normal labor and delivery.
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Placenta praevia can have serious adverse consequences for both mother and baby, including an increased risk of maternal and neonatal mortality, fetal growth restriction leading to preterm delivery, antenatal and intrapartum hemorrhage, and women may require a blood transfusion or even an emergency hysterectomy1.
Compared to immediate delivery, expectant management was associated with a higher likelihood of antepartum or intrapartum hemorrhage (RR=0.6; 95% CI, 0.4-0.9; P=.02; number needed to harm [NNH]=50) and intrapartum fever (RR=0.4; 95% CI, 0.2-0.9; P=.02; NNH=100).