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The B-Lynch And Other Uterine Compression Suture Techniques

M.S. Allam, and C. B-Lynch

International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics – Volume 89, Issue 3 , June 2005, Pages 236-241

Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, South Glasgow University Hospitals, Glasgow, UK
Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Milton Keynes General Hospital, Oxford Deanery, UK

Received 5 January 2005;  revised 28 January 2005;  accepted 4 February 2005.  Available online 19 April 2005 amazon video app herunterladen.

Postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) remains among the 5 main causes of maternal death in developing and developed countries, and uterine atony is the most common cause (75–90%) of primary PPH latest android version. Uterine compression sutures running through the full thickness of both uterine walls (posterior as well as anterior) have recently been described for surgical management of atonic PPH icloud fotos downloaden nieuwe iphone. Christopher B-Lynch was the first to highlight this revolutionary principle, and other uterine compression suture techniques have since been described by Hayman and Cho herunterladen.

Step-by-step description of the B-Lynch brace suture and discussion of the current compression suture techniques.

The different uterine suture techniques have proved to be valuable and safe alternatives to hysterectomy in the control of massive PPH, and the present review can make the surgeon better aware of their effective use and the risks they may entail adobe shockwave downloaden.

Keywords: B-Lynch; Uterine compression sutures

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