PP Hemorrhage CP

PP Hemorrhage CP - ASSESSMENT Subjective: Halos ilang...

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ASSESSMENT DIAGNOSIS INFERENCE PLANNING INTERVENTION RATIONALE EVALUATION Subjective: “Halos ilang linggo na ako nakapanganak pero malakas pa rin ang pagdurugo ko ” ( I’m still bleeding heavily after weeks of giving birth ) as verbalized by patient. Objective: Restlessness Confusion. Irritability. V/S taken as follows: T: 36.8 P: 105 R: 24 Bp: 100/70 Risk for ineffective tissue perfusion related to hemorrhage. Postpartum hemorrhage is defined as a loss of blood in the postpartum period of more than 500 mL. The average, spontaneous vaginal birth will typically have a 500 mL blood loss. In cesarean births the average blood loss rises to 800-1000 mL. There is a greater risk of hemorrhage in the first 24 hours after the birth, called primary postpartum hemorrhage. A secondary hemorrhage occurs after the first 24 hours of birth. In the majority of cases the cause of hemorrhage is uterine atony, meaning that the uterus is not contracting enough to control the bleeding at the
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