viernes, 27 de noviembre de 2015

Hemorragia obstétrica/Obstetric hemorrhage

Noviembre 27, 2015. No. 2158

Manejo hemostático de la hemorragia obstétrica
Haemostatic management of obstetric haemorrhage.
Anaesthesia. 2015 Jan;70 Suppl 1:78-86, e27-8. doi: 10.1111/anae.12913.
Abstract
The haemostatic management of major obstetric haemorrhage remains challenging, and current published guidance relies heavily on experience from the non-pregnant population and expert opinion. In recent years, an interest in the implications of relative hypofibrinogenaemia, point-of-care monitoring of coagulation abnormalities, and the potential to give goal-directed therapy to correct coagulopathies, have created the possibility of significantly challenging and changing guidance. There is evidence that the haemostatic impairment in the pregnant population is different from trauma-induced bleeding, and the type and rate of onset of coagulopathies differ depending on the underlying cause. This review examines areas such as possible intervention points, describes evidence for over-transfusion of fresh frozen plasma in some situations and challenges conventional thinking on formulaic management. It also examines the rationale for other therapeutic options, including fibrinogen concentrate and tranexamic acid
Avances médicos en el tratamiento de la hemorragia postparto
Medical advances in the treatment of postpartum hemorrhage.
Anesth Analg. 2014 Nov;119(5):1140-7. doi: 10.1213/ANE.0000000000000450.
Abstract
Postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) is a leading cause of maternal mortality worldwide. Recent advances in the management of severe bleeding for trauma patients may provide insight into PPH management, but must be applied with caution considering the significant differences between trauma and obstetric patients. In this review, we summarized evidence for current management strategies for patients with major obstetric hemorrhage, including (1) rapid laboratory assessment of coagulopathy, (2) early transfusion of plasma and high plasma-to-red blood cell transfusion ratios in massive PPH, and (3) use of tranexamic acid and fibrinogen concentrates in the setting of PPH complicated by coagulopathy.
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