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Indian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Research

A study to assess the use oftranexamic acid intraoperative & post cesarean section to reduce blood loss

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Author Details : Fatima Zahra Shaik Mohd, Juveria Jahangir*

Volume : 7, Issue : 1, Year : 2020

Article Page : 42-45

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Introduction: The connection between cesarean bleeding is comprehended both during and after C.
section. The post-partum bleeding remains the principle reason of maternal complications. This
investigation was directed to assess the impact and wellbeing of tranexamic acid to de crease cesarean
blood loss (LSCS) and any reactions.
Materials and Methods: Normal 100 women planned cesarean were analyzed somewhere in the range of
37 and 40 weeks. They were partitioned into two groups. The main group 50 individuals received 1 gm IV
of tranexamic acid before 15 min of caesarean and the control set of 50 individuals didn’t get tranexamic
Results: The patient age, tallness, weight, gestational age in the two gatherings were comparative,
measurably same. Haemoglobin fell marginally after labour in the two gatherings, however no measurable
distinction between the two gatherings was watched. There were no thrombosis events in the investigation.
Tranexamic acid drops the blood loss from the minute the placenta was conveyed to 2 hours after labour (P
<0> Conclusion: Tranexamic acid assumes a powerful job in diminishing blood loss during LSCS without
making an unfavourable response. Hence, it tends to be utilized viably to diminish maternal bleeding
during LSCS.

Keywords: Blood loss, Child Labour labor, After C section, Tranexamic acid.

Doi : 10.18231/j.ijogr.2020.009

How to cite : Mohd F Z S, Jahangir J, A study to assess the use oftranexamic acid intraoperative & post cesarean section to reduce blood loss. Indian J Obstet Gynecol Res 2020;7(1):42-45

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