Quantitative Blood Loss Exercise

Green Clock Hours: 0.50

This case-based module places you into clinical scenarios where you will make decisions about the appropriate handling of a patient situation. The purpose of this module is to review and reinforce training, keeping your skills sharp and patients safe. Throughout each scenario, you will be asked questions about your decisions. Your answer choices will not be scored, and you will not receive a report. You can move freely throughout the module and visit earlier sections without losing progress on previously answered questions. You can revisit this module in the future as many times as you would like.

Obstetric hemorrhage (OH) is a leading cause of maternal deaths worldwide, accounting for 17.4 deaths per 100,000 live births in the United States in 2018 (Department of Health and Human Services 2020). Most of these deaths are likely preventable with early recognition, prompt diagnosis, and aggressive medical, surgical, and blood component therapy management.

This supplemental module aims to review OH and apply essential content in several clinical scenarios to highlight an important Clinical Pearl:

Early recognition of excessive obstetric blood loss is facilitated when the technique of quantitative blood loss is utilized with all deliveries, rather than relying on visually based estimated blood loss.



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Course Description

This case-based module places you into clinical scenarios where you will make decisions about the appropriate handling of a patient situation. The purpose of this module is to review and reinforce training, keeping your skills sharp and patients safe. Throughout each scenario, you will be asked questions about your decisions. Your answer choices will not be scored, and you will not receive a report. You can move freely throughout the module and visit earlier sections without losing progress on previously answered questions. You can revisit this module in the future as many times as you would like.

Obstetric hemorrhage (OH) is a leading cause of maternal deaths worldwide, accounting for 17.4 deaths per 100,000 live births in the United States in 2018 (Department of Health and Human Services 2020). Most of these deaths are likely preventable with early recognition, prompt diagnosis, and aggressive medical, surgical, and blood component therapy management.

This supplemental module aims to review OH and apply essential content in several clinical scenarios to highlight an important Clinical Pearl:

Early recognition of excessive obstetric blood loss is facilitated when the technique of quantitative blood loss is utilized with all deliveries, rather than relying on visually based estimated blood loss.



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