Menstrual and fertility outcomes following the surgical management of postpartum haemorrhage: a systematic review
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Next #BlueJC starts Monday 16 Dec 13.15GMT at the RCOG annual academic meeting, paper free to view: http://t.co/yhOwk5k39s

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#BlueJC today at 13.15 GMT on the following free to view paper: http://t.co/VFyDRzzZCR

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Does surgical management of severe postpartum hemorrhage change fertility risk? http://t.co/MLeciub2iQ

産科出血に対する手術、IVR術後の月経、妊孕性についてのシステマティックレビュー。塞栓術、devascularisation、子宮圧迫縫合、いずれも悪影響なしと。これで十分とは言えないが、患者に提供できるデータかな。BJOG誌よりhttp://t.co/fzcT3STOki

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2 JP 16%
2 US 16%
Unknown 33%
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Members of the public 4 66%
Practitioners (doctors, other healthcare professionals) 1 16%
Science communicators (journalists, bloggers, editors) 1 16%
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Unknown 75%
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Medicine 3 100%
Readers by professional status Count As %
Doctoral Student 1 33%
Researcher (at an Academic Institution) 1 33%
Ph.D. Student 1 33%
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