Effectiveness of B-lynch suture technique for treatment of high risk women for postpartum haemorrhage at Liaquat Medical University Hospital Hyderabad.
Postpartum haemorrhage (PPH) is an incident in pregnant women and due to this reason women are delivered by vaginally or cesarean section. Globally most of the women die due to this significant reason. Several methods are being used to prevent hysterectomy when “uterotonic” drugs are fail in the management of postpartum haemorrhage. Objectives: To determine the effectiveness of B-lynch suture technique for treatment of high risk women with postpartum haemorrhage at Liaquat medical University Hospital Hyderabad. Study Design: Descriptive cases series. Setting: Department of the obstetric/Gynaecolgoy at Liaquat University hospital Hyderabad. Period: 6 months from 1st January to 30th June 2018. Material & Methods: There were fifty patients who were found high risk for PPH on history and clinical examination was included in this study. A detailed medical history and base line equitable investigation was done. They were operated irrespective of the surgical procedure by which B-Lynch suture technique was applied. Effectiveness was noted and all other data was entered on predesigned proforma attached with. Results: The average age of the patients was 31.54±6.54 years and Average blood loss the PPH patients were 931.38±32.994 ml. Effectiveness of B-lynch suture technique for treatment of high risk women with postpartum haemorrhage was 88% as presented. Conclusion: In this study we found that “B-Lynch suture” technique is safe and effective for the management of postpartum hemorrhage.