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Oxytocin and misoprostol versus oxytocin alone in reduction of blood loss in emergency caesarean section in Mulago Hospital Uganda, RCT
(Makerere University, 2011-05)
Background: The commonest cause of excessive bleeding at caesarean section is uterine atony. Bolus oxytocin is usually given to prevent uterine atony but mothers undergoing emergency caesarean section for required additional ...
Uterotonic efficacy of oxytocin 2.5 versus 10 units during caesarean section at mulago hospital: a double blinded clinical trial.
(Makerere University, 2011)
Introduction: Oxytocin is routinely administered during Caesarean section Delivery (C/S) to initiate and maintain adequate uterine tone (UT) and reduce blood loss after placenta delivery. Oxytocin is however associated ...