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Antepartum haemorrhage is bleeding after the 24th week of pregnancy and before the birth of the baby and is always a serious complication.
Intrapartum haemorrhage occurs during labour and may be life threatening for both mother and baby, necessitating emergency measures to deliver the baby.
Educator: Kara WilliamsView full details
1. Identify potential causes and risk factors for antenatal haemorrhage; 2. Discuss appropriate management for antenatal haemorrhage; 3. Describe the role in midwifery care during and following an antepartum haemorrhage.
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