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Obstetric vs Gynecological Priorities in Treating Acute Excessive Vaginal Bleeding

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Obstetric vs Gynecological Priorities in Treating Acute Excessive Vaginal Bleeding
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    Current clinical definitions and terminology for vaginal bleeding often fail to clarify frequency, duration, and volume. Moreover, standards of treatment sometimes differ between obstetric and gynecological points of view. Taken together, the risks for misclassifying and mistreating women with acute excessive vaginal bleeding are preventably high.

    Joining host Ana Maria Rosario at Omnia Education's Women's Health Annual Visit in Pasadena, CA to discuss key considerations for acute excessive vaginal bleeding is Dr. Anita Nelson, Professor Emeritus at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.

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    Current clinical definitions and terminology for vaginal bleeding often fail to clarify frequency, duration, and volume. Moreover, standards of treatment sometimes differ between obstetric and gynecological points of view. Taken together, the risks for misclassifying and mistreating women with acute excessive vaginal bleeding are preventably high.

    Joining host Ana Maria Rosario at Omnia Education's Women's Health Annual Visit in Pasadena, CA to discuss key considerations for acute excessive vaginal bleeding is Dr. Anita Nelson, Professor Emeritus at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.

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