Anemia in Pregnancy and Risk of Blood Transfusion
ACOG ePoster. Scholz R. Apr 27, 2018; 211528; 11C
Rob Scholz
Rob Scholz
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Introduction: A third of women have antepartum anemia, potentially leading to maternal and neonatal morbidity and mortality. Allogenic blood transfusion is often an appropriate treatment. Available evidence suggests antepartum correction may decrease postpartum transfusion volumes. This retrospective cohort study investigated the relationship between anemia at mid-trimester (24-28 weeks or third trimester) and estimated blood loss (EBL) and transfusion at delivery.

Methods: All deliveries between January 2014 and March 2015 at our institution were eligible for inclusion. Exclusion criteria included delivery
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