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The aim of this article is to analyze 59 cases in which the immediate response team ERI was implemented in patient with obstetric hemorrhage. Results: 59 patients with the diagnosis of obstetric hemorrhage were studied. The mean age of patients was The main reason that originated the obstetric hemorrhage, was abruption placenta followed by uterine atony.
The place in which where the ERI was more frequently implemented was the expulsion room and in In Only one surgery was carried out in The Conclusions: According to the results obtained in this study the application of ERI was in a correct, integrated and standardized way.
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