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I'm a little confused.I've downloaded Ch.3 and installed it, overwriting the ch.2 install I had before.However, after the MC goes to bed and the 'End of chapter 2' screen there's a brief scene with him and Kailey at breakfast and then it goes to a credits screen and then to the main menu.
The chapter 3 is final? or there will be more chapters in the future for this story? Considering downloading it but want to know further info? Maybe a possibly of 10, 20 or 30 chapters til the story is finished fully etc...
Implementation of quantitative assessment of blood loss includes the following two items: 1) use of direct measurement of blood loss (quantitative blood loss) and 2) protocols for collecting and reporting a cumulative record of blood loss postdelivery 25. The process for quantification of blood loss at the time of vaginal birth is slightly different than for cesarean birth. To collect all fluids lost during a vaginal birth, a calibrated under-buttocks drape is used, whereas a calibrated suction canister is used during a cesarean birth. In both instances, the volume of fluid collected before delivery of the placenta is largely composed of amniotic fluid and urine (in the case of a vaginal delivery only) and is subtracted from the total volume of fluid collected after completion of the birth to determine the volume of blood lost during birth. Additionally, the amount of any fluid used for irrigation during either type of birth is subtracted from this volume. Finally, total cumulative blood loss in milliliters is determined by adding the weight in grams of blood-soaked materials (eg, laparotomy sponges, 4 × 4 sponges, bedsheets, disposable underpads) minus the dry weight of those materials.
Objectives:Identify the etiology of stillbirth.Review the appropriate evaluation of stillbirth.Outline the management options available for stillbirth.Explain some team strategies to optimize care coordination and communication to advance the care provided for stillbirth and improve outcomes.Access free multiple choice questions on this topic.
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