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This question is difficult to answer because risk discussions are individualized. Instead of answering, I will point you to reliable resources to guide your discussion with your OB. One great source of pooled evidence is UpToDate. I would also recommend reading articles from ACOG and AAFP, professional organizations that are going to be impartial as ...


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From the description, the instrument you are looking for should be a bipolar coagulation forceps. ref: medicalexpo It is used to stop bleeding by coagulation of smaller vessels, bigger one will still have to be closed by e.g. a ligature. It's part of the instruments used in the Electrosurgery, which uses high-frequency alternating polarity, typically in ...


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Please note that you have not gived a definition for your numbers. 15,000 platelets per µL? mL? L? It matters. 50,000/L is much different than 50,000/µL. Thrombocytopenia is not uncommon during pregnancy, and, as in non-pregnancy related cases, results from diverse causes. Without awareness of the cause(s) (i.e. knowing which tests she has undergone and the ...


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