‘Extra’ vigilance and precautions to manage post-surgery complications

Issue - December - 2023, Posted On:   01 December 2023
The patient, with a bad obstetric history, was due to deliver her second child. She was admitted at the hospital. Tests reported abnormal epithelial cells and motile bacteria. The doctor performed LSCS, a healthy baby girl was delivered.

The mother’s condition deteriorated soon thereafter. She developed high blood pressure and her urine output stopped completely. Eventually, the critical patient was shifted to a higher centre for better management.
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