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Christopher B-Lynch

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B-Lynch Transverse Compression Suture

Monday, September 8th, 2014

Title: B-LYNCH TRANSVERSE COMPRESSION SUTURE FOR  PLACENTA PREVIA BLEEDING  Professor Christopher B-Lynch, Karenmarie K. Meyer FCOG MD  Dr Tahira A Javaid  ………….. …………. Abstract  Post Partum Haemorrhage is a serious condition.  It is well established that atonic uterus is a   major cause.  However, in some cases bleeding from placenta previa can be a serious cause. Currently, nothing […]

Uterine Compression Sutures For Postpartum Hemorrhage – Efficacy, Morbidity, And Subsequent Pregnancy

Sunday, April 22nd, 2012

Uterine Compression Sutures for Postpartum Hemorrhage – Efficacy, Morbidity, and Subsequent Pregnancy Thomas F. Baskett, MB From the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. ABSTRACT OBJECTIVE: To review the efficacy, morbidity, and subsequent pregnancy outcome after uterine compression sutures for severe postpartum hemorrhage. METHODS: A 7-year review (2000–2006) of all […]

Video Of An Operation Demonstrating The B-Lynch Suturing Technique

Friday, April 20th, 2012

Description of technique Video of an operation demonstrating the B-Lynch Suturing Technique Interview With Dr. Ronald A. Chez MD, Florida

Interview With Dr. Ronald A. Chez MD, Florida

Friday, April 20th, 2012

Chez: Do you test for the potential efficacy of the B-Lynch suture before you perform the technique? Lynch: Yes. First, I place the patient in the Lloyd Davies or lithotomy position. An assistant stands between the patient’s legs and intermittently swabs the vagina to determine the presence and extent of the bleeding. I then exteriorize […]

Description Of Technique

Friday, April 20th, 2012

The following steps are involved in the competent application of the B-Lynch suturing technique: The patient under general anaesthesia is catheterised and placed in the Lloyd Davies position for access to the vagina to assess the control of bleeding objectively by swabbing. The abdomen is opened by an appropriate sized Pfannenstiel incision or if the […]