Antepartum hemorrhage

antepartum haemorrhage: Bleeding from the uterus that occurs during pregnancy or early in labour but before birth.

Source: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare1

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antepartum haemorrhage: Bleeding from the uterus during a pregnancy in which the placenta appears to be normally situated, particularly after the 28th week and before the first stage of labour.

Source: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare2

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Antepartum hemorrhage: Significant maternal hemorrhage/bleed in the second half of pregnancy and prior to the birth of the baby.3

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Antepartum hemorrhage adverse event: A hemorrhage adverse event that has an outcome of bleeding from or in to the genital tract, occurring from 24 weeks of pregnancy and prior to the birth of the baby.4

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Antepartum Hemorrhage: Excessive blood loss prior to onset of labor.5

Types

Types may include:6

Types of Antepartum Hemorrhage:

  • First Trimester Antepartum Hemorrhage
  • Second Trimester Antepartum Hemorrhage
  • Third Trimester Antepartum Hemorrhage

Synonyms and Related Terms

Synonyms of Antepartum hemorrhage:

  • Antepartum haemorrhage
  • Prepartum haemorrhage
  • Prepartum hemorrhage
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Categories

Category of Antepartum hemorrhage:

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References

  1. Source: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare: aihw.gov.au/ reports-statistics/ population-groups/ mothers-babies/ glossary
  2. ibid.
  3. Source: Human Phenotype Ontology
  4. Source: OAE Ontology
  5. Source: NCI Thesaurus
  6. ibid.
  7. Source: Human Phenotype Ontology
  8. ibid.
  9. Source: CDC: cdc.gov/ reproductivehealth/ maternalinfanthealth/ pregcomplications.htm

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