The Treatment of Placenta Previa

FRANK A. HIGGINS
1902 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
Physician to Out-Patients, Bo s t o n Lying-in Hospital; Assistant Visiting Physician for Di seasesof Women, Boston City 2 weeks, considerable 1 day, considerable during labor, no post-partum. Collapsed and died 12 hours after labor. Cask IV. At 7Í months. Considerable hemorrhage for 4 days. Condition poor ; marked pallor. Pulse 120. Primípara. Manual dilatation requiring only 9 minutes, version and extraction only 3 minutes, whole labor 9 minutes. No hemorrhage after delivery and placenta
more » ... y and placenta allowed to remain 1 hour. Died in 10
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