Maternal Sepsis

Maternal sepsis is a severe bacterial infection, usually of the uterus (womb), which can occur in pregnant women or more commonly, in the days following childbirth. Infection that occurs just after childbirth is also known as puerperal sepsis.Maternal sepsis was once a common cause of maternal death but is now rare due to improved hygiene standards and effective antibiotics.

 

  • Early neonatal infection
  • Postpartum Haemorrhage
  • Hypertensive disorders

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