UCSF’s Safe Motherhood Program and colleagues have tested a novel approach to manage postpartum hemorrhage: ‘secondary prevention/early treatment’ using misoprostol to treat only women with above average bleeding. This study demonstrates secondary prevention/early treat
New research on measuring the quality of intrapartum and immediate postpartum care calls Professor Suellen Miller’s work on high mortality in poor quality EmONC settings groundbreaking. Read the article by Tripathi et al here, and find the original article by Professor Miller h
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Two new articles on the NASG have been released in Reproductive Health 12:26: an editorial co-authored by Safe Motherhood director, Professor Suellen Miller, and a systematic review of the evidence of the impact of the NASG on reducing maternal mortality. Read the editorial and the re
A joint partnership announced today between the UN Commission on Life-Saving Commodities for Women and Children, the Clinton Health Access Initiative, Inc., the Safe Motherhood Program at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), and the Blue Fuzion Group will reduce the cos
A new article on use of NASG in High Resource Settings: Using “sandwich technique” of NASG/Lifewrap and internal uterine compression balloon. Interesting, life-saving strategy to use with DIC. Read the article, “Nonpneumatic Antishock Garment Combined with Bakri Ball
CMQCC announces new PPH Toolkit (www.cmqcc.org), that includes NASG as a technology. Originally produced in 2010, the Toolkit has been completely revised. Professor Miller has served on the Hemorrhage Toolkit Task Force since its inception.
Researchers from Guy’s and St. Thomas’ and King’s College London have developed the Microlife Vital Signs Alert (VSA), a handheld device that measures blood pressure and pulse to calculate the risk of shock. Professor Suellen Miller of the Safe Motherhood Program advised the team dur