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Is There A Large Blood Loss During The Bcir Surgery
No.: The barnett continent intestinal reservoir is a type of permanent ileostomy for patients with inflammatory bowel disease which does not require wearing a bag. Like any intestinal surgery, some blood loss is common. However, it is rare to require a blood transfusion. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Generally, blood loss is a term most commonly referring to bleeding. Blood loss can occur rapidly, due to trauma, or can occur slowly, as seen in diseases of the stomach or intestinal tract. Blood loss could refer to blood disorders that cause anemias, as seen in autoimmune disorders ...Read more
How long will it take for my symptoms of anemia (headache and dizziness) to go away? My anemia was caused by blood loss from a miscarriage and surger
If a patient loses 50ml of blood during surgery, would that require a blood transfusion? How much blood loss must occur to require a blood transfusion
Generally, No: However, it all depends on what the patient's hemoglobin/hematocrit was prior to surgery. If the patient was already anemic and was losing blood fast, then perhaps the anesthesiologist would order a unit of blood. Whether or not a transfusion is necessary depends on the individual's hemoglobin/hematocrit level more than how much blood is lost. Some people have a lot to spare, and others none. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
25%: 25% of all maternal deaths are due to hemorrhaging related to pregnancy. The frequency depends on where the mother is deliverying or receiving care. The rate is higher in third world countries more than in advanced care countries where blood transfusions, surgery and anesthesia are readily available. ...Read more
Depends: For a vaginal delivery the average blood loss is around 500 cc. That is a little more than is usually given when someone donates a unit of blood. For a cesarean delivery the average loss is about twice as much (1000 cc). Pregnancy causes a woman's blood volume to expand about 2000 cc to 2500 cc, so there is adequate volume to accomodate even greater blood loss with delivery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Months!: The life of a red blood cell is 120 days. Old red blood cells are replaced with new red blood cells every 120 day. If you lose blood after delivery or due to surgery, it will take months for your red blood cell count to catch up and make up for that blood loss. It is probably a good idea to talk to your dr about taking an iron supplement to help support the making of new red blood cells. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possible: It would certainly be possible, particularly if there were an underlying bleeding disorder. ...Read more
Hi Doctor..This s Prakash.My age is 18..I have a little blood loss during motion..It is repeated 3 times,for the last 3 days,Even today..I m so Scare?
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