Postpartum Haemorrhage (PPH) is commonly defined as a blood loss of 500 ml or more within 24 hours after birth. The purpose of this study was to find out the applicability and efficacy of MVA Syringe in management of PPH along with AMSTL in reducing the rate of PPH and the amount of blood loss during PPH.
Materials and Method: This study was done to assessthe effectiveness of manual aspiration method in addition to conventional methods for prevention and management of postpartum haemorrhage. The study population has been calculated by using G-power software which was determined to be 200 patients with 100 patients in each group. The student t-test and chi-square test was applied for comparison.
Results: In this study the age group of the patients varied between 25-39 years with maximum number of patients in25-30 years. This study is comparable to a study conducted by Dr. Samartha ram et al where they selected patients in the age group of 19-33 years.
Blood was significantly reduced with the use of MVA syringe in addition to the conventional method, AMTSL, With mean blood loss of 223 ml as compared to loss of 299.0 ml with the use of only conventional methods.
In a similar study by Samartha ram et al in 2014; bleeding stopped less than 4 minutes of application of cannula.
Conclusion:PPH is an obstetric emergency which every obstetrician has to face often unexpectedly. Even after so much of technological advances, very few practical and affordable solutions are available today to decrease PPH related morbidity and mortality . MVA is an effective way to prevent Postpartum Haemorrhage.