Risk of postpartum haemorrhage is associated with ethnicity: A cohort study of 981 801 births in England

Abstract

Women with an ethnic minority background giving birth in England have an increased risk of postpartum haemorrhage, even when characteristics of the mother, the baby and the care received are taken into account.

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Keywords

postpartum haemorrhage, PPH, ethnicity

Citation

Jardine, J., Gurol-Urganci, I., Harris, T., Hawdon, J., Pasupathy, D., van der Meulen, J., Walker, K., the NMPA Project Team. (2021) Risk of postpartum haemorrhage is associated with ethnicity: A cohort study of 981 801 births in England. BJOG, 129 (8), pp. 1269-1277

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Centre for Reproduction Research (CRR)