Amornrat RatanasiriKhon Kaen University, Thailand
Title: Cases of Postpartum Hemorrhage and Hysterectomy in Thailand's Northern and Northeastern Provincial Hospitals
PPH is a major cause of maternal death. Hysterectomy is safe to treat uncontrollable PPH. However, it may not be the best option for women who want to have children. The risk score tool to detect PPH earlier is needed in low-resource cities such as Chiang Rai and Sakon Nakhon province. This study aims to perform a risk score tool to prevent PPH in the northern and northeastern hospitals in Thailand. Using mixed methods, 1) identify risk factors for PPH from twenty articles globally and in Thailand using Med Calc, and 2) develop the tool for prediction of PPH. 3) tool testing and a one-year follow-up on PPH-related hysterectomy cases. Results showed that this risk score tool can detect PPH earlier, reducing the number of PPH and hysterectomy cases. This risk score tool needs to be implemented in the same situation as hospitals to save pregnant women's lives.
Amornrat Ratanasiri completed her Ph.D. at the age of 41 years old from Mahidol University, Thailand. Her past experience was as the Deputy of the head of Community Medicine, Deputy of the Assistant Dean in Research, the Chairman of M.Sc. (International Program) of the Faculty of Medicine, Khon Kaen University, and the Chairman of the Academic and Social Service Project of the sixth Region, Khon Kaen Province, Thailand. She has over 60 publications and 22 research works have been cited over 128 times and 1,491 reads. She has been serving as a guest lecturer and evaluator of academic positions and research articles for various faculties and various universities in Thailand.