Amniotic Embolism During Childbirth

Amniotic fluid embolism is one of the risks that occur during birth process, particularly giving birth with instruments instead of normal delivery. Symptoms can be in mother’s seizures, bleeding, and sudden cardiac arrest in infants. There are factors that cause the occurrence of amniotic fluid embolism such as woman age, caesarean section, childbirth with instruments, and chemical reactions in anesthesia.

Amniotic fluid embolism can occur anytime during delivery. Examples prove that a reported case of amniotic fluid embolism is unpredictable. Something happens when the water breaks, at the time of delivery, there is even a case report 48 hours after the childbirth is completed. When this happened, not much can be done by a doctor.

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