Low-tech advice could save many mothers’ lives
Bleeding after giving birth/files/includes/,.css hemorrhaging/files/includes/,.css can cause death. When a woman gives birth in a hospital or an environment where a hospital is easily reached/files/includes/,.css the problem is most often solved by giving medication to tighten up the uterus to stop the bleeding and by giving blood transfusions/files/includes/,.css if needed.
Unfortunately/files/includes/,.css not all mothers have access to this type of care/files/includes/,.css be it a woman in a remote area of North America or a woman in rural Africa. In these situations/files/includes/,.css the mothers may die.
There’s an interesting new invention called the LifeWrap/files/includes/,.css which is like a pair of shock pants that an emergency technician may use on an accident victim. The LifeWrap/files/includes/,.css like the shock pants/files/includes/,.css compress the legs and lower body to force blood to the vital organs.
Although more testing needs to be done/files/includes/,.css wouldn’t it be great if something like this could be available wherever it is needed?
You can read more about it here: Simple Innovation Saves Women’s Lives.