“Patient with vaginal bleeding…” Case Conclusion
August 7, 2013


Posted by Andy Jagoda, MD in: Hematologic/Allergic/Endocrine Emergencies, Renal and Genitourinary Emergencies , add a comment

Case re-cap:

Your radio goes off and a panicked paramedic reports that they are en route with a 42-year-old woman who is having profuse vaginal bleeding and appears very ill. She is pale, tachycardic, and hypotensive. She has a history of fibroids. She has been bleeding heavily for 3 days, and the bleeding has acutely increased in the past few hours. The on-call gynecologist is delivering a baby at the hospital across town, and you will have to stabilize this patient and manage her on your own for a few hours… read more

Patient with vaginal bleeding…
July 26, 2013


Posted by Andy Jagoda, MD in: Hematologic/Allergic/Endocrine Emergencies, Renal and Genitourinary Emergencies , 14 comments

Your radio goes off and a panicked paramedic reports that they are en route with a 42-year-old woman who is having profuse vaginal bleeding and appears very ill. She is pale, tachycardic, and hypotensive. She has a history of fibroids. She has been bleeding heavily for 3 days, and the bleeding has acutely increased in the past few hours. The on-call gynecologist is delivering a baby at the hospital across town, and you will have to stabilize this patient and manage her on your own for a few hours… read more