<< Emergency Department Management Of Vaginal Bleeding In The Nonpregnant Patient


Abnormal uterine bleeding is the most common reason women seek gynecologic care,1 and many of these women present to an emergency department (ED) for evaluation. Abnormal vaginal bleeding can be very distressing for a woman. At a minimum, it is an inconvenience that disrupts her daily life; in severe cases, bleeding can result in life-threatening hemorrhage requiring emergency intervention.

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