Case briefing A 21 year old primigravida at 38 weeks' gesta
Jhishnu N
Case briefing

A 21 year old primigravida at 38 weeks' gestation is admitted to the birthing unit at 6 cm dilation with contractions occurring every 3 minutes. Amniotomy is performed , resulting in sudden onset bright red painless vaginal bleeding. The electronic  fetal monitor tracing, which had showed a baseline fetal heart rate of 135 beats/min with accelerations, now shows bradycardia at 70 beats/min.The mother's vital signs are stable with normal blood pressure and pulse.

1.What is the most likely diagnosis?

2. What differential diagnosis will you consider?

3.How will you manage this patient


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