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Of those women who had a PPH while birthing at a CM Health facility 21% received a blood transfusion (Figure 9). Figure 9. Percentage of women, who have a post-partum haemorrhage, who require a blood transfusion, 2003-2014 25%

% transfusion  

20%

15%

10%

5%

0%

2003 2004   2005   2006   2007   2008   2009   2010   2011   2012   2013   2014  

Source: Healthware. Extracted by Health Intelligence and Informatics 2015.

The majority of PPH occur in Pacific women (49%) and are more likely to occur after the third stage (see Table 12). Table 12. Percentage and number of Post-Partum haemorrhage of all for women birthing at CM Health facilities, by ethnicity, 2014

Maaori Pacific Islander Chinese Indian Other Asian European/Other Grand Total

DELAYED AND SECONDARY POSTPARTUM HAEMORRHAGE 6 22 2 5 35

OTHER IMMEDIATE POSTPARTUM HAEMORRHAGE 122 368 17 59 36 132 734

POSTPARTUM COAGULATION DEFECTS

2

2

THIRD-STAGE HAEMORRHAGE

TOTAL

% OF TOTAL

25 34 1 6 3 20 89

153 424 20 67 39 157 860

18% 49% 2% 8% 5% 18% 100%

Source: Healthware. Extracted by Health Intelligence and Informatics 2015. Ethnicity preferred.

The majority of PPH occur in women in living in decile 9 and 10 (see Figure 10). Figure 10. Number of Post-Partum haemorrhage of all for women birthing at CM Health facilities, by decile 2014

Source: Healthware. Extracted by Health Intelligence and Informatics 2015.

2014 2015 maternity quality and safety programme  

This Annual Report (2014-2015) covers the continued progress and initiatives undertaken over the last 12 months as part of the Maternity Qua...

2014 2015 maternity quality and safety programme  

This Annual Report (2014-2015) covers the continued progress and initiatives undertaken over the last 12 months as part of the Maternity Qua...