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Patient's Preoperative Hemoglobin Case Study

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HOSPITAL COURSE: This 36-year-old gravid of four para 2012, now para 3013. Presented in labor and to delivery at 38 and 3 weeks at just gestational age with spontaneous ruptured membranes. During her labor course she was known to have fetal mouth presentation in the form of breech, and the decision was made to perform a primary cesarean section, secondary to this breech position. The risks, benefits, and alternate procedures were discussed and the patient expressed understanding. All questions were answered; patient's preoperative hemoglobin were 12.7. A primary low transverse cesarean was performed, please see separate operative report for
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