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Uterine Tone

Brendan Carvalho #1
Brendan Carvalho
Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicin
Known for Obstetric Quality | Epidural Analgesia | Spinal Anesthesia | Intrathecal Morphine
Edward T Riley #2
Edward T Riley
Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicin
Known for Labor Analgesia | Nitrous Oxide | Epidural Space | Cesarean Delivery

Jose C A Carvalho #3
Jose C A Carvalho
Department of Anesthesia, Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, Can
Known for Spinal Anesthesia | Epidural Analgesia | Lumbar Spine | Pregnant Women
Alexander J Butwick #4
Alexander J Butwick
Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative, and Pain Medici
Known for Neuraxial Analgesia | Gestational Age | Cesarean Delivery | United States
Mrinalini Balki #5
Mrinalini Balki
Department of Anesthesia and Pain Management, Mount Sinai Ho
Known for Epidural Analgesia | Cardiac Arrest | Spinal Anesthesia | Postpartum Hemorrhage
RORY C Windrim #6
RORY C Windrim
Mount Sinai Hospital, 600 University Avenue, Toronto, Ontari
Known for Gestational Age | Placental Dysfunction | Doppler Ultrasonography | Monoamniotic Twin Pregnancies
John C P Kingdom #7
John C P Kingdom
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Toron
Known for Fetal Growth | Gestational Age | Doppler Ultrasonography | Pregnant Women
Sheila E Cohen #8
Sheila E Cohen
Professor Emerita, Department of Anesthesia, Stanford Univer
Known for Epidural Analgesia | Intrathecal Sufentanil | Operating Room | Cesarean Delivery
L Coleman #9
L Coleman
Department of Anaesthesia, Stanford University School of Med
Known for Retrospective Chart Review | Postoperative Recovery | Unplanned Cesarean Delivery | Analgesic Requirements
O J Ginther #10
O J Ginther
Eutheria Foundation, Cross Plains, WI, USA | Eutheria Founda
Known for Corpus Luteum | Blood Flow | Dominant Follicle | Follicular Waves

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Uterine Atony Uterine atony is a condition in which the muscles of the uterus fail to contract properly, causing the organ to fall back into the pelvis. This can lead to...