Saturday, December 12, 2015

What is the placenta Abruption?

What is the placenta Abruption?

During pregnancy, the placenta is firmly attached to the wall of the uterus, through which the baby receives all the nutrients and oxygen necessary for normal growth and development, as well as waste are also deleted as the carbon dioxide and toxic substances that when born were eliminated through feces and urine.

Placenta Previa

The Placental Abruption occurs when this is separated from the
wall of the uterus before the baby is born and can be partial or total.

What are the causes of premature detachment of the placenta?

In general, the Placental Abruption usually occur when the mother suffers a blow in the stomach area, either by a fall, an accident or a physical assault