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Improved handling of dysfunctional labour confirmed by article in PLOS ONE

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Tartu University Hospital

introduces AFL™-monitoring

to help women with dysfunctional labour during childbirth.

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Turku University Hospital is one

of the pioneering users of the

AFL™ method.

We have interviewed Susanna Timo-nen, MD PhD, and and discussed her experiences with the AFL method in

her clinic.

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Studies show that the uterus, like other muscles, gets tired and produces lactate. The uterine lactate concentration is reflected in the lactate concentration in the amniotic fluid.  The new parameter is defined AFL™ (Amniotic Fluid Lactate).

If a high AFL™ level is avoided or appropriately taken care of during active labor, the probability for a spontaneous vaginal delivery is increased and an operative delivery may be avoided.

Postpartum hemorrhage is a leading cause of maternal morta-lity. Post partum hemorrhage can be quite serious. However, quickly detecting and treating the cause of bleeding can often lead to a full recovery.

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