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Clinicaltrials.gov identifier NCT03930407
Recruitment Status Recruiting
First Posted April 29, 2019
Last update posted April 29, 2019
From patient charts we will review patients who had undergone cesarean section within the last 6 months and identify those who received a The Hayman uterine compression suture for uterine atony. We will also select patients who delivered a baby without recieving a Hayman suture to create a control group. Patietns will be grouped as Hayman Group if they recevied a Hayman suture during C/S and control group if thay had not recevied a Hayman suture. We will then check patient charts for post-cesarean outpatient clinic visit and select those who received ovarian reserve evaluation via hormones and antral follicle count during the visits. Finally, we are planning to investigate any correlation between Hayman suture and ovarian dysfunction.
Hayman suture is a common technique for uterine compression to stop bleeding due to uterine atony. Hayman described placement of two to four vertical compression sutures from the anterior to posterior uterine wall without hysterectomy. It is usually employed to overcome uterine atoy dıring cesarean section. However, since the technique is relatively new, data on its safety and efficacy arelimited to a few case reports. several complications including cavity obliteration, blood entrapment and infections have been described. However, data regarding the ovarioan function is lacking.
|: Hayman group
Who had undergone cesarean section within the last 6 months and received a The Hayman uterine compression suture for uterine atony.
Procedure: The Hayman uterine compression suture.
Hayman suture is a common technique for uterine compression to stop bleeding due to uterine atony. Hayman described placement of two to four vertical compression sutures from the anterior to posterior uterine wall without hysterectomy. It is usually employed to overcome uterine atony during cesarean section.
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- age 18- 40 years
- no systemic or endocrine diseases
- patients who had uterine artery ligation due to atony
- healthy postpartum patients as controls
- patients with Polyctsitic over syndrome
- Pregnancy with IVF or oocyte donation
- Obese patients
- patients with previous/present endometriosis
Contact: Aysu Akca, MD +905053868637 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Kanuni Sultan Suleyman Hospital,
Kanuni Sultan Suleyman Training and Research Hospital
Principal Investigator: Asyu Akca Kanuni Sultan Suleyman Hospital