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There's a lot of women that have had cesarean sections in the past.
And when you have a caesarean section there's a higher likelihood.
That the placenta which is what I call the air condition unit that cools down -- -- the baby has attached itself.
To an area of the uterus which is now almost part of the uterus so these are very challenging cases and you know people die.
-- who potentially die from.
Abnormal placenta is so tell me about your program because you have probably one of the best programs in the United States.
About on a normal presentation tell me about that program and what you do when and how do you know how you handling this case.
Went well we sort of the program and -- -- for about five years ago but it's been kind of official for the last.
Is serious problem mothers.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Of -- central to the U one -- but -- that occurs you -- formation of tremendous amount of blood vessels of the -- Elvis.
And that's the biggest challenge is hemorrhage so you have to be very careful in terms of how you.
Operate on these patients not only to prevent hemorrhage.
-- -- -- she won't usable -- life and be exposed to the leaders of liters of blood transfusion but also to salvage perhaps we'll Blatter.
So it's a it's a huge problem we're seeing more and more fit in the in this country in developed countries.
And we are doing every single thing possible to number one create -- the strategy.
Strategic surgical strategy for these patients to salvage their -- And decreased blood loss and also some morbidity.
But for them also we have been a lot of science research basic science research in terms of what is it that we could do out there.
To decrease this morbid condition.
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