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Genomic Markers Predictive of Uterine Atony

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Exploration and Determination of Genomic Markers Predictive of Uterine Atony

The primary objective of this study is to determine whether there are markers in the tissue of atonic uteri, and in the patients' plasma that would help identify patients likely to suffer postpartum hemorrhage due to uterine atony. We also will attempt to identify the cause(s) of uterine atony that might suggest mechanisms to prevent and manage it.

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Analysis of genomic markers in uterine atony

No intervention will be performed. We will be analyzing tissue and blood samples only to identify potential association of genomic markers with uterine atony.

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Exploration and Determination of Genomic Markers Predictive of Uterine Atony

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NCT03413917

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