Endometritis Puerperal

Endometritis puerperal is an infection which is typically caused by bacteria from the lower genital or the gastrointestinal tract of the uterus. Symptoms include uterine discomfort, abdominal or pelvic pain, fever, malaise and sometimes significant discharge. The diagnosis is clinically discovered rarely using a bacterial culture. The treatment is carried out with broad-spectrum antibiotics (eg. B. Clindamycin together with gentamycin). The incidence of postpartum endometritis is mainly influenced by the…

September 3, 2018