the present research is a descriptive-analytic one done on 100 pregnant women referring to women Education and Health Centers in Qom. The researcher collected data and members of the academic board approved and applied the Reliability and validity of those data.
Mean age and standard deviation were 42.98. Mean age and standard deviation age of the pregnant women were 39.46. Preeclampsia, previoushemorrhage in the current pregnancy, the number of deliveries more than three (each 4%) are among the most important risks among 20% of the mothers exposed to postpartum hemorrhage. In 98% cases, Oxytocin was not injected immediately after fetus’s exit. In 94% cases, Oxytocin was injected immediately after placenta’s exit. In 96% cases, no intervention has occurred before placenta’s exit. In 58% and 78% cases, the uterus has been touched respectively before and after placenta’s exit. Difference in the proportion of mothers at risk for appropriate postpartum hemorrhage prevention and the mothers not at risk due to appropriate risk prevention in labor room and postnatal wards was significant but this difference was not significant in labor room
. the investigation of proceedings done to prevent bleeding has shown the importance of preventive behaviors including touching the uterus, bladder study in terms of being filled,perineacontrol in terms of hematoma and beginning breastfeeding in the first hours of delivery; besides, the proper education of proceedings preventing postpartum hemorrhage is important as the findings of the present research has shown