Puerperal pyrexia and its causesJuly 16, 2010 | 7:27 pm | Gynae/Obstr, Womens health | No Comment
Puerperal Pyrexia : Short Summary and Causes
Puerperium is a period following child birth during which body tissues especially the pelvic organs revert back approximately to pre-pregnant state both anatomically and physiologically. Normally, it lasts for 6 weeks after delivery.
What is puerperal pyrexia?
also called childbed fever, is a rise of temperature reaching 100.4 degree Fahrenheit or 38 degree celcius measured orally on 2 separate occasions at 24 hours apart ( excluding first 24 hours) within first 10 days following delivery is called puerperal pyrexia.
Causes of fever during Peurperium
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Last updated: July 16, 2010