Currently, WHO recommends oxytocin as the first method of preventing excessive bleeding after childbirth. However, the drug must be stored and transported at two to eight degrees Celsius.
An update from the widely used 2012 chart detailing recommended dosages of misoprostol when used by itself for a variety of gynecological and obstetrical indications has been revised and expanded by an expert group and is now available online:
Published as an open access special communication with a commentary piece in IJGO.
Also available as: