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Table 1 Demographics and practice patterns among survey respondents (n = 39)

From: Mixed methods evaluation of simulation-based training for postpartum hemorrhage management in Guatemala

Characteristics Study Participants
n = 39 (%)
Job Title
 2nd Year Resident 13 (33.3)
 3rd Year Resident 10 (25.6)
 4th Year Resident 3 (7.7)
 Attending 13 (33.3)
Vaginal deliveries performed per month  
 0–10 18 (46.2)
 10–30 8 (20.5)
 > 30 12 (30.8)
 Not sure 1 (2.6)
Cesareans performed per month
 0–10 9 (23.1)
 10–30 14 (35.9)
 > 30 14 (35.9)
 Not sure 1 (2.6)
Postpartum hemorrhages (more than 1000 cc loss after delivery) per month  
 0–10 36 (92.3)
 10–30 1 (2.6)
 Not sure 1 (2.6)
General Practice Patterns
 Previously performed B-lynch n = 14 (%)
When you did a B-Lynch, how many of them were done at time of C-sections?
 All 9/14 (64.3)
 Most 1/14 (7.1)
 Some 1/14 (7.1)
 Few 1/14 (7.1)
 None 2/14 (14.3)
When you did a B-Lynch, how many of them were done after vaginal deliveries?
 All 1/14 (7.1)
 Few 1/14 (7.1)
 None 12/14 (85.7)
How often after performing a B-Lynch did you still have to proceed to hysterectomy to control the bleeding?
 Most of the time 3/14 (21.4)
 Sometimes 2/14 (14.3)
 A few times 4/14 (28.6)
 Never 5/14 (35.7)
Previously performed UBT n = 13 (%)
When you did a UBT, how many of them were done at time of C-sections?
 Some 2/13 (15.4)
 Few 3/13 (23.1)
 None 10/13 (76.9)
When you did a UBT, how many of them were done after vaginal deliveries?
 All 5/13 (38.5)
 Most 2/13 (15.4)
 Some 2/13 (15.4)
 Few 2/13 (15.4)
 None 3/13 (23.1)
How often after performing a UBT did you still have to proceed to hysterectomy to control the bleeding?
 Sometimes 6/13 (46.2)
 A few times 3/13 (23.1)
 Never 6/13 (46.2)