Nursing interventions for low hgb count

A. washing hands frequently There are many nonpharmacologic interventions for the prevention of infection. Handwashing remains the single most important intervention to prevent infection. Postpartum hemorrhage is defined as any blood loss from the uterus of more than 500ml during or after delivery.It may occur either early (within the first 24 hours after delivery), or late (anytime after the 24 hours during the remaining days of the six-week puerperium).