The objective of this paper is to understand provider perceptions and experiences following training in the use of a condom-catheter uterine balloon tamponade (UBT) as second-line treatment for uncontrolled postpartum haemorrhage (PPH) in health facilities in Kenya. As part of a qualitative study, interviews of facility-based providers who had managed PPH following comprehensive PPH training were conducted between February and April 2014. Facilities were purposively sampled to represent a range of experience with UBT, facility size, and geography. A qualitative analysis concludes UBT has been readily accepted by providers at all levels of training and is being incorporated into the existing PPH management algorithm in Kenya.
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