Management of placental abruption depends upon the degree of placental separation, status of mother and fetus and gestational age. If the gestational age is less than 34 weeks, the patient needs to be hospitalised for close monitoring. If the bleeding stops, then bed rest at home is recommended. In case of early labour, steroids may be administered in order to enable development of fetal lungs. If abruption is severe, emergency C-section is highly recommended.
Question: Placental abruption can lead to kidney failure?True/False