Postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) continues to be the single most common cause of maternal morbidity and mortality, accounting for approximately 25 percent of maternal deaths globally. Over 90 percent of these deaths occur in developing countries where the infrastructure and training at primary care facilities are not sufficient to handle obstetric emergencies. A method to manage PPH is the use of a non-pneumatic anti- shock garment (NASG). The NASG is a lightweight neoprene garment made up of five segments that close tightly around the body. By applying pressure to the abdomen and lower body, the NASG is able to stabilize vital signs and resolve hypovolemic shock.