Collaborative Study on Short Term Sequelae of Induced Abortion

Book : Collaborative Study on Short Term Sequelae of Induced Abortion

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Language : English

Episode : Population

Publishing Location : New Delhi

Published Date : Ekim 2006

Publisher : Indian Council of Medical Research

Language : Turkish

Document Type : Book

Book No : 5079

INDEX

Preface Introduction Material and Methods
Data collection Definitions Data analysis Demographic and obstetric profile of women seeking MTP
Profile of the study group Profile of the study and non-study groups Profile in various centres Profile in relation to marital status Profile of first and second trimester MTP seekers Profile of women seeking repeated MTP Profile according to concurrent contraceptive acceptance Sequelae of induced abortions
Sequelae of induced abortion in study and non-study groups
Complication rates in relation to gestational period Complications of vacuum suction at 6 weeks vs 8 weeks of gestation
Cervical dilatation prior to MTP done at 6 weeks gestation
Complication rates in relation to type of suction used Complication rates in relation to the method of cervical dilatation
Complications following dilatation and curettage
Complications following use of prostaglandins for termination of first trimester pregnancy
Complications in first vs second trimester MTP Complications in relation to method used for second trimester MTP
Complications in relation to management of cases of method failure
Blood loss in relation to management of retained placenta
Abdominal hysterotomy vs suction evacuation
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Effect of concurrent contraception on sequelae of induced abortion
Complication rates in relation to concurrent contraception in first trimester MTP
Effect of concurrent contraception in relation to second trimester MTP
Effect of concurrent contraception on sequelae of vacuum aspiration
Effect of concurrent contraception on complications following second trimester MTP
Effect of socio-demographic and obstetric profile on complication rates
Effect of previous induced abortion on complication rates Effect of operators' experience on complication rates
Prophylactic antibiotic therapy and pelvic sepsis
Contraceptive acceptance after MTP
Conclusions
References
Appendix I. List of participating centres Appendix II. Proformae used in the study
Appendix III. Summary of case histories of women who died after MTP
Appendix IV. Tables