by Maternal Health and Safe Motherhood Programme, Division of Family Health, World Health Organization in Geneva .
Written in English
|Other titles||Safe motherhood.|
|Series||Practical guide, Practical guide (Maternal Health and Safe Motherhood Programme)|
|Contributions||Maternal Health and Safe Motherhood Programme.|
|LC Classifications||RG734 .C64 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 79 p.|
|Number of Pages||79|
In view of the need to prevent life-threatening complications the book also establishes standards of safe abortion practice for use in those countries where abortion is permitted by law. Prevention of abortion through education and family planning is likewise : World Health Organization. Running title: Clinical guidelines for emergency treatment of abortion complications. At head of title: Safe motherhood. "WHO/FHE/MSM/" Description: iv, 77 pages. Series Title: Practical guide (Maternal Health and Safe Motherhood Programme) Other Titles: Clinical guidelines for emergency treatment of abortion complications. Clinical Management of Abortion Complications: A practical Guide (WHO; ; 86 pages) ABSTRACT: ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: PREFACE: INTRODUCTION: CHAPTER 1 - INITIAL ASSESSMENT: DETERMINING THE WOMAN'S NEEDS FOR IMMEDIATE TREATMENT: INTRODUCTION: INITIAL ASSESSMENT: Identification of Abortion Patients: Shock: COMPLETE CLINICAL. Medical abortion care encompasses the management of various clinical conditions including spontaneous and induced abortion (both viable and non-viable pregnancies), incomplete abortion and intrauterine fetal demise, as well as post-abortion contraception. Medical management of abortion generally involves either a combination regimen of.
Background: Complications of unsafe abortion are a major contributor to maternal deaths in developing countries. This study aimed to evaluate the clinical assessment for life-threatening complications and the following management in women admitted with complications from abortions at a . Management of Unintended and Abnormal Pregnancy: Comprehensive Abortion Care is the textbook of the National Abortion Federation, and serves as the standard, evidence-based reference text in abortion care. This state-of-the-art textbook provides a comprehensive overview of the public health implications of unsafe abortion and reviews the best. Clinical management of abortion complications: a practical guide 31 December Work in the area of prevention of unsafe abortion is done exclusively within the UNDP/UNFPA/WHO/World Bank Special Programme of Research, Development and Research Training in Human Reproduction (HRP). Complications of unsafe abortion are a major contributor to maternal deaths in developing countries. This study aimed to evaluate the clinical assessment for life-threatening complications and the following management in women admitted with complications from abortions at a rural hospital in Uganda. A partially completed criterion-based audit was conducted comparing .
The Frequency of Physical Complications after an Abortion: to %. How often does abortion involve physical complications? Answers to that question will vary depending on two factors. First, the timeframe the researcher chooses to examine. The longer the time period examined, the more complications will be discovered. search in book: search. contents. dedication; authors; ultrasound with medication abortion; managing complications of medication abortion; exercises: medication abortion; chapter 4 teaching points: medication abortion step by step approach to expectant management or management with misoprostol; exercises: management of early pregnancy. Access to high quality abortion care is essential to women’s health, as evidenced by the dramatic decrease in pregnancy-related morbidity and mortality since the legalization of abortion in the United States, and by high rates of maternal death and complications in those countries where abortion is still provided under unsafe conditions. The complications of spontaneous abortion can be divided into early and late complications with a subgroup of iatrogenic complications related to intervention. Early complications include blood loss and infection. If left untreated, both bleeding and infection can lead to DIC (disseminated intravascular coagulation) and in rare cases even.