Erapeutic Abortion in Pregnancy

Erapeutic Abortion in Pregnancy

Permitted under clauses I & 2 of UK abortion ( act. The indications of therapeutic abortion thus include; Maternal: Severe cardiac, respiratory, renal, autoimmune and malignant diseases. Fetal malformations: Downs syndrome, Potters syndrome, neural tube defects, hydrops details, structural abnormalities (cardiac, gastrointestinal & bony defects), b thalassaemia major, and fetal rubella syndrome. Counseling When the therapeutic abortion is offered to a couple for maternal or fetal reasons, the situation ...

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COMPLICATIONS OF INDUCED ABORTION

COMPLICATIONS OF INDUCED ABORTION

Retained products of conception It is quite nonunion for illegal abortion to be incomplete. This complication is less common with therapeutic abortion. Incomplete abortion can easily be diagnosed on ultrasonogram. Patients are treated by evacuation after 12-24 hours of antibiotic cover.  

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Haemorrhage in Early Pregnancy

Haemorrhage in Early Pregnancy

The patients undergoing abortion may bleed slowly and the amount of blood loss increases with increasing gestation. The causes of heavy bleeding may be uterine atony, retained products of conception, trauma to the cervix or uterine perforation. Excessive blood” loss would need the blood transfusion; The treatment includes oxytocin l0 Lu. i/v for uterine atony and re- evaluation if products are retained. Traumatic damage would ...

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Uterine Anomalies in Pregnancy

Uterine Anomalies in Pregnancy

The pregnancy outcome in patients. With congenital uterine anomalies can be improved by surgical correction. The bicornuate uterus can either be corrected by Strassman metroplasty or Tompkins repair. These procedures have shown to reduce the incidence of recurrent abortion but may cause infertility due to intraperitoneal adhesions. The septum in a substrate uterus can be removed with the help of operative hysteroscope with minimal morbidity. Surgical ...

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Unicornuate Uterus in pregnancy

Serological tests

unicornuate uterus. Cervical incompetence is treated with cervical cerclage called McDonald suture, which is applied at the level of the internal os to improve the competence of cervical sphincter. Ultrasound scan must be performed and viability of the fetus established before the procedure, as the system may be blamed for any subsequent pregnancy loss. Cervical cerclage is convened- national treatment of mid trimester abortion and is best ...

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Serological Tests

Serological tests

Lupus anticoagulants, antinuclear antibodies, and anticardiolipin antibodies tests should be carried out in patients with suspected connective tissue disorder. Ex.. TORCH studies (antibodies against too- plasmolysis, rubella, cytomegalovirus, herpes) Have long been used as a prominent investor- action in patients with recurrent abortion. The euro cut data suggests that this investigation is not that important as previously thought. Tile organisms in TORCH infection are implicated more ...

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SEPTIC ABORTION

SEPTIC ABORTION

SEPTIC ABORTION In mxZd cases, the patient has temperature and rapid pulse. On speculum examination, the small amount of blood mixed Edith foul smelling discharge is present in the vagina. On abdominopelvic examination, the lover the abdomen may be rigid; uterus and adnexa are tender, cervical os is closed and cervical excitation (pain with cervical movement) may be present. In severe cases the patient is ...

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Spontaneous Abortion

Spontaneous Abortion

Spontaneous Abortion With the advent of real-time ultrasound, when a pregnant woman can directly visualize her baby, a high percentage of patients begin to regard a fetus as a real person quite early in pregnancy and the miscarriage is seen as a loss of a child. A small proportion of the patients may experience happiness at the loss, perhaps the ...

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Complications in Pregnancy [ Early to Final Stage ]

Complications in Pregnancy  [ Early to Final Stage ]

Complications in Pregnancy Early to Final Stage Spontaneous abortion is so common a problem in everyday practice that one may not concentrate on its grave consequences. Some complications can occur in association with abortion. This include:’. Haemorrhage is the most Common complication of abortion~ In the case of severe haemorrhage the patient may heal.”c lost an excessive amount of blood before arriving at ...

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Hysterotomy Abortion in other Case of womens

Hysterotomy Abortion  in other Case of womens

Hysterotomy Abortion in other Case of women’s Hysterotomy Abortion in another Case of women is an alternative name for the caesarean section when performed before the age of fetal viability (<24 II necks). Before the widespread use of prostaglandins, hysterotomy was a popular treatment of the second trimester missed abortion in cases where oxytocin had failed to induce labor. Prostaglandins have nearly eliminated the need ...

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