incomplete abortion


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incomplete abortion

n.
An induced abortion in which the contents of the uterus are not completely expelled.
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Noun1.incomplete abortion - termination of pregnancy without expulsion of all of the products of conception
spontaneous abortion, stillbirth, miscarriage - a natural loss of the products of conception
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Microperforate hymen presenting with incomplete abortion: A case report.
The most common complication was an incomplete abortion, but also reported were hemorrhage, sepsis (infection), and uterine rupture.
However, on September 17, 2003, Holly Patterson, one of Planned Parenthoods clients, died from a severe bacterial infection caused by an incomplete abortion. She had been at Planned Parenthood's clinic seven days prior.
The World Health Organization released a new guide to update its recommendations for the use of mifepristone and misoprostol for inducing abortion and for managing incomplete abortion, documented in the WHO 2012 guidelines Safe Abortion: Technical and Policy Guidance for Health Systems and 2015 guidelines Health Worker Roles in Providing Safe Abortion and Post-abortion Contraception.
Over the weekend, the patient calls to report heavy bleeding and passage of clots, and the ObGyn's practice partner takes her to the OR for a D&C for incomplete abortion.
He added that there are currently 14 regular MAIP patients undergoing medical treatment and diagnosis such as post partum eclampsia vs seizure disorder, fracture for orif plating, kidney failure, pneumothorax, cdv bleeding, G403 incomplete abortion, DHN, NSTEMI, pneumonia and seizure disorder t/c Rolandic epilepsy.
(14) Still, in many cases of misoprostol-induced abortion, women require medical care because they either experience an incomplete abortion after receiving insufficient or inaccurate information on how to use misoprostol correctly, or as part of the method's expected failure rate.
(17.) Rees H et al., The epidemiology of incomplete abortion in South Africa, South African Medical Journal, 1997, 87(4):432-437.
This study discussed the replacement of dilation and curettage/evacuation for incomplete abortion by Manual vacuum aspiration and medical abortion.
Table 7 gives diagnosis or rather outcomes following abortion pills, which suggests 106 cases (64.6%) had incomplete abortion. 2 cases had ectopic pregnancy too.
The hospital also provides care to incomplete abortion cases needing surgical interventions.