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Among the abortions two of them were septic abortions in Left in situ group.
Unpublished data from Bangladesh Association for Prevention of Septic Abortion (BAPSA), Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2012.
Bangladesh Association for the Prevention of Septic Abortion (BAPSA), M.
In Guyana, for example, Aziza Ahmed (2003) notes that "when abortion was made legal in 1995, admissions to a capital city hospital for septic and incomplete abortion declined by 41% [whereas] before the law legalising abortion was passed, septic abortion was the third largest cause of admissions to public hospitals and incomplete abortion was the eighth largest" (Ahmed 2003).
8) By the time Robins ceased worldwide sales of the Dalkon Shield in April 1975 (it had withdrawn the IUD from the domestic market under FDA pressure the previous year), fifteen deaths and 245 nonfatal septic abortions attributable to the IUD had been reported.
Hospital-Based Descriptive Study of Illegally induced Abortion-Related Mortality and Morbidity, and its Cost on Health Services, 1991, Dhaka: Bangladesh Association for Prevention of Septic Abortion, 1991.
Before that, septic abortion had been the third largest, and incomplete abortion the eighth largest, cause of admissions to the country's public hospitals.
It turned out that the device raised the risk of pelvic inflammatory disease and spontaneous septic abortion.
INTRODUCTION: Septic abortion is a result of unsafe abortion which is defined as a procedure for the termination of unwanted pregnancy either by persons lacking the necessary skills or in an environment lacking the minimal medical standards or both (WHO definition).
kocytosis thrombocytopenia sever uncontrollable bleeding anemia mole hydatiform and septic abortion.
In 2007, 16% of maternal deaths were attributed to septic abortion (23).
Other predisposing conditions include septic abortion, hysterectomy, mini laprotomy for bilateral salpingotomy, episiotomy and caesarean section, abdominal and perineal infections.
THE inquest into the death of Savita Halappanavar yesterday heard she had one of the most severe cases of septic abortion.
It can and does provide assistance for treatment of incomplete or septic abortion, lessening the consequences of unsafe abortion.
1) Various conditions, both obstetric and non-obstetric, can cause RCN; among the former are septic abortion, pre-eclampsia, eclampsia, HELLP syndrome, abruptio placentae and prolonged intrauterine fetal death; among the latter are snakebite, renal allograft rejection, uraemic-haemolytic syndrome, enterocolitis, pancreatitis, sepsis, etc.