Cost-effectiveness of managing abortions: manual vacuum aspiration (MVA) compared to evacuation by curettage in Tanzania.

@article{Magotti1995CosteffectivenessOM,
  title={Cost-effectiveness of managing abortions: manual vacuum aspiration (MVA) compared to evacuation by curettage in Tanzania.},
  author={R F Magotti and P G Munjinja and Rasmus Lema and E K Ngwalle},
  journal={East African medical journal},
  year={1995},
  volume={72 4},
  pages={248-51}
}
Cost effectiveness of managing 107 incomplete abortions by manual vacuum aspiration (MVA) is compared with management of 92 incomplete abortions by evacuation by curettage (E by C) at Muhimbili Medical Centre (September-November 1992). Pre-evacuation waiting times, duration of procedures and duration of hospital stay were less for MVA as compared to E by C. The total pre-evacuation waiting time, the durations of the procedure and hospital stay were 15.59 days (55.11%), 10.96 (46.41%) hours and… CONTINUE READING

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