Medical abortion reversal: science and politics meet

  title={Medical abortion reversal: science and politics meet},
  author={Khadijah Z. Bhatti and Antoinette T. Nguyen and Gretchen S. Stuart},
  journal={American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology},
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Medical abortion reversal: science and politics meet.
  • M. Doherty
  • Medicine
    American journal of obstetrics and gynecology
  • 2019
Knowledge and Information Need for Prenatal Genetic Screening and Diagnosis and Attitude toward Terminating Pregnancy among Pregnant Women in South Korea
In light of current legal and moral controversy regarding terminating pregnancy and rapidly advancing prenatal genetic testing technology, more prenatal genetic education for nurses and nursing students who teach pregnant women is needed.


Medication abortion.
Doctors or mid-level providers for abortion.
Based on an analysis of three cohort studies, the risk of surgical abortion failure was significantly higher when provided by mid-level providers than when procedures were administered by doctors, however the quality of evidence for this outcome was deemed to be very low.
Medical abortion regimens: historical context and overview.
  • M. Creinin
  • Medicine
    American journal of obstetrics and gynecology
  • 2000
Efficacy between 50 and 63 days' gestation varies according to the type and route of administration of the prostaglandin analog, and complete abortion rates among these later gestations are clinically acceptable when mifepristone is followed by intravaginally administered misoprostol or gemeprost.
Abortion Incidence and Service Availability In the United States, 2014
Most states that experienced the largest proportionate declines in the number of clinics providing abortions had enacted one or more new restrictions during the study period, but reductions were not always associated with declines in abortion incidence.
Comparative effectiveness, safety and acceptability of medical abortion at home and in a clinic: a systematic review.
Home-based abortion is safe under the conditions in place in the included studies, and women who chose home-based medical abortion were more likely to be satisfied, to choose the method again and to recommend it to a friend than women who opted for medical abortion in a clinic.
Effectiveness and Acceptability of Medical Abortion Provided Through Telemedicine
OBJECTIVE: To estimate the effectiveness and acceptability of telemedicine provision of early medical abortion compared with provision with a face-to-face physician visit at a Planned Parenthood
Medical methods for first trimester abortion.
Different medical methods used for first trimester abortion, compared with each other or placebo were included, and the outcomes sought include mortality, failure to achieve complete abortion, surgical evacuation, ongoing pregnancy at follow-up, and nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea.
Safety of Medical Abortion Provided Through Telemedicine Compared With In Person.
Adverse events are rare with medical abortion, and telemedicine provision is noninferior to in-person provision with regard to clinically significant adverse events.