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Randomizedtrial comparing success and complication rates of operative hysteroscopy versus traditional dilation and curettage (D&C) in the management of first trimester missed abortion.
The miscarriage is one of the adverse outcomes of pregnancy and is responsible for stress and anxiety of the couple. there are different types of miscarriages.missed miscarriage also known as early fetal demise is one of the type of miscarriage in which patient is mostly asymptomatic but Ultrasound shows absent fetal cardiac activity.Traditionally surgical evacuation of uterus was the treatment of choice for miscarriage.The treatment of miscarriage has evolved significantly in recent years.medical management using misoprostol is the newest treatment option.Misoprostol is a synthetic prostaglandin E(1) analogue that is commonly used for medical miscarriage It can be given orally, vaginally and sublingually.
Aim of study Compare the success rate of misoprostol with versus without letrozole as a pretreatment for medical termination of pregnancy during the first trimester. Hypothesis: Letrozole value as a pre-treatment medication for misoprostol in induction of abortion during the first trimester. Research question: Will letrozole- misoprostol protocol give better results than misoprostol- alone protocol in induction of abortion during the first trimester?
this study will compare the efficacy of using letrozole pre treatment before misoprostol versus using misoprostol only in the induction of first trimester missed abortion.
This study compares the success rate of Adjuvant isonicotinic acid hydrazide and misoprostol versus misoprostol alone for medical termination of first-trimester pregnancy among women with one or more previous cesarean deliveries.
This study compares the success rate of letrozole and misoprostol versus misoprostol alone for medical termination of first-trimester pregnancy.
This study compares the success rate of letrozole and misoprostol versus misoprostol alone for medical termination of first-trimester pregnancy among women with one or more previous cesarean deliveries.
All women admitted for surgical evacuation of missed abortion after failure of medical treatment from June 2016 underwent transvaginal sonography immediately after completion of the procedure as judged by the operator to ensure absence of remnants.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the use of hysteroscopic embryoscopy or fetoscopy as a powerful diagnostic tool to provide better counseling for couples having experienced pregnancy loss.
Aim: The serum procalcitonin, erythrocyte sedimentation rate, c-reactive protein and leukocyte values will be compared between fertile missed abortion diagnosed pregnants and fertile normal pregnants to determine the presence of subclinical infection in the etiology of missed abortion