Eithar Mohammed

Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt

  • Research   
    The incidence of unplanned curettage in expectant versus medical and surgical management of spontaneous first trimester abortion
    Author(s): Eithar Mohammed*, Tarek Tamara, Sherif Ashoush and Gihan El-Hawwary

    Objective: The aim of our study was to compare and assess the incidence of unplanned uterine curettage between expectant management versus medical and surgical management within of first trimester missed and incomplete miscarriage. Patients and Methods: This Randomized controlled trial included 150 patients diagnosed with early fetal demise at less than 13 weeks’ gestation. They were recruited and assessed for eligibility from Ain Shams University Maternity Hospital. Cases were randomized according to a computer-generated random sequence into three groups; Expectant (A), Surgical (B) and Medical groups (C). the three groups were studied in regard to the incidence of hospital re-admission, gynaecological infection, the duration of clinical symptoms (pain, additional analgesia, vaginal bleeding), complications (fall in haemoglobin at 10-14 days, blood transfusion,.. Read More»

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