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State Abortion Restrictions and the New Supreme Court: Women's Access to Reproductive Health Services.

Outcomes of Sympathetic Blocks in the Management of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome: A Retrospective Cohort Study.

Sympathetic blocks are used in the diagnosis and treatment planning of patients with complex regional pain syndromeIt is unclear whether the response to sympathetic blocks is associated with spinal cord stimulation trial success WHAT THIS ARTICLE TELLS US THAT IS NEW: In patients with complex regional pain syndrome, skin temperature change is not associated with sympathetic block pain reductionThe short- and long-term effects of sympathetic blocks are not associated with spinal cord stimulation outcomes BAC...

Abortion: Northern Ireland law breaches European human rights, rules Belfast court.

Abortion Providers' experiences and views on self-managed medication abortion, an exploratory study.

Data on the practice of self-managed medication abortion are limited, in part because this practice takes place purposefully outside of established healthcare systems. Given this, we aimed to ascertain abortion providers' familiarity with self-managed medication abortion and associated complications, compare regional differences, and evaluate provider attitudes.

Toxoplasma Serology Status and Risk of Miscarriage, A Case-Control Study among Women with A History of Spontaneous Abortion.

is one of the major causes of abortion in pregnant women. Most cases of abortion occur in the acute phase of infection and early pregnancy. The purpose of this study was to investigate the association between spontaneous abortion and seropositive status of toxoplasmosis in women with first-time spontaneous abortion.

Predicted changes in abortion access and incidence in a post-Roe world.

To examine changes in travel distance and abortion incidence if Roe v. Wade were reversed or if abortion were further restricted.

Contextualizing medication abortion in seven African nations: A literature review.

We conducted a comprehensive literature review on abortion in seven African countries to synthesize and analyze the landscape of abortion-related scientific knowledge, with the aim of informing abortion-access related research and programs in the region. We find that that abortion is common, despite legal restrictions, and often occurs outside of the formal health care system. Use of medication abortion was reported to be low, potentially due to legal restrictions and insufficient provider training across t...

Current barriers, facilitators and future improvements to advance quality of abortion care: views of women.

Barriers to accessing abortion care continue to exist even in settings where abortion is legal. We aimed to determine current barriers faced by women seeking abortion, factors that facilitate access to care, and what future improvements women would like made to abortion care in Scotland.

Perspectives of healthcare workers on the morality of abortion: a multicenter study in seven Brazilian public hospitals.

We used the questionnaire "Mosaic of Opinions on Induced Abortion" to conduct a multi-centered study to evaluate the perspectives of physicians, nurses, social workers, psychologists and pharmacists on the morality of abortion. In all, 254 participants constituted the sample. The inadequate knowledge on Brazilian abortion laws was the only determinant negatively associated with the construct "Sexual and Reproductive Rights", corroborating the hypothesis that a better understanding of abortion legislation co...

Quantifying the impact of targeted regulation of abortion provider laws on US abortion rates: a multi-state assessment.

In this paper, we estimate the average effect of two common TRAP (targeted regulation of abortion providers) laws on abortion rates using a novel longitudinal database of state-level policy shifts.

A survey of the views and practices of abortion of the New Zealand Fellows and trainees of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.

Abortion is a common procedure in New Zealand (NZ). Currently, it is only legal when two certifying consultants agree that the person seeking an abortion meets the statutory grounds outlined in Section 187A of the NZ Crimes Act (1961). The Crimes Act also states that one-half of certifying consultants must be practising obstetricians/gynaecologists. However, with abortion law reform on the political agenda, the way that abortion services are provided in NZ may change.

Trends in non-resident abortion rates in new York City from 2005 to 2015: a time series analysis.

To examine trends and utilization patterns of NYC abortion services by non-residents since growing abortion restrictions across many states could drive women to seek care in less restrictive jurisdictions including NYC.

A child of two mothers: what about the father? Italian overview.

Surrogacy techniques allow for the birth of children who are then raised by parents who may have no genetic or biological connection with them at all. Italian legislation on medically assisted procreation bans such practices, under national criminal codes, and yet the intended parents' ability to legally register children born abroad via surrogacy has not been affected by such legislation. Italian jurisprudence has acknowledged the parental status of same-sex couples, following the same path outlined by the...

Providing safe abortion services: Experiences and perspectives of providers in South Africa.

Despite abortion being legally available on request up to and including the gestational age of 12 weeks in South Africa, barriers to access remain. Barriers include provider opposition to abortion and a shortage of trained and willing providers, which has implications for access to safe abortion services. Exploring the factors that determine providers' levels of involvement in abortion services can facilitate improvements in service provision. Providers' conceptualizations of abortion are influenced by nume...

Gender linked fate explains lower legal abortion support among white married women.

Abortion is uniquely connected to women's experiences yet women's attitudes towards legal abortion vary across the pro-choice/anti-abortion spectrum. Existing research has focused on sociodemographic characteristics to explain women's levels of abortion support. Here, we argue that abortion attitudes vary with women's perceptions of gender linked fate, or the extent to which some women see their fates as tied to other women. Drawing upon existing research showing that married white women report lower levels...

Comparing psoriasis advertisement methods with patient willingness to initiate treatment.

: Many patients with psoriasis struggle with taking biologic agents. The way in which providers present medications could enhance treatment adherence.: To determine how fear appeals, personal appeals, and social appeals influence psoriasis patients' willingness to use a biologic.: A randomized online survey study was used to assess subjects with a self-reported diagnosis of psoriasis and their willingness to initiate treatment. Subjects were randomized in a 1:1:1 ratio to receive an online survey with the f...

Should we video OSCEs for student appeals?

Those setting objective structured clinical exams (OSCEs) are likely to encounter candidates who dispute the examiners' scores and feedback. At our own institution, candidates have requested video recording to aid in later academic appeals. Before ceding to such requests, we wished to be certain that the marking of recorded OSCEs would give comparable results to live marking, and that technical challenges could be met within reasonable cost.

Measurement of abortion safety using community-based surveys: Findings from three countries.

This study aimed to measure abortion safety in Nigeria, Cote d'Ivoire, and Rajasthan, India using population-based abortion data from representative samples of reproductive age women. Interviewers asked women separately about their experience with "pregnancy removal" and "period regulation at a time when you were worried you were pregnant", and collected details on method(s) and source(s) of abortion. We operationalized safety along two dimensions: 1) whether the method(s) used were non-recommended and put ...

Medication Abortion Provided Through Telemedicine in Four U.S. States.

To assess outcomes of medication abortion provided through telemedicine compared with standard medication abortion at Planned Parenthood health centers in four U.S. states.

How Will Recent Abortion Legislation Affect Women's Health?

Limits on abortion may further increase U.S. maternal morbidity and mortality.

Rethinking Unplugging.

Opponents of abortion have traditionally responded to Judith Thomson's "A Defense of Abortion" by denying that her example of the unconscious violinist is analogous to a pregnancy that results from rape. In this article, I argue that this strategy does not work. Although there are differences between Thomson's violinist and pregnancies that result from rape, the differences are not morally relevant. The appropriate strategy for the opponent of abortion, I argue, is to simply bite the bullet: the opponent of...

Resisting abortion stigma in situ: South African womxn's and healthcare providers' accounts of the pre-abortion counselling healthcare encounter.

Abortion providers and pregnant people who undergo abortion potentially face significant stigma. Researchers have started to explore how womxn respond to abortion stigma, usually focusing on individual strategies in managing or reducing stigma effects. Drawing on narrative data from research conducted on womxn's and healthcare providers' experiences of the pre-abortion healthcare encounter in the South African public health sector, we highlight how stigma may be resisted in social ways within this context. ...

The synonymous 903C>G mutation in the alpha 1,4-galactosyltransferase gene in a Chinese woman with habitual abortion: A case report.

Habitual abortion is caused by complex and diverse factors, such as genetic factors, immune factors, endocrine factors, viruses, bacterial infections, and so on. Allogeneic antibodies, generated due to blood-group incompatibilities between a female and her fetus, are sometimes important for habitual abortion.

Characteristics of Women Who Present for Abortion Beyond the Legal Limit in Flanders, Belgium.

Women who seek abortion care beyond the first trimester of gestation are often in a vulnerable socioeconomic position with limited social support, and in Belgium, the details of their circumstances are insufficiently understood. A better understanding of this group is essential to a critical evaluation of Belgian abortion policy, which restricts abortions on request after the first trimester.

Estimating The Annual Abortion Rate in Kerman, Iran: Comparison of Direct, Network Scale-Up, and Single Sample Count Methods.

Abortion is a sensitive issue surrounded by social, cultural and religious stigmata. Therefore, estimation of its prevalence involves methodological challenges. The aim of this manuscript is to estimate the abortion prevalence, stratified by type, using a direct and two indirect methods.

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