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  • Abortion care [BOOK]
    National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (UK): London National Guideline Alliance (UK) BOOK
  • This guideline covers care for women of any age (including girls and young women under 18) who request an abortion. It aims to improve the organisation of services and make them easier for women to access. Detailed recommendations on conducting abortions at different gestational stages are also included, to ensure that women get the safest and most effective care possible.
  • Mechanical methods for induction of labour. [Review]
    Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2019; 10:CD001233de Vaan MD, Ten Eikelder ML, … Boulvain M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Low- to moderate-quality evidence shows mechanical induction with a balloon is probably as effective as induction of labour with vaginal PGE2. However, a balloon seems to have a more favourable safety profile. More research on this comparison does not seem warranted.Moderate-quality evidence shows a balloon catheter may be slightly less effective as oral misoprostol, but it remains unclear if there is a difference in safety outcomes for the neonate. When compared to low-dose vaginal misoprostol, low-quality evidence shows a balloon may be less effective, but probably has a better safety profile.Future research could be focused more on safety aspects for the neonate and maternal satisfaction.
  • Successful management with endovascular stent graft repair following gunshot wound to the subclavian artery: Case report and literature review. [Journal Article]
    Int J Surg Case Rep 2019; 64:75-79Elkbuli A, Shaikh S, … Boneva D
  • CONCLUSIONS: Historically, open surgical repair was considered the gold standard in the management of subclavian artery injury. However, rapid technological developments and advances in vascular surgery offer alternative management approaches in traumatic vascular surgery. In a select subset of trauma patients with penetrating vascular injuries, a minimally invasive endovascular approach may be an option. Endovascular repairs are associated with shorter operative times, less blood loss, lower complications and also a reduced mortality rate.Endovascular stent graft prostheses offer a minimally invasive treatment modality in the management of traumatic penetrating subclavian artery injuries.
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