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Surgical evacuation can be done through one of two methods, dilatation and curettage (D&C) and manual vacuum aspiration (MVA).
In contrast, the cost at primary-level private clinics, which provide outpatient services only and routinely use manual vacuum aspiration and medication abortion, was only $45.
Training in manual vacuum aspiration (MVA) for uterine evacuation was introduced, for use by midwives as well as obstetrician-gynaecologists, with local anaesthesia.
Of the 202 accredited advanced practice clinician training programs that responded to a survey, 53% reported that they offer didactic instruction in at least one abortion procedure--surgical abortion, manual vacuum aspiration, or medical abortion.
Consists of manual vacuum aspiration following cervical dilation induced by misoprostrol.
There are new chapters on pelvic examination, helping a woman when a pregnancy ends early, and manual vacuum aspiration.
My Foetus showed an abortion procedure actually taking place, using a technique called manual vacuum aspiration, on a woman who was four weeks pregnant.
Patients choosing surgery underwent manual vacuum aspiration with local anesthesia at their initial office visit.