Advantages and Disadvantages of Medical Abortion, According to Brazilian Residents in Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Conclusion Residents perceived both clinical and personal issues as advantages of medical abortion.Resumo Objetivo Descobrir qual foi a opini ão dos residentes em ginecologia e obstetrícia sobre as vantagens e desvantagens do aborto medicamentoso em relação aos procedimentos cirúrgicos. Métodos Estudo multicêntrico transversal entre residentes de ginecologia e obstetrícia de 21 maternidades localizadas em 4 diferentes regiões g eográficas do Brasil, utilizando um questionário autorrespondido com 31 questões relacionadas à sua opinião e experiência na prestação de serviços de aborto. Resultados A maioria dos residentes concordou que "ser menos invasivo" (94,7%), "não necessitar de anestesia" (89,7%), "poder ser acompanhado durante o processo" (89,1%), "prevenir trauma físico" (84,4%) foram as principais vantagens do aborto medicamentoso. Conclusão Os residentes perceberam tanto questões clínicas como pessoais como sendo vantagens do aborto medicamentoso.
Source: Revista Brasileira de Ginecologia e Obstetricia - Category: OBGYN Source Type: research

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