Algorithm to help determine diagnosis and treatment of ectopic pregnancy.
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This factsheet explains basic information about ectopic pregnancy including the symptoms, tests a patient might need, treatment, and future risks. __________________________________________________________ Spanish: Updated June/junio 2021 Reading Grade Level (Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level): 5.5
Hendriks, E, Rosenberg, R, Prine L. Am. Fam Physician. 2020 May 15;101(10)599-606. Link: https://www.aafp.org/afp/2020/0515/p599.html Abstract Ectopic pregnancy occurs when a fertilized ovum implants outside of the uterine cavity. In the United States, the estimated prevalence of ectopic pregnancy is 1% to 2%, and ruptured ectopic pregnancy accounts for 2.7% of pregnancy-related deaths. Risk factors include…
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Protocol for patients that have been diagnosed with an ectopic pregnancy and are clinically stable.
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This is a protocol to care for patients who have had an ultrasound without visualization of an intrauterine pregnancy and who have an indeterminate last menstrual period. For further guidance, read our Protocol for Ectopic Pregnancy Treatment.
For patients whose pregnancy was not seen on ultrasound, use this patient handout to help explain the next steps. You can also share our Ectopic Pregnancy Fact Sheet for more information on symptoms, tests, and treatment for ectopic pregnancy.
Confronting Pregnancy Criminalization: A Practical Guide for Healthcare Providers, Lawyers, Medical Examiners, Child Welfare Workers, and Policymakers
The National Advocates for Pregnant Women designed this guide to educate and provide practical tools for law enforcement, defense attorneys, child welfare workers, healthcare providers, medical examiners, and legislators about the power they have to stop the criminalization of pregnancy.
This job aid by the National Clinical Training Center for Family Planning serves as a guide for clinicians performing physical examinations in sexual and reproductive health settings. In addition to defining trauma and trauma-informed care (TIC), this guide offers a roadmap to providing TIC before, during, and after a physical exam with action steps and sample phrases. A self-assessment checklist is available at the end of this guide.