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For nurses and doctors caring for women undergoing uncomplicated benign gynaecological surgery
Valid To: 08/06/2020
Publication Type: Guidelines
Guidance for gynaecologists, obstetricians and nurses in the management of ectopic pregnancy
Valid To: 08/06/2020
Publication Type: Guidelines
All clinical staff working in the Division of women, children & sexual health to provide evidence based guidance in the management of Excessive Vaginal Bleeding (EVB) Menorrhagia
Valid To: 08/06/2020
Publication Type: Guidelines
Miscarriage is defined as the loss of a pregnancy before the fetus reaches viability (usually before 24 weeks gestation). Recurrent miscarriage is the occurrence of three or more consecutive miscarriages. It affects 1% of all women. A persistent underlying cause is only found in a small proportion of women with recurrent miscarriage. Increasing maternal age and the number of previous miscarriages are independent risk factors for a further miscarriage.
Valid To: 08/06/2020
Publication Type: Guidelines
Guidance for gynaecologists, obstetricians and nurses in the management of pain and bleeding in early pregnancy
Valid To: 19/11/2021
Publication Type: Guidelines
All clinical staff working in the Division of women, children & sexual health to provide evidence based guidance in the management of pain & bleeding in early pregnancy Bleeding persistent pregnancy postpartum
Valid To: 08/06/2020
Publication Type: Guidelines
All clinical staff working in the Division of women, children & sexual health to provide evidence based guidance in the management of Manual Vacuum Aspiration (MVA)
Valid To: 08/06/2020
Publication Type: Guidelines
Guidance for gynaecologists, obstetricians and nurses in the management of miscarriage.
Valid To: 08/06/2020
Publication Type: Guidelines
For all clinical staff working in the Division of women, children & sexual health to provide evidence based guidance on the management of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
Valid To: 06/02/2022
Publication Type: Guidelines
Guidance for gynaecologists, obstetricians and nurses in the management of a pregnancy of unknown location
Valid To: 08/06/2020
Publication Type: Guidelines