COMPARATIVE STUDY OF MANUAL VACUUM ASPIRATION AND DILATATION & EVACUATION IN TERMS OF THEIRS ACCEPTABILITY AND COMPLICATIONS FOR THE SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF EARLY PREGNANCY LOSS
Background: To compare efficacy and complication of manual vacuum aspiration and dilatation and evacuation as the method for early pregnancy loss surgical management.
Methods: This study was conducted in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, SMS Medical College & Associated group of Hospitals, Jaipur during this study, 200 pregnant women with below 12 weeks gestational age having a confirmed diagnosis of incomplete miscarriage and missed abortion were included. All selected cases divided into MVA group and D&E group randomly.
Results: MVA group 98% cases were successful and failure was in 2% which required re-procedure. In D&E group 94% cases were successful and failure was in 6% cases which required re-procedure. Success rate was founded more in MVA group than D&E group.
Conclusion: On comparison of the two, in our study MVA was seen to be having an edge over D&E, regarding complication and success rate.
Keywords: MVA, D&E, Complication, Success rate.