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From D&C to vacuum aspiration and misoprostol: Ensuring quality and appropriate use of technology for postabortion care in Myanmar

This technical brief describes Ipas’s work with the Myanmar Department of Public Health to update its national postabortion care guidelines to reflect WHO recommendations regarding uterine evacuation technologies. For the first time, PAC using medical methods (misoprostol) was included.
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Year Published/Updated: 2016

Author(s): Ipas

Languages: English
Regions: Asia
Countries: Myanmar

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