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Women Prefer Office Procedure during treatment of Early Pregnancy

Most women who undergo surgery following an early pregnancy failure are often treated in an operating room, mostly under general anesthesia//. However a new study has raised questions about whether women prefer that approach.

Early pregnancy failure - or EPF - occurs in 14 to 19 percent of recognized pregnancies. Cases treated with surgery typically haven't been performed in an office-based setting, even while many other procedures have moved from the OR to the office. Now, a study from the University of Michigan Health System suggests that many women would choose the option of having the procedure done in the relative privacy of an office, without general anesthesia.

"We found that managing an early pregnancy failure in the office is an acceptable option for many women," says Vanessa K. Dalton, M.D., MPH, lead author of the study, which appeared recently in the journal Obstetrics & Gynecology. "This is a real shift in the way we can approach the care of women with EPF. Many other procedures have moved from the operating room into an ambulatory setting, but for the most part, the management of EPF has not.

"This is a difficult experience for women, and we want to make sure that we are offering them the type of care that works best for them and which they prefer," Dalton says.

Studies indicate that sharp curettage (scraping) and general anesthesia are still common when performing this procedure in the operating room - despite evidence associating them with higher complication rates than suction removal without general anesthesia, says Dalton, assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the U-M Medical School.

The study also found: Costs were more than twice as much in the operating room compared to the office procedures, and the procedure was 80 percent longer. Physician reimbursement did not differ between the two groups.

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