Comparative study of vacuum extraction for artificial abortion by uterine cavity video monitoring and trans¬vaginal ultrasonography guidance

Comparative study of vacuum extraction for artificial abortion by uterine cavity video monitoring and trans¬vaginal ultrasonography guidance

Objective: Validation of actual performance of the world's first disposable endoscopic cannula researched and developed by Chinese themselves.

Methods: Each case is used by disposable endoscopic cannula simultaneously videotape observation and transvaginal type B ultrasonic real-time monitoring in 32 patients suction abortion surgeries. A comparison of the difference in completion of intrauterine fetal tissue clearance time and the sensitivity of judging correctly are made by two monitoring methods.

Results: There is no significant difference in completion of intrauterine fetal tissue clearance time and the sensitivity of judging correctly by two monitoring methods.

Conclusions?The disposable endoscopic cannula monitoring in the surgery is a more detailed and broader application.