RTB: The worldwide push to limit sexual reproduction in poor countries is hidden from Western view; it does not occur in plain sight in the US or Europe, but it does in India and Asia. Laparoscopic sterilization in camps and institutional set-up. J Postgrad Med 1985;31:20 Mhatre PN, Parulekar SV, Purandare VN. :: Introduction Voluntary … Continue reading Sterilizing the Poor in the Modern Era: Laparoscopic Sterilization in Camps
Laparoscopic sterilization camp, Report #1: Facts, impressions and some preliminary analysis. Author: Miller R Source: March 28, 1973. 30 p. Abstract: A laparoscopic sterilization camp was set up in a rural part of Nepal for 2 weeks during which time 215 operations were performed by 1 surgeon. 2 weeks of motivational work and the 2-week … Continue reading Laparoscopic sterilization camp, Report #1: Facts, impressions and some preliminary analysis
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1839351 by Rohit V. Bhatt http://www.quinacrine.com/archive/bhat91.pdf Abstract: An early experience of camp laparoscopic sterilization in Gujarat State, India, resulted in 22 deaths among 106,500 women undergoing the operation during 1979 and 1980. Increased risk of death was seen when larger numbers of procedures were performed by year or month of year. The least experienced surgeons … Continue reading Camp Laparoscopic Sterilization Deaths in Gujarat
http://sti.bmj.com/cgi/content/abstract/74/6/426 Risk factors for laparoscopically confirmed pelvic inflammatory disease: findings from Mumbai (Bombay), India A Gogate, L Brabin, S Nicholas, S Gogate, T Gaonkar, A Naidu, A Divekar, A Karande and CA Hart Brihan Mumbai Municipal Corporation, India. Sexually Transmitted Infections, Vol 74, Issue 6 426-432, Copyright © 1998 by Sexually Transmitted Infections
Title: Laparoscopic sterilization camp, Report #1: Facts, impressions and some preliminary analysis. POPLINE Document Number: 730516 Author(s): Miller R Source citation: March 28, 1973. 30 p, Keywords: Abstract: A laparoscopic sterilization camp was set up in a rural part of Nepal for 2 weeks during which time 215 operations were performed by 1 surgeon. 2 … Continue reading Laparoscopic sterilization camp, Report #1: Facts, impressions and some preliminary analysis.
Abstract For many years, female sterilization by tubal occlusion has been practiced in developing countries. To date, there has been little research into possible side effects resulting from this procedure. This project will enable the Chulalongkorn Hospital Medical School of Thailand to investigate any abnormal ovarian disturbances and uterine bleeding caused by this method of … Continue reading Sterilization Effects (Thailand)
Williams Obstetrics, 22e Section VI. The Puerperium Female Sterilization Sections: Puerperal Tubal Sterilization, Irving Procedure, Pomeroy Procedure, Parkland Procedure, Surgical Technique, Other Procedures, Failure Rates, Nonpuerperal (Interval) Tubal Sterilization, Surgical Approaches, Laparoscopic Methods of Tubal Interruption, Operative Complications, Failure Rates, Long-Term Complications, Ectopic Pregnancy, Posttubal Ligation Syndrome, Other Effects, Reversal of Tubal Sterilization, Hysterectomy, Transcervical … Continue reading Female Sterilization
Title: Update on female sterilisation: Report from an international symposium on considerations for assessing long-term failure rates. Author: O’Brien S; Gupta J; Najia S; Yehia M Source: Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care. 2008;34(1):13-18.
http://www.duo.uio.no/sok/work.html?WORKID=73494 II. ABSTRACT Hasina Moaddab, Somyeh Sajadian Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo, spring 2008. BACKGROUND: Laparoscopic fallopian ring reproductive sterilization is one of the common methods of contraception practiced by women in developing countries like India. This study was undertaken to study the women undergoing surgical sterilization, the way a sterilization camp is conducted … Continue reading Female surgical sterilization at a sterilization camp in Mursan, Uttar Pradesh, India.
http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/00000080.htm From 1977 through 1981, 29 deaths attributable to tubal sterilization were reported in the United States. Eleven of these followed complications of general anesthesia; seven were due to sepsis; four, to hemorrhage; four, to cardiovascular events; and three, to other causes. Over five million women underwent tubal sterilization during the 1970s, with an estimated … Continue reading Current Trends Deaths Attributable to Tubal Sterilization – United States, 1977-1981