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Monday, September 04, 2017

THE MISDIAGNOSED MISCARRIAGE

Misdiagnosed Miscarriage 

With all of the "allied health professionals" seeing patients nowadays, I've often wondered how well trained they are. Many insurance plans encourage the use of "physician extenders" who are people with limited training - especially on equipment like ultrasounds.
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 Some physicians aren't that well trained on OB ultrasounds either. I had quite a few ultrasounds when I miscarried...some were done by ER physicians, some done by Nurse practitioners, some done by physician assistants and some done by ultrasound technicians. It's understandable that some of these people just aren't trained as well as others. This article talks about how some viable pregnancies are misclassified leading to procedures which may take out a viable pregnancies. Read more:

Professor Tom Bourne, from Imperial College London, said 400 viable pregnancies a year could be "misclassified" as a miscarriage.

"These numbers are significant and relate to pregnancies that would be highly likely to reach term," he said.

"I don't think women should be anxious, but I do think we should get it right so we don't make any mistakes."

Prof Bourne led a new study of 1,000 women who were thought to be miscarrying.

"I don't think women should be anxious, but I do think we should get it right so we don't make any mistakes."

Professor Tom Bourne from Imperial College London

If women experience pain or bleeding during pregnancy doctors scan the gestational sac inside the
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womb. If there is no embryo or the foetus has no heartbeat they diagnose a miscarriage.

But where there is doubt doctors are advised to measure the size of the gestational sac seven to 10 days later. If the sac has not grown, a miscarriage is assumed to have occurred.

However, the researchers warn that there can be a natural variation in the size of gestational sac of up to 20%.

The researchers are now calling for more research and improved medical guidelines to reduce the chances of misdiagnosis.

from:
new.sky.com

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