vacuum aspirator

vac·uum as·pi·ra·tor

an instrument for removing the products of conception by suction after cervical dilation.
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Successful retrieval of an intrauterine device with " missing strings" using a manual vacuum aspirator in a desired early pregnancy: Case Report.
Manual vacuum aspirator: A safe and effective tool for decentralization of post miscarriage care.
Midwife Sharon Hobo explains the manual vacuum aspirator, a tool for abortions in the first trimester does not keep a record of illegal abortion providers, so the extent to which these providers function is unclear.
Don't be frustrated or enraged as Michael Tooley, advocating the extreme liberal pro-choice position, starts with numbered propositions rather than with the sound of the vacuum aspirator, the grate of the curette, or the moans of regret.
The manual vacuum aspirator (MVA) is a handheld syringe that works well in the ambulatory setting because it is small, quiet, portable, and inexpensive.
Above all it flows out of a wound, so we had to create a special vacuum aspirator to contain it."
McIntyre is the national vice chairman of the Planned Parenthood Association of South Africa (PPASA), and has promoted an early-abortion procedure carried out with a manual vacuum aspirator.
-- A manual vacuum aspirator is a reasonable alternative for physicians who want to offer medical abortions but do not have a powered vacuum suction device in their offices, Dr.
Furthermore manual vacuum aspirator is without noise as compared to electric suction pump912.
It promotes unrestricted use of the morning-after pill, abortions (by vacuum aspirator), sterilizations, and an 'unjudgmental attitude' to extramarital and homosexual relations.