This book addresses the reality of delivering gynaecological care in the 21st century, and looks at the developments that are currently taking place in the field. It provides an overview of some common gynaecological problems and looks at new services and different ways of delivering care. It also shows how gynaecological services are developing in response to women's needs. Above all the book is not medically orientated but shows how nurses and professionals allied to medicine are making a difference. * Covers the latest developments in the gynaecological field * Written soecifically from a nursing and allied health professionals perspectiveAbortion is less traumatic if it can be performed in the first trimester (Royal College of Obstetricians and ... This requires medical input, operating theatre time, anaesthetists, operating department assistants and equipment costs, giving rise to huge funding issues. ... In addition, fewer gynaecological surgeons are willing to perform the operation, so many trusts are providing abortions in private care settings.
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