Vol. 1 Núm. 2 (2018): July - December
Incomplete abortion: risk factors and complications - Aborto incompleto :factores de riesgo y complicaciones
An incomplete abortion is the incomplete expulsion of the embryo, the product of pregnancy, is a serious public health problem. This means that the pregnancy is over, there is no fetus to develop, but your body has expelled only part of the tissue and products of pregnancy. This study aims to determine the risk factors that predispose to an incomplete abortion and the complications that patients face after having an abortion. For the development of our work we will use the non-experimental research method. To do this we use the collection of information from the medical records of several patients so that each of its variables will be studied through the analysis and the results of the results through its graphic analysis. Among the results, we have that incomplete abortion occurs mainly in patients between 15-20 years of age, who have been medicated with misoprostol, the most frequent complication being bleeding. After establishing the conclusions of the study, recommendations will be given, such as: Implementing sexual education campaigns at the level of urban and rural areas once a week in order to help reduce unwanted pregnancy and incomplete abortions, as well as Influence programs of information, sexual education communication aimed at society in general, in order to reduce the high rate of incomplete abortions and complications thereof.