Best Practices in the Management of Complications following Early Pregnancy Loss

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Complications following early pregnancy loss are rare, but when they occur, the results may be catastrophic, leading to future infertility or morbidity. What steps should practicing ob/gyns take to identify and manage common complications such as infection, hemorrhage, and uterine perforation?

Read this supplement to learn more about practical strategies for reducing the risk of infection and other complications that may follow early pregnancy loss.

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