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Intra amniotic tetanus toxoid as a safe abortifacient


, : Intra amniotic tetanus toxoid as a safe abortifacient. Indian Journal of Medical Research 70(SEPT): 435-439

Two ml of tetanus toxoid given intra-amniotically produced abortion in 74 pregnant women from 8-20 wk of gestation. The abortion occurred within 12 h-43 days after toxoid administration. Women [35] aborted after the 1st injection, 29 required a 2nd injection after 7 days whereas 10 had to be injected for the 3rd time. The whole conceptus including the placenta and membranes was expelled in 61 women who did not require any special management. Women [13] required dilatation and curettage. Fetuses [38] were macerated and 36 nonmacerated.

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