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  • Journal

    Abramowicz, J. S., Evans, D. H., Fowlkes, J. B., Maršal, K. and terHaar, G.

    Guidelines for Cleaning Transvaginal Ultrasound Transducers Between Patients

    2017 - Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology

    In-text: (Abramowicz et al. 1076-1079)

    Your Bibliography: Abramowicz, Jacques S. et al. "Guidelines For Cleaning Transvaginal Ultrasound Transducers Between Patients." Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology 43.5 (2017): 1076-1079. Web. 15 Mar. 2020.

  • Journal

    Acharya, G., Haugen, M., Brathen, A., Nilsen, I. and Maltau, J. M.

    Role of routine ultrasonography in monitoring the outcome of medical abortion in a clinical setting

    2004 - Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica

    In-text: (Acharya et al. 390-394)

    Your Bibliography: Acharya, Ganesh et al. "Role Of Routine Ultrasonography In Monitoring The Outcome Of Medical Abortion In A Clinical Setting." Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica 83.4 (2004): 390-394. Web.

  • Book

    Affliates Risk Management Services, Inc. and The Planned Parenthood Consortium of Abortion Providers

    Ultrasound in Abortion Care Workbook

    2007 - Affiliates Risk Management Services, Inc.

    TV + higher spatial resolution (5-7.5MHz transducer) - limited maneuverability -full bladder decrease visualisation and can increase reverberation artifact and displace uterus - recommended for empty bladder TA + full bladder displace bowel, easier to visualise uterus bowel contains gas that can scatter ultrasound energy and block view. - lower spatial resolution (3-5 MHz transducer) + greater transducer maneuverability

    In-text: (Affliates Risk Management Services, Inc. and The Planned Parenthood Consortium of Abortion Providers)

    Your Bibliography: Affliates Risk Management Services, Inc., and The Planned Parenthood Consortium of Abortion Providers. Ultrasound In Abortion Care Workbook. Affiliates Risk Management Services, Inc., 2007. Print.

  • Website

    BMUS

    STATEMENT ON PATIENT INFORMATION AND INFORMED CONSENT

    2020 - BMUS

    In-text: (BMUS)

    Your Bibliography: BMUS. "STATEMENT ON PATIENT INFORMATION AND INFORMED CONSENT." bmus.org. N.p., 2020. Web. 15 Mar. 2020.

  • Report

    BPAS

    Infection Prevention Policy

    2018 - British Pregnancy Advisory Service - Stratford-Upon-Avon

    In-text: (BPAS)

    Your Bibliography: BPAS. Infection Prevention Policy. Stratford-Upon-Avon: British Pregnancy Advisory Service, 2018. Print.

  • Report

    BPAS

    Ultrasound Policy

    2018 - British Pregnancy Advisory Service. - Stratford-Upon-Avon

    In-text: (BPAS)

    Your Bibliography: BPAS. Ultrasound Policy. Stratford-Upon-Avon: British Pregnancy Advisory Service., 2018. Print.

  • Book

    Chudleigh, T. and Thilaganathan, B.

    Obstetric Ultrasound

    2004 - Elsevier Churchill Livingstone - Edinburgh

    In-text: (Chudleigh and Thilaganathan)

    Your Bibliography: Chudleigh, Trish, and Basky Thilaganathan. Obstetric Ultrasound. 3rd ed. Edinburgh: Elsevier Churchill Livingstone, 2004. Print.

  • Journal

    ISUOG

    ISUOG Practice Guidelines: performance of first-trimester fetal ultrasound scan

    2013 - Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology

    ""trimester? CRL measurements can be carried out transabdominally or transvaginally. A midline sagittal section of the whole embryo or fetus should be obtained, ideally with the embryo or fetus oriented horizontally on the screen. An image should be magnified sufficiently to fill most of the width of the ultrasound screen, so that the measurement line between crown and rump is at about 90◦ to the ultrasound beam37,38. Electronic linear calipers should be used to measure the fetus in a neutral position (i.e. neither flexed nor hyperextended). The end points of crown and rump should be defined clearly. Care must be taken to avoid inclusion of structures such as the yolk sac. In order to ensure that the fetus is not flexed, amniotic fluid should be visible between the fetal chin and chest (Figure 1). However, this may be difficult to achieve at earlier ges- tations (around 6–9 weeks) when the embryo is typically hyperflexed. In this situation, the actual measurement rep- resents the neck–rump length, but it is still termed the CRL. In very early gestations it is not usually possible to distinguish between the cephalic and caudal ends and a greatest length measurement is taken instead.""

    In-text: (ISUOG 102-113)

    Your Bibliography: ISUOG. "ISUOG Practice Guidelines: Performance Of First-Trimester Fetal Ultrasound Scan." Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology 41.1 (2013): 102-113. Web.

  • Journal

    Lohr, P. A., Reeves, M. F. and Creinin, M. D.

    A comparison of transabdominal and transvaginal ultrasonography for determination of gestational age and clinical outcomes in women undergoing early medical abortion

    2010 - Contraception

    In-text: (Lohr, Reeves and Creinin 240-244)

    Your Bibliography: Lohr, Patricia A., Matthew F. Reeves, and Mitchell D. Creinin. "A Comparison Of Transabdominal And Transvaginal Ultrasonography For Determination Of Gestational Age And Clinical Outcomes In Women Undergoing Early Medical Abortion." Contraception 81.3 (2010): 240-244. Web.

  • Journal

    Mendelson, E. B., Bohm-Velez, M., Joseph, N. and Neiman, H. L.

    Gynecologic imaging: comparison of transabdominal and transvaginal sonography.

    1988 - Radiology

    transvaginal better for exclusion of ectopic and organs and fine structures seen better TV better image quality

    In-text: (Mendelson et al. 321-324)

    Your Bibliography: Mendelson, E B et al. "Gynecologic Imaging: Comparison Of Transabdominal And Transvaginal Sonography.." Radiology 166.2 (1988): 321-324. Web.

  • Journal

    Nyhsen, C. M., Humphreys, H., Koerner, R. J., Grenier, N., Brady, A., Sidhu, P., Nicolau, C., Mostbeck, G., D’Onofrio, M., Gangi, A. and Claudon, M.

    Infection prevention and control in ultrasound - best practice recommendations from the European Society of Radiology Ultrasound Working Group

    2017 - Insights into Imaging

    In-text: (Nyhsen et al. 523-535)

    Your Bibliography: Nyhsen, Christiane M. et al. "Infection Prevention And Control In Ultrasound - Best Practice Recommendations From The European Society Of Radiology Ultrasound Working Group." Insights into Imaging 8.6 (2017): 523-535. Web. 15 Mar. 2020.

  • Report

    The Society & College of Radiographers and British Medical Ultrasound Society

    Guidelines for Professional Ultrasound Practice Revision 4

    2019 - Society and College of Radiographers and British Medical Ultrasound Society

    In-text: (The Society & College of Radiographers and British Medical Ultrasound Society)

    Your Bibliography: The Society & College of Radiographers, and British Medical Ultrasound Society. Guidelines For Professional Ultrasound Practice Revision 4. Society and College of Radiographers and British Medical Ultrasound Society, 2019. Web. 15 Mar. 2020.

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