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What To Know: Endometrial Ablation in the Real World

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What To Know: Endometrial Ablation in the Real World

Experts in the field of minimally invasive gynecology share their experiences and opinions regarding AUB and endometrial ablation in this monograph.
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  • Overview

    Endometrial ablation as a treatment for abnormal uterine bleeding (AUB) continues to evolve, as especially so with the advent of technology. Multiple device options are approved world-wide for use. Clinician must ask themselves, what differentiates these devices with respect to outcomes and functionality? How does one advise patients on expectations and possible untoward events? Why should clinicians choose to employ one endometrial ablation modality over another?

    In this monograph, explore the experiences and opinions of recognized experts in the field of minimally invasive gynecology who have provided in-depth reviews of the most up-to-date literature related to AUB and endometrial ablation.

  • Disclaimer

    This is a general information tool for medical professionals and is not a complete representation of the product(s)’ Instruction for Use (IFU) or Package Insert, and it is the medical professionals’ responsibility to read and follow the IFU or Package Insert.

    The information provided may suggest a particular technique or protocol; however, it is the sole responsibility of the medical professional to determine which technique or protocol is appropriate. At all times, clinicians remain responsible for utilizing sound patient evaluation and selection practices, and for complying with applicable local, state, and federal rules and regulations regarding accreditation, anesthesia, reimbursement, and all other aspects of in-office procedures. In no event shall Hologic be liable for damages of any kind resulting from your use of the information presented.

    Important  Safety Information:

    NovaSure® endometrial ablation is for premenopausal women with heavy periods due to benign causes who are finished childbearing. Pregnancy following the NovaSure procedure can be dangerous. The NovaSure procedure is not for those who have or suspect uterine cancer; have an active genital, urinary or pelvic infection; or an IUD. NovaSure endometrial ablation is not a sterilization procedure. Rare but serious risks include, but are not limited to, thermal injury, perforation and infection. Temporary side effects may include cramping, nausea, vomiting, discharge and spotting. Inform patients to contact you if they experience a possible side effect related to use of this product. For detailed benefit and risk information, please consult the IFU.

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