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Miscarriage Types

For NUR154, CCHS TEST 3 (High Risk Antepartum)

threatened miscarriage Pregnant patient has mild cramping, slight bleeding, no passage of tissue or dilation
inevitable miscarriage Pregnant patient has moderate amount of bleeding, mild to severe cramping with cervical dilation, but no passage of tissue
incomplete miscarriage Pregnant patient has heavy amount of bleeding, severe cramping with cervical dilation, and some passage of tissue
complete miscarriage Pregnant patient has passed tissue through dilated cervix, but bleeding has now slight and cramping is subsiding and cervix has re-closed.
missed miscarriage Pregnant patient has no uterine growth in several weeks and no fetal heart beat, but no cramping or bleeding; cervix remains closed.
recurrent miscarriage 3 or more pregnancies lost prior to 20 weeks gestation
surgical intervention for retained products of conception D&C (dilation & curettage)
Created by: khillmiller