Friday, February 26, 2010

Today's searches: Kermit Gosnell and more

  • Dr. Kermit Gosnell: Philadelphia abortionist who did the fatal abortions on Semika Shirelle Shaw and Karnamaya Mongar, and had been involved in the 1972 Mother's Day "Super Coil" fiasco.

  • Abortion in the 1950s

  • Fetuses at 18 weeks and 20 weeks. Legally abortable in every state in the union.

  • Abortion deaths since 2000. Recently updated.

  • Third trimester abortion: The law, supported by Barack Obama, unintentional, Tiller's "life saving" late abortions... go here for more.

  • John Baxter Hamilton: abortionist who murdered his wife on Valentine's Day of 2001.

  • Delta Women's Clinic New Orleans

  • California abortion deaths: I have a list in the sidebar on the page about Holly Patterson's death. The list isn't all-inclusive. You can do a search for "California" once you're on the page and find more.

  • Failed abortions (when the baby doesn't die as intended)

  • Abortion videos

    OperationCounterstrike said...

    Hey Christina, we were talking about appropriate follow-up for medical abortion (you wanted a course of hCG studies) and so the following might interest you:

    GrannyGrump said...

    Let me turn that into a link.

    Interesting. Given how heavily women often bleed with chemical abortions, keeping them close to home but still monitored sounds like a good idea. Just a couple of concerns:

    1. I'm curious about the women who were lost to follow up. I wonder why they lost contact, and how they could be encouraged to keep in communication with a care provider until it was determined that they were fully recovered. (Not saying I have answers; just pondering the problem.)

    2. Are women who don't live within easy emergency transport distance of the hospital their doctor is affiliated with being hooked up with everything they'd need to provide another hospital as far as information should they need to be hospitalized?

    3. Would this process work as safely with women who have diagnosed or suspected ectopics?