MANUAL VACUUM ASPIRATION (MVA)
Mannual Vacuum aspiration uses aspiration to remove uterine contents through the cervix. It may be used as a method of induced abortion, a therapeutic procedure used after miscarriage, or a procedure to obtain a sample for endometrial biopsy. The rate of infection is lower than any other surgical abortion procedure at 0.5%.
Some sources may use the terms dilation and evacuation or “suction” dilation and curettage to refer to vacuum aspiration, although those terms are normally used to refer to distinct procedures.
A safe and efective method of surgical abortions for up to 12 weeks of pregnancy
Discreet and Client-Friendly
Quiet procedure meets clients’needs for privacy
Enable faster recovery time comparing with operating room procedure
Safe and Effective
Can be performed without the need for a specialist setup or operating theatre.
98% effective with low complication rates, recommended by WHO.
Safe alternative to sharp curettage
Reduce procedural costs by performing procedures in outpatient setting
No need for general anesthesia