Finer, L.B and Hernshaw, S, K. “Abortion incidences in the United States in 2000. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health 35 (1): 6-15.
The article confers the prevalence of abortion and its consequences to the reproductive health of women practicing abortion in America.
Guttmacher Institute (2011). An Overview of Abortion in the United States” Guttmacher Institute
The article seeks to highlight the rate of unplanned pregnancies which result in abortion. The article further articulates the circumstances compelling women to opt for abortion at various stages of pregnancy. Moreover the article reviews provision of safe abortion services and safety measures taken in enhancing safe abortion. Finally, an international view on abortion is discussed
Jones, R. & Megan, K. “Changes in Abortion Rates Between 2000 and 2008 and Lifetime Incidences of Abortion” Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 117(6): 1358-1366.
The journal seeks to estimate the rate of abortion among women living in the subpopulations from 2000 to 2008. The article makes use of both primary and secondary data in estimating the lifetime occurrences of abortion. The article seeks to prove that there are escalations in the level of abortion among the poor women as legal policies do not affect this poor population.
Shah, I. Ahman, E. (December 2009). “Unsafe abortion: global and regional evidence, trends, consequences, and challenges” Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada 31 (12): 1149-58.
The article reviews both the regional and global occurrences of induced abortions. Both the safe and unsafe methods of self induced abortion are discussed. The article mainly articulates on the dangers associated with the various methods of abortions. Moreover, both the local and global legal policies on abortions are discussed while highlighting the measures to be undertaken in curbing dangerous abortion methods.
Smith, J. (1998). “Risky choices: The dangers of teens using self-induced abortion attempts” journal of Pediatric Health Care 12 (3): 14-151.
The journal seeks to explore on the dangers of self induced abortions among teenagers. The journal illustrates both the current and historical methods used by teenagers in inducing abortion. The article reveals the various types of methods adopted in self induced abortions and the dangers they pose. Reasons compelling teenagers to opt for self induced abortions are discussed and recommendations that can aid nurses identify cases of self induced abortions among patients in order to curb risks associated with the failed abortion are discussed.