|Age of Woman||Principal Procedure|
|All Ages||26||All Procedures||26|
|< 20||1||Suction Curettage||10|
|20 - 24||9||Medical (non-surgical)||1|
|25 - 29||7||Dilation and Evacuation||15|
|30 - 34||5||Saline or Prostaglandin||-|
|35 - 39||3||Sharp Curettage (D & C)||-|
|Weeks of Gestation||Type of Facility|
|05 - 08||3||Hospital Satellite Clinic||-|
|09 - 12||6|| Freestanding Outpatient
|13 - 16||3|
|17 - 20||7||Physician's Private Office||-|
|21 +||7||Other Facilities||-|
Gestational age based on the clinician’s estimate. The reporting of procedures used
conforms to national recommendations issued by the Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention (CDC). In abortions where more than one procedure
was performed, the principal procedure was determined according to the
following hierarchy: hysterectomy/hysterotomy, sharp curettage (D&C),
saline injection or prostaglandin, dilation and evacuation, medical (non-surgical),
suction curettage and other procedures.
-: A dash indicates quantity zero.
1This item is reported in compliance with statute MCL 333.2835(6)(c).
|Source: 2016 Files of Reported Induced Abortions Occurring in Michigan, Division for Vital Records & Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Health & Human Services.|