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2.) nope never made that assertion one time not even close but please fell free to make up more things it further shows you got nothing. The FDA didnt change anything, this legislation is actually allowing the state to more closely follow the rules already in place. The current laws were being MORE strict then the medical field deemed necessary.
any other failed made up posts you wanna make?
All it takes is training as a midwife and a Nurse practitioner can deliver a baby. We're talking about a .5% rate of series complications for first trimester abortions. That's only slightly higher than complications for child birthYes, routine treatments. From my understanding, even medicated abortions carry more risk than a flu shot
“Capitalism is the astounding belief that the most wickedest of men will do the most wickedest of things for the greatest good of everyone.” John Maynard Keynes
They also take into consideration safety and risk of complicationLimitations vary from state to state and mostly cover narcotics.
Again, my question was qualified by pointing out that while non-MDs can prescribe drugs, their ability is limited. So how does simply repeating my qualification answer my question? All it does is ignore one of the basic elements of it and supply a non-answerSo qualified medical professionals who can do as you ask are still not good enough for you?
PS they're schooling on the subject is also very specialized and the type of situations they can operate is very limited. In such circumstances that is completely acceptable, because concern is clearly being shown for the potential risk. No one has shown an equal concern here
This is written into the bill cited into the OP, or just some general statement that might not even apply here? If it's the former I am ok with that. But after the Gosnell case, I am very skeptical of initiatives that attempt to further access to abortion, witthout explicite measures taken for safetyThere is also required additional training for nurse practitioners that would handle first trimester abortions
I think the midwife system is completely archaic. So citing it does little to alleviate my concerns hereAll it takes is training as a midwife and a Nurse practitioner can deliver a baby. We're talking about a .5% rate of series complications for first trimester abortions. That's only slightly higher than complications for child birth
the answer proves your concerns are not only meaningless but are 100% met.
PAs can give prescriptions, whether or not they have limits is meaningless since this prescription and or procedures falls within their limits. ALso this bill didnt change or impact that fact. The previous law was limiting it but not based on MEDICAL qualifications based.
no concern needed unless one is concerned the whole medical system is broken regulations, training, certification wise.