My topic is the risks of ectopic pregnancy and whether it’s more common to occur in women over the age of 40. I chose this topic because there was a lot of available literature and studies to support what I have researched. I also have a high interest in pregnancy and the risks that it involves. I have researched many factors of this topic including risks, causes, age and probability of age and effects.
Library Catalogue – University of Otago Library Catalogue
“Ectopic pregnancy and age”, “Ectopic pregnancy risk”, “Older women and ectopic pregnancy”
APA Reference: Gilbert, E. (2007). Manual of high risk pregnancy and delivery, (4th ed.). St Louis, MO: Mosby/Elsevier.
Call number: 618.2 GIL 2007
Paragraph: I chose this book because it has factual information regarding to the risks related to age and ectopic pregnancies. It contains all the information that is needed to support my topic and has ectopic pregnancies listed in the index.
Quote: “The incidence of ectopic pregnancy in the general population is approximately 2% of all pregnancies (Molinaro and Barnhart, 2007).” P. 724.
APA Reference: Neinstein, L., Gordon, C (Ed.). (2008). Adolescent health care : a practical guide, (4th ed.). Philadelphia, PA 19106: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, a Wolters Kluwer business
Call Number: WS 460.N414 2002
Paragraph: I chose the book this book to support my topic as it is factual and contains chapters on ectopic pregnancy. It relates to and talks about the risks in both younger and older women.
Quote: “Ectopic pregnancy occurs throughout the reproductive age spectrum. A review from California found a low rate of 12.5 per 1,000 reported pregnancies in women aged 15 to 19 to a high rate of 42.5 per 1,000 pregnancies in women aged 40 to 45” P. 733.
Library Database – CINAHL . Health & Wellness Resource Center.
CINAHL- “Ectopic pregnancy and age”, “Ectopic pregnancy risk”, “Older women and ectopic...