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Sterilization, Reproductive (0)
Articles on Sterilization, Reproductive
Contraceptive security: incomplete without long-acting and permanent methods of family planning.
Global: health federation issues ethics guidelines on forced female sterilization.
The International Federation of Gynaecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) recently released new ethics guidelines in response to the continuing forced sterilization of women, including those living with HIV, in parts of the developing world.
Additional views on the costs of feral cat control.
Vasectomy techniques--need for better occlusion methods.
Medical responsibility in the United Arab Emirates
Vasectomy by epithelial curettage without suture or cautery: a pilot study in humans.
We conducted a pilot study of vasectomy by epithelial curettage with a novel microcurette called the Vas-X in 12 normal men requesting elective sterilization. Seminal fluid analysis was obtained monthly after the procedure for 6 months. Pain was assessed by questionnaire. Three months after the proc...
Radiographic measurement of cardiac size in 27 rabbits.
Right lateral position (RL) chest radiograms were obtained from 27 heart disease-free rabbits, and cardiac sizes were compared according to body weight ( or =1.6 kg) and gender (female vs. male). Significant differences (P<0.05) were observed in RL-long axis (RL-LA) and RL-vertebral heart...
Contraception for specific populations.
Almost half of the pregnancies in the United States each year are unintended. Although there are multiple contraceptive options available, providers often struggle with meeting the special requirements of adolescent, postpartum, and perimenopausal patients. Adolescents often have trouble adhering to...
Quinacrine sterilization and gynecologic cancers: a case-control study in northern Vietnam.
The prevalence of quinacrine exposure was 1.2% among cases and 1.1% among controls. For cervical cancer, analysis of 606 cases (9 exposed) and their 1774 matched controls (18 exposed) produced an odds ratio of 1.44 (95% confidence interval = 0.59-3.48) (adjusted for several covariates including huma...
Failed female sterilization: a review of pathogenesis and subsequent contraceptive options.
Available evidence suggests that sterilization fails in 0.13-1.3% of sterilization procedures and of these, 15-33% will be ectopic pregnancies. Tubal recanalization and cornual and tuboperitoneal fistula formation are the main causes; their occurrence can be reduced by proper training and use of app...