3 edition of Biomedical Aspects of Intrauterine Devices (Advances in Reproductive Health Care) found in the catalog.
Biomedical Aspects of Intrauterine Devices (Advances in Reproductive Health Care)
December 31, 1984
Written in English
|Contributions||H. Hasson (Editor), E.S. Hafez (Editor), W.A. van Os (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
The copper intrauterine device, or IUD, is a long-term, reversible contraceptive first introduced by Howard Tatum and Jamie Zipper in Health care providers place an IUD inside a woman’s uterus to prevent IUDs are typically made of T-shaped plastic with some portion covered with exposed copper. The need for “something better,” as Lippes says, prompted him to research a new design for the intrauterine device. At that time in the United States, controversy .
Manufacturers are still turning relatively solid profits. Few of them are getting out of the business. Unlike Chrysler, the steel manufacturers, and the railroads, the medical manufacturers with the exception of a few producers of vaccines or intrauterine devices (IUDs~have not . It should be recommended reading material for all Biomedical Engineering Senior Design courses." ––Ender A. Finol, Department of Biomedical Engineering, The University of Texas at San Antonio, USA "I found this book to fill a void in the approach to teaching bioinstrumentation and the clinical applications of various bioinstruments and devices.
In most series, the intrauterine device is placed within 10 minutes of delivery of the placenta. Typically, it is placed high in the uterine fundus, using ring forceps or by hand. The principal disadvantage of inserting an IUC immediately after delivery of the placenta is an observed increase in the rate of expulsion, compared with what is seen. Objectives The paucity of safety information on intrauterine devices (IUD) for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) examinations is clinically relevant. The aim of this study is to evaluate the MRI safety of clinically used IUDs composed of copper/gold and stainless steel at T and T. Materials and methods We assessed and compared the displacement force, torque effects, presence of imaging.
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The papers evaluate biologic interactions be tween intrauterine contraceptive devices and the host, examine the risks associated with the use of these devices and describe aspects of technical progress in the field.
The contributing authors bring their knowledge and. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Based on presentations made at the Reproductive Health Care International Symposium, held in Kaanapali, Hawaii, in Oct. The papers evaluate biologic interactions be tween intrauterine contraceptive devices and the host, examine the risks associated with the use of these devices and describe aspects of technical progress in the field.
The contributing authors bring their knowledge and. About this book Extensive basic research and clinical trials have in some aspect of reproductive physiology, gyne been conducted on inert and medicated intrauterine cology, or family planning.
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Mishell DR. Intrauterine devices. Clin Obstet Gynaecol. Apr; 6 (1)– Lane ME, Arceo R, Sobrero AJ. Successful use of the diaphragm and jelly by a young population: report of a clinical study. Biomedical Aspects of Intrauterine Devices book Fam Plann Perspect.
Mar-Apr; 8 (2)– Lenton EA, Weston GA, Cooke ID. Medicated Intrauterine Devices: Physiological and Clinical Aspects - Ebook written by E.S. Hafez, W.A. van Os. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.
Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Medicated Intrauterine Devices: Physiological and Clinical Aspects. Biomedical aspects of IUDs.-(Advances in reproductive health care) 1. Intrauterine contraceptives I. Hasson, H.M. Hafez, E.S.E. III.
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The book provides a clear presentation of the global regulatory requirements and challenges in evaluating the biocompatibility and clinical safety of the. Intrauterine Growth Restriction: Aetiology and Management will be the first book to focus exclusively on this extremely important and common complication of pregnancy.
There have been many recent developments in our understanding of the aetiology and pathogenesis of the condition as well as in screening, monitoring and therapy. Background:The presence of an intrauterine device migrated into the abdominal cavity can be detected incidentally or due to complications (the most frequent abdominal pain, obstructive 8complications or cause of acute abdomen).
We report the case of a woman of 35 years, with. Medical devices play an important role in the field of medical and health technology, and encompass a wide range of health care products. Directive /47/EC defines a medical device as any instrument, apparatus, appliance, software, material or other article, whether used alone or in combination, including the software intended by its manufacturer to be used specifically for diagnostic and.
The effect of copper intrauterine devices on endocervical gonococcal cultures. Fertil Steril. Sep; 25 (9)– Mishell DR., Jr Current status of contraceptive steroids and the intrauterine device. Clin Obstet Gynecol. Mar; 17 (1)– Alvior GT., Jr Pregnancy outcome with removal of intrauterine device.
Summary Potentially pathogenic bacteria colonized the mucus coating the tails of both monofilamentous and multifilamentous intrauterine contraceptive devices (IUCD) in 72 (55 per cent) out of in vitro tests.
This suggests that the IUCD tail may be responsible for the. Global Intrauterine Contraceptive Devices Market valued approximately USD million in is anticipated to grow with a healthy growth rate of more than % over the forecast period Intrauterine contraceptive device (IUD) is a T-shaped, small-sized, birth control device that is inserted into woman™s uterus to prevent pregnancy.
In addition, behavioral methods, intrauterine devices, implants and modern approaches in animal and clinical research in the field of immunization against pregnancy are considered. Last, but not least, the book summarizes the complex ethical, religious and political aspects of. Purchase Biomaterials Science - 3rd Edition.
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Clinical experience with intrauterine devices was evaluated, based on insertions over a year period in a private practice. Biomedical Aspects of IUDs. Book. Jan ; examine the. WASHINGTON, Oct. 24—A patent for an intrauterine contraceptive device, issued this week, is assigned to the United States Government.
The device. Intrauterine Devices The IUD is a T-shaped plastic device that is placed within the lumen of the uterus, such that the arms of the “T” point toward the oviducts, with the lower end of the “T” pointing toward the cervix.
The plastic of the IUD has contraceptive action, creating a sterile inflammatory response that has spermicidal activity.S. Levi, Ultrasonography for preventing accidental pregnancy due to IUD displacement, Biomedical Aspects of IUDs, /, (), (). Crossref Amir H. Ansari, Debra Hoffman, Retrieval of intrauterine contraceptive device with missing tail by means of a plastic spiral curette (Mi-Mark), American Journal of Obstetrics.Bottom Line: Levonorgestrel-containing intrauterine contraceptive devices, marketed as Mirena (Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals, the first case, the contraceptive device had moved to the patient's right iliac fossa just anterior to the cecum and, in the second, within the peritoneal cavity close to the left leaf of the patients underwent uneventful laparoscopic retrieval.