Contraceptive Technology

ISBN-10: 1597080012
ISBN-13: 9781597080019
Edition: 19th 2008
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Book details

List price: $79.95
Edition: 19th
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: PDR Network, LLC
Publication date: 5/1/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 875
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 2.904
Language: English

The leading reference in reproductive health for 30 years, with over 2,000,000 copies in print, Contraceptive Technology is included on CD-ROM with all copies of the book and also available separately as listed below. This is a direct electronic conversion, complete and unabridged, in a PDF format. Includes word searching capabilities of the full Contraceptive Technology text. Patient instructions or other content for individual counseling or use may also be printed out. Active links are provided to the 300 websites recommended by the authors throughout Contraceptive Technology. Please see the pages in the back of this book with instructions on how to activate and use the CD-ROM. Book jacket.

Chapter
Values in Family Planning
The Menstrual Cycle
Menstrual Cycle Regulation
The Integrated Cycle
Fertilization and Implantation
Choosing a Contraceptive: Efficacy, Safety, and Personal Considerations
Efficacy: "Will it Work?"
Safety: "Will It Hurt Me?"
Noncontraceptive Benefits
Personal Considerations
Medical Eligibility Criteria
Methodology
How to Use the Recommendations
Keeping Criteria Up to Date
Abstinence and the Range of Sexual Expression
The Range of Sexual Expression
Indications for Abstinence or Other Forms of Sexual Expression
Instructions for Using Abstinence for Contraception or STI Protection
Emergency Contraception
History
Future Potential for Emergency Contraceptive Use
Mechanism of Action
Effectiveness
Advantages and Indications
Side Effects
Cautions
Providing Emergency Contraception
Instructions For Using Emergency Contraception
Intrauterine Devices (IUDs)
Options in the United States
Effectiveness
Mechanism of Action
Advantages of Intrauterine Contraception
Disadvantages of Intrauterine Contraception
Providing the IUD
Managing Problems and Follow-Up
Contraceptive Implants
Effectiveness
Mechanism of Action
Advantages
Disadvantages and Cautions
Providing the Method
Managing Problems and Follow-Up
User Instructions
Injectable Contraceptives
Effectiveness
Mechanism of Action
Advantages
Disadvantages and Cautions
Providing DMPA
Managing DMPA Problems and Follow-Up
Instructions for Using DMPA
Progestin-Only Pills
Effectiveness
Mechanism of Action
Advantages
Disadvantages and Cautions
Providing the Method
Managing Problems and Follow-Up
User Instructions
Combined Oral Contraceptives
Hormones in Combined Oral Contraceptives
Mechanisms of Action
Effectiveness
Cost
Oral Contraceptive Formulations
Advantages and Indications
Non-Contraceptive Applications for COCS
Disadvantages and Health Complications
Providing Oral Contraceptives
Managing Side Effects
Instructions for Using Oral Contraceptives
Contraceptive Patch and Vaginal Contraceptive Ring
Contraceptive Patch
Description of Method
Effectiveness
Mechanism of Action
Advantages
Disadvantages and Cautions
Providing the Method
Managing Problems and Follow Up
User Instructions
Vaginal Contraceptive Ring
Description of Method
Effectiveness
Mechanism of Action
Advantages
Disadvantages and Cautions
Providing the Method
Managing Problems and Follow Up
User Instructions
Male Condoms
Mechanism of Action
Effectiveness Against Pregnancy
Advantages and Indications
Disadvantages and Cautions
Special Issues
Providing Condoms-Counseling
Managing Problems and Follow-Up
Instructions for Using Condoms
Vaginal Barriers And Spermicides
Mechanism of Action
Effectiveness
Advantages
Disadvantages
Cautions
Providing Vaginal Barrier Methods
Managing Problems and Follow-Up
Instructions For Using Vaginal Barriers/Spermicides
Coitus Interruptus (Withdrawal)
Mechanism of Action
Effectiveness
Advantages and Indications
Disadvantages and Cautions
Instructions for Using Coitus Interruptus
Fertility Awareness-Based Methods
Mechanism of Action
Effectiveness
Advantages and Indications
Disadvantages and Cautions
Providing Fertility Awareness-Based Methods
Instructions for Using Fertility Awareness-Based Methods
Female and Male Sterilization
Female Sterilization
Effectiveness
Mechanism of Action
Advantages and Indications
Disadvantages and Cautions
Providing Female Sterilization
Managing Problems and Follow-Up
Male Sterilization
Effectiveness
Mechanism of Action
Advantages
Disadvantages and Cautions
Providing Male Sterilization
Managing Problems and Follow-Up
User Instructions for Vasectomy
Postpartum Contraception and Lactation
Postpartum Infertility
Lactational Infertility
Contraceptive Benefits of Lactation
Postpartum Sexuality
Initiating Contraceptive Use Postpartum
Postpartum Contraception for the Nonbreastfeeding Woman
Postpartum Contraception for the Breastfeeding Woman
Breastfeeding: Advantages to the Infant
Breastfeeding and HIV
Breastfeeding: Effects on the Mother
Instructions for and Information About Breastfeeding
Contraceptive Research and Development
Contraceptive Research Overview
Current Contraceptive Research
Improving Use-Effectiveness
The 21st Century
Menstrual Disorders and Related Concerns
Dysmenorrhea
Secondary Dysmenorrhea
Menorrhagia
Amenorrhea
Oligomenorrhea
Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) and Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD)
Menstrually Induced Exacerbations of Other Medical Problems
Endometriosis
Chronic Pelvic Pain
Reproductive Tract Infections, Including HIV and Other Sexually Transmitted Infections
Magnitude and Risks of RTI
RTI Risk Assessment, Prevention and Risk Behaviors
Assessment, Diagnosis, and Treatment of RTI
Special Considerations Regarding HIV/AIDS in the Reproductive Health Setting
Alphabetical Catalogue of Reproductive Tract Infections
Female Genital Tract Cancer Screening
Screening for Cervical Cancer
Ovarian Cancer Screening
Breast Cancer Screening
Pregnancy Testing and Management of Early Pregnancy
Essential Pre-Pregnancy Information for Everyone
Preconception Care Services
Pregnancy Evaluation
Pregnancy Test Options
Ultrasound in Very Early Pregnancy
Managing Problems in Early Pregnancy
Education and Counseling
Abortion
Legal Status of Abortion
The Public Health Impact of Legal Abortion
Characteristics of Women Who Obtain Abortions
Methods of Abortion
Providing Abortion Services
Managing Post-Abortion Complications
Impaired Fertility
Probability of Pregnancy
Requirements for Fertility
Overview of Causes of Infertility
Further Evaluation of The Woman
Prognosis
Targeting Therapies for Infertility
Longer Term Impacts of Assisted Reproductive Technologies
Menopause and Perimenopausal Health
Definitions: Perimenopause, Menopause, Post-Menopause
Perimenopause
Menopause
Postmenopausal Symptoms
Effect of Hormone Therapies on Other Aspects of Postmenopausal Health
Side Effects of Postmenopausal Hormone Therapy
Postmenopausal Hormone Therapy Choices
Summary
Contraceptive Efficacy
No Method
Typical Use Of Spermicides, Withdrawal, Fertility Awareness-Based Methods, Diaphragm, Male Condom, Oral Contraceptive Pills, and Depo-Provera
Perfect Use of the Sponge and Diaphragm
Typical Use of the Sponge
Female Condom
Perfect Use of Withdrawal and Spermicides
Perfect Use of Fertility Awareness-Based Methods
Perfect Use of the Male Condom
Perfect Use of the Oral Contraceptive Pills, Depo-Provera, and Implanon, and Typical Use of Implanon
Evra and NuvaRing
IUD
Sterilization
Contraceptive Continuation
The Lactational Amenorrhea Method (LAM)
Appendix
Webpages with Active Links to Many Other Websites
Network of Professional Organizations
Pharmaceutical Websites and Phone Numbers
Hotlines and Websites
Index

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