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Textbook of Assisted Reproductive Techniques. Clinical Perspectives. Edition No. 4
Informa Healthcare, June 2012, Pages: 512
Textbook of Assisted Reproductive Technologies has become a classic comprehsive reference for the whole team at the IVF clinic. The fourth edition comes more conveniently as a set of two separate volumes, one for laboratory aspects and the other for clinical applications.
The text has been extensively revised, with the addition of several important new contributions on clinical applications, including new chapters on lifestyle factors, tailored ovarian stimulation, frozen-thawed embryo transfer, viral disease, and religious perspectives. As before, methods, protocols, and techniques of choice are presented by eminent international experts.
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Textbook of Assisted Reproductive Technologies, Volume One - Laboratory Perspectives
Textbook of Assisted Reproductive Technologies, Two Volume Set
Introduction to Third Edition. Robert Edwards: The path to IVF. IX Quality Management Systems
32. Quality management in reproductive medicine. X Patient Investigation and the Use of Drugs
33. Lifestyle, periconception, and fertility.
34. Indications for IVF treatment: from diagnosis to prognosis.
35. Initial investigation of the infertile couple.
36. Prognostic testing for ovarian reserve.
37. Drugs used for ovarian stimulation: clomiphene citrate, aromatase inhibitors, metformin, gonadotropins, gonadotropin-releasing hormone analogs, and recombinant gonadotropins.
38. The role of FSH and LH in ovulation induction: current concepts XI Stimulation Protocols
39. Endocrine characteristics of ART cycles.
40. The use of GnRH agonists.
41. GnRH antagonists in ovarian stimulation for IVF.
42. The use of AMG to tailor ovarian stimulation for IVF.
43. Monitoring ovarian response in IVF cycles.
44. Oocyte collection.
45. Luteal support in ART.
46. Treatment strategies in assisted reproduction for the poor responder patient.
47. Repeated implantation failure: the preferred therapeutic approach. XII Technical Procedures and Outcomes
48. Ultrasonography in Assisted Reproduction.
49. Sperm-recovery techniques: clinical aspects.
50. Processing and cryopreservation of testicular sperm.
51. Embryo transfer technique.
52. Cycle regimens for frozen thawed embryo transfer.
53. Anesthesia and in vitro fertilization.
54. Medical considerations of single embryo transfer (SET). XIII Special Medical Conditions
55. Endometriosis and ART.
56. PCOS and assisted reproduction.
57. Management of hydrosalpinx.
58. Fertility preservation strategies.
59. Viral disease and ART. XIV Complications of Treatment
60. Severe ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome.
61. The environment and reproduction.
62. Bleeding, severe pelvic infection, and ectopic pregnancy.
63. Iatrogenic multiple pregnancy: the risk of ART. XV Egg Donation and Surrogate Motherhood
64. Egg and embryo donation.
65. Gestational surrogacy. XVI The Support Team
66. The evolving role of the ART nurse: a contemporary review.
67. Patient support in the ART program.
68. The relationship between stress and in vitro fertilization outcome. XVII Ethics, Religion and Legislation
69. The impact of legislation and socioeconomic factors in the access to and global practice of assisted reproduction.
70. Religious perspectives in human reproduction.
David K Gardner DPhil is Chair of Zoology at the University of Melbourne, Australia . Ariel Weissman MD is a senior physician at the IVF Unit, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Edith Wolfson Medical Center, Holon, and Sackler Faculty of Medicine,Tel Aviv University, Israel . Colin M Howles PhD, FRSM is Vice President, Regional Medical Affairs Fertility, Global Business Unit Fertility and Endocrinology, Merck Serono. SA, Geneva, Switzerland. Zeev Shoham MD is Director, Reproductive Medicine and Infertility Unit, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, at Kaplan Medical Center, Rehovot, Israel