AUTOCOSCIENZA DELLA FERTILITA' DELLA DONNA , RISORSA PERSONALE, SPONSALE PROFESSIONALE E PASTORALE
FILARDO A. F.
editore: CIC Edizioni Internazionali
Carlo Flamigni, Anna Pompili
editore: L'Asino d'Oro
A 50 anni dalla commercializzazione della prima pillola, l'informazione sui mezzi contraccettivi continua a essere estremamente scarsa e troppo spesso influenzata da interessi commerciali o da posizioni etiche dominanti. Essendo difficile immaginare, e non certo auspicabile, una società fondata sull'astinenza sessuale, è necessario che tutti siano in grado di utilizzare le tecniche contraccettive più idonee. Questo libro, in un'ottica estremamente pratica, intende fornire a ciascuno queste conoscenze: gli autori analizzano, uno per uno, i vari metodi contraccettivi e rispondono a dubbi che frequentemente non trovano soluzione neppure negli ambulatori medici, confutando luoghi troppo spesso comuni.
A Clinical Guide for Contraception
Leon Speroff, Philip D. Darney
editore: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins
The thoroughly updated Fifth Edition of this practical handbook is a current, reliable, and readable guide to the intelligent use of today's contraceptive options. The authors provide the essential information that clinicians and patients need to choose the best contraceptive method for the patient's age and medical, social, and personal characteristics. The book concisely covers all available drugs and devices. Each contraceptive method is covered in a single chapter that includes history of the contraceptive, method of action, pharmacology (when applicable), contraindications, and use. This edition includes new and updated information on new oral contraceptive pills, transdermal and vaginal delivery, post-pregnancy contraception, use of Essure for sterilization, and uses of contraceptives for non-contraceptive indications.
La contraccezione. Quando perché e come
P. Giorgio Crosignani
editore: Franco Angeli
A dispetto del largo uso che se ne fa, poco si discute di contraccezione e molti suoi aspetti rimangono ancora in ombra
Contraception: Your Questions Answered
editore: Churchill Livingstone
This book was one of the original books in the "Your Questions Answered" (YQA) series. Now published as a stand-alone volume it serves as a primary source of information about reversible methods of contraception. Written in an informal - and yet highly informative - question-and-answer style, it represents a dialogue between general practitioner (asking the questions) and reproductive health specialist (providing the answers). The main aim of the book is to give practical guidance to busy clinicians when they are faced with patients who want help with choosing the best means of controlling fertility. Most chapters conclude with questions frequently asked by the patient - the answers to which can be very difficult for the unprepared and busy clinician to improvise 'on the spot' in the surgery.
Scienza ed etica per una procreazione responsabile
Lorenzo Leuzzi, Elena Giacchi
editore: Cortina (Verona)
La regolazione naturale della fertilità. L'arte di vivere la fertilità secondo il metodo sintotermico di Roetzer
Iosef Roetzer, Elisabeth Roetzer
editore: Cortina (Verona)
A Pocketbook for Primary Care Practitioners
editore: Informa Healthcare
Previous editions of this best-selling pocketbook have been recognized as the gold-standard introductory guide to contraceptive practice. The target audience, family practitioners and practice nurses, are often well placed to offer good contraceptive advice because they already know the patient's health and circumstances. The latest edition summarizes all available methods of contraception and the various factors to be considered in using them.
Il periodo fertile: i metodi di regolazione naturale della fertilità a confronto. Aspetti scientifici, didattici e metodologici
Elena Giacchi, Sandro Girottoe altri
editore: Cortina (Verona)
Contraception and Family Planning
editore: Elsevier Health Sciences
"European Practice in Gynaecology and Obstetrics" is a series of books conceived and endorsed by the European Board and College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (EBCOG). Its aim is to provide up-to-date, evidence-based information that represents the consensus of opinion among leading European experts in the field, as part of the overall aim of standardising training and practice in order to ensure quality care and facilitate exchange among physicians in all parts of Europe and the rest of the world. The topics chosen for each volume are those of significant clinical interest where treatment is changing in response to research findings and developments in practice. The volume editor and contributing authors are European specialists invited to contribute because of their expertise in their field. The books concentrate on various types of management used in European practice as well as published results. The authors present treatments for which a consensus exists and - when there is no consensus - they discuss the key elements of the controversy. Each book provides a review of the basic science, recent concepts in pathophysiology, clinical aspects, treatment and unresolved problems or controversies, as well as the major recent references. A final section provides multiple-choice questions for each chapter.
Handbook of Contraception and Reproductive Sexual Health
editore: Baillière Tindall
This handbook offers sound, up-to-date, practical information and advice about the complete spectrum of approaches to contraception and reproductive sexual health. It gives detailed explanation of all contraceptive methods, including how to use them, contra-indications, interactions and the anxieties clients may have. Some of the problems encountered are highlighted and suggestions given as to how these may be resolved. This is the only current book on contraception written by a nurse and it discusses the role of the professional in detail.
Update and Trends
B. Runnebaum, T. Rabe
editore: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. K
The name of Benno Runnebaum is closely tied to the status of gynaecological endocrinology and reproductive medicine and so it seemed appropriate to dedicate this conference book entitled "Fertility Control" to him in recognition of his achievements. His clinical and research work is reflected in more than 450 original scientific publications and many young scientists and doctors from home and abroad have received their further clinical and scientific training in his department. With this volume we would all like to thank Professor Runnebaum as a mentor and friend for his achievements in the field of gynaecological endocrinology and reproductive medicine.