Clinical Contraception, Second Edition considers the clinical significance and complexities of birth control. This book contains 12 chapters that focus on various types and methods of contraception.
After providing an overview of classification of methods of contraception, this book goes on considering certain aspects of reproduction that have a definite bearing on the control of conception. Considerable chapters are devoted to various methods of contraception, including chemical contraceptives, occlusive pessaries, tampons and sponges, condom, intra-uterine contraceptives. The remaining chapters highlight the contraception permitted for woman under normal and special circumstances. These chapters also examine the legal and public health issues of contraception. This book will be of value to general physicians and health practitioners.
Introduction Author's Foreword Chapter I. Introductory Chapter II. Physiology of Reproduction in Relation to Contraception Chapter III. Methods of Contraception—Chemical Contraceptives Chapter IV. Methods of Contraception—Occlusive Pessaries Chapter V. Methods of Contraception—Tampons and Sponges—The Douche Chapter VI. Methods of Contraception—The Condom or Sheath Chapter VII. Methods of Contraception—Intra-Uterine Methods Chapter VIII, Methods of Contraception—Other Methods Chapter IX. Contraception for the Normal Woman Chapter X. Contraception for the Abnormal Woman Chapter XI. Evaluation of Contraceptive Methods Chapter XII. Contraception and the Public Health Service Appendix Memorandum 153 M.C.W. and Circulars 1208 and 1408 Action Taken by Local Authorities List of Birth Control Clinics List of Contraceptives Manufacturing Firms and Agents Birth Control Organizations Index
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 2037
- 1st January 1937
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