Current Concepts in Contraception Women's Health
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*This book deals with the maternal and child health as well as the reproductive health issues in women. *It is very useful and handy book on contraception. It provides information about demographic profile bone health, biostatistics and assisted reproductive technology, national, rural health mission, medical termination of pregnancy and reproductive tract infections for the benefit of postgraduate students and practicing gynecologists. *Provides systematically information about the basic and current practice in intra-uterine contraception device, combined oral contraceptive, progesterone only pill, infectables and emergency contraception. *It focuses on current health issues and national programs for women. SECTION 1: DEMOGRAPHIC PATTERN OF FAMILY WELFARE IN INDIA AND WORLD, 1. Dermographic Profile of India, 2. Demographic Profile of the World, SECTION 2. CONTRACEPTION: 3. Natural and Barrier Methods of Contraception, 4. Intrauterine Device (IUDs)-Old and New, 5. Combined Oral Contraceptive (COCs), 6. Progesterone Only Pill (POP) and Others, 7. Contraceptive Implants, Patches and Vaginal Ring, 8. No Scalpel Vasectomy, 9. Permanent Methods of Contraception in Females, 10. Contraception in High-risk Women, 11. Emergency Contraception, 12. Male Contraception: An Insight into the Recent Developments, 13. Recent Advances in Contraception, SECTION 3: HEALTH ISSUES AND NATIONAL PROGRAMS FOR WOMEN, 14. Abolescent Health, 15. National Rural Health Mission (NRHM), 16. Maternal Health and Women's Empowerment, 17. Reproductive Tract Infection (RTIs) in Gynecology, 18. Prevention of Parent-to-child Transmission (PPTCT) and Post-exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) Guidelines, 19. National Cancer Control Program, 20. Bone Health in Women, 21. Pre-conception and Prenatal Diagnostic Techniques (PC PNDT) Act - A Step Towards Combating Female Feticide, 22. Medical Termination of Pragnancy (MTP)-Methods, Rules and Regulations, 23. Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) Guidelines, SECTION 4: BIOSTATISTIC, 24. Biostatistics.