Cambridge Guide to Infertility Management and Assisted Reproduction
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BeschreibungThis well-illustrated new publication provides concise yet comprehensive practical information on the modern-day approach to the diagnosis and treatment of infertility. It starts from basic principles of reproductive physiology, before moving on to the medical causes of infertility, and then describes and explains the full armory of techniques from IVF to ICSI and even newer technologies used to treat infertility in all its manifestations. The aim throughout is to explain issues clearly, simply and directly in such a way that will be understood by doctors, scientists and nurses alike. By combining basic science and medical aspects, along with 'how it is done' descriptions of techniques and medical interventions, this book offers an unsurpassed introductory account of this fast moving area and is highly suitable for the full range of personnel involved in looking after the infertile patient, including trainees in medicine and nursing, clinical embryologists, andrologists, ultrasonographers and counsellors.
PortraitAfter qualifying in medicine, Dr Godwin Meniru has specialised and worked extensively in the area of reproductive medicine, including studies for Master of Medical Sciences degree in Assisted Reproduction Technology at Nottingham University, followed by Fellowship in Reproductive Medicine at the London Gynaecology and Fertility Centre in London. Subsequent training and practice was undertaken in Brunei, and more recently at the Aultman Hospital in Canton, Ohio, where he is presently based. He is also known as the principal author of A Handbook of Intrauterine Insemination published by Cambridge University Press in 1997 (ISBN 0521 58676 3)
Pressestimmen'The book is easy to read and its content is appropriate for health professionals and those with fertility problems alike ...'. Doctors.net 'Reading this book is akin to reading patient information leaflets ... it can help in acquiring a quick and general view of the subject in a short period of time ... it may enable the doctor to address many issues with patients in a language they would find easy to understand.' The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: November 2001
Seitenanzahl: 292 Seiten