By: Emre Seli (Editor)

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Help your patients through the maze of infertility treatments

Infertility is suffered by around 1 in 7 couples and can be a source of confusion for both partners, providing high stress on relationships. 25% of cases are explained through male infertility, 50% through female infertility, whilst 25% are generally unexplained. The possible causes and solutions are many and complex.

Infertility, one of the first in the new Gynecology in Practice series, assists gynecologists and family practitioners to better care for their patients who have trouble conceiving. The authors provide a strong focus on effective diagnosis and management. Following a review of the factors that affect fertility, Infertility takes a practical approach to: Evaluation of fertilityManagement and treatmentComplicationsPre-implantation screeningFertility preservation

Gynecology in Practice

The Gynecology in Practice series provides clinical 'in the office' or 'at the bedside' guides to effective patient care for gynecologists. The tone is practical, not academic, with authors offering guidance on what might be done and what should be avoided. The books are informed by evidence-based practice and feature: Algorithms and guidelines where they are appropriate''Tips and Tricks' boxes - hints on improving outcomes'Caution' warning boxes - hints on avoiding complications'Science Revisited' - quick reminder of the basic science principlesSummaries of key evidence and suggestions for further reading

Title: Infertility

Author Name: Emre Seli (Editor)

Categories: Other,

Publisher: U.S.A, Wiley-Blackwell: 2011

ISBN Number: 1444333534

ISBN Number 13: 9781444333534

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Like New

Seller ID: 077367

Description: Like new. Infertility By Emre Seli (Editor) Product Details Paperback: 204 pages Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition (March 21, 2011) Language: English ISBN-10: 1444333534 ISBN-13: 9781444333534 Product Dimensions: 0.6 x 6.8 x 9.6 inches

Keywords: Infertility