2015, Approx. 175 p. 40 illus., 20 illus. in color.
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Covers all protocols clinicians need to perform a risk-free ovarian stimulation for ART
Includes issues related to various sub-sets of patients with infertility
Highlights contemporary advances in ovarian stimulation protocols
Ovarian Stimulation Protocols is a concise handbook that aims to deliver everything the reader needs to know for performing a risk-free ovarian stimulation for assisted reproductive technique (ART) and get a favorable outcome. Review of crucial issues such as the significance of monitoring ovarian stimulation, advantages and disadvantages of ovarian hyperstimulation versus minimal stimulation, and the use of various drug regimens and stimulation protocols for various patient sub-sets, will help clinicians in selecting the better or more appropriate protocols.
The contributors of this book have leading scientific and clinical backgrounds, with years of experience to support their views. The book serves as a handy practical guide, targeting and settling clinical dilemma that ART practitioners commonly experience in their clinics, while providing a window to the newer developments.
Content Level »Professional/practitioner
Keywords »Follicle development - Luteal phase support - Minimal stimulation IVF - Polycystic ovarian syndrome - Poor responders
.-Regulation of follicle development in natural and PCO cycles
.-Monitoring ovarian stimulation: current perspectives
.-The role of LH and hCG in the contemporary ovarian stimulation protocols
.-Recombinants versus biosimilars in ovarian stimulation .-Agonists versus antagonists in COH .-Long acting gonadotropins and route of administration .-Advantage and disadvantage of COH, comparing with minimal stimulation - .-Ovarian stimulation for PCO patients and management of OHSS
.-Ovarian stimulation for poor responders
.-Depot GnRH agonists in COH for ART
.-Luteal phase support in COH.