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Good Clinical Practice in Assisted Reproduction


  • 77 b/w illus. 5 colour illus. 34 tables
  • Page extent: 364 pages
  • Size: 247 x 174 mm
  • Weight: 0.768 kg

Library of Congress

  • Dewey number: 616.6/9206
  • Dewey version: 21
  • LC Classification: RC889 .G655 2004
  • LC Subject headings:
    • Human reproductive technology
    • Infertility--Treatment
    • Reproductive Techniques, Assisted

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 (ISBN-13: 9780521000918 | ISBN-10: 0521000912)

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This user-friendly, practical guide provides an excellent introduction to good clinical practice in the investigation and treatment of infertility, using the very latest assisted reproductive technologies. There are chapters on clinical assessment of the male and the female, followed by detailed chapters on the full range of clinical procedures that can be put in place to help overcome infertility. In addition, other chapters deal with IVF, GIFT and ZIFT and clinical aspects of PGD, which has an increasingly important role these days. Guidance is given on how to set up and run a successful IVF unit based on the experience of the authors, and for the benefit of those new to the field or responsible for developing an IVF service for their patients. With its clinical focus, this will undoubtedly become an essential introduction to assisted reproduction for doctors, embryologists, and nurses.

• Practical, clinical, hands-on guide by experienced practitioners • Covers the very latest assisted reproductive technologies and procedures • Comprehensively illustrated and referenced


1. Clinical assessment of the woman for assisted conception Domenico Massimo Ranieri; 2. Clinical assessment and management of the infertile man Suks Minhas and David Ralph; 3. Laboratory assessment of the infertile man John Aitken; 4. Donor insemination Matthew Tomlinson and Christopher Barratt; 5. Treatment options prior to IVF Roger Hart and Melanie Davies; 6. Strategies for superovulation for IVF Adam Balen; 7. Techniques for IVF Tim J. Child, Imran Pirwany and Seang Lin Tan; 8. Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome Botros Rizk and Mary George Nawar; 9. Early pregnancy complications after ART Eric Jauniaux and Natalie Greenwold; 10. Oocyte donation Paul Serhal; 11. Surrogacy Peter Brinsden; 12. Clinical aspects of preimplantation genetic diagnosis Joyce Harper and Joy Delhanty; 13. Controversial issues in assisted reproduction Caroline Overton and Colin Davis; 14. Alternatives to IVF Ehab Kelada and Ian Craft; 15. Counselling Jennifer Clifford; 16. Good nursing practice in assisted conception Kathy Boon, Lee Oliphant and Elizabeth Fleming; 17. Setting up an IVF unit Alpesh Doshi, Massimo Ranieri and Caroline Overton; 18. Information technology Rene van den Berg; 19. ART in older women Paul Serhal; 20. Ethical aspects of controversies in ART Francoise Shenfield.


Domenico Massimo Ranieri, Suks Minhas, David Ralph, Matthew Tomlinson, Christopher Barratt, Roger Hart, Melanie Davies, Adam Balen, Tim J. Child, Imran R. Pirwany, Seang Lin Tan, Botros Rizk, Mary George Nawar, Eric Jauniaux, N. Greenwold, Paul Serhal, Peter R. Brinsden, Joyce C. Harper, Joy D. A. Delhanty, Caroline Overton, Colin Davis, Ehab Kelada, Ian Craft, Jennifer Clifford, Kathy Boon, Lee Oliphant, Elizabeth Fleming, Alpesh Doshi, Massimo Ranieri, Caroline Overton, Rene van den Berg, Paul Serhal, Francoise Shenfield

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