William Ledger, Pak Chung Ho's Gynecological Drug Therapy PDF

By William Ledger, Pak Chung Ho

ISBN-10: 0824728416

ISBN-13: 9780824728410

ISBN-10: 1420016342

ISBN-13: 9781420016345

The main accomplished and present overview to be had at the huge spectrum of prescribed drugs utilized in gynecology and reproductive medication, this handbook offers all-encompassing chapters on particular medicinal drugs utilized in the administration of gynecologic oncology and an infection, being pregnant, menstrual disorder, menopause, and infertility-listing the authorized and advertisement names of substances along their mechanisms of motion, usage, merits, side-effects, and boundaries. surroundings a gold-standard within the box, this consultant is split into 9 top-specific segments for quick-access to fabric and should be many times referenced by means of any practitioner taking care of the feminine sufferer.

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However placebocontrolled double-blind studies have shown that many of these adverse effects can also occur with similar frequency in placebo-using control groups, and even in the general population (18). Therefore, citing a cause-and-effect relationship between OCPs and these adverse effects may be misleading. 26 Proctor and Farquhar In order to lessen any potential side effects, lower-dose OCPs have been developed. In contrast to older OCPs, which contained 50 to 150 mg of estrogen, modern pills are low dose (<35 mg).

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