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Contraceptive Devices (Contraceptive Device)

Devices that diminish the likelihood of or prevent conception. (From Dorland, 28th ed)
Also Known As:
Contraceptive Device; Device, Contraceptive; Devices, Contraceptive
Networked: 94 relevant articles (1 outcomes, 6 trials/studies)

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Therapy Context: Research Results

Experts

1. Maksut, Jessica L: 1 article (07/2015)
2. Eaton, Lisa A: 1 article (07/2015)
3. Baik, Seung Hyuk: 1 article (12/2014)
4. Min, Byung Soh: 1 article (12/2014)
5. Lim, Dae Ro: 1 article (12/2014)
6. Hur, Hyuk: 1 article (12/2014)
7. Kim, Nam Kyu: 1 article (12/2014)
8. Blidaru, Iolanda: 1 article (04/2014)
9. Iordache, Flavius: 1 article (04/2014)
10. Grigore, Mihaela: 1 article (04/2014)

Related Diseases

1. Infertility (Sterility)
2. Sexually Transmitted Diseases (Sexually Transmitted Disease)
01/01/1987 - "Interest in contraceptive devices has increased in recent years due to their safety and protection offered against venereal disease. "
11/01/1972 - "Venereal disease among Nigerian women attending intra-uterine contraceptive device clinics."
11/01/1997 - "It is a contraceptive device used by women that protects against both pregnancy and sexually-transmitted diseases (STDs) including HIV infection. "
06/01/1984 - "[The influence of sexual level of knowledge in contraceptive devices and venereal diseases on pelvic infections]."
05/01/1993 - " The bills cover: 1) family planning services and programs, e.g., requiring the Department of Human Services to provide written information concerning the availability of the Norplant contraceptive implant through the Medicaid program adding chlamydia screening to the existing law, or requesting a study assessing the social and financial impact of mandatory health insurance for contraceptive devices; 2) parental consent and notice for contraception legislation; 3) school-based clinics and school health services, e.g., establishing health screening programs in public schools, allowing school-based health centers to dispense drug prescriptions; 4) sex and health education, e.g., urging all school boards to require all public elementary, middle, and high schools that teach sex education to emphasize abstinence from sexual intercourse as the only effective protection against pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases and to require that information about sexual assault by an acquaintance and related issues be included in sex education courses in public schools; 5) teenage pregnancy prevention and care programs, e.g., requesting the public health, welfare, and labor committee to conduct a study of efforts to reduce infant mortality, teen pregnancy, and related problems as well as establishing and maintaining pregnancy and parenting education programs in secondary schools; and 6) infertility legislation on assisted reproductive technologies, including issues such as clarifying the status of children and adults born from donated eggs or preembryos, relinquishment of rights by the donors of eggs, sperms, or preembryos, allowable compensation for such donations, and the granting of legal status to fertilized ex utero embryos."
3. Hemorrhage
4. Salpingitis
5. Menorrhagia

Related Drugs and Biologics

1. Levonorgestrel (Plan B)
2. 3-keto-desogestrel (etonogestrel)
3. Dinoprost
4. Prostaglandins E (PGE)
5. Nickel
6. Copper
7. Fitz-Hugh-Curtis syndrome
8. zomepirac (Zomax)

Related Therapies and Procedures

1. Contraception (Birth Control)
2. Drug Prescriptions
3. Pessaries
4. Female Condoms (Female Condom)
5. Sutures (Suture)