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Infertility affects an estimated 50 million women worldwide and has a wide range of causes including eating disorders, smoking, chemotherapy, diseases such as STIs, as well as genetic factors and malformations. The preliminary assessment and diagnosis involves a potentially broad array of lab and imaging tests, physical examination and potentially genetic tests, after which a management plan is selected depending on the woman's age, the cause(s) and duration of the infertility. Female Infertility: Core Principles and Clinical Management provides clinicians with a comprehensive understanding of how best to overcome infertility using the various treatment options now available. The book opens with an introduction to the anatomy and physiology of the female reproductive system before describing the assessment and investigative tools used in primary and secondary healthcare settings. Subsequent chapters describe how to secure optimum functionality of the ovaries, the measurement of ovarian reserves, stimulation protocols and the process of oogenesis and oocyte collection.
Male Infertility: Sperm Diagnosis, Management and Delivery provides a comprehensive understanding of various aspects of male infertility and its treatment. The book opens with an introduction to basic anatomy and physiology and includes subsequent chapters on the causes and effects of poor semen quality, guidance on how to perform semen analysis, cryo-banking and oncology, ethical and regulatory requirements of using male gametes for fertility treatment, and future technologies. Richly illustrated throughout, this is a key resource for all andrologists and clinicians specialising in reproductive medicine, gynaecology, oncology, infertility and embryology. Covers all aspects of sperm diagnosis, management and delivery Written and edited by leading experts in the field Defines standards of practice and provides methodologies and protocols for best practice
Different activities in pulse and flour mill greatly increase dust concentration. During this study very few workers were observed to use any type of respiratory protection gadget. There is lack of awareness on the potential health effects of crop dust exposure among workers. Dust concentration in both pulse and flour mill was above the standard limit of 10 mg/m3 for total dust and above 3 mg/m3 for respirable dust as per ACGIH standards. Six different types of available and developed personal dust protector were evaluated for flour and pulse mill workers against dust hazard.The masks were tested as per IS 9473-2002 for chemical dust, its filtering efficiency cannot be dependable for agricultural dust.The suitability performances was recorded in terms of breathing resistance, dust filtration performance, leakage of air from sides, feeling of tightness on face, rate of sweating, and Spoil and Smudge of Skin during use of dust protectors while in use.. The dust protector of disposable cloth material was noted to have the highest acceptability during working. Thus, cloth type dust protector provided the highest dust protection.
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