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Textbook of Assisted Reproductive Techniques Volume 2: Clinical Perspectives 6th Edition

ISBN: 9781032214801
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Established as the definitive reference for the IVF clinic, the sixth edition has been extensively revised, with the addition of several important new contributions on clinical topics, including The use of digitalization and precision medicine in the IVF clinic, The environment and reproduction, The use of gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonists and the efficiency of IVF, Controlled ovarian stimulation for freeze-all cycles, Immunology in ART, Home monitoring of ART cycles, Luteal-phase support in ART, The POSEIDON stratification of ‘low prognosis’ patients in ART, Controlled ovarian stimulation for low responder patients, Adjuvants for poor responders, Innovative therapies in diminished ovarian reserve and primary ovarian insufficiency patients, and Fertility options for transgender and nonbinary individuals. As previously, methods, protocols, and techniques of choice are presented by IVF pioneers and eminent international experts.



32. Quality management in reproductive medicine – Michael Alper. 33. The use of digitalisation and precision medicine in the IVF clinic – Fleur Cattrall. 34. Lifestyle, periconception, and fertility – Jessica A. Grieger, Lisa J. Moran, Sarah A. Robertson, Rui Wang, and Robert J. Norman. 35. Human Reproduction across the Life Course and the Total Environment – Leah Martin, Yu Zhang, Irene Souter, and Carmen Messerlian. 36. Indications for in vitro fertilization treatment – Julie Labrosse and Michaël Grynberg. 37. Initial investigation of the infertile couple – Ranit Hizkiyahu, William Buckett, and Togas Tulandi. 38. Prognostic testing for ovarian reserve – Simone L. Broer, Charlotte H.E. Weimar, Bart C.J.M. Fauser, and Frank J. Brokemans. 39. Drugs used for ovarian stimulation: Clomiphene citrate, aromatase inhibitors, metformin, gonadotropins, gonadotropin releasing hormone analogs, and gonadotropins – Colin Howles and Zeev Shoham. 40. The role of follicle-stimulating hormone and luteinizing hormone in ovarian stimulation: Current concepts – Ernesto Bosch, Elena Labarta, and Elkin Munoz. 41. Endocrine characteristics of assisted reproductive technology cycles – Bulent Urman, Baris Ata, and Hakan Yarali. 42. The use of gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonists and the efficiency of in vitro fertilization – Pasquale Patrizio, Sanaz Ghazal, Judith A.F. Huirne, and Roel Schats. 43. Gonadotropin-releasing hormone antagonists in ovarian stimulation for in vitro fertilization – Efstratios M. Kolibianakis, Pinelopi G. Ioannidou, Julia K. Bosdou, Georg Griesinger, and Basil C. Tarlatzis. 44. GnRH Agonist Triggering – Katherine Koniares, Leah Kaye, Claudio Benadiva, and Lawrence Engmann. 45. Segmentation of in vitro fertilization cycles – Ana Raquel Neves and Nikolaos P Polyzos. 46. Controlled ovarian stimulation for freeze-all cycles – Yossi Mizrachi and Ariel Weissman. 47. Immunology in ART – Isabel Cuadrado Torroglosa, Diana Alecsandru, and Juan A Garcia-Velasco. 48. Monitoring of stimulated cycles in assisted reproduction – Martina Capuzzo and Antonio La Marca. 49. Home monitoring of ART cycles – Wenjing Zheng, Jan Gerris, Eline Dancet, and Thomas D’Hooghe. 50. Oocyte collection – Andrew Murray and Gab Kovacs. 51. Luteal phase support in assisted reproduction techniques – Cristina Rodríguez-Varela and Elena Labarta. 52. Treatment strategies in assisted reproduction for the poor-responder patient – Ariel Weissman and Colin M. Howles. 53. The Poseidon stratification of ‘Low Prognosis Patients in ART’: Management strategies and outcomes – Sandro C. Esteves, Hakan Yarali, Peter Humaidan, and Carlo Alviggi. 54. Controlled ovarian stimulation for low responder patients – Alberto Vaiarelli, Danilo Cimadomo, Cecilia Rucci, Pasquale Petrone, Carlotta Scarafia, Laura Rienzi, and Filippo Maria Ubaldi. 55. Adjuvants for poor responders – Christos A. Venetis. 56. Innovative therapies in Diminished Ovarian Reserve (DOR) and Primary Ovarian Insuffiency (POI) patients – Francesc Fabregues, Janisse Ferreri, and Marta Mendez. 57. Repeated Implantation Failure – David Reichman, Hey-Joo Kang, and Zev Rosenwaks. 58. Ultrasonography in Assisted Reproduction – Laurel Stadtmauer, Jayapriya Jayakumaran, David Cohen, and Ilan Tur-Kaspa. 59. Sperm recovery techniques: Clinical aspects and laboratory processing – Tournaye Herman, De Munck Neelke, Patricio Donoso Pozo, and Francisco Osorio Martini. 60. Embryo Transfer Technique – Leah Roberts and Jason Franasiak. 61. Cycle regimes for frozen–thawed embryo transfer – Jane Reavey and Tim Child. 62. The role of the anesthesiologist in In Vitro Fertilization – Alexander Ioscovich, Yair Binyamin, and Daniel Shatalin. 63. Endometriosis and ART – Jamie Merkison, Marisa Berger, Christian Huang, Aaron Rosen, and Alan DeCherney. 64. Polycystic ovary syndrome and assisted reproduction – Adam H. Balen. 65. Fertility preservation strategies – Stine Gry Kristensen and Claus Yding Andersen. 66. Uterus transplantation – in transition from experimental to clinical procedure – Mats Brännström, Ghada Hussein, Ali Khatibi, and Pernilla Dahm-Kähler. 67. Viral disease and ART – Carole Gilling-Smith. 68. Fertility options for transgender and nonbinary individuals – Molly B Moravek. 69. Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome – Federica Di Guardo and Christophe Blockeel. 70. Bleeding, severe pelvic infection, and ectopic pregnancy – Raoul Orvieto. 71. Egg and embryo donation – Mark V. Sauer and Haley G. Genovese. 72. Gestational surrogacy – Arieh Raziel. 73. Patient support in the assisted reproduction technology program – Sharon N. Covington and Laura S. Covington. 74. The relationship between stress and In Vitro Fertilization Outcome – Alice D. Domar. 75. Risk and safety management in assisted reproduction technology – Paul Pireta, Dominique De Ziegler, Sean Soketang, Chloe Tran, and Jean-Marc Ayoubi.