4 edition of Female sterilization found in the catalog.
World Health Organization
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||WHO offset publication ; no. 26, WHO offset publication ;, no. 26.|
|LC Classifications||RG138 .W69 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||76378964|
Female Sterilization THE FACTS Tubal implant: A very small spring-like coil is placed into each fallopian coils cause scar tissue to form in the tubes, thereby blocking the tubes. This method does not involve cuts or Size: KB. Female sterilization is a safe method of contraception. It requires surgery and anesthesia, however, which carry some risks such as infection or abscess of the wound. Serious complications are uncommon. Death, due to the procedure or anesthesia, is extremely rare.
Guideline for Disinfection and Sterilization in Healthcare Facilities () Sterilization by ionizing radiation, primarily by cobalt 60 gamma rays or electron accelerators, is a low-temperature sterilization method that has been used for a number of medical products (e.g., tissue for transplantation, pharmaceuticals, medical devices). Sterilization techniques of ballast water are difficult, and most ideas are not cost-effective or practical, either because the great volumes of water require large amounts of chemicals or because of the added corrosion to tanks or because the treated water, when discharged, has now become an environmental hazard. Reballasting at sea is the current requirement by the .
Now in its thoroughly revised, updated Fifth Edition, this volume is a comprehensive, practical reference on contemporary methods of disinfection, sterilization, and preservation and their medical, surgical, and public health applications. More than a third of this edition's chapters cover subjects never addressed in previous editions. New topics covered /5(7). A female sterilization procedure can be carried out by both laparoscopy and mini-laparotomy. Laparoscopy is usually done under general anesthesia but can be done under spinal or local anesthesia. Mini-laparotomy involves a 2–3 cm suprapubic incision and avoids the need for expensive laparoscopy equipment. It is the procedure of choice in the immediate postpartum .
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Female sterilization is a permanent procedure to prevent pregnancy. It works by blocking the fallopian tubes. When women choose not to. Female sterilization does not protect against sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), including HIV.
Always use a condom to reduce the risk of STDs. There is some risk of infection, pain, or bleeding. In the case of tubal ligation, very rarely, the fallopian tubes can grow back together.
When this happens, there is a risk for pregnancy—in some. Female sterilisation is an operation to permanently prevent pregnancy. The fallopian tubes are blocked or sealed to prevent the eggs reaching the sperm and becoming fertilised.
Depending on the method used, you would either have a general anaesthetic, where you're asleep during surgery, or local anaesthetic, where you'd be awake but not feel. Fewer than 1 out of women become pregnant in the first year after female sterilization.
Because these methods are intended to be irreversible, all women should be appropriately counseled about the permanency of sterilization and the availability of highly effective, long-acting, reversible methods of contraception.
I picked up this little book at a used book sale and it is surprisingly interesting reading for the medical layperson. Chapter six concentrates upon the after-effect of female sterilization on a woman's physical and mental health, sex life, and marital relationship, based on studies which predate the recent CDC study (of thousands of women, over many years).Cited by: 1.
Tubal ligation is a surgical procedure that permanently closes or blocks your fallopian tubes. Every month, an egg leaves one of your ovaries (called ovulation).
The egg moves through one of your fallopian tubes for a few days, waiting for sperm to come fertilize it. Pregnancy happens if a sperm cell meets up with one of your eggs, and the.
Tubal ligation (commonly known as having one's "tubes tied") is a surgical procedure for female sterilization in which the fallopian tubes are permanently blocked or removed.
This prevents the fertilization of eggs by sperm and thus the implantation of a fertilized egg. Tubal ligation is considered a permanent method of sterilization and birth controlFirst use: Female Sterilization These methods block or break the Fallopian tubes so that eggs cannot meet sperm.
There are a few ways that clinicians can do this. Male Sterilization This method prevents sperm from leaving the testes. Surgical Methods (“tubal” or “tubes tied”) Non-surgical Methods (Eßßure®) Vasectomy How does it work. Sterilization (also spelled sterilisation) is any of a number of medical methods of birth control that intentionally leaves a person unable to ization methods include both surgical and non-surgical, and exist for both males and females.
Sterilization procedures are intended to be permanent; reversal is generally difficult or use: Ancient. Female Transcervical Sterilization (PARFR series on fertility regulation) [Zatuchni, Gerald I.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Female Transcervical Sterilization (PARFR series on fertility regulation)Price: $ Many hospitals, private doctors, clinics, and Planned Parenthood health centers do tubal ligation.
You may be able to get sterilized for free or at a low cost. Tubal ligation can cost between $0 to $6, including follow-up visits. The cost of a tubal ligation varies and depends on. In North Carolina, a state noted for its discriminatory sterilization practices in the 20th century, 65 percent of sterilization procedures were performed on black women, even though only 25 percent of the state’s female population is black.
An often-cited case example of racism and sterilization abuse involves the Relf sisters. Chapter 6 Female Sterilization Female sterilization is the most commonly used method of family planning; more than million couples worldwide have chosen it as their contraceptive method (see Chapter 2).
In this chapter, we present descriptive information about female sterilization. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
There is a new non-surgical method of permanent female sterilization. In a procedure called hysteroscopy, micro-inserts are passed through the vagina, cervix, and uterus, and placed in the fallopian tubes.
The micro-inserts cause a tissue barrier to form that prevents sperm from reaching the egg. Male sterilization, or vasectomy, is a procedure performed on a man that will permanently keep him from being able to get a woman pregnant.
This procedure keeps a man’s sperm from going to his penis, ensuring that his ejaculate does not have any sperm in. Sterilization is one topic that Shatema Threadcraft outlines to advance her argument about Black female body politics in her new book Intimate Justice: The Black Female Body and the Body Politic.
Threadcraft argues Black women have been subject to racial domination through violence and inequality that a theory of corrective justice can only address if it adequately accounts for. Female sterilization is a surgical procedure to prevent pregnancy permanently.
If an average rate of deaths peroperations is assumed, this means that about 50 to 55 women die each year from surgical sterilization about three times the number that die from legal abortion.
Other major complications due to female sterilization are quite common.Female Sterilization. All women can have female sterilization.
No medical conditions prevent a woman from using female sterilization. This checklist asks the client about known medical conditions that may limit when, where, or how the female sterilization procedure should be performed.
Ask the client the questions below.Surgical sterilization is very effective, having a failure rate of only % per year. Side-effects and health risks of female sterilization.
Sterilization requires anesthesia and careful abdominal surgery, which carries potential health risks. Complications aside from surgery include uterine perforation and infection.