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Practical Problems in Assisted Conception

Ian Cooke, Louise Burton, Ertan Saridogan, Qiao Jie, Paul Atkinson, Bill Ledger, Richard Anderson, Kirsten Tryde Macklon, Michael von Wolff, Stephan Gordts, Allan Pacey, Mukhri Hamdan, Ying Cheong, Tin-Chiu Li, Trevor Wing, Andrew Flower, Arri Coomarasamy, Justin Chu, Bonnie Ng, Necati Findikli, Mustafa Bahceci, Rachel Cutting, Caitriona Meaney, Tse Yeun Tan, Heng Hao Tan, Christian Becker, Monika Mittal, Sesh Kamal Sunkara, Srividya Seshadri, Nikolaos Tsampras, Raj Mathur, Singaraselvan Nagarajan, Eileen Lew, Durga Rao, Mili Saran, Nikoletta Panagiotopoulou, Abha Maheshwari, Hammed Tijani, Edward Coats, Marco Gaudoin, Alpha Gebeh, Mostafa Metwally, Charissa Watchorn, Julia Paget, Dawn Yell, Virginia Bolton, Philipa Lowen, Junhao Yan, Zi-Jiang Chen, Sotiris Saravelos, Carol Coughlan, Tanya Milachich, Atanas Shterev, Emma Adolfsson, Oksana Stidston, Rachel Broadley, Helen Kennard, Kiran Gedela, Sue Channon, Susan Wellstead, Jane Forbes, Nick Macklon
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  • Date Published: September 2018
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781316645185

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  • Engage with practical and active solutions to day-to-day issues of reproductive medicine and the use of artificial reproductive techniques (ART), occurring in clinical and laboratory environments. Authored by leading experts in the field, this user-friendly guide is invaluable for any IVF practitioner and embryologist, facing everyday hands-on issues, through to high-pressure laboratory problems, efficiency ratings and ensuring cost-effective delivery of care. With the strict governance of regulatory bodies worldwide, the success of any fertility centre depends on successful problem solving, all day every day. Based on a wealth of experience, identify commonly occurring problems, and fresh perspectives of problem-solving, with 'must-have' protocols, patient information sheets and suggested equipment. This go-to companion tackles operational, organisational, clinical and laboratory issues to financial and clinical governance, with a focus on quick and effective solutions for the busy practitioner.

    • Offers a practical, go-to guide for clinicians experiencing laboratory issues, at all stages of their career
    • Provides experienced clinicians with fresh perspectives of problem-solving with must-have protocols in commonly-occurring but difficult scenarios
    • Includes case studies, patient information sheets and suggested equipment for quick reference
    • Contains illustrations and graphs throughout, providing extra support
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    • Date Published: September 2018
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781316645185
    • length: 232 pages
    • dimensions: 245 x 190 x 14 mm
    • weight: 0.53kg
    • contains: 42 b/w illus.
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    1. A lifetime's observations and reflections as an IVF doctor Ian Cooke
    2. The patient's perspective of assisted reproduction Louise Burton
    3. How to manage intramural fibroids before an IVF cycle Ertan Saridogan
    4. Ovarian stimulation protocols – horses for courses Qiao Jie
    5. The consultation with the poor responder Paul Atkinson and Bill Ledger
    6. The consultation with a patient who wishes to have ovarian tissue cryopreservation Richard Anderson
    7. How to manage patients with cancer who need fast-track treatment Kirsten Tryde Macklon and Michael von Wolff
    8. How to manage patients with adenomyosis before an IVF cycle Stephan Gordts
    9. The consultation with older men seeking ART treatment Allan Pacey
    10. How to manage endometrioma in the IVF patient Mukhri Hamdan and Ying Cheong
    11. How to manage IVF patients with intrauterine adhesions Tin-Chiu Li
    12. What is the role of complementary and alternative medicine during IVF – a review of the evidence Trevor Wing and Andrew Flower
    13. How to manage the patient with hydrosalpinges before an IVF cycle Arri Coomarasamy and Justin Chu
    14. Tubal assessment in the IVF patient Bonnie Ng and Ying Cheong
    15. Which culture media to use? Necati Findikli and Mustafa Bahceci
    16. How to set up and manage key performance indicators, what are red-alerts and what to do when they occur? Rachel Cutting and Caitriona Meaney
    17. How to manage the patient with thin endometrium Tse Yeun Tan and Heng Hao Tan
    18. How to manage the patient with fluid in the endometrium prior to embryo transfer Christian Becker and Monica Mittal
    19. Practical tips on personalizing luteal phase support Sesh Kamal Sunkara and Srividya Seshadri
    20. How to avoid ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome: best management strategies Nikolaos Tsampras and Raj Mathur
    21. Anesthetic choices in IVF practice Singaraselvan Nagarajan and Eileen Lew
    22. Tips and tricks of transvaginal oocyte retrieval Durga Rao
    23. What to do when the electric oocyte aspiration pump stops working? Mili Saran and Ying Cheong
    24. How to manage the patient who has no egg retrieval Nikoletta Panagiotopoulou and Abha Maheshwari
    25. Managing unusual complications in IVF relating to transvaginal oocyte retrieval Ying Cheong and Hammed Tijani
    26. Tips and tricks on the management of a difficult embryo transfer Edward Coats and Marco Gaudoin
    27. How to manage the patient who fails to produce a semen sample Alpha Gebeh and Mostafa Metwally
    28. Prevention and management of incubator failure Charissa Watchorn and Julia Paget
    29. Troubleshooting poor survival after oocyte and embryo cryopreservation Dawn Yell
    30. The 'lost' embryo in the laboratory Virginia Bolton
    31. What to do when there is a suspected infection in the IVF laboratory Philippa Lowen and Julia Paget
    32. Dealing with practical problems encountered in PGD and PGS Junhao Yan and Zi-Jiang Chen
    33. Tips and tricks in performing 3D ultrasound before an IVF cycle Sotiris Saravelos
    34. How to draw-up a management plan when an IVF cycle has failed Carol Coughlan
    35. When fertilization fails Tanya Milachich and Atanas Shterev
    36. What does poor embryo development mean, and how does it influence subsequent cycles? Emma Adolfsson
    37. The ABC of quality management in IVF Oksana Stidston
    38. Human factors in IVF practice Rachel Broadley
    39. Customer service and marketing in IVF practice Helen Kennard
    40. The essentials for building a great fertility team Ying Cheong
    41. Financial models in an IVF practice Kiran Gedela
    42. Peering into the future of the fertility business – a conversation with Sue Channon, CEO, Virtus Health Sue Channon
    43. The role of the research nurse in an IVF center Susan Wellstead and Jane Forbes
    44. The future of IVF: ART 3.0 Nick Macklon.

  • Editors

    Ying Cheong, University of Southampton
    Ying Cheong is the Medical Director, Consultant in Reproductive Medicine and Surgery of Complete Fertility Centre, Southampton, at Princess Anne Hospital, Southampton and Professor of Reproductive Medicineat the University of Southampton.

    Togas Tulandi, McGill University, Montréal
    Togas Tulandi is Professor and Chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Milton Leong Chair in Reproductive Medicine, McGill University, Montréal.

    Tin-Chiu Li, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
    Tin-Chiu Li is Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is a former Chair of the ESH RE Reproductive Surgery Special Interest Group.

    Contributors

    Ian Cooke, Louise Burton, Ertan Saridogan, Qiao Jie, Paul Atkinson, Bill Ledger, Richard Anderson, Kirsten Tryde Macklon, Michael von Wolff, Stephan Gordts, Allan Pacey, Mukhri Hamdan, Ying Cheong, Tin-Chiu Li, Trevor Wing, Andrew Flower, Arri Coomarasamy, Justin Chu, Bonnie Ng, Necati Findikli, Mustafa Bahceci, Rachel Cutting, Caitriona Meaney, Tse Yeun Tan, Heng Hao Tan, Christian Becker, Monika Mittal, Sesh Kamal Sunkara, Srividya Seshadri, Nikolaos Tsampras, Raj Mathur, Singaraselvan Nagarajan, Eileen Lew, Durga Rao, Mili Saran, Nikoletta Panagiotopoulou, Abha Maheshwari, Hammed Tijani, Edward Coats, Marco Gaudoin, Alpha Gebeh, Mostafa Metwally, Charissa Watchorn, Julia Paget, Dawn Yell, Virginia Bolton, Philipa Lowen, Junhao Yan, Zi-Jiang Chen, Sotiris Saravelos, Carol Coughlan, Tanya Milachich, Atanas Shterev, Emma Adolfsson, Oksana Stidston, Rachel Broadley, Helen Kennard, Kiran Gedela, Sue Channon, Susan Wellstead, Jane Forbes, Nick Macklon

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