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Reproductive technology

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Published by Greenhaven Press in Farmington Hills, MI .
Written in English

  • Human reproductive technology,
  • Human reproductive technology -- Moral and ethical aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 83-86) and index.

    StatementCindy Mur, book editor.
    SeriesAt issue, At issue (San Diego, Calif.)
    ContributionsMur, Cindy.
    LC ClassificationsRG133.5 .R458 2004
    The Physical Object
    Pagination90 p. ;
    Number of Pages90
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15568018M
    ISBN 100737724129, 0737724137
    LC Control Number2004046079

    Designing Babies: The Brave New World of Reproductive Technology by Roger Gosden and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Volume 1: Infertility provides comprehensive information on the modern-day approach to all clinical aspects of assisted reproductive technology (ART). It is a well-designed illustrated textbook which covers in depth, yet crisply the entire armamentarium of ART from basic principles of reproductive anatomy, physiology and endocrinology to the latest scientific advances.

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ISBN ISBN X. Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Cited by: The authors explain the reproductive technology options available with relevant state statute summaries, discuss standards of care, evolving technologies, and more.

The authors also discuss contracts and documents for ART as well as the ABA’s Model Acts Governing Assisted Reproductive Technology. Reproductive technologies to screen human embryos in in vitro fertilization. Advances in reproductive technologies in the past few decades have made it possible in IVF programs to remove one or more cells from an embryo at its early developmental stage for genetic testing.

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This manual is a comprehensive guide to Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) and Clinical Embryology. Beginning with an introduction to ART, the book discusses embryology and provides a step by step description of different types of ART.

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Editorial Reviews. Reviewer: Emily S. Jungheim, M.D.(Washington University School of Medicine) Description: This comprehensive overview of specific concepts and practices in the assisted reproductive technology (ART) laboratory touches on clinical aspects of ART.

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UCTION TO TOPIC Students should answer these questions in-dividually at the start of the unit. The purpose of the activity is to collect the student’s indi-File Size: KB. "A remarkable collection of scholarly essays, philosophical discussions, and ethical arguments concerning reproductive choices." —Choice It seems as if every week there is a new case involving reproductive technologies that raises provocative, often painful questions: What policies should be followed by centers that preserve human embryos.

Assisted reproductive technologies (ART) are methods and procedures for encouraging fertility. In many of these treatments, both eggs and sperm are handled outside of the male and female body.

ART is employed to counteract infertility, which is often defined as the inability to reproduce after a year of intercourse without contraceptives. Assisted reproductive technology in the United States and Canada: results from the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology generated from the American Fertility Society Registry.

Fertil Steril May, 59(5) Reproductive Technology Reproductive technologies are medical procedures designed to help infertile people have children.

These procedures include artificial insemination, in vitro fertilization, embryo adoption, and surrogate mothers. Artificial Insemination In artificial insemination (AI), sperm are collected from a man and placed into the.

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For families facing infertility, decisions about family building become complex. One ethical dilemma. Assisted Reproductive Technology and the Family, by Helen Alvaré, (en español) Genetic Enhancement: Custom Kids and Chimeras by Marilyn Coors, Ph.D., (en español) Assisted Reproductive Technologies are Anti-Woman by Marie Anderson, M.D., FACOG and John Bruchalski, M.D., (en español).

Book Online. New trends in Assisted Reproductive Technology – What’s new in ART. Innovation in ART. July 25th, marks the birth of the first IVF baby, Louise Brown and the start of a fertility revolution with many new developments in the field.

Book Excerpts & Health Info; Blog Posts: Reproductive Technology & Genetic Engineering From widely accepted in vitro fertilization to recent (and more controversial) “three parent” babies, assisted reproductive technologies are rapidly evolving.

Their advancement, however. The March symposium Human Dignity and Reproductive Technology brought together philosophers, theologians, scientists, lawyers, and scholars from across the United States.

The essays of this book are the contributions of the symposium's participants. This book will open the doors to have a positive communication regarding conception, delivery, and birth by means of back and enjoy the ride as I explain this process to my own son, conceived through IVF.

(50) assisted reproduction (7) assisted reproductive technology (1) aunts (1) Australia (30). Reproductive technology / Cindy Mur, book editor. Format Book Published Detroit: Greenhaven Press ; Farmington Hills, MI: Greenhaven Press, c Description 90 p. ; 24 cm. Other contributors Mur, Cindy.

Series Opposing viewpoints series Uniform series At. Reproductive Technology and the Law. From Washington Lawyer, July/August By Anna Stolley Persky.

Enid Abrahami, a single mother by choice, conceived her first child with her own egg and a stranger’s sperm, thanks to a fertility clinic in New York. Abrahami then gave birth to her son in Israel, where she lives these days. Background. Public interest in Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) has remained high since the birth of the world’s first in vitro fertilization baby, Louise Brown, in the United Kingdom.

ART allows scientists to manipulate the fertilization process in order to bypass some pathological obstacles such as blocked fallopian tubes and non-functioning ovaries in. and Practice of Assisted Reproductive Technology is an authoritative, comprehensive, and well-illustrated triad that provides a valuable reference for students of reproductive medicine, and a knowledge base to improve the care of cou-ples suffering from infertility for practicing specialists and gynecologists.

Ricardo Loret de Mola, M.D. This book written by Baroness Deech jointly with a young philosopher, Anna Smajdor, is thus rightly sub-titled ‘Controversy in the Era of Reproductive Technology’. One of its great strengths is the practical approach to thorny problems evident throughout the work, an approach that mirrors Baroness Deech's management of the HFEA in difficult Author: Amel Alghrani, Margaret Brazier.

This book revisits the regulation of assisted reproduction and advances the debate on from the now much-discussed issues that arose from IVF, offering a critical analysis of the regulatory challenges raised by new reproductive technologies on the : Amel Alghrani.

Handbook of Assisted Reproductive Technology is a practical, easy-to-use book, aimed for day-to-day practice of anyone involved in the care on infertile patients. It summarizes the general knowledge in ART for quick reference, without having to. Faith Facts.

"Reproductive Technology." Lay Witness (January/February ). Reprinted with permission of Lay Witness magazine. Lay Witness is a publication of Catholic United for the Faith, Inc., an international lay apostolate founded in to support, defend, and advance the efforts of the teaching Church.

The Author. Contemporary Perspectives on Assisted Reproductive Technology, Gautam Allahbadia, Rubina Merchant,Reproductive technology, pages. Clinical in vitro fertilization, Carl Wood, Alan Trounson,Medical, pages. The welcome second edition of this topical book concentrates on new issues.

It includes a summary of. This book’s aim is to increase the awareness of a great variety of posttranslational modifications in the male and female reproductive system. Some of the most intriguing reproductive strategies, mechanisms, and pathways involving PTM are discussed, with an added angle of evolutionary conservation and diversity.

New reproductive technology has provided the solution for problems of infertility for hundreds of thousands of couples. For halakhically observant Jews, especially in the pro-natal state of Israel, and in general in the post-Holocaust era, new reproductive technology has been a blessing but has also created a multitude of The legal corpus of Jewish laws and observances as .Keeping current on reproductive health issues and finding answers to your and your patients’ questions are more easily accomplished if you have on hand an array of resources and materials.

This listing from our book, Contraceptive Technology, presents some selected reproductive health resources developed by the authors of Contraceptive Technology and resources that .Assisted reproductive treatment (ART), also known as assisted reproductive technology, refers to treatments used to assist people in achieving a pregnancy.

ART covers a wide spectrum of treatments. Depending on the cause of infertility, the following types of treatment may be suggested. [collapse collapsed].