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A medical device is a product which is used for medical purposes in patients, in diagnosis, therapy or surgery.  Medical devices act by physical, mechanical, thermal, physico-chemical or chemic...

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Adjunct social media improves contraceptive knowledge

(HealthDay)—Use of social media in addition to standard contraceptive education is associated with improved patient contraceptive knowledge, according to research published in the April issue of Obs...

"Green light" for Bayer's new transparent low dose contraceptive patch

Bayer HealthCare has successfully concluded the decentralized European registration procedure for its new transparent low dose contraceptive patch (gestodene/ethinylestradiol). The Health Authorities...

Bayer’s New Contraceptive Patch Approved in EU

Bayer HealthCare has successfully concluded the decentralized European registration procedure for the company’s new, transparent, low-dose contraceptive patch (gestodene/ethinylestradiol).

New contraceptive device 'protects against HIV'

Scientists have developed a new contraceptive for women that protects against HIV as well as unwanted pregnancies.

New Smartphone Devices Open the Door to Teleophthalmology

Researchers have developed low-cost smartphone-based devices that can obtain high-quality images of the retina and anterior segment of the eye. Medscape Medical News

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Scientists have developed a new contraceptive for women that protects against HIV as well as unwanted pregnancies.

Medical News Today: Contraceptive microchip: could it revolutionize global birth control?

A radical new contraceptive may be available by 2018. A tiny hormone-releasing microchip implanted under the skin, manufacturers claim the new device works for up to 16 years.

Merck & Co to Pay $100 Million in Contraceptive Suit

U.S. drugmaker Merck & Co has said it will pay $100 million to resolve all U.S. product liability lawsuits alleging it downplayed serious health risks involving its NuvaRing intrauterine contracep...

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Consumer perspectives on a pericoital contraceptive pill in India and Uganda.

Studies suggest that women in some countries have adopted emergency contraceptive pills as a routine method of family planning. This practice indicates there may be latent demand for a pericoital cont...

Reliance on condoms for contraceptive protection among HIV care and treatment clients: a mixed methods study on contraceptive choice and motivation within a generalised epidemic.

To (i) describe the contraceptive practices of HIV care and treatment (HCTx) clients in Manzini, Swaziland, including their unmet needs for family planning (FP), and compare these with population-leve...

Obesity and Contraception.

Utilizing contraception is critical in preventing unintended pregnancies among obese women. However, clinicians and obese patients may be unclear about which contraceptive methods are optimal. This re...

A Qualitative Exploration of Contraceptive Practice and Decision Making of Malaysian Women Who Had Induced Abortion: A Case Study.

This study explores contraceptive practice and decision making of women who have experienced abortion in Malaysia. In-depth interviews were carried out with 31 women who had abortions. Women in this s...

"Stratified Contraception": Emergency Contraceptive Pills and Women's Differential Experiences in Contemporary India.

Available without prescriptions in India since 2005, Emergency Contraceptive Pills (ECPs) and their advertisements have provided women with increased contraceptive options and a vocabulary to talk abo...

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