Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Contributions||Jejeebhoy, Shireen J., Koenig, Michael Alan., Elias, Christopher.|
|LC Classifications||RG218 .R468 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 466 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||466|
Reproductive Tract Infections and Other Gynaecological Disorders: A Multidisciplinary Research Approach Article (PDF Available) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Investigating Reproductive Tract Infections and other Gynaecological Disorders is a timely summing up of experience gained during the past 10–15 years. To explore the intricacies of sex, one needs a multidisciplinary approach and preferably a community : Per Bergsjø. Get this from a library! Investigating reproductive tract infections and other gynaecological disorders: a multidisciplinary research approach. [Shireen J Jejeebhoy; Michael Alan Koenig; Christopher Elias;] -- This significant book will help focus research in this important though neglected area. The primary aims of the book are to provide an overview of reproductive tract infections and other gynaecological disorders, to highlight the conceptual and methodological challenges associated with undertaking research on this subject, and to serve as a reference for future research in this area.
Investigating Reproductive Tract Infections and other Gynaecological Disorders A Multidisciplinary Research Approach Edited by Shireen Jejeebhoy The Population Council, New Delhi, India Michael Koenig Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA and Christopher Elias Program for Appropriate Technology in Health (PATH), Seattle, USA. Reproductive tract infections and other gynaecological disorders among women represent an enormous global health burden. This signiﬁcant new book will help focus research on an important though neglected area. The primary aims ofthe book are to provide an overview of reproductive tract infections and other gynaecological disorders, to. Case Study: Reproductive Tract Infections—Ethiopia T. he prevalence of reproductive tract infections (RTIs) in Ethiopia is among the highest in Africa. Despite a decrease in the prevalence of syphilis since the s due to increased use of antibiotics, the number of cases of gonorrhea, chancroid, and lymphogranuloma venereum reported to the. Introduction. Among young women in developing countries, the universal public health problem is reproductive tract infections (RTIs) which occupy the second position in public health problems. RTIs lead to 17% of economic losses in these countries. RTIs are presently ignored as a significant health issue though it disturbs the social wellbeing of women during their most productive age..
3. Pelvic Disorders This refers to any disorder of the pelvic region, including all of those mentioned above. Other common pelvic disorders include: • Bowel disorders like constipation, diarrhea and bloating. • Urinary tract infections. • Urinary incontinence. • Uterine fibroids. • Uterine prolapse. 4. STDs STDs cause all sorts of. Women’s reproductive tract infections and other gynecological disorders are an enormous global health burden. This significant book helps focus research in this important, neglected area. It is a vital tool for doctors, epidemiologists and public health professionals to formulate effective ways of evaluating the scale of this problem within. Meehan M, Wawer M J, Serwadda D. et al Laboratory methods for the diagnosis of reproductive tract infections and selected condition in population‐based studies. In: Jejeebhoy S, Koenig M, Elias C, eds. Reproductive tract infections and other gynecological disorders: a multidisciplinary approach. Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press. The infections may be those of the female reproductive tract and female genitalia, infections during pregnancy, pelvic infections, post-operative infections, and sexually transmitted infections. In addition, we evaluate and manage non-infectious disorders of the vulva as well as vulvar diseases and/or care for women with recurrent or resistant.