Bibliografia - 3ª Parte


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501. CROXATTO, H.B., ORTIZ, M.E., and VALDEZ, E. IUD mechanisms of action. In: In: Bardin, C.W. and Mishell, D.R. Jr., eds. Proceedings from the 4th International Conference on IUDs. Boston, Butterworth-Heinemann, 1994. p. 44–62.

502. DALING, J.R., WEISS, N.S., VOIGHT, L.F. MCKNIGHT, B., and MOORE, D.E. The intrauterine device and primary tubal infertility. [Letter] New England Journal of Medicine 326(3): 203–204. Jan. 16, 1992.

503. DIAZ, J., BAHAMONDES, L., DIAZ M. MARCHI, N., FAUNDES, A., and MARINI, M. Evaluation of the performance of the Copper T380A IUD up to ten years. Is this IUD a reversible but potentially permanent method? Advances in Contraception 8: 275–280. 1992.

504. DIAZ, J., FAUNDES, A., DIAZ, M., and MARCHI, N. Evaluation of the clinical performance of a levonorgestrel-releasing IUD, up to seven years of use, in Campinas, Brazil. Contraception 47: 169–175. 1993.

505. DIAZ, J., PINTO NETO, A., DIAZ, M., MARCHI, N.M., and BAHAMONDES, L. Long-term evaluation of the clinical performance of the TCu200B and the TCu380A in Campinas, Brazil. Advances in Contraception 8: 67–72. 1992.

506. EGYPT. NATIONAL POPULATION COUNCIL (NPC), and DEMOGRAPHIC AND HEALTH SURVEYS. MACRO INTERNATIONAL. Egypt Demographic and Health Survey 1992: Preliminary Report. Columbia, Maryland, NPC and DHS, Mar. 1993. 25 p.

* 507. FARLEY, T.M.M., ROSENBERG, M.J., ROWE, P.J., CHEN, J.H., and MEIRIK, O. Intrauterine devices and pelvic inflammatory disease: an international perspective. Lancet 339: 785–788. Mar. 28, 1992.

508. FARR, G., and RIVERA, R. Interactions between intrauterine contraceptive device use and breast-feeding status at time of intrauterine contraceptive device insertion: Analysis of TCu-380A acceptors in developing countries. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 167(1): 144–151. Jul. 1992

509. FAUNDES, A., ALVAREZ, F., BRACHE, V., and TEJADA, A.S. The role of the levonorgestrel intrauterine device in the prevention and treatment of iron deficiency anemia during fertility regulation. International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics 26: 429–433. 1988.

510. FINGER, W.R. Today’s IUDs offer safe, effective contraception. Network 13(3): 12–15. Mar. 1993.

511. FOREIT, K.G., FOREIT, J.R., LAGOS, G., and GUZMAN, A. Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of postpartum IUD insertion in Lima, Peru. International Family Planning Perspectives 19(1): 19–24. Mar. 1993.

512. GOMMAA, H.I. Effects of contraceptive counseling on mother’s acceptance, continuation rate and side effects of I.U.D. and pill. Summary. 1991. 11 p. (Unpublished)

513. GRIMES, D.A., and SCHULZ, K.F. Prophylactic antibiotics at IUD insertion. In: Bardin, C.W. and Mishell, D.R. Jr., eds. Proceedings from the 4th International Conference on IUDs. Boston, Butterworth-Heinemann, 1994. p. 164–170.

514. GUPTA, B.K., GUPTA, A.N. and LYALL, S. Return of fertility in various types of IUD users. International Journal of Fertility 34 (2): 123–125. 1989.

515. HACETEPPE UNIVERSITY. INSTITUTE OF POPULATION STUDIES. 1988 Turkish Population and Health Survey. Ankara, Haceteppe University, Apr. 1989. 173 p.

516. HO, J., WU, Z., CAI, S. HAN, J., LIU, M., HU, S., and LUI, Z. A randomized comparative trial of the MLCu375, TCu220C, Steel Ring, and Uterine Cavity-Shaped IUDs. Advances in Contraception 8: 161–166. 1992.

517. INDIAN COUNCIL OF MEDICAL RESEARCH. TASK FORCE ON IUD. Randomized clinical trail with intrauterine devices (levonorgestrel intrauterine device (LNG), CUT 380Ag, CuT 220C and CuT 200B). Contraception 39(1): 37–52. 1989.

518. JORDAN. MINISTRY OF HEALTH (MOH). and INSTITUTE FOR RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT (IRD). Jordan Population and Family Health Survey 1990. Amman, Jordan. and Columbia, Maryland, MOH. and IRD, 1992.

519. JOVANOVIC, R., BARONE, C.M., VAN NATTA, F.C., and CONGEMA, E. Preventing infection relating to insertion of an intrauterine device. Journal of Reproductive Medicine 33(4): 347–352. Apr. 1988.

520. KAHN, J.G., WALKER, C.K., WASHINGTON, A.E., LANDERS, D.V., and SWEET, R.L. Diagnosing pelvic inflammatory disease: Developing a new model. Journal of the American Medical Association 266(18): 2594–2604. Nov. 13, 1991.

521. KESSEL, E. Pelvic inflammatory disease with intrauterine device use: A reassessment. Fertility and Sterility 51(1): 1–11. Jan. 1989.

522. KURZ, K.H. and MEIER-OEHLKE, P.A. The CU SAFE 300 IUD, a new concept in intrauterine contraception: First year results of a large study with follow-up of 1017 acceptors. Advances in Contraception 7(2–3): 291–300. Jun.-Sep. 1991.

523. LADIPO, O.A., FARR,G., OTOLORIN, E., KONJE, J.C., STURGEN, K., COX, P., and CHAMPION, C.B. Prevention of IUD-related pelvic infection: The efficacy of prophylactic doxycycline at IUD insertion. Advances in Contraception 7(1): 43–54. Mar. 1991.

524. LARA, R., SANCHEZ, R.A., and AZNAR, R. Aplicacion del dispositivo intrauterino a traves de la incision de la cesarea. [IUD insertion during cesarean section.][SPA] Ginecologia y Obstetricia de Mexico 57: 23–27. Jan. 1989.

525. LARSSON, B. and WENNERGREN, M. Investigation of a copper-intrauterine device (Cu-IUD) for possible effect on frequency and healing of pelvic inflammatory disease. Contraception 15: 143–149. 1977.

526. LASSISE, D.L. SAVITZ, D.A., HAMMAN, R.F., BARON, A.E., BRINTON, L.A., and LEVINES, R.S. Invasive cervical cancer and intrauterine device use. International Journal of Epidemiology 20(4): 865–870. 1991.

527. LAZARIN, A., SARACCO, A., MUSICCO, M., and NICOLOSI, A. Man-to-woman sexual transmission of the human immunodeficiency virus: Risk factors related to sexual behavior, man’s infectiousness, and woman’s susceptibility. Archives of Internal Medicine 151: 2411–2416. Dec. 1991.

* 528. LEE, N.C., RUBIN, G.L., and BORUCKI, R. The intrauterine device and pelvic inflammatory disease revisited: New results from the Women’s Health Study. Obstetrics and Gynecology 72(1): 1–6. Jul. 1988.

529. LOVESET, T. A comparative evaluation of the Multiload 250 and Multiload 375 intra-uterine devices. Acta Obstetrica Gynecologica Scandinavica 69: 521–526. 1990.

530. LUUKKAINEN, T. Progestin-releasing intrauterine contraceptive device. In: Bardin, C.W. and Mishell, D.R. Jr., eds. Proceedings from the 4th International Conference on IUDs. Boston, Butterworth-Heinemann, 1994. p. 32–41.

531. LUUKKAINEN, T., LAHTEENMAKI, P, and TOIVONEN, J. Levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine device. Annals of Medicine 22: 85–90. 1990.

532. MEIRIK, O. Infection in non-pregnant women: incidence and risk factors in the 1980s and 1990s. In: Bardin, C.W. and Mishell, D.R. Jr., eds. Proceedings from the 4th International Conference on IUDs. Boston, Butterworth-Heinemann, 1994. p. 142–150.

533. MORENO, L. and GOLDMAN, N. Contraceptive failure rates in developing countries: evidence from the Demographic and Health Surveys. International Family Planning Perspectives 17(2): 44–49. 1991.

534. MOROCCO. MINISTERE DE LA SANTE PUBLIQUE SECRETARIAT GENERAL (MSPSG). DIVISION DE LA PLANIFICATION DE LA STATISTIQUE ET DE L’INFORMATIQUE. SERVICE DES ETUDES ET DE L’INFORMATION SANITAIRE. and DEMOGRAPHIC AND HEALTH SURVEYS (DHS). MACRO INTERNATIONAL. Enquete national sur la population et al santé Maroc 1992; Rapport préliminaire. [National survey on population and health, Morocco 1992.][FRE] Columbia, Maryland, MSPSG. and DHS, no date.

535. O’HANLEY, K. and HUBER, D.H. Postpartum IUDs: Keys for success. Contraception 45: 351–361. 1992.

536. PAP-AKESON, M., SOLHEIM, F., THORBERT, G., WILHELMSSON, L., and AKERLUND, M. Inserting IUD threads together with the device into the uterine cavity reduces the incidence of genital tract infections. British Journal of Family Planning 15: 11–14. Apr. 1989.

537. PETERSON, H.B., WALKER, C.K., KAHN, J.G., WASHINGTON, A.E., ESCHENBACH, DE.A., and FARO, S. Pelvic inflammatory disease: Key treatment issues and options. Journal of the American Medical Association 266(18): 2605–2611. Nov. 13, 1991.

538. POTTS, D.M., CHAMPION, C.B., KOZUH-NOVAK, M., ALVAREZ-SANCHEZ, F., SANTISO-GALVEZ, R., TACLA, X., COHEN, J., and RIVERA, R. IUDs and PID: A comparative trial of strings versus stringless devices. Advances in Contraception 7: 231–240. 1991.

539. SANDMIRE, H.F. Fertility after intrauterine device discontinuation. Advances in Contraception 2: 327–335. 1986.

540. SASTRAWINATA, S., FARR, G., PRIHADI, S.M., HUTAPEA, H., ANWAR, M., WAHYUDI, I., SUNJOTO, KEMARA, K.P., CHAMPION, C.B., and ROBBINS, M. A comparative clinical trial of the TCu 380A, Lippes Loop D, and Multiload Cu 375 IUDs in Indonesia. Contraception 44 (2): 141–154. Aug. 1991.

541. SAYED, A.-A.H., OSMAN, MI., EL-ZANATY, F. and WAY, A.A. Egypt Demographic and Health Survey 1988. Cairo. and Columbia, Maryland, Egypt National Population Council. and Institute for Resource Development/Macro Systems, Oct. 1989. 250 p.

542. SINEI, S.K.A., SCHULZ, K.F., LAMPTEY, P.R., GRIMES, D.A., MATI, J.K.G., ROSENTHAL, M.J., RIARA, G., NJAGE, P.N., BHULLAR, V.B., and OGEMBO, H.V. Preventing IUCD-related pelvic infection: The efficacy of prophylactic doxycycline at insertion. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 97: 412–419. May 1990.

543. SIVIN, I. Dose- and age-dependent ectopic pregnancy risks with intrauterine contraception. Obstetrics and Gynecology 78(2): 291–298. Aug. 1991.

544. SIVIN, I. IUDs are contraceptives, not abortifacients: A comment on research and belief. Studies in Family Planning 20(6): 355–359. 1989.

545. SIVIN, I. Should collared Copper T intrauterine devices be replaced before eight years? British Journal of Family Planning 18: 9–11. 1992.

546. SIVIN, I., EL MAHGOUB, S., MCCARTHY, T., MISHELL, D.R., SHOUPE, D. ALVAREZ, F., BRACHE, V., JIMENEZ, E., DIAZ, J., FAUNDES, A., DIAZ, M.M., COUTINHO, E., MATTOS, C.E.R., DIAZ, S.L. PAVEZ, M., and STERN, J. Long-term contraception with the Levonorgestrel 20 mcg/day (LNg 20) and the Copper T 380Ag intrauterine devices: A five-year randomized study. Contraception 42(4): 361–378. Oct. 1990.

547. SIVIN, I., GREENSLADE, F., SCHMIDT, F, and WALDMAN, S.N. The Copper T 380 intrauterine device: A summary of scientific data. New York, Population Council, 1992.

548. SIVIN, I., SHAABAN, M, ODLIND, V., OLSSON, S.-E., DIAZ, S., PAVEZ, M. ALVAREZ, F., BRACHE, V., and DIAZ, J. A randomized trial of the Gyne T and Gyne T Slimline intrauterine copper devices. Contraception 42(4): 379–389. 1990.

549. SIVIN, I., STERN, J., COUTINHO, E., et al. Prolonged intrauterine contraception: a seven-year randomized study of the Levonorgestrel 20 mcg/day (LNg 20) and the Copper T380 Ag IUDs. Contraception 44(5): 473–480. Nov. 1991.

550. SIVIN, I., STERN, J., DIAZ, S., PAVEZ, M, ALVAREZ, F., BRACHE, V., MISHELL, D.R., LACARRA, M., MACCARTHY, T., HOLMA, P, DARNEY, P., KLAISLE, C., OLSSON, S.-E., and ODLIND, V. Rates and outcomes of planned pregnancy after use of Norplant capsules, Norplant II rods, or levonorgestrel- releasing or copper TCu 380Ag intrauterine contraceptive devices. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 166(4): 1208–1213. Apr. 1992.

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552. SKJELDESTAD, F., and BRATT, H. Fertility after complicated and non- complicated use of IUDs. A controlled prospective study. Advances in Contraception 4(3): 179–184. Sep. 1988.

553. SOEPRONO, R. Return to fertility after discontinuation of copper IUD use: A study of 55 pregnancies involving Multiload Cu-250 users among private patients in Indonesia. Advances in Contraception 4(2): 95–107. Jun. 1988.

554. TEISALA, K. Removal of an intrauterine device and the treatment of acute pelvic inflammatory disease. Annals of Medicine 21: 63–65. 1989.

555. THIERY, M. Contraception for post-partum use: non hormonal methodsintrauterine devices. Presented at the International Conference on Postpartum Contraception, Mexico City, Sep. 1990.

556. TOIVONEN, J., LUUKKAINEN, T., and ALLONEN, H. Protective effect of intrauterine release of levonorgestrel on pelvic infection: Three years’ comparative experience of levonorgestrel- and copper-releasing intrauterine devices. Obstetrics & Gynecology 77(2): 261–264. Feb. 1991.

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560. VAN DIERENDONCK, B., LADIPO, O.A., EKWEMPU, C.C., GIWA-OSAGIE, O.F., and ULASI, J.N. A multicenter clinical trial in Nigeria with Multiload-Cu250 (MLCu250) and Multiload-Cu375 (MLCu375) intrauterine devices. Advances in Contraception 8: 327–330. 1992.

561. VAN KETS, H., PAREWIJCK, W., KLEINHOUT, J., ZIGHELBOIM, I., OSLER, M., and TATUM, H.J. Clinical experience with the GYNE-T 380 postpartum intrauterine device. Fertility and Sterility 55 (6): 1144–1149. Jun. 1991.

562. WANG, S.L., WU, S.C., XIN, X.M., CHEN, J.H., and GAI, J. Three years’ experience with levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine device and Norplant-2 implants: A randomized comparative study. Advances in Contraception 8: 105–114. 1992.

563. WILDEMEERSCH, D., VAN DER PAS, H., THIERY, M., VAN KETS, H., PAREWIJICK, W., and DELBARGE, W. The Copper-Fix (Cu-Fix): A new concept in IUD technology. Advances in Contraception 4(3): 197–205. Sep. 1988.

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567. XU, J.-X., CONNELL, C., and CHI., I.-C. Immediate postpartum intrauterine device insertionA report on the Chinese experience. Advances in Contraception 8: 281–290. 1992.

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