This revised and updated Atlas provides a comprehensive guide to modern contraceptive practice. The book is heavily illustrated with color photographs and line drawings that guide the reader through the various options available and provide a valuable educational resource. The supporting text offers a concise description of family planning in today’s world.
Family planning is needed, simple and inexpensive. This book provides an invaluable resource for the wide range of physicians and allied health workers who advise and deliver contraceptive care.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. Rationale for Family Planning 3. History of Family Planning 4. Human Sexuality including Reproduction and Male Physiology 5. Service Delivery 6. Hormonal Contraception 7. Condoms 8. Female Barrier Contraception and Spermicides 9. Intrauterine Devices 10. Periodic Abstinence and Coitus Interruptus 11. Voluntary Surgical Contraception 12. Contraception for Special Groups 13. Abortion 14. AIDS 15. New Methods 16. Conclusions
Senanayake, Pramilla; Potts, Malcolm