Assisted Reproductive Technologies and Infectious Diseases: by Andrea Borini, Maria Valeria Savasi

By Andrea Borini, Maria Valeria Savasi

This concise and sensible e-book is the 1st of its variety to ascertain using assisted reproductive applied sciences (ART) relating to blood-borne infectious illnesses: human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), hepatitis B (HBV) and hepatitis C (HCV). The booklet opens with a dialogue of the impression of those viruses on female and male fertility, through particular chapters of every of them, together with paintings with HIV and HCV serodiscordant (where both the male or girl is optimistic) and the detection and effect of HBV and HCV in human gametes and embryos. a big personality on laboratory security while acting artwork with blood-borne viruses follows, and the e-book concludes with a dialogue of paintings in austere and resource-poor settings, the place those infections are usually dominant because of loss of remedy and entry to vaccines. Written and edited through a global array of specialists in reproductive medication, Assisted Reproductive applied sciences and Infectious ailments explores questions, ideas, and similar matters with the purpose of successfully aiding clinicians operating with serodiscordant wishing to have kids.

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