This book contains four parts with 16 chapters. Firstly, an optimal stimulation scheme
for ovaries, particularly natural and minimal stimulation of ovaries, has been
discussed in the first part. Then, one paper analyzed that how many oocytes per
retrieval will be the best for human IVF practice. If one stimulation scheme produces
too many eggs, it often results in hyperstimulation syndrome.
The initial volume of Biennial Review of Infertility was published in 2009.
In the preface to that volume we shared our vision that this series would serve
as a forum for evidence-based reviews of cutting-edge topics in the field of
infertility, written by experts in the field and accessible and applicable to
clinicians and researchers alike. We also began a tradition of highlighting and
providing contrasting reviews to emerging and controversial topics. We are
very pleased with the response we have had to Biennial Reviews of Infertility,
Volume 1, and are excited now to present Volume 2...
In a decentralized-decisions economy under uncertainty, the financial system can be seen as
the complex of institutions, infrastructure, and instruments that the society adopts to minimize the
costs of transacting promises under agents’ incomplete trust and limited information. Building on a
microeconomic, general equilibrium model that portrays such fundamental function of finance, this
study analytically shows that, in line with recent empirical evidence, the development of financial
infrastructure stimulates larger and more efficient capital industrial accumulation.
General Measures The goals of therapy are to eliminate the source of toxin, neutralize unbound toxin, and prevent muscle spasms while monitoring the patient's condition and providing support—especially respiratory support—until recovery. Patients should be admitted to a quiet room in an intensive care unit, where observation and cardiopulmonary monitoring can be maintained continuously but stimulation can be minimized. Protection of the airway is vital. Wounds should be explored, carefully cleansed, and thoroughly debrided.
Excessive inflammatory responses can be horribly destructive.
Unsurprisingly, therefore, immune responses are dampened down
and fine-tuned in a multitude of ways to minimize their damaging
effects. Four articles in this issue provide examples of such
immune regulation on four different levels.
Wolfgang Junger (page 201) explains that cells take it upon themselves
to control their behaviour to extracellular cues through autocrine feedback
loops involving purinergic receptors.