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Published by Population Council, Research Division in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Fertility, Human -- Mathematical models,
  • Contraception -- Failure -- Mathematical models

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliography.

StatementJohn Bongaarts, German Rodriguez.
SeriesWorking papers /Population Council -- no. 6, Working papers (Population Council. Research Division) -- no. 6
ContributionsRodriquez, German
The Physical Object
Pagination49 p.
Number of Pages49
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19072506M

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Estimating abortion rates from contraceptive failure rates via risk compensation: a mathematical model Quirino Sugon Jr., 1, 2 Daniel J. McNamara, 1, 2 Romeo Intengan 3 New Study Estimates Contraceptive Failure Rates in 43 Countries By Staff Editor - AM. In addition to estimating method-specific failure rates, the researchers estimated the contraceptive prevalence and the method mix for each country and the seven subregions in the analysis, information that is critical in determining 1. Author(s): Bongaarts,J; Rodriguez,G Title(s): A new method for estimating contraceptive failure rates/ J. Bongaarts, G. Rodriguez. In: Measuring the dynamics of contraceptive use. Proceedings of the United Nations Expert Group Meeting on Measuring the Dynamics of Contraceptive Use, New York, December , [compiled by] United ://   Publications Trussell J, Chandler S. The Loving Book. World Publishing: New York NY, Trussell J, Hatcher RA. Women in Need. Macmillan: New York NY,

  Calendar-based methods are various methods of estimating a woman's likelihood of fertility, based on a record of the length of previous menstrual s methods are known as the Knaus–Ogino method and the rhythm standard days method is also considered a calendar-based method, because when using it, a woman tracks the days of her menstrual cycle without 1. Author(s): Bongaarts,John,; Rodriguez,Germán(Rodriguez-Galant); Barzelatto,J(José), Title(s): A new method for estimating contraceptive failure rates/ John Contraceptive efficacy describes how well a contraceptive method works with perfect use. Alternatively, contraceptive effectiveness describes how well a method works with typical use. Knowledge of both contraceptive efficacy and effectiveness is important in contraceptive ://   We modeled the potential cost-effectiveness of increasing access to contraception in Puerto Rico during a Zika virus outbreak. The intervention is projected to cost an additional $ million in family planning services and is likely to be cost-saving for the healthcare system

  James Trussell, who passed away at age 69 on Decem , leaves behind invaluable contributions to our field. Professor Trussell was a resolute champion for the evidentiary science in reproductive health, an ingenious researcher contributing substantially to that scientific evidence, and a decided advocate for reproductive :// Pregnancy rates based on an average between lowest and highest age-specific failure rates for each age range and method or observed population-based failure rates; efficacy defined as fraction of expected pregnancies prevented by each method. b. Age-specific data not available. c. Assumed to be accompanied by a topical spermicide. d   Failure rates for condoms and periodic abstinence were similar to typical-use rates estimated for the United States (Trussell and Kost ), and failure associated with the IUD was even lower in the 11 developing countries than in the United States; failure rates for the pill, vaginal methods, and withdrawal were significantly higher, :// Methodological pitfalls in the analysis of contraceptive failure Methodological pitfalls in the analysis of contraceptive failure Trussell, James Ofice of Population Research, Princeton Universiry, 21 Prosper1 Avenue, Princelon, New Jersey , U.S.A. SUMMARY Although the literature on contraceptive failure is vast and is expanding rapidly, our understanding of the