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  • Judy Murty
  • The journal of family planning and reproductive…
  • 2003
OBJECTIVE To explore (a). if analgesia taken before an intrauterine device (IUD) fitting actually lessens the discomfort of the fitting and (b). whether there is a relationship between anxiety and choosing to take pain relief before an IUD fitting. POPULATION Women having an IUD fitted in participating clinics in Leeds between 1 April and 31 July 2001. (More)
A FACT is an up-to-date review of a subject relevant to the speciality, intended to help you fulfil your CPD requirements in your home or place of work. Whilst FACTs are edited and reviewed at various levels within the Faculty, the actual contents and views expressed are those of the authors and not the Faculty. More specifically, these reviews are not(More)
This paper describes the authors' experience of conducting termination of pregnancy on conscious patients in community settings. If patients are appropriately selected and prepared, and the procedure conducted in the presence of well-trained and motivated nursing assistance, the method described is successful, safe and acceptable to patients.
This retrospective study looked at the bone mass density of women using combined oral contraception (n = 59), depot-medroxyprogesterone acetate (DMPA) (n = 34) or controls (n = 62) who had not used steroid contraception for 6 months. The groups were matched for body mass index, age, smoking, alcohol consumption, caffeine consumption and exercise. There was(More)
To evaluate the role of phrenic and sternocleidomastoid afferents as alternate sources of inhibitory feedback during mechanical ventilation, we studied five C2-C3 quadriplegics with sensory denervation of the rib cage and diaphragm, six C1-C2 quadriplegics with additional loss of sensory feedback from the neck muscles, and seven normal subjects. We compared(More)
This retrospective study looked at the bone mass density of women using combined oral contraception (n = 59), depot-medroxyprogesterone acetate (DMPA) (n = 34) or controls (n = 62) who had not used steroid contraception for 6 months. The groups were matched for body mass index, age, smoking, alcohol consumption, caffeine consumption and exercise. There was(More)
  • Judy Murty
  • The journal of family planning and reproductive…
  • 2001
OBJECTIVE To assess and improve knowledge of correct resuscitation procedures if an unexpected event occurs during an intra-uterine device (IUD) fitting. DESIGN Previous literature on resuscitation in the family planning clinic was reviewed to provide a basis for a questionnaire for doctors and nurses within the service to assess knowledge of correct(More)
This retrospective study looked at the bone mass density of women using combined oral contraception (n = 59), depot-medroxyprogesterone acetate (DMPA) (n = 34) or controls (n = 62) who had not used steroid contraception for 6 months. The groups were matched for body mass index, age, smoking, alcohol consumption, caffeine consumption and exercise. There was(More)