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Intrauterine pH of women using stainless steel contraceptive device.

@article{Sedlis1967IntrauterinePO,
  title={Intrauterine pH of women using stainless steel contraceptive device.},
  author={A. Sedlis and E. Kandemir and M. L. Stone},
  journal={Obstetrics and gynecology},
  year={1967},
  volume={30 1},
  pages={
          114-7
        }
}
Intrauterine pH was measured in a group of women who had been fitted with a stainless steel intrauterine contraceptive ring at the Family Planning Clinic at the New York Medical College. The intrauterine pH was measured with the Beckman glass electrode for gastrointestinal pH measurement the Beckman silver-silver chloride fiber reference electrode and the Beckman Model G pH meter. Measurements of pH were performed on 39 women prior to insertion of the ring and on 44 after insertion. The mean pH… Expand
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