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Levonorgestrel 0.000775 MG/HR Intrauterine System [Liletta]
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Four-Year Efficacy and Safety of the Liletta® Levonorgestrel Intrauterine System [11A]
Corpus ID: 57419853
RESULTS: Majority of the participants were married (85%). Median gravidity was 3 pregnancies. 90% were not planning to get…
A Lower-Cost Option for Intrauterine Contraception.
Nursing for women's health
Corpus ID: 27357271
In March 2015, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Liletta (Actavis, Dublin, Ireland), a new intrauterine device for…
Levonorgestrel release rates over 5 years with the Liletta® 52-mg intrauterine system.
R. M. Starr
Andrea I. Olariu
Corpus ID: 32411286
OBJECTIVE To understand the potential duration of action for Liletta®, we conducted this study to estimate levonorgestrel (LNG…
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