Interventions for Emergency Contraception
Van Look, P.F.
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2000; 2: CD001324
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Advanced Provision of Emergency Contraception to Postnatal Women in China Makes No Difference in Abortion Rates: A Randomized Controlled Trial Hu, Xiaoyu; Cheng, Linan; Hua, Xiaolin; Glasier, Anna (2005-08)
Low Dose Mifepristone and Two Regimens of Levonorgestrel for Emergency Contraception: A WHO Multicentre Randomised Trial von Hertzen, Helena; Piaggio, Gilda; Ding, Juhong; Chen, Junling; Song, Si; Bartfai, Gyorgy; Ng, Ernest; Gemzell-Danielsson, Kristina; Oyunbileg, Amindavaa; Wu, Shangchun; Cheng, Weiyu; Ludicke, Frank; Pretnar-Darovec, Alenka; Kirkman, Rosemary; Mittal, Suneeta; Khomassuridze, Archil; Apter, Dan; Peregoudov, Alexandre (World Health Organization [WHO]. Research Group on Post- ovulatory Methods of Fertility Regulation, 2002-12-07)
Who Is Using Emergency Contraception? Awareness and Use of Emergency Contraception Among California Women and Teens Baldwin, Susie B.; Solorio, Rosa; Washington, Donna L.; Yu, Hongjian; Huang, Yii-Chieh; Brown, E. Richard (2008-09)INTRODUCTION: Emergency contraception (EC) reduces women's risk for pregnancy after unprotected intercourse, and women's awareness of the method is increasingly important for expanding access. However, knowledge of EC alone ...