A Textbook of in Vitro Fertilization and Assisted Reproduction: the Bourn Hall Guide to Clinical and Laboratory Practice | Review by Lucy Coleman.
|I trained mostly in United Kingdom and, as many specialists in the reproductive field know, it is one of the most regulated countries with respect to human reproduction. This book covers most of the protocols used in the United Kingdom, and I believe many specialists should read through and take most of the content. It is a book that includes several different protocols and laboratory settings. Having worked and several countries I know it is sometimes difficult to get used to different laboratories. After reading the book I took my own ideas of my own protocols of work, according to the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority and it has been the same way since. It has a new version and I believe it might be as good as this edition.|
Amazon Review: This is an enlarged, updated, color-illustrated new edition of the definitive clinical reference on in vitro fertilization and assisted reproduction. It contains 37 chapters by top-ranked specialists from around the world covering every aspect of investigation and therapeutic options as taught and practiced at the world-famous Bourn Hall Clinic. Large format, double-column pages. Includes bibliographic references, procedures, protocols and information sheets, and index...Continue reading