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Ovarian Surgery and Ovarian Reserve: The Application of Temporary Compression for Natural Hemostasis to Eliminate Exposure of the Ovary to Chemical Agents and Physical Energies

Volume 8 - Issue 2

VG Zhegulovych*1, BM Ventskovsky1 and Yu V Zhegulovych2

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    • 1OO Bohomolets National Medical University, Ukraine
    • 2Kyiv City Clinical Hospital #18, Ukraine

    *Corresponding author: Yu V Zhegulovych, Kyiv City Clinical Hospital #18, Ukraine

Received: August 17, 2018;   Published: August 22, 2018

DOI: 10.26717/BJSTR.2018.08.001628

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Surgical interventions are primarily associated with the need for hemostasis. All types of energy (mechanical, electrical, thermal, welding, laser, etc.) as well as chemical adhesives and sealants that are used in surgery affect the ovarian tissue and damage the ovarian reserve in women of reproductive age to a different extent depending on various pathophysiological mechanisms [1-4].

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