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  • Non-oral combined hormonal contraceptives and thromboembolism: a systematic review. [Journal Article]
  • CContraception 2016 Oct 19
  • Tepper NK, Dragoman MV, … Curtis KM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Limited Level II-2 good to fair evidence demonstrated conflicting results on whether women using the patch or the ring have a higher risk of VTE than women using COCs. Evidence did not demonstrate an increased risk of ATE among women using the patch. Overall, any potential elevated risk likely represents a small number of events on a population level. Additional studies with standard methodology are needed to further clarify any associations and better understand mechanisms of hormone-induced thrombosis among users of non-oral combined hormonal contraception.
  • Impact of combined hormonal contraceptives on vessels functionality. [Journal Article]
  • AGArch Gynecol Obstet 2016; 294(6):1317-1322
  • Rabiolo A, Corvi F, … Bandello F
  • CONCLUSIONS: CHC may affect vessel reactivity to flicker light by increasing arteries constriction. This may reflect systemic changes in vascular functionality in subjects using CHC. Moreover, CHC should be considered as a confounding bias in studies involving DVA.
  • Oxidative Stress in Female Athletes Using Combined Oral Contraceptives. [Journal Article]
  • SMSports Med Open 2016; 2(1):40
  • Cauci S, Buligan C, … Francescato MP
  • CONCLUSIONS: The markedly elevated oxidative stress we revealed in OC-user athletes could be detrimental to physical activity and elevate cardiovascular risk (as thromboembolism). Further research is needed to extend our results, to clarify the biochemical pathways leading to increased hydroperoxides (mainly lipid peroxides) and reduced antioxidant defense, and to elucidate the potential effects on athletic performance. OC use should be considered when developing gender-focused strategies against oxidative stress.
  • Stress fractures: concepts and therapeutics. [Journal Article]
  • JCJ Clin Endocrinol Metab 2016 Oct 12; :jc20162720
  • Moreira CA, Bilezikian JP
  • Stress fractures are repetitive use injuries in which recurrent strains lead to material fatigue and microarchitectural discontinuities. Stress fractures account for up to 20% of athletic injuries, m...
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