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CVRCover
CVRCover (postal stationery)
CVRCockpit Voice Recorder
CVRConcealed Vertical Rod
CVRCombat Vehicle Recconaissance (armored fighting vehicles; various locations)
CVRChange Verification Record
CVRConfiguration Verification Review
CVRCircuit Validation Response
CVRContraceptive Vaginal Ring (drug delivery device)
CVRCPAM (Congenital Pulmonary Airway Malformation) Volume Ratio (cardiology)
CVRComputerized Vehicle Registration
CVRConversion Rate
CVRCultivar
CVRContingent Value Right (stock)
CVRCentre for Vision Research (York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
CVRCertified Verbatim Reporter
CVRCentral Valley Reefers
CVRCommunauté de Communes du Vendômois Rural (French: Community of Municipalities of Rural Vendôme; Vendôme, France)
CVRCentral Business Register (Denmark)
CVRConservation Voltage Reduction (power industry)
CVRCircuits Voyages Renaux (French travel agency)
CVRCardiac Valve Regurgitation
CVRClaye Véhicule Rétro (French automobile club)
CVRCardiovascular Recovery
CVRCost Value Reconciliation
CVRCompagnie Vinicole des Rivesaltes (French winery)
CVRContinuously Variable Regulator
CVRControlled Ventricular Response
CVRCell Delay Variation
CVRConservation Voltage Regulation (energy conservation)
CVRContent Validity Ratio (Statistical analysis)
CVRCode de la Voirie Routière (French: Code of Road Traffic)
CVRChemical Vapor Reaction
CVRCenter Vertical Restraint
CVRContributor Value Rating (sports statistic)
CVRCurrent Viewing Resistor
CVRCrystal Video Receiver
CVRCentralized Voter Registration
CVRChapter-Verse Reference
CVRChange Verification Record (NASA)
CVRComputer Voice Response
CVRClassified Visit Request
CVRConverted Rights
CVRCentrale Virksomheds Registrering (number)
CVRCost, Value and Risk
CVRCost Variance Report
CVRCredential Verification Review (New York State Office of the Medicaid Inspector General)
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[USA] Apr 27 (ANI): Researchers have developed Annovera, a highly effective contraceptive vaginal ring, which has a self-inserted system and can be used for an entire year.
Dare Bioscience announced the initiation of its post-coital test clinical trial for its lead product candidate Ovaprene, a monthly non-hormonal contraceptive vaginal ring. This clinical trial is designed to assess general safety, acceptability, and effectiveness in preventing progressively motile sperm from reaching the cervical canal following intercourse.
Following the US FDA approval, the contraceptive vaginal ring would be the first contraceptive option that provides a full year of protection against unintended pregnancy while fully under a woman's control.
She used a contraceptive vaginal ring for three months prior and Provera for 2 days prior to presentation for persistent vaginal bleeding.
** Most effective = sterilization, intrauterine device, contraceptive implant; moderately effective = injectable contraceptive, oral contraceptive, contraceptive patch, or contraceptive vaginal ring.
A study by the Population Council and partners has found that use of the Council's investigational one-year reusable contraceptive vaginal ring (CVR) does not increase the risk of vaginal infections or disrupt the balance of microbes in the vagina when it is used for up to 13 cycles.
Efficacy, tolerability and acceptability of a novel contraceptive vaginal ring releasing etonogestrel and ethinyl ostradiol.
Contraceptive vaginal ring: The vaginal ring (NuvaRing, Merck) has efficacy and side effects that are similar to those of the COCs, since it releases a combination of estrogen and progestin.
For these reasons, a longer lasting contraception that may be administered in the office setting, such as the combined hormonal contraceptive vaginal ring, may be more optimal for the young egg donor population as it may take several months to prepare for and coordinate donor and recipient treatment cycles.
Because the serum progestin level provided with these methods is extremely low, adding a low-dose combined oral contraceptive, contraceptive patch, or contraceptive vaginal ring is not that different than using any of the combined hormonal contraceptives.