Technique Could Preserve Fertility for Wounded Soldiers: TUESDAY.

Technique Could Preserve Fertility for Wounded Soldiers: – TUESDAY, Oct. 20, 2015 – – Soldiers who suffer lower-body accidental injuries on the battlefield may benefit from a technique to preserve their fertility, a small study suggests . The amount of soldiers with lower-body wounds caused by improvised explosive products has been increasing, the researchers said. Such blasts may bring about ejaculatory duct obstructions that result in the inability to ejaculate. Dr. Mae Wu co-workers and Healy from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Md., recommended that seminal vesicle sperm aspiration, or SVSA, may help these wounded soldiers retain the ability to have children.

In each study, patients in the placebo group who did not meet the requirements for a reduction of 75 percent or more in the baseline PASI rating at week 12 underwent randomization again in a 1:1 ratio to get secukinumab at a dose of either 300 mg or 150 mg ; those who met the requirements for PASI 75 at week 12 continued to get placebo. The efficacy data for the individuals who underwent randomization twice aren’t reported here. Assessments Efficacy assessments were conducted throughout each study, with key assessments by the end of the induction period before the week-12 dosage was administered and by the end of the maintenance period at week 52 .