University of Sheffield
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Gynecology, Infertility, Pregnancy, Semen and Andrology. Ian D. Cooke combines subjects such as Ovulation, Fertility, Surgery, Blood sampling and Ovarian drilling with his study of Gynecology. His Infertility research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Microsurgery and Live birth.
His Pregnancy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Prospective cohort study and Obstetrics. As a member of one scientific family, Ian D. Cooke mostly works in the field of Prospective cohort study, focusing on Luteal phase and, on occasion, Luteinizing hormone. His Semen research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sperm, Semen analysis, Female partner and Clinical value.
His primary scientific interests are in Gynecology, Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Andrology and Infertility. Ian D. Cooke has researched Gynecology in several fields, including Ovulation, Pregnancy, Artificial insemination, Fertility and Obstetrics. His work deals with themes such as Fallopian tube and Human fertilization, which intersect with Andrology.
His research investigates the connection between Infertility and topics such as Endometriosis that intersect with problems in Laparoscopy. His Sperm research focuses on Semen and how it connects with Semen analysis and Immunology. Ian D. Cooke studied Luteal phase and Endometrium that intersect with Uterus and Physiology.
His primary areas of investigation include Gynecology, Pregnancy, Fertility, Obstetrics and Infertility. His Gynecology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Free androgen index, Diathermy, Male infertility, Ovarian drilling and Menstrual cycle. His research in Pregnancy intersects with topics in Hormone and Prospective cohort study.
His work carried out in the field of Fertility brings together such families of science as Demography, Semen and Public health. The Obstetrics study combines topics in areas such as Laparoscopy and Retrospective cohort study. The concepts of his Infertility study are interwoven with issues in MEDLINE, Immunology, Family medicine, Alternative medicine and Reproductive medicine.
His main research concerns Gynecology, Pregnancy, Ovary, Obstetrics and Laparoscopy. Ian D. Cooke performs multidisciplinary study in Gynecology and Kappa in his work. His study in Pregnancy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Hormone and Incidence.
His Obstetrics study incorporates themes from Hysterosalpingography, Uterine septum, Infertility and Psychological intervention. His Laparoscopy research integrates issues from Miscarriage, Metroplasty, Hysteroscopy and Retrospective cohort study. His studies deal with areas such as Menstrual cycle and Luteinizing hormone as well as Ovulation.
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The International Glossary on Infertility and Fertility Care, 2017
Fernando Zegers-Hochschild;G. David Adamson;Silke Dyer;Catherine Racowsky.
Human Reproduction (2017)
The septate uterus: a review of management and reproductive outcome
Hayden A Homer;Tin-Chiu Li;Ian D Cooke.
Fertility and Sterility (2000)
Infertility and the provision of infertility medical services in developing countries
Willem Ombelet;Ian Cooke;Silke Dyer;Gamal Serour.
Human Reproduction Update (2008)
Peritoneal healing and adhesion formation/reformation
Y. C. Cheong;S. M. Laird;T. C. Li;J. B. Shelton.
Human Reproduction Update (2001)
A double-blind randomized placebo cross-over controlled trial using the antioxidant vitamin E to treat reactive oxygen species associated male infertility*†
Efrossini Kessopoulou;Hillary J. Powers;Khawam K. Sharma;Michael J. Pearson.
Fertility and Sterility (1995)
The role of T-helper cytokines in human reproduction
Kelvin J.H Lim;Olusegun A Odukoya;Ramzi A Ajjan;Tin-Chiu Li.
Fertility and Sterility (2000)
The effect of age on the cyclical patterns of plasma LH, FSH, oestradiol and progesterone in women with regular menstrual cycles
S.J. Lee;E.A. Lenton;L. Sexton;I.D. Cooke.
Human Reproduction (1988)
An assessment of continuous fetal heart rate monitoring in labor. A randomized trial.
Ian M. Kelso;R.John Parsons;Gordon F. Lawrence;Shyam S. Arora.
American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (1978)
Origin of reactive oxygen species in human semen: spermatozoa or leucocytes?
E. Kessopoulou;M. J. Tomlinson;C. L. R. Barratt;A. E. Bolton.
Prospective study of leukocytes and leukocyte subpopulations in semen suggests they are not a cause of male infertility
Mathew James Tomlinson;Christopher Lowther Robert Barratt;Ian Douglas Cooke.
Fertility and Sterility (1994)
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