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Implantable contraceptive device

Summary Information: Implantable contraceptive device

Implantable contraceptive device: An implantable contraceptive device is a small slender stick-shaped device that is placed just under the skin of the inside upper arm, where it releases progestin and prevents contraception.

Diseases Related To Medical Device: Implantable contraceptive device

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Other Names For Implantable contraceptive device

  • Implanon®

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