dual protection

dual protection

In obstetrics and reproductive health, a method of contraception, e.g., the use of condoms, that also provides some protection against sexually transmitted diseases.
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AUSTIN, Texas -- Intego, the Macintosh security specialist, today released two security packs from its new Dual Protection (DP) line to help Mac users protect both Mac OS X and their Windows installation.
The ear-plugs for the IS-SDP are hard wired to the headset allowing for dual protection, and communications to be directly understood by the operator.
In addition, S3 is highlighted by a 4in LED display, dual protection systems and intelligent Bluetooth connection.
Submersible pumps are placed in tanks and are equipped with triple filtration and dual protection against fuel spillage ensuring a high degree of fire safety and meeting international environmental standards.
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The investigators endorse ongoing efforts to understand fertility desires and behaviors, increase use of dual protection and reduce unintended pregnancies among high-risk couples.
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The company also launched Norton Internet Security for Mac Dual Protection, securing Mac users running Boot Camp or other Windows virtualisation software, which allows users to run both Mac OS X Leopard and Windows operating systems.
Two pregnancies occurred in women taking mifepristone who were also using condoms for dual protection.
study, however, found that condom use remained consistent among women using condoms and another method simultaneously for dual protection against both infection and pregnancy.
Appendix 1 provides a brief guide to conducting a clinical sexual health risk assessment with adolescent patients and clients that recognizes this diversity and emphasizes the importance of dual protection against unintended pregnancy and STI.
Family planning providers' perspectives on dual protection, Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 2003, 35(2):71-78.