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  • 1.  
  • 2. By Mounir REGRAGUI and Clément TOCHE
  • 3. Summary
    • Technical review
    • Contraception and Protection
    • Effects on society 
    • Conclusion
  • 4. Technical review
    • The first condoms
      • Where they used by ancient civilizations?
      • First identified condom : Lamb intestines condom, 15th century, Asia
      • G. Fallopio fights syphillis with a linen sheat, 16th century, Italy
      • Charles Goodyear introduces the first rubber condom, 1855 
  • 5. Technical review
    • The modern condoms
      • Latex or polyurethane rubber
      • Main priority => Resistance & Avoid Allergy
      • Lubricated 
      • Spermicidal
  • 6. Technical review
    • Exotic condoms - Flavored condom 
  • 7. Technical review
    • Exotic condoms - Shaped condom  
  • 8. Technical review
    • Exotic condoms - Vibrating condom  
  • 9. Technical review
    • Exotic condoms - Female condom  
  • 10. Technical review
    • Exotic condoms - A revolutionary condom ...  
  • 11. Technical review
    • Exotic condoms - Spray on condom  
  • 12. Technical review
    • Condom uses
      • Every sexual intercourse
      • Single use
      • Chemical lubricant to improve experience
  • 13. Technical review
    • Condom uses - anti-rape condom 
  • 14.
    • Findings on contraception & protection
      • Condoms for birth control 
    Contraception and Protection
  • 15.
    • Findings on contraception & protection
      • Condoms for protection - STD 
    Contraception and Protection
  • 16. Contraception and Protection
    • Constraints - Deployment / Establishment
      • Western countries 
        • Vending machines 
        • Pharmacies  
        • Supermarkets 
        • Schools 
      • Avoiding risks
        • Strict using
        • Accompanied by information  
  • 17. Contraception and Protection
    • Constraints - Deployment / Establishment
      • Poor and developing countries 
        • Difficult to grant condom access to people
          • The price
          • Storage conditions
          • Scattered people
  • 18.
    • Results
      • In perfect use
        • Risk of 3%
      • In typical use
        • 13-17% of risk
      • HIV doesn’t pass through
        • Thailand sample between 1994 and 1997
          • 410,406 to 27,362 infection cases
    Contraception and Protection
  • 19.
    • Results – African continent
      • 7.4% (25.4M) of people - 0 and 49 year old
      • 88% of infected people die
      • Economic and social influence
        • Each 5 years more => 0.5% of  economic growth earned
    Contraception and Protection
  • 20. Contraception and Protection 
    • Reliability
      • Can prevent pregnancy between 85% and 988% of the time.
      • Condoms fail because:
        • They are not used properly
        • The condom is old or broken
        • The condom slips or breaks
        • 1 out of 50 chances that the barrier just does not work  
  • 21.
    • Positive effects
      • Helped the sexual liberation
      • Improved hygiene conditions  
    Effects on society 
  • 22. Effects on society 
    • Deployment reverse
      • Religion community
        • Condom Liberalization => Sexual Liberalization
      • Distribution
        • Without explanations => Opposite Effects
        • Belief protection => Causing Non Protected Sexual Acts
        • Increase STD’s infection rate ???
  • 23.
    • An ancient invention that evolved through time to become more effective
    • Best way to avoid std contamination
    • Best birth control method
    • Had many positive effects on society
    • Disapproved by some people  
    Conclusion
  • 24. And don’t forget to protect yourself !
  • 25. Do you have any questions ?