How are embryos classified according to their day of development?
In in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments, it is essential to classify the embryos according to their quality in order to decide which ones to transfer to the uterus, which ones to freeze, and which ones are discarded. Depending on the day of embryo development, the classification will be different. Read more
Does ovarian stimulation influence embryo quality?
Ovarian stimulation could be an external factor that conditions embryo quality. Several studies have been carried out on this subject, but no conclusive results have been obtained in favor of gentle or conventional ovarian stimulation protocols. Read more
What Does Assisted Hatching (AHA) Mean in IVF?
Assisted hatching is a technique used to make it easier for the embryo to break through its protein-rich coat, the zona pellucida (ZP). The aim is to enable implantation and, therefore, increase the chances for pregnancy in some particular cases. Read more
What Are the Benefits of the Geri Time-Lapse Incubator in IVF?
The Geri is a state-of-the-art incubator consisting of 6 compartments, each with a high resolution camera that allows images of the embryonic development to be captured every 5 minutes. This incubation system increases the pregnancy rate and reduces the probability of multiple pregnancies. Read more
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