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
Testing For Hereditary Diseases: Genetic Compatibility Test (GCT)
With only one blood test, the genetic compatibility test allows us to know if both members of the couple are carriers of the same mutation and, therefore, if there is a risk of having a child affected by the genetic disease. Read more
Fertile Chip in IVF: How does It Work and When Is it Indicated?
The Fertile Chip is a modern and innovative device that allows selecting the spermatozoa with the lowest percentage of fragmentation in the double stranded DNA of the spermatozoa. This complementary technique offers numerous advantages for assisted reproduction, in addition to reducing the rate of miscarriage. Read more
Repeated Implantation Failure - Reasons Why Embryos Don't Implant
Repeated or recurrent implantation failure (RIF) is detected when good quality embryos fail to implant after several cycles of In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). The causes of RIF can be due to maternal, embryonic, or systemic factors. Learn about the signs and treatments for RIF here. Read more
Endometrial Receptivity Array (ERA): Procedure and Success Rates
The ERA (Endometrial Receptivity Array) is a molecular diagnostic method that allows studying the expression of a set of genes closely related to the state of the endometrium and its receptivity, in order to determine the days of the implantation window. Read more