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  • Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection in Frozen thawed oocytes

    ICSI, Frozen thawed oocyte Since its advent in 1992, ICSI has become used routinely in the vast majority of IVF units and has been found to be a safe and effective means of treating male factor infertility. ICSI has proven to a powerful tool in overcoming severe male factor cases which, prior to ICSI, treated [...]


Study Between Conventional and Benchtop Incubators

Reasons behind liking towards Benchtops ( with gas mixers ) 1. Its recovery time is fast. 2. You can adjust the gas concentrations according to your need ( what you can not do with simple warmer like benchtops). 3.Its a direct heat transfer technology,so regaining the temperature is fast. 4. Upper lid is also warmed and slightly higher than the base ( so evaporation is is less hence change in osmolality of media in long term culture will be less,( hence no need of waterbody, maybe similar to embryoscope,which I don’t have. 5. Multiple individual chambers for each patient ( we can keep them exclusively for one patient). 6. Occupies less space in lab. We get hatching blasts in my Benchtop, we get pregnancies too,but compared to blast transfers of both system, conventional gave better pregnancy rates . Questions is :Can we improve it more or similar to conventional,. We are doing this study from pre-equilibration to day5 with sibling oocytes in both systems, with same gas concentrations ( CO2 concentration is set according to the pH measured in conventional one). I am trying to get ideas from my fellow IVF professionals and embryomailers ( in other forum). I recieved a beautiful paper on various incubation system ,(but still less with benchtops with gas mixers), which I can share on request.

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