Embryo / Semen Selection

Sperm Separation, IMSI MSOME, FAMSI, Embryoscope

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Sperm separation

This procedure is recommended for patients with an increase amount of sperm cells with damaged or fragmented-DNA. A high percentage of sperm with DNA damage may result in a reduced ability to fertilize the egg cell, both “in a natural way” and with the use of assisted reproductive techniques. It may also increase the rate of abnormal divisions in the early stages of embryonic development, the risk of aneuploidy (an abnormal number of chromosomes) and the cause of early pregnancy loss. Sperm separation procedure increases the chance of selecting only those sperm cells with no or little DNA damage.


IMSI MSOME (Intracytoplasmic Morphologically Selected Sperm Injection with Motile Sperm Organelle Morphology Examination)

This procedure is based on the administration of a sperm cell to an egg after detailed morphology assessment. Sperm morphology examination is carried out with the use of modern microscopic equipment. Sperm before being administered to the egg is evaluated in detail in terms of number, quality and distribution of vacuoles on its surface, and its shape, which allows our clinic to select the best ones in terms of visual evaluation of sperm. The procedure is recommended for patients who have been diagnosed with teratozoospermia, abnormal sperm morphology in semen test using HOS test and MSOME techniques. IMSI-MSOME technique compared to the standard ICSI technique significantly reduces the miscarriage rate in this group of patients, however, does not exclude the risk of the presence of aneuploidy in sperm.


FAMSI (Functional fine, Acrosome activated, Morphologically Selected Sperm Injection)

This technique allows you to administer a sperm cell to an egg after detailed morphology examination (such as IMSI MSOME technology) and also assessed for the risk of DNA fragmentation presence. This technique helps to reduce the risk of selecting sperm with aneuploidies. The procedure is recommended for patients who have been diagnosed with teratozoospermia, abnormal sperm morphology in semen test using HOS test and MSOME techniques as well as abnormal sperm DNA fragmentation test results.


Optimise Embryo Selection
Embryoscope

The EmbryoScope is a special incubator that has a built-in camera, capable of taking pictures of your embryo several times an hour. These pictures are then combined to create a time-lapse video showing the embryo's development at every vital stage, for the embryology team to assess prior to embryo transfer.


 

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